Other Dog Activities in New City, NY

There are 5 other dog friendly attractions within 20 miles of New City. 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 New City.

Pet Friendly Russell Farms Community Park
Russell Farms Community Park Dogs are welcome in this 5-acre park as long as they are kept on-leash. The park is designed to be a haven for nature lovers and dogs will definitely enjoy the walking trails on-site. Trails are red gravel. There are two dog clean-up stations, several benches along the trail, and a grass field in the center. Parking is on a gravel lot. See Details
Pet Friendly Stuart's Fruit Farm
Stuart's Fruit Farm Dogs are welcome to join their owners as they pick apples at this family-operated farm located in Westchester County (about an hour outside of New York City) that has been open since 1828. Visit Stuart's Fruit Farm in the Autumn for apple picking, peach picking, and to visit the pumpkin patch. In the winter, come to the farm to cut down a Christmas tree. Flowers and vegetable plants are available for purchase in the spring. Stuart's Farm is open daily from 9am - 6pm. See Details
Gun Hill Brewing Company Gun Hill Brewing Company is pet-friendly. This local New York brewery is proud of their roots, and New York brewing brethren. The taproom offers a selection of drafts for visitors to enjoy. Dogs a welcome at this brewery, as long as they are leashed and well behaved. Gun Hill Brewing Company is open Monday through Wednesday from 2:30pm to 9:00pm, Thursday from 1:00pm to 11:00pm, Friday from 1:00pm to 12:00am, Saturday from 12:00pm to 12:00am, and Sunday from 12:00pm to 10:00pm. See Details
Hartsdale Pet Cemetery Hartsdale Pet Cemetery is the oldest operating pet cemetery in the world and the only pet cemetery listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It also is home to pet adoption fairs, a blessing of the animals ceremony, guided walking tours, and the War Dog Memorial ceremony. Leashed dogs are welcome on the grounds. See Details
War Dog Memorial The War Dog Memorial located in Hartsdale Pet Cemetery was erected in 1923 to pay tribute to the 7,000 military canines who assisted wounded soldiers on the battlefield as Red Cross Mercy Dogs during World War I. The bronze shepherd standing at attention atop the 10-ton granite monument is draped in a Red Cross blanket with a soldier’s canteen and dented helmet resting near his front paws. Leashed sog are permitted to visit the memorial. See Details