Location: 336 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10025


  • Monitor, control and accompany your dog at all times.
  • No dogs in heat. Closely monitor non-neutered males as other males may react aggressively toward them.
  • Prong, choke and spike collars may not be worn
  • Dogs involved in a fight must leave the run until all parties calm down.
  • Discourage barking, especially early morning and late evening.
  • Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Dogs must be licensed, vaccinated against rabies and free from all communicable diseases.
  • Use caution when bringing food into the run. No glass containers allowed.
  • If your dog digs holes, fill it in before you leave.

105-sideHours: The park closes at 1 a.m.

Description: Riverside Park stretches four miles from 72nd to 158th Streets along the Hudson River. Since 1875, the landscapes of Frederick Law Olmsted have offered escape from the city and for residents and visitors to play and socialize in its tranquil settings. Located just off of 105th Street and Riverside Avenue is the 105th Street Dog Run. The run is operated by the Riverside Park Conservancy, which is a non-profit whose volunteers keep the dog park as clean and safe as possible. It features two sections to separate large and small dogs with gravel and dirt ground cover. There is a watering area where hoses reach both large and small dog sections, bench seating, and there are poop bags, cleaning equipment and waste bins available.

dustyreviewREVIEW BY DUSTY BLUE: I really like the dog runs along Riverside Park, but this one is pretty basic. It’s pretty much a large open, gravel & dirt area with seating on the sides for people. There is nothing in the middle… it’s like a bull ring for a bull fight! However, I really liked the very nice dogs and people here. Everyone was very friendly, but I wouldn’t want to come here when it’s raining. I’d track all kinds of muck with my feet.