Other Dog Activities in New York, NY

There are 26 other dog-friendly attractions in New York. 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 York.

Pet Friendly Seastreak Ferries
Seastreak Ferries Bring Fido for a trip with Seastreak Ferries in New York, NY! This pet-friendly company welcomes leashed pets on the outdoor decks and small pups in carries inside the vessel. Note that dogs are not permitted on any special event trip or the NJ/NYC service to Martha’s Vineyard/Nantucket. See Details
Pet Friendly Bryant Park
Bryant Park Bryant Park in New York, NY, is dog friendly! You can bring your leashed pups to enjoy the area around the lush lawns as long as you pick up anything that they leave behind. This recreation area is nestled in a canyon of skyscrapers, making it a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle with your pup. This city park is full of historical monuments and urban amenities. See Details
NYC Ferry NYC Ferry is a pet-friendly tour company in New York, NY. They offer six routes and one seasonal weekend route, connecting ferry piers in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. Dogs are welcome on board as long as they are muzzled and/or contained within a carrier. See Details
The Battery Leashed pets can join you in designated areas of The Battery in New York, NY, set right on the water with views of the Statue of Liberty. The historic, dog-friendly park features breathtaking harbor views, vast perennial gardens, bike paths, grand lawns, an urban farm and a SeaGlass carousel. See Details
William Secord Gallery William Secord Gallery is a dog-friendly art gallery in New York, NY. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you as you browse the 19th and 20th-century paintings. Dog lovers will be enthralled with the selection of original dog paintings, books and more. You can even commission a portrait of Fido! See Details
Queen Mary II Queen Mary II is a pet-friendly cruise ship that travels between New York and Southampton, UK. A kennel master will look after your pooch during the journey, clean up, and even walk them in the recreation area. Dogs heading to the U.K. from the U.S. will require microchipping, rabies vaccinations, tapeworm and flea and tick treatment (within a certain time of your trip), and a pet passport. Pets in the upper kennels must weigh under 26 lbs, and larger animals are housed in the lower kennels. See Details
Manhattan Kayak Co. Paddle with your best friend at summer Splash for Dogs, a dog-friendly activity run by Manhattan Kayak Co. in New York, NY. No experience is necessary when bringing Fido aboard a kayak or paddle board during this fun lesson for beginners. Get outfitted, learn basic strokes, and launch at the Pier 84 Boathouse. After you've found your sea legs, set out on a 45 minute cruise of the cove. Staff are on-hand and positioned in the water to supervise this exciting excursion and ensure you and your pup stay safe. Dogs weighing up to 50 lbs can join their owner on a single kayak, double kayak, or paddle board. Dogs over 50 lbs are assigned to the the big easy boards so you can both sit comfortably, and dogs under 15 lbs can ride together. See Details
Charging Bull Statue Can your dog grab the bull by the paws? Bring Fido along to see the dog-friendly, famous Charging Bull Statue designed by Maestro Arturo Di Modica. The iconic sculpture is located in Bowling Green, New York, NY, at the intersections of Broadway and Morris St, a block north of the South Ferry building at the southern tip of Manhattan Island. See Details
American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog Unfortunately, the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog in New York, NY, does not allow dogs inside. The museum pays homage to our best friends. This canine collection returned home to the Big Apple on February 8, 2019. Just a short walkies from Grand Central Station, you can hire the good people at Rover to dog-sit or walk your pup while checking out the exhibits. The museum is home to 180 pieces of dog artwork and several interactive exhibits spread across three stories. Train a virtual pup, check out their app and enjoy the other interactive displays. See Details
Thomas Taft Salon Leashed dogs are welcome inside the Thomas Taft Salon in the Upper East Side of New York, NY. This pet-friendly business offers a variety of services, including haircuts, treatments, extensions, soothing, wigs, events and more. See Details
Thomas Taft Salon Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners at the pet-friendly Thomas Taft Salon in the SoHo neighborhood of New York, NY. They offer a range of services, including haircuts, coloring, barbering, wigs, treatments, extensions, braids and more. See Details
City Hops City Hops is a pet-friendly craft beer store and tavern located in Stonehenge 61 in New York, NY. Leashed pups are welcome to join their owners inside this Upper East Side bar. Whether you're stopping in to pick up a pack of your favorite drinks or sitting at the counter and treating yourself to a glass of wine, this is a great spot to check out with Fido! See Details
Fort Tryon Park Fort Tryon Park is said to be one of the most beautiful recreation spaces in New York, NY. This community park receives visitors daily due to its amenities like the Sir William's Dog Run, The Met Cloisters, the Heather Garden, playgrounds and more. Fido is welcome to join you at this riverside park as long as he remains leashed during your walk. See Details
Riverside Park Riverside Park is a popular public recreation space on the Hudson River in New York, NY. Leashed dogs are welcome to visit this park with their owners. This community recreation area has many amenities, including six separate dog runs located at different sites, playgrounds, sports courts, picnic areas, skateparks, boat launch sites and more. See Details
Peter Detmold Park Peter Detmold Park is a pet-friendly community recreation space in New York, NY. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners for a stroll through this park. Let Fido play and socialize off-leash at the designated dog run. See Details
Marcus Garvey Park New York, NY, is home to the dog-friendly Marcus Garvey Park. This community recreation area allows dogs to join their owners as long as they are leashed for their visit. Parkgoers utilize this space's amenities, including the dog run, basketball courts, baseball fields, outdoor pools, playgrounds and more. See Details
Coleman Playground Leashed pups are welcome to visit Coleman Playground with their owners. This dog-friendly recreation area in New York, NY, features several amenities, including a dog run, playgrounds, baseball fields, spray showers, handball courts, slate parks and more. Fido may only roam off-leash when in the designated dog run. See Details
St. Nicholas Park Basketball courts, playgrounds, a dog run, handball courts, and spray showers are just some of the amenities that visitors will find at St. Nicholas Park. This recreation area in New York, NY, permits leashed dogs to join their owners when visiting this park. Fido may only be off-leash in the designated dog run area. See Details
Theodore Roosevelt Park Theodore Roosevelt Park is a community recreation area in the Upper West Side of New York, NY, surrounding the American Museum of Natural History. This pet-friendly area welcomes leashed pups to explore with their owners. Parkgoers enjoy this space for its amenities, including an off-leash dog run, walking paths and eateries. See Details
J. Hood Wright Park New York, NY, is home to the dog-friendly J. Hood Wright Park. Many visit this public recreation space daily for numerous amenities, including basketball, handball, and volleyball courts, a playground, a dog run and more. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans at this park; just ensure they remain on a leash until within the dog run. See Details