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Dog Areas in Suffern

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2 Eateries
2 Groomers
Travel just over an hour north of New York City, and you’ll find the village of Suffern. Though small, this tightly-knit town takes great pride in its rich history, seasonal festivities, community activities and high quality of life. In the event that your pup should need to a trip to an animal clinic, Suffern has three veterinarians to serve you and your dog.

Pups and their people love Suffern, too! Suffern’s downtown area is a great place to walk with your leashed dog. Check out the unique shops and stop and sniff Suffern Park’s lush lawns and quaint gazeebo – it’s a furrific place to relax with Fido.

There’s another pawesome Suffern park where you and your pooch can get some exercise right in town! Brooklands Park has puptacular nature trails where you and your leashed dog can stretch your legs! The paths meander through dense hardwood forests and next to a beautiful creek that pours into Lake Antrim. It’s truly a woofderful walk in the woods.

Hungry? Check out Mia’s Kitchen! This Suffern favorite for healthy home-style cooking welcomes pooches and their people at their outdoor tables.

With so many pawsome parks and amenities in the area, Suffern is a puptastic community!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Suffern

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,247/sq mi

    #1 Antrim

    There’s tons of furrific outdoor adventure for you and your leashed dog in Suffern’s Antrim neighborhood! You and your leashed furry friend will love all the beautiful, natural space at the 350-acre Dater Mountain Nature County Park. This huge habitat area has a pawsome 2.2-mile loop trail that includes sweeping views of the valley from an overlook that is approximately 940 feet above sea level! On your walk, you and Fido will see wetlands, rock formations and stands of verdant hardwoods. The diverse vegetation and habitats make this park is a great area for birdwatchers and wild flower enthusiasts, especially in the warmer months.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #2 Montebello Village Center

    For off-leash fun, you and Fido only have to hop in the car for a five-minute drive to the neighboring town of Montebello. Montebello’s Village Center neighborhood’s puptacular 376-acre Kakiat Park has a large, fully fenced-in off-leash area where your pup can romp and socialize! The rest of Kakait Park is beautiful, too! You and your dog will love getting some exercise on the woofderful Kakiat Trail that starts at the parking area. Harriman State Park is another furrific place to visit in the neighborhood. This massive recreational area is home to 31 lakes and reservoirs and has 200 miles of hiking trails! Best of all? Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, except on the developed beach areas. This neighborhood is also home to the smaller Kings Gate Park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,262/sq mi

    #3 Tallman/ Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of Rockland

    Leash your pup and get ready for a walk with furrific scenery in Montebello’s Tallman/ Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of Rockland neighborhood! About three miles from Suffern, this neighborhood’s Kathryn Gorman Ponds Park is as picturesque as it gets. You and your dog will love walking through this quiet park, filled with lush vegetation and mature trees that surround serene ponds. Sit for a while with your pup on one of the wooden benches beneath the shade of a hardwood and take in the ambiance of this unspoiled natural habitat. There are walking paths that meander through the forested area, too. For another pawsome park in the neighborhood, check out Orchard Hills Park with your leashed dog.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,077/sq mi

    #4 Airmont Village Center

    There’s fun for the whole family in Airmont’s Village Center neighborhood, about two miles from Suffern! Pack up the whole gang and head to Lorna Lane Park for some outdoor fun! For you and your furry friend, this neighborhood park has a long stretch of lush green grass where you can walk or hang out beneath the shade of the mature trees. The park also has a pawesome playground, a basketball court, benches and a furrific picnic table beneath a lovely, large conifer. The residential area surrounding the park is also a woofderful place for a jaunt, with quiet streets, beautiful homes and manicured lawns.
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    Population Density 1,896/sq mi

    #5 Sunbridge College/ Saddle River Rd

    Explore some pawsome natural areas in Airmont’s Sunbridge College/ Saddle River Rd neighborhood, about two miles from Suffern. You and your leashed dog will love adventuring through the neighborhood’s Schwartz Memorial Park. Walk with your leashed furry friend through this quiet undeveloped forested area and take in the views of this neighborhood gem. You and your pup will love meandering next to the creek and through the dense woods. Capital Park is another woofderful natural green space where you and your leashed dog can have an adventure in this neighborhood! This park’s hardwood stand is especially beautiful in the autumn months as the leaves display a spectrum of fall foliage.
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