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Dog Areas in Oneida, NY

6 Parks
1 Trail
4 Shops
2 Eateries
5 Groomers
Oneida is one of many towns that flourished as new trade routes to the Great Lakes were developed. Today, Oneida is a charming small town with a big personality. Take your dog on a vacation that allows her to travel in style, or settle in permanently--Oneida is great either way! Despite being a smaller town, Oneida has its own full service veterinary hospital, so you don't even have to be far from medical help! 

Kick off your exploration of Oneida with a trip to the Mount Hope Park. This 64-acre park along with the Mount Hope Reservoir welcomes well-behaved, leashed dogs to explore its natural beauty. Go to the Mount Hope Reservoir Rim Trail Loop for a great, easy walk with your dog. At only 1.3 miles, this walk is great for all skill levels. Don't hold back! 

If you're craving a treat, Korner Kafe is a dog-friendly option for fueling up. They serve a variety of coffee drinks as well as casual, diner style breakfasts and lunches. From French toast and omelettes to hot and cold sandwiches and more, Korner Kafe has everything you need, including a dog-friendly outdoor patio! 

Oneida is a great destination for a dog-centric vacation or a woofderful life, so explore today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oneida, NY

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    Population Density 508/sq mi

    #1 Kenwood

    Kenwood is a bustling neighborhood in Oneida dedicated to the finer things in life. While your dog sadly can't enjoy the neighborhood golf clubs, he can enjoy a great dining experience at your side. The Marble Hill Inn is a casual bar and grill that turns pub food into all American art. Their chicken wings are local legend, but the food doesn't stop there. From fried clam baskets to fries and sauces, Marble Hill Inn turns out favorites. They also have a ten table outdoor patio where they welcome dogs! The patio is partially covered, but if you need to cool down they have a wide selection of drinks on tap.
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    Population Density 508/sq mi

    #2 Northside

    Veterans Memorial Park in Oneida's Northside neighborhood is the picture of a small town park. This place is designed to be used, so leashed dogs are welcome to join you! It comes complete with a baseball diamond, cookout stations by the picnic tables, and a basketball court. The park also features a monument to veterans, and is a great place to absorb some of Oneida's culture. Your dog probably doesn't care for sports, so keep the leash in hand while you explore the open green space! Walking laps around the park is an easy, if less exciting, way to get in your dog's daily walks.
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    Population Density 508/sq mi

    #3 West Oneida

    Sconondoa Playground is a large area in the residential West Oneida neighborhood. This playground is divided into three sections. The first is the basketball court. The second is a large play structure, with room to explore, climb, and have a blast. The third is the largest area featuring open grass. The fields may be used for playing sports, but the size means there's always a patch where you and your dog could curl up. Relax in the sun or take a bench in the shade; Sconondoa Playground is the right accommodations for every activity level. Dogs must be leashed in the park.
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    Population Density 508/sq mi

    #4 Southside

    Southside is a busy community with two great parks for you to enjoy! The first is Allen Park. This small, wooded park has room for a tennis court and a short path through the trees. That's it! This park is great for those days when your dog needs a walk and you just want to get it done and go on to the next thing. It's private, convenient, and no fuss! You can also explore neighboring Maxwell Field if you feel the need for sports! This area has two large baseball diamonds that attract a lot of games. Watch the crowds while walking your dog along the perimeter!
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    Population Density 508/sq mi

    #5 East Oneida

    Harmon Field in East Oneida is an open sports area. There are six full sized soccer fields here, so you know there's enough room to tire out your dog! Leashed dogs will love exploring the perimeter, where the tree line brings interesting smells and sounds right to their senses. You can also walk through any field not in use! This park can get very crowded on the weekends, so if your dog doesn't love crowds you may want to stick to weekdays. The park is also light on amenities, so be sure to bring a water bottle and a bowl to share it in!
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