Location: Between Broadway and Seaman Ave.
- 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.
Hours: The park closes at 1 a.m.
Description: Isham Park is a 20-acre historic park located in the Inwood neighborhood of Manhattan, across the street (Seaman Ave.) from the much larger Inwood Hill Park. It is a very pretty neighborhood park with plenty of trees, paved walkways, park benches, and water fountains. The park does not have a dedicated dog run, but it is considered a dog-friendly area with the availability of dog poop bag dispensers and waste bins near the park entrance. Dogs are recommended to be on leash in this park.
REVIEW BY DUSTY BLUE: This park is beautiful, compared to some of the paved and gravel parks I’ve visited further south on the island. I was able to check out, sniff, and mark up the trees to my heart’s content and there was a good amount of area for me to run around. I met my first three-legged rescue dog here!