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Dog Areas in South Nyack

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More than 3,500 people live in the village of South Nyack in the town of Orangetown. South Nyack was incorporated in 1878, and to this day, there are several standing historical landmarks in town. These landmarks include the Nyack Ice House, which opened in 1881, Nyack College (1897), and Carson McCullers' house (1880). South Nyack connects to many big roads, so getting to nearby cities and towns is quick and convenient. In addition to all of the historical landmarks to explore in town, there are several recreational opportunities in and around South Nyack, and many of these activities are dog-friendly!

South Nyack's very own dog park is called the Elizabeth Street Dog Park, and it's located in southeastern South Nyack. This park is one large, fenced space, and dogs aren't separated by their weight, so be prepared for your Chihuahua to make friends with a Great Dane! There's running water and bowls for dogs at the park, as well as waste disposal supplies, shade, and seating areas. During the summer, there are often plastic pools set up where dogs can cool off and swim. This is just one of several dog-friendly activities in and around South Nyack that you and your dog will enjoy!

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    Population Density 4,574/sq mi

    #1 Brookdale

    The Brookdale Dog Park in Montclair, New Jersey is just 30 miles from South Nyack, and this spacious and modern dog park is sure to be a good time for you and your pooch! Located in the Brookdale neighborhood, the Brookdale Dog Park has separate small and large dog areas, as well as a variety of agility equipment. This 1.2-acre dog park has double gated entryways, running water and bowls, waste disposal supplies, and plenty of seating for pet parents. Brookdale Park surrounds the dog park, which offers other park activities you can enjoy, including archery, walking trails, sports fields, gardens, and so much more.
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    Population Density 1,027/sq mi

    #2 Belle Haven

    There's an area of southern Greenwich, Connecticut called Belle Haven that's known for its spectacular single-family homes and views of the Long Island Sound. It's only 20 miles east of South Nyack, and Belle Haven is also where you'll find the Grass Island Dog Park. Big and small dogs have their own separate sections here, and there is also running water available for them to drink. This no-frills dog park has waste bags and seating areas, but no agility equipment. If you'd like to take your dog for an on-leash walk before or after visiting the dog park, you're close to plenty of great spots to do so!
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    Population Density 12/sq mi

    #3 Pelham Bay

    At 2,772 acres, Pelham Bay Park is the largest public park in New York City, and it's only 20 miles from South Nyack. You'll find it in the northeastern corner of the Bronx, and there's plenty to do there for the whole family. There are wildlife sanctuaries, beaches, trails and pathways, and even an off-leash dog park to enjoy. The Pelham Bay Park Dog Park has a section for big dogs, as well as a separate run for small dogs. There is also beautiful landscaping, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies. Your dog can accompany you in most other areas of Pelham Bay Park as long as they stay on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,967/sq mi

    #4 Bonnie Crest

    New Rochelle is a city in Westchester County, New York with a population of more than 70,000 people, and the community of Bonnie Crest in north New Rochelle is less than 20 miles from South Nyack. Bonnie Crest is home to Ward Acres Park -- here, you'll find an off-leash area called Paws Place. This well-maintained and clean dog park has separate areas for big and small dogs, as well as drinking water and waste disposal supplies. A permit is required to visit the dog park, and it costs $50 a year for New Rochelle residents and $100 a year for visitors.
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    Population Density 2,759/sq mi

    #5 Central Millwood

    Gedney Park is a 120-acre park in Chappaqua, New York, and it's less than 20 miles from South Nyack. You'll find it in the northwestern corner of Chappaqua, just south of Millwood. In addition to four miles of trails, playgrounds, and a 9/11 memorial, there is also an off-leash dog park at Gedney Park. In fact, dogs are allowed off-leash throughout Gedney Park, including on the trails, as long as they respond well to voice commands. If you're visiting the playground or the area immediately surrounding it, your dog must remain on-leash. You and your dog can enjoy a hike together without the constraints of a leash, and along the way, you'll find a lake and other bodies of water where your dog can take a dip!
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