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Dog Areas in Woodmere

2 Parks
1 Eatery
2 Groomers
Known as one of the Five Towns in the Long Island community, Woodmere is a beautiful place to visit in Nassau County, New York. Here, you can get out of the bustling city and just enjoy some peaceful time with your dog. While there are no veterinarians in Woodmere, just down the road in Cedarhurst, there is one great vet that can check your furry pal out.

Take your pup to the North Woodmere Park for an amazing time. This beautiful park is filled with tons of amenities that Fido will love, including a tennis court, basketball courts, handball areas, ball fields, and a playground. Take a nice walk throughout the park on the paved walking path that goes through it, and enjoy a nice day out with your pup.

Grab a bite to eat at Friendlier Trattoria and Pizzeria with your dog by your side. They dish out tasty food like pizza, steaks, and salads that your dog will be dying to get a bite of. Their outdoor patio is dog-friendly, and welcomes your four legged friend to join you for a bite to eat.

After hanging out in Woodmere, your dog will love spending time in this beautiful town alongside you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodmere

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    Population Density 6,697/sq mi

    #1 Quentin Place/ Barr Ave

    Take your pup out to the Woodmere Park for a great day at the park with you. This small park offers a playground, benches to sit on, plenty of trees to help provide shade, and grass for Fido to play a game of fetch. While there isn't a marked path through this park, yu can still take a short walk through the grass with your pup. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you are visiting this park, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags with you.
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    Population Density 5,297/sq mi

    #2 Mill Road/ Jadwin Street

    Barrett Park is a pawsome spot to take your dog for a fun afternoon out. The park offers tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball diamonds, benches, and a playground. There is a huge open space where Fido can play a game of fetch, and a nice walking path around the park where the two of you can take a walk before you head home. Make sure to bring water since there isn't a lot of shade at this park. Located in Valley Stream, and only two miles out of Woodmere, your dog won't mind the small car ride to this park.
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    Population Density 2,729/sq mi

    #3 Brookville

    Check out Brookville Park to have a wonderful day out with your pup. The park offers some great amenities, like basketball courts, tennis fields, bocce courts, baseball areas, picnic tables, and a playground. The park offers a hiking path that you and your pup can use for a nice walk throughout the park, and Fido can get some exploring in. The park is covered in trees to help keep you and Fido cool. Located in Springfield Gardens, and only five miles out of Woodmere, your dog will love the mini adventure to check out this park.
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    Population Density 355/sq mi

    #4 Springfield Gardens

    Take a short road trip just five miles out of Woodmere mto the Springfield Park in the nearby town of Springfield Gardens. The Springfield Park is the perfect park to visit with your pup. This puptastic spot features a pond, playground, tennis courts, and baseball fields. Your dog will love splashing around in the pond, or playing some fetch on the open grass space. Take a nice walk around the pond and the park on the paved path that runs throughout. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you are visiting this park. 
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    Population Density 14,108/sq mi

    #5 Cedarhurst

    The Cedarhurst Park is a beautifully huge park to hang out with your pup by your side. The park is filled with benches for you both to relax on, open grass space for fetch, a pavilion with picnic tables, and restrooms. There is a walking path where you and Fido can get an extra long walk in while you are visiting. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash, and don't forget to bring water along since the park doesn't offer a ton of shade. The Cedarhurst Park is in Cedarhurst, and only  a mile out of Woodmere.
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