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Dog Areas in Selkirk

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Feeling like getting out of the house with your pup? Then you need a relaxing trip to the quaint hamlet of Selkirk, located in the town of Bethlehem in Albany County. Despite being a small suburb, Selkirk has pawsitively some of the best outdoor activities in the county to enjoy with your hound. The Bethlehem Veterinary Hospital in Glenmont is just nearby to ensure your pup stays in good health. 


Take a pawse at the wonfurful Moh-He-Con-Nuck Nature Preserve in Selkirk. Discover what it means to have a doggone good time on the 53+ acre grounds of the Nature Preserve by hiking the scenic network of walking trails with Fido by your side. The name Moh-He-Con-Nuck originates from the Mohican Indian occupation and means "people of waters that are never still." The Nature Preserve is a carry-in, carry-out park, so make sure any Fido droppings and trash are taken with you when you leave. A trail map for the Preserve is available online.

The Henry Hudson River Park is another wooftacular outdoor destination in Selkirk to take your pup that offers a remote and picturesque riverside walking path, great playgrounds, clean facilities, small ballparks, and a clear view of the great Hudson River. It's just minutes from central Selkirk and only 8 miles from downtown Albany!

Selkirk is a sweet little hamlet that many local New Yorkers don't know about, but once they do, they keep coming back to enjoy the peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of crazy canine city life. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Selkirk

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    Population Density 243/sq mi

    #1 South Bethlehem

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    Head to the South Bethlehem neighborhood in South Bethlehem to enjoy the South Bethlehem Park. Pups are more than welcome to roam and play on-leash at this park with their owners at the numerous multi-use sports facilities, clean playground, and pup-friendly picnic area. Located right on the shores of the babbling Onesquethaw Creek, the South Bethlehem Park offers pooches and their humans a scenic walking trail surrounded by nature's best. The park is open from dawn til dusk, so whether you're an early bird or a night owl, the park is always open to visit with your exploring pooch.
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    Population Density 102/sq mi

    #2 Schodack Landing

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    Looking to spend some time in the wilderness with your pup? Search no more, the Schodack Island State Park is the place to go. Over 1,000 acres of preserved wild land with puptastic wide hiking trails, dozens of canine-friendly campsites, and swimming oppawtunities galore, all await your visit with Fido. It makes a furrific family destination, as there are well-equipped playgrounds and BBQ grill/picnic areas, plus overnight camping. There's even a bird conservation area where you can observe the local wildlife in their natural habitat. With so many puptastic things to do, your pup will be muzzle over paws in love with the Schodack Island State Park!
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    Population Density 1,662/sq mi

    #3 East Greenbush

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    If you are looking for a dog-friendly accommodation while in Selkirk and the surrounding areas, then make the East Greenbush neighborhood in East Greenbrush your next pitstop. The America's Best Value Inn East Greenbrush welcomes up to two doggoes of any pawticular size to curl up next to their humans in one of the Inn's tastefully decorated rooms (a small fee per pup, per night is required at check-in). Nearby, the East Greenbrush Town Park is a pawpular little park that's best characterized as "off the beaten path!" Short and sweet trails for walking or running with Fido just add to the park's pawpularity among dog-owners. Remember to pick up after your pup.
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    Population Density 1,338/sq mi

    #4 Adams Station

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    Unleash Fido for the ruff stuff at the doggone furrific Bethlehem Dog Park at Elm Avenue Park, located in the Adams Station neighborhood in Delmar. This pawtastic pup-park is the pawfect place for pooches to get a woof of fresh air and make furiends at the same time! Fido will be overjoyed to play off-leash in this 1.3 acre fenced dog park with other barkin' canines. What's more, there are pawtastic shady benches for humans to socialize with other dog-owners. Pup owners are encouraged to visit the Town Clerk to retrieve permits for the park. You must do so to properly register your pooch's current vaccinations to ensure your canine is fit to play with other pups. Once you get the green light, the Bethlehem Dog Park is all yours to enjoy!
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    Population Density 5,201/sq mi

    #5 Olde Delmar

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    Wag into the Olde Delmar neigborhood in Delmar to dig into some pawsome eats with your pooch! Grab a pup-friendly seat on the outdoor courtyard at The Perfect Blend, where you can enjoy a frothy java or iced coffee. This espresso bar and cafe also offers drool-worthy muffins and scones. Oh my! Head back to Olde Delmar in the evening for a howlin' good time digging into pub grub at O'Slattery's Irish Restaurant and Pub. 'Feast yer eyes' on a plate of fish and chips or traditional Irish stew. Fido will love to scrape up the crumbs of the Irishman Burger out on the pup-friendly patio outside. Olde Delmar offers you and your pup quite the treat!
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