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Dog Areas in Niagara Falls

16 Parks
6 Trails
5 Shops
11 Eateries
8 Groomers

Niagara Falls in New York is a city that’s always attracted attention. The town is named after the famous three-sided waterfall that spans the border to Canada. This natural wonder amazes and delights continuously. Niagara Falls has grown into a tourist destination that combines pure natural wonder with perks and amenities that don’t leave out man’s best friend! There are five vets and two animal hospitals in Niagara Falls, so help is always just around the corner.

Obviously, you can’t come to Niagara Falls and not see Niagara Falls State Park. Bringing your dog can be tricky; while dogs are welcome inside the park, there are some attractions like the gift shop, restaurants, and boats that they cannot go inside. If you’re traveling with the group, just taking turns will let you explore all this park has to offer! If you just want to go and watch the falls, your dog can be with you every step of the way.

Niagara Falls has many pet friendly hotels to choose from! Sleep in at the Sheraton At The Falls, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Niagara Falls, or Quality Hotel & Suites at the Falls for pet-friendly rooms with low or no pet fees!

Niagara Falls, New York is the pawfect spot for fun, dining, and dog-friendly adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Niagara Falls

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    Population Density 7,723/sq mi

    #1 East Hyde Park

    Hyde Park is the attraction that the neighborhood takes its name from. It has the distinction of being the largest park in New York State outside of Manhattan, and is a pawfect place to explore with your dog! The park is made up of interconnected areas, so there’s always something new to discover. Stay on the move and you’ll cover a lot of ground, and tire your dog out for a good night’s sleep, without ever seeing the same thing twice! Some of the most beloved areas include the rose garden and extensive tennis courts. Social dogs will love the crowds, and there’s enough room for shy dogs to have space!
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    Population Density 2,987/sq mi

    #2 DeVeaux


    The De Veaux Woods State Park gives the neighborhood its name. It also dominates much of the space! This 51-acre state park welcomes dogs as long as you follow some basic rules. Dogs have to stay on leash and on the path at all times. Clean up after your pet and be willing to share the road; the park is pupular with dog walkers, joggers, and cyclists who want to observe old growth trees. It’s also immediately adjacent to the Whirlpool State Park. Follow the same rules here, and you can hike out to see the Niagara Whirlpool, a less well known, but nonetheless amazing natural attraction.

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    Population Density 1,345/sq mi

    #3 Cayuga Island

    Jayne Park in the Cayuga Island neighborhood is not an island paradise, but a great local park. It flies under the radar of most tourists, so it’s a great spot to hit when you want to get away from the crowds. It doesn’t have the raw natural wonder of the state parks, but it does have plenty of green space for on leash walks! Griffon Park is another place locals love. This park features two jungle gyms at opposite ends of the park, as well as a boat launch zone and a walking path with a great view of the canal.
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    Population Density 1,289/sq mi

    #4 Love Canal

    The Oppenheim County Park in Niagara Fall’s Love Canal neighborhood is a large park that’s as great for throwing a birthday bash as it is for dog walking. Leash up and explore this park which features sports fields, an extensive playground, and ample picnic space! Walk your dog under the cool shade of the trees and really enjoy your time out. Once you’ve perked up your appetite, try Papa Leo’s! This pizzeria has extensive outdoor seating during the summer months. It also has everything you associate with a classic Italian casual restaurant, from steaming hot pies to a variety of salads, soups, and hot apps.
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    Population Density 2,987/sq mi

    #5 Highland

    The Devil’s Hole State Park is a 42-acre park named after its vicious rapids. While you definitely don’t want to go in the water, just looking is highly recommended. This park draws some crowds, but there’s plenty of space to spread out and walk your dog. As long as your dog stays on leash and out of the water, the park is yours! Soliday’s Bar & Grill is a casual eatery that pairs their fried, classic American goodness with beers bottled, canned, and on tap. They have a pet friendly patio where you can dine outside. Their classic dish is chicken wings, but everyone can find something to love among their sandwiches, salads, wraps, and apps.
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