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Hudson River Park is a 550-acre riverside park and estuarine sanctuary located on the west side of Manhattan between Battery Place and W.59th Street.
Small park, little dog friendly. So if your dog is big, just know that it's a small park. But still--dogs are dogs--and they like parks of all sizes.
Love the gravel floors with man-made hills so it's fun to dogs to run and not stinky during the summer. They have a small dog pool with flowing water during the summer. Great people and great dogs.
My dog LOVED it here! Running water, little pools, lots of concrete boulders to climb on! Best of all: no dirt or pebbles (so no smell!) What more you could want?
The concrete hills are kinda fun. There is also water.
The 2 white bulldogs eat ECG others shyt
This dog run may be on the smaller side but it makes up for what it lacks in square–footage with lots of fun things for your dog to play on and in — boulders, stairs, and doggie–pools in the summer!
People please, pick up your dog's poop. Everyone was congregrated to one side when we got in and we soon realized it's because the other side had 4 piles of steaming feces... lovely.
Great place to pickup freelance projects!
Spend some quality time with your licensed pup at Chelsea Waterside Park Dog Run. For info on dog licensing visit: http://on.nyc.gov/M85uPu. For more info about dog runs visit: http://bit.ly/Ra5S4w
Please make sure to only open one gate at a time! leaving both gates open will get the dogs killed!
Rufus the pug likes to pee on people's legs. Watch out. He's stout but stealth.
Open from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. This is a great place for early-morning and late-night fun with your dog. Great play features for dogs and views of the Hudson River for you.
Never where light colored pants/chinos to the dog park.
Look out for Noodles the yellow goldendoodle. He's a lover, not a fighter
Running water pool in the summer