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Dog Areas in Williamsville

5 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
10 Eateries
9 Groomers
Grab Fido and head into Williamsville for a great day out of exploring, hiking, and, of course, eating. Located in Erie County, New York, Williamsville was named after one of the town's early settlers, Jonas Williams. Home to five veterinarians, Williamsville is both a safe and fun village to take your pup to.

If you and your pup are looking for a great park to explore, look no further then the Amherst State Park. This pawsome park has 77-acres of woods and trails that you and your pup can explore together. While at the park, make sure to keep Fido on a leash and always bring clean-up bags with you as the state park officials are strict about visitors cleaning up after their dogs.

Williamsville is filled with tons of great options to grab a bite to eat with Fido by your side. Irishman is a pub that serves new and old creations with a tradition Irish influenced menu. Their signature dishes include Guinness BBQ wings and cheese steak spring rolls. Pizza Works Etc dishes out every kind of pizza that your heart desires. Both of these great eateries have dog friendly patios and welcome your pup to join you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Williamsville

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    Population Density 4,058/sq mi

    #1 Swormville

    Grab Fido and jump in the car, because four miles out of Williamsville in Amherst is the Amherst Paw Park. This pawsome dog park is a fantastic spot to let Fido run around and meet some new friends. The park includes small and large dog areas, benches for owners, shade provided by trees, and a dual gate entry to make sure your dog stays safe inside of this park. If Fido loves to run around on the grass, this park has tons of it, and they make sure to use dog friendly fertilizer. Make sure bring water and clean-up bags with you.
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    Population Density 963/sq mi

    #2 North County of Clarence

    Seven miles out of Williamsville in Clarence is the Clarence Pathways, which is a great trail to explore with your pup. The trail is 16.7-miles long and has a asphalt ground covering for you and Fido to walk on. There are four trails that make up this pathway that will take you from Buffalo to Amherst. The pathway is known to history buffs for being one of the first trails that the East Shore and Buffalo Railroad corridor took in 1884. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while walking, and bring some water with you as there is none available along the way.
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    Population Density 901/sq mi

    #3 Parkview

    Eight miles out of Willamsville in Tonawanda is the Ellicott Island Park. This pawrific park is great to take your pup to since it is an island that is dedicated to dogs. The park has restrooms, water, a dog washing station, and clean-up bags for you in case you furget yours. There is also a track for you and your pup to walk on, and some benches for you to sit down and watch your dog while he runs around. If Fido loves the water, then he will love swimming around the island while at this dogtastic dog park with you. Make sure to bring some towels since locals say your dog won't leave here clean.
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    Population Density 12,130/sq mi

    #4 Buffalo State

    The Bark Park at LaSalle Park in the city of Buffalo is only ten miles out of Williamsville, and a great spot to take your pup for some off leash fun. The dog park is open from dawn until dusk, and offers 70,000 feet of grass and open area for you dog to run. There are separated areas for large and small dogs, plus the park offers lighting, running water, benches for owners, and a sheltered area away from the sun. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you when you visit. Your dog will love his time out at this dog park and bark to come back.
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    Population Density 8,426/sq mi

    #5 Brighton

    If you and your pup get a rumble in your tummy when you are driving around the nearby town of Buffalo, then make sure to stop into one of the great dog friendly restaurants in this neighborhood. Papi Grande's is a casual Mexican cantina that offers delicious dishes like soups, salads, chimichangas, and quesdillas. Tea Leaf Cafe serves up small plates and premium hot or iced tea. Make sure to grab a sandwich and one of their tasty bubble teas while you are there. Brick House Tavern and Tap has a range of food and drinks for you and Fido to enjoy. Dig into some duck wings with a tasty brew by your side. All of these restaurnts offer dog friendly patios for you and your pup to enjoy.
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