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Off-Leash Dog Parks in Sleepy Hollow, NY

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Sleepy Hollow, and 46 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Sleepy Hollow.

Pet Friendly Kingsland Point Dog Park
Kingsland Point Dog Park Kingsland Point Dog Park in Sleepy Hollow, NY, serve Westchester County pooches who love to have off-leash fun. Access to this fully-fenced park costs $5 for Sleepy Hollow residents or those with a County Park Pass, or $10 without a pass. Permits are available at Parks Pass Offices. Leashed dogs can also accompany you on a riverside walk along Tarrytown Light-Kingland Point Path. See Details
Pet Friendly Little Bay Dog Run
Little Bay Dog Run Two separate areas for big and small dogs. Doggie water fountain available. See Details
Nash Park Dog Park Located inside Nash Park, the Nash Park Dog Park in Clifton, NJ, offers plenty of green space for dogs to play and socialize. See Details
Pelham Bay Park Dog Run The Pelham Bay Park Dog Run is located in Pelham South, not far from the entrance at Middletown Road and Stadium Avenue. The Dog Run is one of the first dog runs to be built by the NYC Parks Department. Nearby, Orchard Beach is also a treat in the off-season, when strolling, biking or dog walking (on the promenade only from October 1 to May 1) are very popular. See Details
Leonia Dog Park/Lakeview Park This is a lovely dog friendly park with 2 picnic tables under an awning. There is a large area including a hill. There is water access and a metal bowl. There seems to be a conflict with some neighbors as there are signs across the street in front of PVT homes stating "stop unleashed dogs in the park". As long as you go during posted hours and limit the dog barking there seems to be no conflict. Many nice dogs and owners! I have px available but cannot figure out how to post them! See Details
Goffle Brook Park & Hawthorne Dog Run One of the newest and most popular features in Goffle Brook Park is the Hawthorne Dog Run. The Hawthorne Dog Run allows dogs the opportunity to run leash-free in a safe and contained area and their owners the chance to relax and enjoy some quality time with their dogs. Leashed dogs are also allowed to walk with their owners in Goffle Brook Park, located along Goffle Road, this 103-acre park is adjacent to the Goffle Brook. The northern section contains a duck pond, which is stocked with trout for fishing during the summer. The southern section of the park contains numerous athletic fields, an accessible playground, and picnic areas. The park is open daily 9am - 9pm. See Details
James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park Dog Run Pets love the off-leash fun at this fenced dog park, which includes separate runs for different size pets, benches, water bowls, running water, donated toys, and waste bags. With a land area of 167 acres, James J. Braddock Park is one of the largest and most beautiful of Hudson County’s parks where leashed dogs are welcome outside of the dog run. The park is home to the 16-acre Woodcliff Lake and has an amazing view of the Manhattan skyline. See Details
Yorktown Community Dog Park Yorktown Community Dog Park is a pet-friendly recreation area for dogs and their owners to hang out in Mohegan Lake, New York. The park is located within the woods, it's well maintained and fenced-in to allow off-leash play. There's a separate section for small and large dogs. The dog park is open every day of the week from 7am to 7pm. See Details
Fort Lee Dog Park Fort Lee Dog Park is a pet-friendly park specifically for four-legged visitors to Fort Lee, NJ. Fido will enjoy running off leash in one of two enclosed areas which are allocated to large and small dogs. Owners can sit on a bench and watch their pups at play at this friendly neighborhood dog park. See Details
Wood Dale County Park This lovely public park includes a designated area where your pet is welcome to run and play off-leash. Drinking water is available. See Details
Cedar Lane Dog Park Pets rave about the off-leash fun at this fenced dog run, which is mulched with wood chips to reduce mud. A great place to meet friendly pet owners! See Details
St. Nicholas Dog Park This lovely dog park in Harlem is fully fenced and includes separate small dog area. A great place to bring your pet to play off-leash. See Details
Inwood Hill Park and Dog Run There is a fenced, off-leash dog run at Inwood Park - a great place for your pet to get some exercise! See Details
Fort Tryon Dog Run (Sir Williams Run) One of the largest runs in the city, this fenced off-leash park is a great place to bring your pet to meet the neighbors. See Details
Overpeck Park Dog Run There's plenty of room for your pet to play at this fenced, off-leash dog park, which includes a separate area for small pets, benches, and plenty of shade. See Details
Suffern Kakiat Park This Suffern public park includes an enclosed dog run where pets may romp and play off-leash. See Details
Piermont Dog Run The Piermont Dog Run is a fenced run and play area located at the base of the Piermont Pier, just past the ballfield. The dog run is a membership club. Memberships may be obtained through the village clerk. See Details
Congers Dog Park Congers Dog Park is a small fenced area with some agility equipment where your dogs can run free. There are two separate areas for small and large pups to play freely and out of each other's ways. The park can be found inside the larger Congers Lake Memorial Park. Here, you can walk the trails alongside the water with your leashed pup. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess left behind. See Details
Paws Place Ward Acres Dog Park Pets love to socialize and play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes a separate area for small dogs. See Details
Pelham Bay Park At over 2,700 acres, Pelham Bay Park is the city's largest park. Leashed dogs are welcome on the park's many trails. See Details
Westvale Park Off leash park with small or large dog sections. Water, benches, little or no shade. Best part, the lights are on all night so while not technically open I've been there as last as midnight in winter.

It's tricky to find. I use Harrington Ave to get there but you can use Sand Road too. Ask for the Department of Public Works or playing fields.
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Seton Park Leashed dogs are welcome in Seton Park, which is located near West 235th Street and Independence Avenue. There is also an off-leash dog run located within the park. See Details
Grass Island Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this fenced Greenwich dog park, which includes a separate area for small dogs. See Details