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Leashed dogs are welcome on walking paths. Bathrooms, water fountains, tables, kayak and bike rentals, and a beer garden that serves food are also available.
Pets may play off-leash at this lovely dog park with beautiful views.
The brick-and-mortar edition of the popular local food truck, the Taco Factory offers tacos and burritos in Mexican-fusion style. Vegetarian options and desserts are also available, as well as cocktails and beer at a separate counter in the same building. Dogs are allowed on their patio, and water dishes are provided.
4939 Genesee St, Buffalo, NY, US, 14225
Barkology is Buffalo’s first dog park and bar venue. Whatever the weather outside, “stop, sit and sip” with your best friend at this beautiful new facility. The venue includes a fenced dog park inside for drizzly days and an outdoor area for fun in the sun. Grab a beer, cocktail or glass of wine from the bar and watch your pooch in her element - with a bucket full of tennis balls. Daily, monthly, and annual passes are available.
2 Porter Ave, Buffalo, NY, US, 14201
This fenced dog park is a wonderful place to bring your pet for some off-leash fun. Includes separate small dog area and drinking water.
Aqua Lane, Buffalo, NY, US, 14207
Black Rock Canal Park is pet-friendly. This recreation space contains two small, enclosed, pea gravel off-leash play areas, alongside the Niagara River in Buffalo. The park is open every day of the week from 7am to 9pm Memorial Day to Labor Day and 7am to Dusk Labor Day to Memorial Day.
10 Creekside Dr, Tonawanda, NY, US, 14228
Pet owners love to bring their four-legged friends to this island park. Located in Ellicott Creek, the Ellicott Island Bark Park is unique, in that it is not fenced, but surrounded by water. Dogs are welcome to explore off-leash as long as they are cleaned up after. Ellicott Island features a doggy beach, open and shaded areas, trails, and a free library station for human visitors. Volunteers provide bowls and fresh water. Dog owners can enter Ellicott Island Bark Park at the park's double-gated footbridge.
333 Prospect St, Niagara Falls, NY, US, 14301
If you are on vacation and bring your dog along, the trails and paths at Niagara Falls, NY are dog friendly. Dogs need to be leashed and rabies vaccinated. The scenic view of the falls to the gorge can be walked with you and your dog. Again dogs must be leashed and State Parks Police will enforce this, but this a beautiful hike with you and your dog.
437 Buffalo Rd, East Aurora, NY, US, 14059
Knox Farm State Park is an expansive pet-friendly area in East Aurora, NY. Leashed dogs are welcome at this 600 acre park comprised of grasslands, woodland, ponds and wetland. There is also a 6 acre dog park divided into two areas separate areas for large and small dogs. Water spigots are provided to fill pet bowls and buckets. A maximum of two pets are permitted in day use areas and they must be leashed or crated at all times. Dogs are not allowed in playgrounds, buildings, boardwalks, golf courses, pool or guarded beaches.
300 Taylor Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, CA, L0S 1J0
Outlet Collection at Niagara a pet-friendly mall and welcomes dogs to shop with owners. Although most stores, like Bass Pro Shops, welcome dogs, some may not. Please comply with all individual stores’ policies.
450 S 4th St, Lewiston, NY, US, 14092
Two large fenced in areas, grassy, some trees, water fountains for the dogs, seating, tunnels, small bridges, waste bags. Double gate for safety. Beautiful setting over looking the niagara gorge walking trail. Park is open 24 hours but it is not lighted.
3180 De Veaux Woods Dr E, Niagara Falls, NY, US, 14305
De Veaux Woods State Park Dog Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Niagara Falls. After years of planning, the first dog park in the Falls is now officially open to the public. Federal funding covered the purchase and installation of fencing and other park furnishings. Located on a little over an acre of land, there's a section for small dogs and one for larger dogs. It also has a private run on the perimeter of the park that has the ability to close off into three private sections if you’d rather have an area for just you & your dogs. Additionally, there are doggie water fountains, disposal stations, leash holders, and benches.
2275 Dorchester Rd, Niagara Falls, ON, CA, L2E 6S4
Located at Fireman's Park, Niagara Falls Dog Park is a fenced-in space for Fido to play off-leash. The Dog Park features small dog and large dogs areas, and all visiting dogs must have valid dog license tags and vaccinations. Niagara Falls Dog Park is open daily from dawn until dusk.
400 Mill St, Williamsville, NY, US, 14221
All dogs within the park to be leashed at all times. Park visitors are asked to please clean up after their dogs.
1999 Alvin Rd, Grand Island, NY, US, 14072
Western New York Welcome Center, off Exit 19 off I-190, has a fenced-in dog park area where your dog can use the bathroom off-leash. The grounds surrounding the Welcome Center include a pet relief area, children's play area with a Great Lakes shipwreck theme, an I LOVE NY sculpture, electric vehicle charging stations, a motorcycle shelter, and parking spaces for cars, buses/RVs, and trucks.
2220 Como Park Blvd, Lancaster, NY, US, 14086
Como Lake Bark Park is an off-leash dog park located at Como Lake Park in Lancaster, NY. Fido can enjoy exploring and running with friends in two separate fenced areas for large and small dogs. A parking lot and restroom are available right in front of the dog park entrance. Please note that the park has a seasonal closure from March 1 to May 1 to protect the turf. Check their website for further details, park rules and upcoming events.
550 Smith Rd, East Amherst, NY, US, 14051
Bring Fido to The Paw Park in East Amherst, NY, with separate fenced areas for small and large dogs. The Paw Park is a non-profit organization funded entirely on donations. Dogs must be licensed, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and must wear a visible license tag while playing at this off-leash park.
300 Taylor Rd, #A1, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, CA
Very dog friendly,great way to socialize your pooch and shop at the same time
Eternal Flame Hiking Trail, Orchard Park, NY, US, 14127
Eternal Flame Falls is a dog-friendly hiking trail that will bring you to two cascades. One waterfall is 30 feet tall and the top cascade is 8 feet tall. A small opening within the shale reveals a natural gas vent that is normally ablaze (it does have to be reignited occasionally). Early spring is the best time to visit, as the creek is typically dry in warm weather. Allot an hour or more to for a round-trip hike. This can be a dangerous trail, so bring Fido only if you both are skilled hikers. Admission is free
2720 Lakeview Rd, Hamburg, NY, US, 14075
Hamburg Dog Park, also known as Rootie's Run, is a recreation area in Hamburg, NY. Bring your pooch along to play off leash at this community park. The park is fenced and welcomes well-behaved dogs to explore and socialize with other pups. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind.
10191 Old Lake Shore Rd, Irving, NY, US, 14081
Evangola State Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Irving, NY. This 733-acre park, located on the shore of Lake Erie, features several hiking trails, picnic shelters, grassy picnic areas, athletic fields and a campground. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy the park, but pets are not permitted in playgrounds, buildings, boardwalks, golf courses, pools and beaches
Discovery Way & Walnut Ave, Niagara Falls, NY, US, 14303
Niagara Gorge Trailhead offers several pet-friendly hikes in Niagara Falls, NY. Check out the Upper Great Gorge, Devil's Hole Rapids and Giant Rock, the Whirlpool Rapids Adventure, or the Great Gorge Scenic Overlook with your pooch. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore with you as you learn about the geology and local history of the gorge and falls.
332 Prospect St Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, NY, US, 14303
This easy, one-hour round trip hike begins at the Trailhead Building. There is no age requirement for this trail, and it'ss recommended for beginners. Dogs are welcome on the trail, as long as they are leashed and all mess is cleaned up after them.
Clarence, NY, US, 14031
The Clarence Pathways is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Clarence! The map below shows a trailhead where you can pick up the Clarence Pathways. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only.
Lockport, NY, US, 14094
The Erie Canalway Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Lockport! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Erie Canalway Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only.