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Dog Areas in Oswego, NY

7 Parks
2 Shops
3 Eateries
6 Groomers
Oswego is "The Port City" of Central New York. It's place on Lake Ontario makes it a destination for anyone hoping to get a comprehensive view of the region. Bring along your dog for a comprehensive sniff as well. Oswego is a dog-centric city, pawfect for furred friends. The three veterinarians that make Oswego their home clearly agree! 


Start your trip to Oswego right by heading to Cam's New York Pizzaria, where authentic classics and innovative house specials are served to dog-friendly outdoor tables. 


The Franklin Square is a gorgeous park in downtown Osewego that's open 24 hours a day. If you need an early morning or late night walk to stretch your legs, this park is the place to go. They keep the lights on all night, so you and your dog can explore any time. 

For more local culture, go to the Fort Ontario State Historical Site where the old fort has been preserved! While dogs can't go inside the buildings, there's plenty of educational interest and natural beauty to be found outside! 

For a dog-friendly night in Oswego, look no further than Knights Inn Oswego East. For a small pet fee, your pup can join you in comfort and relaxation. You'll need to chance to rest up before going to see what else Oswego has in store for you! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oswego, NY

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,348/sq mi

    #1 Fruit Valley

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    Rudy's Lakeside Drive-In is worth going out to the Fruit Valley neighborhood of Oswego. This restaurant is, in fact, right down by the water! You can watch the sun set over the lake from your table. The food focuses on a variety of American and diner classics, especially fried platters and fresh seafood. Despite the name, you don't have to stay in your car--Rudy's Lakeside Drive-In actually has a wide variety of pet-friendly outdoor seating! You can sample the famous fried mushroom caps appetizer while your dog dines on another pupular option--a bowl of ice water!
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    Population Density 2,343/sq mi

    #2 Fort Oswego

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    Brietbeck Park is a huge park right on the water in Oswego. This park is really something to bark about! While there is a playground, the emphasis is on green space. This openness is perfect for having a great time with your dog. Let the nose lead you from area to area, green meadow to path to picnic ground, all through this park. There's also a notable bell tower that makes an excellent photo op right near the center of the park. Dogs have to be on leash in Brietbeck Park, and remember to share the paths with joggers and cyclists.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,348/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Oswego

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    The Veterans Memorial Park is a small park tucked into the heart of downtown. It has something no other park in the are can beat, however: a dog park! There is a marked, fenced in area of Veterans Memorial Park that's just for dogs to romp and play off leash. It's mainly open space, so bring a toy or two. For many dogs, however, the opportunity to mingle is fun enough! Hungry? Swing by La Parrilla, a casual eatery that blends Spanish and Italian influences into delicious cuisine. Their pet friendly outdoor tables allow you to try this Oswego hot spot with your pup in tow.
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    Population Density 2,348/sq mi

    #4 Scriba

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    Scriba is a town and a neighborhood in the larger city of Oswego. Despite having its own Scriba fire department and Scriba Town Park, everything in this little burg has an Oswego address! Scriba Town Park is an excellent place to take your whole family. Their extensive playground is popular with kids. Adults will love the waterfront location and opportunity to grill out and enjoy some of the perks available to residential Oswego neighborhoods. Your dog? There's nothing here your pup won't love, from the green spaces to walking paths, to the sights, sounds, and smells of people! There's always something to do at Scriba Town Park.
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    Population Density 2,348/sq mi

    #5 North Oswego

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    Sunset Bay Park in North Oswego is a can't miss destination. The playground is small, but the walking paths are brilliant. The main trail sticks close to the water, because the bay off Lake Ontario is the main draw for this park. Your dog has to stay on leash, so no swimming for your pup, but it keeps the walk very interesting! You can also take some of the other paths that crisscross this park. In between there's a lot of open space. Bring lunch, or a good book, and relax when you've worked the energy out of your dog!
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