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Dog Areas in Southfields

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Southfields is a small mountain town in New York. This lovely town is surrounded by both the Harriman State Park and the Sterling Forest State Park, perfect for any adventurous dog who loves hiking and exploring. Although there are no veterinarians in Southfields, there are five great vets Fido can visit just down the road in Monroe.

Grab Fido and take a hike along the Times Square on the Long Path. This trail is 357-miles long and starts at the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee. It passes through Southfields where you and Fido can go explore the Harriman State Park together. While hiking, you will be covered by trees and be able to socialize since this particular trail is popular among locals.

The Appalachian Trail is another amazing trail to hike along with your furry pal. This 7.6-mile trail will take you through New York, with two miles of it passing through Southfields. The trail will take you to the Lemon Squeeze, which is a large rock formation that you have to squeeze through to continue your hike. If you want to continue hiking, the Appalachian Trail crosses into the Long Path Trail where you and Fido can continue your adventure into Harriman State Park. 

Your pup will love hanging out in Southfield and check out all the amazing trails and amenities that two of you can do together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Southfields

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    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #1 Sloatsburg

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    The Harriman State Park is a 47,527-acre park and the second largest park in New York. There are over 200-miles of hiking trails throughout this park that you and Fido can explore together. This park is filled with vistas, streams, lakes, and a camping area that Fido is welcome to stay in with you. A few trails you can explore is the Blue Disc Trail which is 2.8-miles long, or the Seven Hills trail with is 6.7-miles long. While at the Harriman State Park, your dog needs to stay on leash. Located in Sloatsburg, and only five miles out of Southfields, your dog will have a great time exploring this park.
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    Population Density 270/sq mi

    #2 Tuxedo Park

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    The Sterling Forest State Park is a massive 19,132-acre park that is located in the Ramapo Mountains, and one of the larger parks in New York. Sterling Lake is in this forest, plus there are numerous hiking trails throughout the park where you and Fido can walk around and get some exercise. Take a hike on the Sterling Lake Loop Trail which is 4-miles long with a 442-foot elevation gain on a loop style route. The trail takes you around the lake, and also features a historic furnace and ruins. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you are visiting this park since hunting is allowed during certain seasons. 
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    Population Density 566/sq mi

    #3 E Mombasha Monroe

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    Take your dog over to Mombasha Park if he would rather enjoy a nice park rather then a hike. This pawsome park offers a baseball field, soccer field, and a playground. There is a nature trail throughout that you can use for an easy walk, and the park is open from 9 a.m. until dusk every day of the week. The park sits right along the Momnasha Lake, so if Fido loves water, then this is the park for him. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash when you visit, and don't forget clean-up bags. Located in Monroe and only six miles from Southfields, your pup won't mind the small ride over to this great park. 
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    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #4 Montebello

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    The Kakiat Park is a wonderful 376-acre park that is perfect to take your dog to for a good afternoon out. The park is a mixture of wetlands, rolling hills, and steep mountains that your pup will be excited to explore. The park has numerous hiking trails throughout it that you can use for a hike, but make sure your dog stays on a leash while you are exploring this dogtastic area. The park also offers a covered picnic area where you and Fido can sit down and relax after your hike. Located in Montebello, and thirteen miles out of Southfields, your dog will have the time of his life at this park. 
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    Population Density 1,126/sq mi

    #5 Bear Mountain

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    The Bear Mountain State Park is an amazing 5,205-acre park that is located on the west side of the Hudson River. The park offers boating, biking, picnicking, and swimming. There are over 50 trails that you and your dog can explore together in this park that covers over 235-miles with a wide range of elevation changes. While hanging out in this beautiful park, make sure your dog stays on a leash, and bring plenty of water along with you. Located in Bear Mountain, and fifteen miles out of Southfields, your dog will have a great time at this beautiful park with you.
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