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Dog Areas in North Tonawanda

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North Tonawanda is a city in Niagara County, New York with a population of more than 30,000 people. On the south end of the city is Tonawanda Creek, for which the city was named, but it is also known as The Lumber City, for being a major lumber transportation center until the 1970s. North Tonawanda doesn't have its own off-leash dog park, but the city does have a great parks system, and there are plenty of great places in town where you can walk with your dog on a leash. There are several dog parks in the surrounding cities and towns, so you'll never be far from an off-leash park.

North Tonawanda also has spots you can pop into for a bite to eat without leaving your dog at home. One such place is Ted's Hot Dogs. They serve charcoal-grilled hot dogs with all sorts of special add-ons and other treats. If you're a vegetarian, they also have options for you! Their outdoor tables are dog-friendly, but they don't offer table service, so your dog will have to remain outside while you go in to order. Once you've satisfied your appetite, it's time to head out and get to know all of the other dog-friendly spots around North Tonawanda.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Tonawanda

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    Population Density 2,288/sq mi

    #1 East Amherst

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    Just a 15-minute drive to Amherst, New York will get you to The Paw Park. Located in eastern Amherst, this off-leash dog park is a non-profit spot that was built and maintained entirely on donations. There is an area for dogs under 30 pounds and another section for bigger dogs. You'll also find seating and trees that provide shade in the park to keep you comfortable during your visit. Your dog will have a blast at this community park that has a reputation for being very welcoming to newcomers. You and your dog are sure to both make new friends when you visit The Paw Park!
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    Population Density 13,729/sq mi

    #2 LaSalle

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    Less than a 20-minute drive south from North Tonawanda will get you to Buffalo, New York and the Buffalo dog park at LaSalle Park. Located on Buffalo's waterfront, this public park is open year-round and includes amenities like sports fields, playgrounds, an amphitheater, and a meadow. The dog park has been a popular addition to the park, and people and their pets come from all over to enjoy the space and interact with other dogs and dog owners. There are big and small dog sections in the park, and the entire dog park is 70,000 square feet.
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    Population Density 1,354/sq mi

    #3 Southeast Lewiston

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    Lewiston, New York is located just above Niagara Falls, and it's just over a 20-minute drive from North Tonawanda. In the southeastern quadrant of the city, you'll find the Lewiston Dog Park, and it's sure to become a favorite as soon as you arrive! This off-leash park has two large sections for big and little dogs, and it overlooks the beautiful Niagara Gorge Walking Trail. There are water stations in the park, as well as seating, shade, waste disposal items, and tunnels and bridges in the dog park. The dog park is open 24 hours a day, but be advised that it isn't lighted.
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    Population Density 1,369/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Williamsville

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    Amherst State Park is located in both Amherst, New York and Williamsville. It only takes about 15 minutes to get to the park from North Tonawanda, and it's a lovely place to enjoy nature and walk with your dog. When you visit the park with your dog, they must be on a leash, but they'll still love exploring the park grounds with you. There are wooded areas, meadows, orchards, fishing facilities, bird-watching opportunities and other activities in the park as well. Several trails can be accessed from within the park, and your leashed dog is welcome to join you on these as well.
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    Population Density 963/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Clarence

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    In under half an hour, you can drive to Clarence, New York and access the Clarence Pathways in northwestern Clarence. These trails are part of a network that spans across America and was made from former railway lines that have since been converted into trails for recreational use. This portion of the trail is 16.7 miles and stretches from Clarence to Akron. The asphalt surface is ideal for walking, biking, and or inline skating, and it's also a popular spot with dog walkers. Your dog must remain on a leash at all times while on the trail as you explore the neighborhoods and parks it takes you through.
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