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Other Dog Activities in Granby, MA

There are 10 other dog friendly attractions within 20 miles of Granby. 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 Granby.

Pet Friendly Mount Holyoke Range State Park
Mount Holyoke Range State Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Mount Holyoke Range State Park in Amherst, Massachusetts. This 3,000-acre park features a stunning seven mile mountain range, streams, wetlands, woods, and thickets. You can explore all this and more on over thirty miles of blazed trails at the park. One of the most popular of these trails is Seven Sisters, an 8-mile hike through a series of summits and lookouts to the Holyoke Summit House. Pets are allowed on all of the trails if they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. Mount Holyoke Range State Park Hikers are welcome at the park from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Pet Friendly Chicopee Memorial State Park
Chicopee Memorial State Park Dogs are allowed to join their owners at Chicopee Memorial State Park. This 562-acre park used to be known as formerly the Cooley Brook Reservoir and Watershed, but was renamed to encourage people and their pooches to come and visit the stunning area. Visitors love swimming, fishing, and picnicking by the centerpiece of the park, the pond. Fido is welcome on a leash, as long as owners clean up after their pets. The park is open every day of the week, Memorial Day - Labor Day from 9am to 7pm; and every day of the week from Labor Day to Memorial Day from 8am to 4pm. See Details
Hampton Ponds State Park Dogs are allowed to join their owners at Hampton Ponds State Park, where boating and angling are at the top of the agenda. Although most people enjoy getting out on the water of the pond, you and Fido will also discover a number of picnic spots with grills dotted around the shoreline. Pet owners are reminded to keep pooches on a leash for the duration of their visit and to clean up any mess that they leave behind. Hampton Ponds State Park is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Mount Tom State Reservation Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Mount Tom State Reservation. Located just a stone's throw away from downtown Holyoke, this stunning park spans 2,161 acres of trees and rolling hills. There are 22 miles of trails to explore with your pooch, some of which lead to brilliant views of the Pioneer Valley in west-central Massachusetts. You are invited to bring your pooch with you to enjoy the many trails and picnic areas around the park, as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. Mount Tom State Reservation is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation is pet-friendly. You can hop on a couple of different trails that lead to the summit of Mount Sugarloaf, offering amazing views of the Connecticut River Valley, the Valley Trail or the more challenging Pocumtuck Ridge Trail. There are a number of spots you can relax at with Fido for a picnic along the way. Pets are welcome on a leash under six feet, as long as owners clean up mess after them. Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation is open every day of the week from 9am until sunset. See Details
Hardwick Vineyard & Winery Hardwick Vineyard & Winery in Hardwick, MA, has a large dog-friendly outdoor seating space. Fido can accompany you to a picnic table on the spacious lawn as long as they are leashed. A family owned establishment for over 25 years, the winery occupies a beautifully restored 1795 Federal style Mansion and timber frame barn. Enjoy a glass of exquisite wine while overlooking the picturesque vineyard, gardens, and mountain vistas. See Details
Deerfield River Portage Deerfield River Portage is pet-friendly. The river ride takes 2.5 - 5.5 hours a week depending on water levels. The river runs through a pristine canyon with no houses and very few people. It is a gorgeous way to spend a day with your pooch by your side. Full service river tubing includes parking, transportation to and from the river, tubes, life jackets, and towel service at pick-up. The fee for full service is $63 per person and $50 for youth. See Details
Connecticut River Greenway State Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Connecticut River Greenway State Park. This pet-friendly recreation site links together a number of parks, open spaces, scenic vistas, and historic sites. You are welcome to bring Fido on a leash to explore the greenway with you, taking in the nature trail along the way. Visitors may be lucky enough to spot songbirds, Northern Cardinal, Goldfinch, American Robin, Crows, Morning Dove, and Woodpeckers making nests in the area. Dogs who love the water will be pleased to know that there are a number of river access points along the greenway route. To preserve the cleanliness of the waterways and surrounding paths, owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind by their pets. Connecticut River Greenway State Park is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Shenipsit State Forest Dogs are allowed at Shenipsit State Forest, home of the Shenipsit Forest Trail. This five-mile loop is of moderate difficulty, but is well worth the strain for the stunning views across the rest of the forest. You can bring Fido with you on the trail and elsewhere as long as they are on a leash. There are a number of other trails that can be found across the 7,000 acres and 11 parcels of forest. The best time of year to visit this are is between March until October. Forest areas are open one and a half hour before sunrise until one and a half hour after sunset. See Details
Brimfield State Forest Brimfield State Forest is dog-friendly. There are over 20 miles of trails that weave through the forest. You can explore all of these with your dog. The centrepiece of the park is Dean Pond Recreation Area, it's an ideal spot for fishing and recreational boat use. For people who don't want to hike too much or get in the water, there are a number of spots where you can stop and enjoy a picnic with your dog. Brimfield State Forest has a daily parking fee between $8-15, depending on whether you are a resident or not. The forest is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details