There are many different forms of housings from single-family dwellings to multi-story apartment buildings, condos, and more. These residential areas can make great, quieter spaces to walk your pup and offer some lovely views of interesting architecture in the meantime. Feel free to explore these areas as long as you stay on public streets and away from private property.
You and your pup will have a great time exploring nature, taking a break on a park bench, or playing a game of fetch at Keeley Park. The park features hiking trails, ponds, picnic shelters, a greenhouse, restrooms, a cross-country course, playgrounds, and even a spray park for hot summer days! Remember to stay hydrated and take every chance you get to sit a spell and soak in all the natural beauty the park has to offer. There is also a community garden where locals have grown their own plants and veggies and you may be able to utilize a plot yourself if you live nearby. There is plenty to see and do! Be sure you clean up after your dog and always keep them on a leash while exploring this park as there are no dedicated dog-friendly or off-leash areas. You can still get in a game of fetch with the right amount of creativity.