Uptown's dog runs reopen as part of Phase 3

Updated: Jul 14


A happy pup in front of St. Nick's Dog Run.

Today marks the first day of Phase 3 in New York, and included on the list of reopenings–from nail salons to basketball courts–are dog runs.


With practically every major uptown park featuring a dedicated spot where pups can stretch their paws, residents of Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood have an abundance of choice.


To help you find them all, here's a list of all 11 dog runs in Upper Manhattan, from south to north.


Remember, social distancing rules still apply, so be sure to wear a mask and keep six feet apart.


St. Nick's Dog Run shaded dog has reopened.

Thomas Jefferson Park Dog Run (Tom's Dog Run)

FDR Drive between E 111th and E 112th Sts


Morningside Park Dog Run

Morningside Drive and 114th St


Marcus Garvey Park Dog Run

Madison Ave and E 120th St


St. Nicholas Park Dog Run

St. Nicholas Terrace and W 135th St


142nd Street Dog Run

Riverside Drive and W 142nd St


Ft. Washington Park Dog Run (Rocky Dog Run)

Riverside Drive and 165th St


J. Hood Wright Park Dog Run

Haven Ave and W 173rd St


Highbridge Park Dog Run

Amsterdam and Fort George Aves


Fort Tryon Park Dog Run (Sir William's Dog Run)

Margaret Corbin Drive in Fort Tryon Park


Dyckman Fields Off-Leash Area

Dyckman St near the Hudson River


Inwood Hill Park Dog Run (Homer's Run)

Seaman Ave and Isham St


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