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Dog Areas in Springfield Gardens

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Springfield Gardens is a suburban city that provides many homes to people who work in Brooklyn and Queens. The small area gets its name from natural gardens that grow along the Springfield Creek that cuts through the city. Springfield Gardens consists of low-rise suburban apartments and houses, making it a lovely place to raise a family and pup.

Springfield Park is the largest park in the city, and one of the best place to walk Fido, even for tourists. The park has over 8 acres of land with 1.2 miles of paved walkways, a pond for fishing, lots of trees for shade, and open fields. There are also recreational fields like baseball, tennis, and basketball fields, with a playground, restrooms, a pavilion, and picnic tables. Pups have to remain on a leash inside the park, and have access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights.

Brookville Park is another pawsome green space to explore with your pup. The park has a small pond and creek that cuts right through it, with thick trees, open areas, and trails made from concrete and dirt that have a distance of over 3 miles. There are fenced-in tennis and basketball courts that are dog-friendly, with baseball fields, water fountains, benches, a playground, a pavilion, and a gazebo. You have plenty to do here, from playing in the open area or take a nice long with Fido. 

The town is small and has no veterinarian of its own, but the closest animal hospital is only 3 miles away in the town of Valley Stream. Although there is no vet, Springfield Gardens still gives a lot back to its four-legged residents in the way of dog-friendly parks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Springfield Gardens

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    Population Density 27,248/sq mi

    #1 Cunningham Park

    Eight miles north of Springfield Garden is the neighborhood of Cunningham Park, in the Fresh Meadows area of Queens. The neighborhood is named after the large park that is located here, Cunningham Park, and provides 50 acres of forests, open space, and recreational fields to use. The park is dog-friendly, although dogs do need to stay on a leash. You can enjoy the enclosed baseball fields, nature paths, concrete walkways, soccer fields, a playground, restrooms, picnic areas, barbeque facilities, a pavilion, and enclosed tennis courts. Whether going for a lengthy walk or looking for somewhere to play, Cunningham Park will provide that and additional features like clean-up stations, water fountains, benches, and nighttime lights.
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    Population Density 26,151/sq mi

    #2 Jamaica

    The central neighborhood of Jamaica is named after the the area of Queens it is in, and is 2.5 miles north of Springfield Gardens. Dog walkers from inside and outside of the town head to Saint Albans Memorial Park, thanks to its well-kept grassy terrain, looping paved walkway, surrounding trees for shade and privacy, and quiet picnic area. Leashed dogs will have plenty of room to run around and play or go for a walk, with access to water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. The Detective Keith L. Williams Park another great place to walk Fido, thanks to its paved walkway, shaded green space, and dog-friendly fenced-in tennis courts. Fido has to remain on a leash inside this park.
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    Population Density 19,177/sq mi

    #3 Locust Manor

    Locust Manor is a suburban community inside the city limits of Jamaica, just 1.6 miles north of Springfield Gardens. The neighborhood is home to some of the most beautiful parks in the neighborhood, including Roy Wilkins Park, which has over 20 acres of land dedicated to recreational fields, open space, natural forests, and miles of paved trails. Dogs can enjoy the park while on a leash, and have access to additional features like water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and nighttime lights. Railroad Park is another park in the neighborhood that has a larger area of land with thick trees, open fields, a playground, and nature trails. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags to this park!
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    Population Density 33,056/sq mi

    #4 Rochdale

    The small neighborhood of Rochdale is in Jamaica, 1.4 miles northwest of Springfield Gardens. Although small, the park has one pretty big park known as Baisley Pond Park that features over 15 acres of green space surrounding Baisley Pond. There is a small boat launch and fishing pier for park goers, connected by over 2.3 miles of paved trails that encircle the pond. Additional features of the dog-friendly area include a playground, baseball fields, picnic shelters, a gazebo, water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins. If you plan on staying in the neighborhood, head over tot he Garden Inn and Suites. There is a limit of two dogs with no weight limit for a small fee per night.
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    Population Density 21,332/sq mi

    #5 Springfield Gardens

    This small town offers plenty of great parks, like Montbellier Park. The park is a long strip of land with a soccer field, enclosed tennis courts, a small open space, a playground, restrooms, and paved walkways. Additional amenities you can enjoy here include water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. South of Montbellier Park is a public soccer and baseball field with no name, but that offers some open space around the fields that are dog-friendly and provides a better space for Fido to run around and play. Dogs must be on a leash at both areas.
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