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Dog Areas in Tuckahoe

2 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
3 Groomers
Tuckahoe may have a funny name, but this village is seriously pawpular! Just an easy 20-mile train ride from Midtown Manhattan, Tuckahoe has accessibility to the big city with lower housing costs. The village itself has tons of cute shops and yummy restaurants – two that are even dog-friendly! Whether your pup needs an annual check-up or urgent care, Tuckahoe also has an animal hospital to make sure your dog stays happy and healthy.

One particularly quaint spot you and Fido will love exploring is the downtown area. Do some window shopping and stop by the Main Street Playground. Leashed dogs are welcome at this three-acre park that has grassy areas, basketball courts, a playground and benches.

The Bronx River Pathway is another furrific activity to share with your dog! The 18-mile multiuse trail passes through the west side of Tuckahoe – hop on the path and watch your pup’s tail wag!

And as for those dog-friendly restaurants we mentioned – Spice Village serves up authentic Indian food in a vibrant atmosphere! Dogs are welcome at their woofderful outdoor seating area. Old Stone Mill Restaurant is another Tuckahoe eatery with traditional Italian fare and a fur-iendly outdoor patio.

Whether you’re a city dweller visiting Tuckahoe or a local, you and your pooch will love this quaint village!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tuckahoe

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    Population Density 11,821/sq mi

    #1 Crestwood II

    You and your leashed dog will have a pawsome time visiting Tuckahoe’s Crestwood II neighborhood! The Parkway Oval Park features 14-acres with a huge open field surrounded by mature trees where you and Fido can romp and play. There’s also a walking path that loops through the park where you and your pup will have lots to see and smell on your stroll. The park also has a basketball court, a playground and plenty of benches where you and your pooch can chill out and enjoy the scenery. If you’re in the mood for a longer walk, you’re in luck! The Parkway Oval Park offers direct access to the 18-mile paved Bronx River Pathway that meanders through Tuckahoe!
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    Population Density 4,616/sq mi

    #2 Bronxville Heights

    For a furrific outdoor adventure, travel about five miles northwest of Tuckahoe to the Bronxville Heights neighborhood! In Yonkers, this neighborhood’s 278-acre Sprain Ridge Park is a puptacular place to romp with your pooch! Whether you like biking, hiking, birdwatching or just spending time in nature, Sprain Ridge Park is a pawsome place to visit with your leashed dog! The park is made up of dense hardwood forest, making it a shady and scenic place to hike and bike on the network of trails. The Otter Ramble Trail is a woofderful beginner’s loop, while the North Brothers Loop is a puptastic intermediate trail. Pack a picnic and make it a pawsome day with your dog!
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    Population Density 3,874/sq mi

    #3 Dunwoodie Heights

    There’s woofderful fun in Yonkers’ Dunwoodie Heights neighborhood! About five miles from Tuckahoe, this neighborhood’s 161-acre Tibbets Brook Park has tons of room for you and your dog. If you and your pup are in search of activity, check out the two loop trails and hike up to three miles within the park! On your jaunt, you’ll walk around the perimeter of the all-purpose playfields and through beautiful woods. The park is a furrific place to relax too, with tons of picnic areas, mature shady trees and tons of grass where you can spread out a blanket and enjoy a picnic or a good book with Fido by your side.
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    Population Density 9,113/sq mi

    #4 Bryn Mawr

    Looking for an especially beautiful place to walk with your dog? Head to Yonkers’ Bryn Mawr neighborhood, just five miles from Tuckahoe! There, you and Fido will love exploring the 14.7-mile South County Trailway. This fun, paved multiuse trail meanders through the Hudson River Valley, taking you and your leashed pup through stunning leafy forests, over creeks and waterways, and near monuments and dams. Enjoy a breathtaking array of colors in the fall and wildflowers in the spring. This woofderful trail runs through the northern end of the neighborhood’s Henning Park, where you’ll find additional nature trails that meander through the park’s seven acres.
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    Population Density 6,265/sq mi

    #5 Palmer - Mile Square

    There’s sure to be tons of tail wagging in Yonkers’ Palmer – Mile Square neighborhood! About five miles from Tuckahoe, this area’s Redmond Park has 35 acres of fun just waiting for you and your leashed pup! Play or take a walk in the huge open grassy area or explore the woods that surround the park. Grab a bench and enjoy the sounds of nature with your pup by your side. Redmond Park also has a playground, athletic fields and a picnic area. Welty Park is another woofderful neighborhood park with similar amenities, and the South County Trailway runs just northeast of the park!
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