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When you look at the concrete jungle of Tribeca in New York City, it's hard to imagine that this entire area used to be pastoral farmland perfect for a dog to romp through and chase birds along the river banks. As this neighborhood grew, city planners knew it was important to maintain green space and natural areas so Tribeca has some of the best parks in the city.

From beautiful boardwalks along the Hudson River to short pathways along historic farms of the past and more, there are many opportunities for wonderful dog walking in Tribeca New York. If your wild pup is looking for some off-leash fun, you'll also find a few gated dog parks where you can get out, play with other dogs, learn to socialize and connect with other dog-loving humans to meet up with for dog walks to come. Tribeca is a great neighborhood for dogs and their humans.

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Tribeca is situated right along the Hudson River, so even though you're in the city, you'll find yourself with several different options for hikes. If you just want a quick and quiet stroll around the city, you'll find several urban green spaces that feature paved walkways and benches to sit and enjoy manicured trees and gardens. You can also take a dog walk down a boardwalk right along the Hudson River through native grasslands with the river on your side.

Though there are several dog parks in the area that provide off-leash fun, most of these are gravel or manmade terrain with little access to green grass for running. This probably won't matter too much to your dog because they have everything else he needs including high fences, water fountains, double gates, and plenty of furry friends to romp with, play fetch, or just get out and meet some furry partners.

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When dog walking in Tribeca, New York most owners flock to the neighborhood's section of the Hudson River Park. An 893-foot pedestrian boardwalk meanders through native grasses and flowers between Watt Street and Leigh St. There are plenty of sights to see including boats, birds, and beautiful sculptures called Serpentine Structures by Mark Gibian. This park truly is one of the best gems in Tribecca. While walking along the river as boats large and small float by, you'll almost forget that on the other side of the trees and tennis courts is a bustling city.

There are also two off-leash dog areas you can take your pup to. In the Hudson River Park, you'll find a fenced dog area at Pier 26. Fresh, running water is available for the dogs from mid-April through November, and there are plenty of benches to sit on and chat with other dog owners as your pup plays. 

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