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Dog Areas in Saint Albans, NY

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Saint Albans is a popular residential neighborhood inside the New York City borough of Queens. You will often find pups and their parent walking through the neighborhoods admiring the historical homes and murals of famous Jazz performers from the past. Keeping your pup healthy is important, and there is one veterinarian clinic in St Albans – Merrick Blvd Animal Hospital. The clinic offers both routine and emergency services to make sure Fido is happy and up-to-date on all his shots. 

When pups need some exercise, they usually head over to the Roy Wilkins Park which is known for its cultural history. There is a 4-acre vegetable garden where local families can grow produce. During the warm weather, you will also see people playing basketball and tennis while walking your pooch around the paths or relaxing on a bench watching all the activities and enjoying the weather.

 If you are looking for a place to stay in the area, La Quinta Inn and Suites is pet-friendly. Two pups of any size are welcome in any room, just be sure to include your pooch on the reservation. 

Living in St. Albans is great for families and their pups with local dog-friendly destinations, and its close proximity to the muttropolis of New York City.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saint Albans, NY

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    Population Density 433/sq mi

    #1 St. Albans


    Situated in the center of town along Merrick Blvd, the St. Albans Memorial Park offers a bit of history as well as a great place to walk Fido. You can let your pup chase a ball in the large grassy area, or relax on a bench and watch a game on the neighborhood baseball field. Stroll to the other side of the park and let the kids play a game of basketball. or walk laps around the playground while the kids swing. Puppy parents also enjoy the fitness equipment scattered throughout the park, giving both pooch and parents more ways to stay healthy. 

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    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #2 South Jamaica


    When your pup needs a day of fresh air and a good walk, plan to spend time at the Baisley Pond Park. You will see other pups and their parents out strolling through the gardens, watching a tennis match from one of the shaded benches, or trying a game of cricket with friends. There are designated off-leash areas between 119th and 123rd Avenues and Lakeview Lane where your pup can run and play. You may also want to pack a picnic and enjoy the shade trees with the family, but make sure to bring your own clean up bags. 

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    Population Density 620/sq mi

    #3 Rochdale


    Railroad Park gets its name from the Long Island Railroad whose tracks create the boundary of the southern portion of this triangle-shaped park. Walk the paths here for a furtastic stroll. There are plenty of trees where you and the pooch can find some shade, but you will need to bring your own water bottles and doggie poop bags. Your pup can run around and chase a ball while you relax on a blanket and take advantage of the free Wi-Fi in the area. Rest for the night at the Garden Inn and Suites

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 202/sq mi

    #4 Fresh Meadows


    Just three miles from St. Albans in the Fresh Meadows neighborhood of Queens, the Cunningham Park Dog Run inside the Cunningham Park is a great destination for you and your pup. The off-leash dog park is an open space that is surrounded by a fence and features plenty of grass. Puppy parents often meet up with friends and chat while the pups socialize and chase each other around the park. Outside the dog park, Cunningham Park also features a hiking trail where both you and your pooch can stretch your legs and get some exercise. If you are looking for a great meal nearby, stop by Greek Family Restaurant where the friendly staff will treat your pup like part of the family. 

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    Population Density 481/sq mi

    #5 Woodhaven


    Traveling just 20 minutes west of St. Albans to this Queens neighborhood, you can take Fido to this large off-leash Forest Park Dog Run. There are separate areas for large and small pups, and the area is well maintained. Your pooch can run around and sniff the grass, or have a furtastic time chasing a ball or frisbee. Pup parents can relax on one of the shaded benches and you can refill Fido’s water bowl at the fountain. The park even provides doggie waste bags to help keep the area clean. For a great meal after spending time at the park, head over to Austin’s Ale House and hang out with your friends and their pups. You can relax on the outdoor patio and socialize while Fido rests and enjoys a cool bowl of water. 

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