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Dog Areas in Port Chester

10 Parks
5 Shops
4 Eateries
6 Groomers
Port Chester is a small village in the county of Westchester. Originally the village was known as Saw Pits because the village was mainly used as a saw pit for logs being cut in the area. Port Chester is also home to six veterinarians that you and Fido can check out for a health check-up.

If You want to take your pup for a fun day out, head over to the Garibaldi Park which offers tons of amenities like tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, restrooms, and a great grass area for fetch. After a pawsome time at the park, you and Fido can stop by one of the many eateries that welcome your dog to join you for a bite to eat. Head into Sonora which serves up creative Nuevo Latino food. If Latin food isn't your favorite, there are plenty more restaurants to choose from.

Though Port Chester doesn't offer any pet friendly hotels of its own, its just down the road from New York which has two great hotels you and Fido can get a good night's rest in. Check into Affinia Gardens or Bentley Hotel and cuddle up with Fido before you two continue your adventure.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Port Chester

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 15,683/sq mi

    #1 Purdy Ave/ Midland Ave

    Euro Asian Bistro is a great spot to stop in and grab some tasty food with Fido by your side. Serving fresh sushi and Asian fusion food, their menu includes foods like lemongrass hot and sour soup, Chinese glazed spear ribs, and basil mango fried rice. They have an outdoor patio which is 100% dog friendly and loves when your pup joins you for a good meal out. After a great meal head, over to Columbus Park and get a nice walk in. Columbus Park offers a huge open field that your dog will love to sniff, roll on, and play a pawsome game of fetch on.
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    Population Density 7,924/sq mi

    #2 Lyons Park


    Lyons park is a fantastic spot to take a walk in and breath in the fresh outdoor air. The park has a beautiful walking path around the park, and the huge open grass area on the inside. Lyons park is covered by lush trees to help provide shade for you and your pup, and offers a restroom. If you get hungry on your walk, then head over to Pasquale Ristorante II just down the road. This great restaurant serves old-world flavors and traditional Italian food. Their outdoor patio welcomes Fido to join you for your meal.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,814/sq mi

    #3 Rye

    Rye is less then two miles out of Port Chester and home to two great eateries that you and Fido can dine at together. Chicken Joe's dishes out high quality chicken meals, bec fries, and breakfast sandwiches for you and Fido to enjoy. If you're looking for something else, stop into Frankie and Johnnie's Steakhouse. This classy steakhouse offers elegant food that includes soup, salads, and pasta. Both these restaurants have dog-friendly patios for you and Fido to enjoy a meal at together. 
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,027/sq mi

    #4 Belle Haven

    Three miles out of Port Chester is Greenwich, home to the Grass Island Dog Park. This fenced in dog park is the perfect place to help keep Fido safe while he runs around off-leash and meets some new friends. The park has two separated areas, one for large dogs and one for small, plus they provide water for your dog. The 1/3 acre of land that the dog park sits on gives plenty of room for Fido to run about and release some energy. Locals warn that your dog can come home dirty if he rolls around since there is a lot of dirt covered areas.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 621/sq mi

    #5 West Harrison

    Grab your sneakers and furry friend, and head over to Harrison which is four miles out of Port Chester. Here you will find the Saxon Woods Park Trail. This dogtastic trail is 2.5-miles and will take about an hour to complete with Fido. If you're new to hiking, this trail is perfect for you since it is clearly marked. The hike will take you mainly through woodlands that offers a creek for Fido to jump in. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on a leash and cannot go in the picnic area.
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