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Dog Areas in Queensbury

9 Parks
1 Trail
6 Eateries

If you live in Queensbury, you know how many great things there are to do with dogs here! This New York town has nine parks that welcome dogs, and it also has numerous dog-friendly restaurants. If your dog needs a check-up, Queensbury has five clinics to choose from. 

Rush Pond Trail is a great place in Queensbury to go for a long stroll with your pup. Dogs are welcome on-leash on this scenic 2.6-mile trail, which includes three beautiful hand-constructed bridges. The trail also offers stunning views of a peaceful stream and wetlands. Bring water and doggie bags, and have a pawesome time hiking on this trail with your pup.

If you’re looking for another great hiking spot in Queensbury, check out the Meadowbrook Preserve. Dogs are welcome on-leash in this 54-acre preserve, which has a 1.75-mile trail system that’s perfect for hikes with your pup. This loop trail takes you through a peaceful meadow and dense forests. If you want to learn more about the area while you’re hiking, there are 12 informational signs throughout the trail.

Queensbury is filled with beautiful parks and restaurants that welcome furry friends. When you’re in Queensbury, you’ll never need to worry about running out of things to do with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Queensbury

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    Population Density 1,243/sq mi

    #1 Glen Falls North


    Glen Falls North is home to the pawesome Hovey Pond Park, where dogs are welcome on-leash. Here, you can take your pup for a walk around the peaceful Hovey Pond. There are also lovely gardens you can explore with your dog, as well as plenty of benches where you can sit and enjoy the view of the pond and the meadows around it. Bring water and doggie bags, and enjoy your leisurely stroll here. If you’re hungry after your walk in the park, head over to O’Toole’s Restaurant and Grill. Grab one of their nine dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy classic Irish corned beef, burgers, sandwiches, wings, and more. 

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    Population Density 296/sq mi

    #2 Hudson Pointe Blvd


    If you’re looking for another place to go for a walk with your pup, head over to Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve. This 82-acre nature preserve welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has more two miles of marked trails you can explore. If you want to do a loop around the whole preserve, take the mile-long green trail. This trail goes along the Hudson River, providing stunning views the whole way through. If you’d rather do a shorter walk, try the .4-mile blue trail, which goes through the forest and passes by Clendon Brook. Your pup will have a great time sniffing all the trees and seeing all the sights in this preserve.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 33/sq mi

    #3 Transfer Road


    Looking for a spot where your pup can play off-leash? Head over to Lake George Dog Park, which is about six miles from Queensbury. Here, your dog can play in separate large and small dog areas. Both areas feature big grassy fields where your pup can frolic to their heart’s content. There's also a fun yellow tunnel for them to run through! If your dog gets thirsty, water fountains are available, but you'll need to bring your own doggie waste bags. Bring a tennis ball or a Frisbee, and enjoy spending the day in the park with your furry best friend. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,433/sq mi

    #4 Beach Road


    Does your dog love splashing around in the water? Take them over to Lake George Dog Beach, which is just six miles from Queensbury. Here, your dog can swim and play in the beautiful Lake George and do a little digging in the sand. If your dog gets thirsty while they’re enjoying the beach, fresh drinking water is available. After your pup is finished playing at the beach, continue your fun day out with lunch at King Neptune’s Lounge. This classic pub offers dog-friendly outdoor seating that overlooks Lake George. As you admire the view, you can dine on burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, and more. 

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    Population Density 5,982/sq mi

    #5 Broadway


    Want to take a doggie day trip? Head to Saratoga Springs’ Broadway neighborhood, home to Congress Park, the pawfect place to take your (leashed) dog for a walk. This park is 24 miles from Queensbury, and it has fountains, gardens, and ponds. You can see all these beautiful sights and more on the park’s flat and paved walking paths. If your dog is a good boy at the park, get them a treat at Sloppy Kisses! This pet boutique sells peanut butter dog treats that are baked on-site, as well as toys and apparel. Your pooch will pawsitively love shopping here!

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