Other Dog Activities in Ledyard, CT

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Ledyard, and 17 more nearby. 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 Ledyard.

Pet Friendly Maugle Sierra Vineyards
Maugle Sierra Vineyards At this dog-friendly winery, you can sit at outdoor tables with your pup while you enjoy a bottle of wine. See Details
Pet Friendly Fishers Island
Fishers Island Catch the island ferry in New London, CT. The ferry welcomes dogs on board, with a leash, at no extra charge. Once arriving on the island, visitors can walk to the small village (15 min walk) or head over to dog-friendly South Beach near Elizabeth Airfield. The beach is a bit rocky but dogs can go off-leash. Visitors can spot birds, view beautiful homes or shop at the village green with their dogs. Plenty of spots to tie up your dog and give them shade on the village green while visiting local merchants. Visit Topper's Ice Cream shop and order "the dog bowl" with ice cream named after different dog breeds. Dogs are also welcome to visit the Fishers Island Yacht Club. Best time to go is May to early October. Shops take an afternoon siesta from 1-3 pm. See Details
Jonathan Edwards Winery Beautiful winery. Outdoor tasting area where dogs are welcome. Bring snacks our buy some there with a bottle of wine and enjoy the day with your dogs. See Details
Rocky Neck State Park Rocky Neck State Park is pet-friendly. Feel free to go on a hike with Fido or eat some lunch in the picnic areas north of train tracks. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed in campgrounds, south of the train tracks, on the beach, or on the boardwalk. Rocky Neck State Park has a tidal river that is home to a variety of different types of fish. You'll also spot herons, cranes, and lots of other wildlife in the air and on the ground around the park too. The park is open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
18th Century Purity Farms 18th Century Purity Farms provides high quality heirloom and conventional fruits and vegetables year round at local Connecticut Farmers Markets, using organic growing methods. Dogs are welcome during the autumn months. See Details
Harkness Memorial State Park Harkness Memorial State Park is dog-friendly. The centrepiece of this state park is the elegant summer mansion of the Harkness family. The big colourful building and the surrounding gardens, lawns, and trees were made into a state park in 1952 and certain parts of it can be enjoyed by dogs and their owners today. Pets on a leash are permitted in picnic and lawn areas, but are not allowed on the beach or in formal gardens. Harkness Memorial State Park is open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
Mystic River Park Mystic River Park welcomes leashed dogs. Mystic River Park has a sizable green space for dogs to play and socialize. See Details
Hopeville Pond State Park Dogs are welcome at the picnic areas and on the hiking trails at Hopeville Pond State Park. Unfortunately, they are not permitted on the beaches or in the campground. The area was originally popular among early settlers and was home to a number of mills. Over the years, the wooded areas that surround the pond have been added to the ever growing Pachaug State Forest and Hopville Pond became recognized as a great place to hang out and have fun with family and furry friends. The park is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Gardner Lake State Park Gardner Lake State Park is a nine-acre pet-friendly park that sits next to the 528-acre Gardner Lake. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy activities on the lake, including boating, swimming, and water sports, as long as they are on a leash. The park is open every day of the week from 8am to sunset. See Details
Pachaug State Forest Pachaug State Forest is the largest state forest in Connecticut and it's also pet-friendly. The park covers an epic 24,000 acres across six different towns. This interesting wooded park is covered with old cellar holes and miles of stone fence that show the area was once farmed or pastured. Fido is welcome to join you in the park if they are on a leash and under control. The forest recreation areas are open from sunrise to sunset and the other forest areas are open an hour and a half before sunrise and after sunset. See Details
Thames River Heritage Park Water Taxi Thames River Heritage Park Water Taxi is a dog-friendly attraction in Connecticut. You can hop on the taxi with your pup in your arms or they can walk the plank, oo-arrrr me hearties, safely on and off board instead. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. the water taxi makes three stops each hour in a continuous hop on-hop off loop beginning and ending at Fort Trumbull. After 7 p.m. the water taxi runs between City Pier, New London and Thames River Landing, Groton every 20 minutes. The area is known for having a colorful and interesting history. The water taxi is seasonal, so give them a call first to make sure they are running when you plan on visiting. See Details
Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park Dogs are allowed at Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park. This historic site is home to Fort Griswold, which is known for being taken by the British forces in 1781. You can jump on the pet-friendly Thames River Heritage Park Water Taxi and head on down to the old fort site. The rolling hills and historic buildings are well worth the trip. The park is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9am to 5pm. See Details
Nehantic State Forest Dogs are allowed on leashes at Nehantic State Forest. This was the first state park in New London County and is home to wooded areas, Norwich Pond, and Uncas Lake. You and Fido can relax next to the water at one of the picnic areas on the park. Nehantic State Forest is open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
Bozrah Farmers Market Bozrah Farmers Market is pet-friendly, as long as dogs are on a leash and well-behaved. Wander the aisles of vendors and enjoy live music and a bite to eat from the food trucks. With 40 vendors, there's something for everyone. The market runs every Friday from July through October See Details
Moowen State Park Moowen State Park, previously known as Red Cedar Lake State Park, is pet-friendly. You can bring Fido with you to wander this densely wooded park, where you'll discover the remnants of old camps, including a chimney and the concrete foundation of the main hall of the camp. Moowen State Park is open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
Salt Rock State Campground Dogs are welcome to stay at Salt Rock State Campground. The campground is set among 149-acres of woodland and is adjacent to the waterfront of Shetucket River, where you and Fido can fish with a license. The campground and surrounding area contains swimming pools, walking trails, restrooms, and a number of other useful amenities. Pet owners are reminded that they must keep Fido on a leash on the premises and that there is a maximum of two pets per campsite. The park grounds are open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
Preston Ridge Vineyard Situated on 60 bucolic acres just 15 miles from the Long Island Sound, Preston Ridge Vineyard is located where the peak of a ridge provides breathtaking views of the Connecticut countryside for over 20 miles. Visit with your leashed dog for an outdoor wine tasting with some live music during the weekend. See Details