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Rego Park is both a residential and commercial community in Queens, New York. It is considered a diverse neighborhood and is home to a large Jewish population. The residential areas are largely standalone, single-family homes, but there are also several large apartment complexes and duplexes. In the more commercial areas, you will find public schools, churches, a public library, restaurants, a subway stop, grocery stores, and several large clothing retailers. 

This neighborhood is also home to several pet-related businesses! D'Rosas Dog Chic LLC, A Dog's Best Friend, and My Best Friend Too are several local groomers that may help your pup looking his or her best! There is also a local pet hospital, The Dog & Cat Doctor, in Rego Park. 

The great New York City area, including Rego Park, experiences all four seasons, so always check the daily forecast before heading outside for a walk and make sure you are prepared for any kind of weather!

Terrain in Rego Park
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Mostly Flat
Mostly Hilly
There are a few small greenways, but Rego Park is almost all artificial terrain. Depending on where you are in the neighborhood, you may encounter a few hills, but nothing too steep or straining! However, much of the neighborhood, particularly the residential area, has maintained sidewalks. This is perfect for keeping you and your pet safe during your daily walks. Even the more commercial spaces have sidewalks, but they also have significantly less grassy areas for your pet. The terrain's varied elevation can make for some interesting daily strolls, whether you're into slow and steady walks or more intense hiking and running. 

The boundaries of Rego Park include Long Island Expressway to the northwest, 102nd Street to the northeast, 67th Avenue and Selfridge Street to the southeast, and Woodhaven Boulevard to the southwest. 63rd Drive is another major roadway with more congested and high-speed traffic that pedestrians may wish to avoid. 

Greenways in Rego Park
Neighborhoods in Queens have an average of:
36 Greenways
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They may be small, but Rego Park does have several greenways. The largest of these is Lost Battalion Hall Playground which is home to a general recreation area, a recreation center, and a playground. This public park is dedicated to WWI servicemen. The paths in this park are paved which make for easy strolling. Keep an eye on the temperature, however, as hot pavement can wreak havoc on sensitive paw pads! 

The other small parks include Horace Harding Playground, The Painters Playground, parks attached to public schools, and several unnamed spaces. Most of these areas require your dog to be on-leash and there may be some spaces where dogs are not permitted, so be aware of all the rules and signage around these green areas. 

However, if you are interested in a longer walk, the very large Flushing Meadows Corona Park and Forest Park are both 1-2 miles away and make great alternatives. 

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