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The village of Angola is located two miles from the Lake Erie shore and southwest of the city of Buffalo, New York. Parts of this 1.4 square mile village are highly walkable while others are more challenging and require some extra caution. The majority of the streets within the village, especially central roads such as Lake Street, Center Street, and Grove Street, have sidewalks for easy access. Other streets, such as Sunset Boulevard, provide sidewalks on some parts of the road but not others. 

Weather conditions in Angola vary according to the season. Spring, summer, and fall can range from temperatures of 50 to 90 degrees and appropriate protective clothing is required depending on the weather at the time. Winters can be especially harsh with heavy snow, freezing temperatures, and blowing winds because of Angola's proximity to Lake Erie. Walking or driving in wintery conditions is not advised and can be both icy and dangerous.

Terrain in Angola
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Angola's terrain is a mixture of flat, walkable sections and hillier areas that can be slightly challenging to cross. It'll take some early deliberation to determine which type of terrain is best for you and your pup's fitness levels. The main parts of the village where sidewalks are readily available are generally flat and navigable. Retail shops and restaurants populate the center strip on North and South Main Street, so while sidewalks are there for use, be aware that there will be more traffic pulling in and out of stores along this road. Other areas of Angola are more industrial and commercial and are not the best locations to walk a dog. Avoid Commercial Street, Hardpan Road, and Railroad Avenue as these areas are often dominated by semis and other large commercial vehicles that make the heavy traffic a bit dangerous, creating roads that are not fantastic to walk down.
Greenways in Angola
Neighborhoods in Angola have an average of:
2 Greenways
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There are few greenways in Angola proper that are available for dog walkers, but that doesn't mean that you don't have other options available nearby. The smaller parks in the village don't allow dogs, so walkers are relegated to sidewalks within residential neighborhoods or some of the more natural areas along Big Sister Creek behind Main Street. 

A short drive away in the adjacent town of Evans is the Town of Evans Dog Park on Erie Road. This park is segmented into two fenced sections for small and large breeds. Water, seating, and waste bags are available, and the park provides multiple opportunities for dogs to have a good time and socialize with other local pets. Outside of this park, residential areas may provide enough space for a quick stroll, but remember to keep your pup on their leash throughout to avoid running afoul of any traffic or other pedestrians. 

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