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Dog Areas in Ridgewood, NY

10 Parks
3 Eateries
2 Groomers
Nestled in the boroughs of Queens, you'll find the quaint little neighborhood of Ridgewood. Although it may be small, Ridgewood likes to look after their furry companions and offers thirteen veterinarians that your dog can visit for a healthy checkup, making it a great spot for Fido to be.

If you and your dog love exploring then check out one of the many different parks in Ridgewood. Evergreen Park a fantastic spot to bring your pup for a nice walk and a good sniff adventure. The park is 3.32-acres of dogtasic fun, and offers a great walking path to take a lovely stroll, and a nice grass field that your pooch can roll around in. If you pooch gets a little dirty, the park even provides a spray shower.

While exploring the Ridgewood neighborhood, you and Fido could get a hankering for some food. Ridgewood has you covered with some pawtastic dog friendly restaurants. Check out Super Pollo, a casual Mexican and Latin American eatery with a great menu to choose from. They have an outdoor patio which is dog friendly and are happy to have your pup to people watch as you enjoy a great meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ridgewood, NY

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 48,652/sq mi

    #1 Greenpoint

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    If Fido is craving a little off-leash fun, then take him to the McGolrick Dog Park in Greenpoint which is only three miles away from Ridgewood. This pawsome dog park welcomes all dogs to come and have a great time while their owners look on. The park offers benches for dog parents to relax, and has plenty of shade to help keep your pup cool. The park has two separate areas, so if you have a smaller dog he can play with pups his own size. The park also provides clean-up bags, but has been known to run out, so be sure to bring some with you just in case. Also bring along some water, as the park does not offer it. After a fun day at the park, head over to Bar Matchless and grab some tasty food with Fido. They have a outdoor patio that welcomes Fido to join you while you get your grub on.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 147/sq mi

    #2 Glendale

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    Going on an adventure through a park can be a great way to bond and spend time with your dog. Highland Park in Glendale, which is less then ten minutes out of Ridgewood, is a fantastic park to take your furry companion to for a great walk and day out. Highland Park is a massive 101.28 acre park that is part wooded areas and part wetlands that your dog is going to love exploring. The park features a BBQ area, restrooms, handball courts and baseball fields, plus a walking path that circles around the parks' water basin. Make sure to bring water to drink and clean-up bags with you while you have a fun adventure.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 39,076/sq mi

    #3 Gerritsen Beach

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    If you and Fido fancy dipping your paws into some water then head into Brooklyn. Only five miles out of Ridgewood, this neighborhood offers the Gerritsen Avenue Dog Beach. This little beach is perfect to let your dog run around off leash and splash in the water. Locals say that it is a popular place and can get crowded on the weekends. They also warn about dead jellyfish that wash up on the shore, so keep an eye on Fido while he is frolicking in the water. This beach does not have any restroom or benches, so bring a chair, some water, and clean-up bags with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 89,667/sq mi

    #4 Korea Town

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    Korea Town in New York is a great neighborhood to visit with Fido and it is less then 10 miles out of Ridgewood. Korea Town is home to the Madison Square Park Dog Run, which offers water stations for your pup plus benches to sit on. The park is separated into sections for different sized pups, plus plenty of shade is provided by the lush trees that surround the run. After a good day at the park, head over to one of the many dog-friendly restaurants the two of you can grab a bite to eat at. A Voce, Upland, Luke's Lobster-Nomad, and Tre Stell are just a handful of the great places to sit down and eat at with your furry friend by your side.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 36,410/sq mi

    #5 World Trade Center

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    Six miles out of Ridgewood is the World Trade Center neighborhood which is home to the Sirius Dog Run. The dog run is gated and has a ton of obstacles that your dog can run through and play on. They also provide an awesome built in pool for doggies to swim around in, and if your dog is scared to jump into the water, they offer water sprouts so they can still have fun. The park is all asphalt, so no need to worry about mud or dirt. The park was named in tribute to a 9/11 search and rescue dog. 
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