More than 3,500 people live in the village of South Nyack in the town of Orangetown. South Nyack was incorporated in 1878, and to this day, there are several standing historical landmarks in town. These landmarks include the Nyack Ice House, which opened in 1881, Nyack College (1897), and Carson McCullers' house (1880). South Nyack connects to many big roads, so getting to nearby cities and towns is quick and convenient. In addition to all of the historical landmarks to explore in town, there are several recreational opportunities in and around South Nyack, and many of these activities are dog-friendly!
South Nyack's very own dog park is called the Elizabeth Street Dog Park, and it's located in southeastern South Nyack. This park is one large, fenced space, and dogs aren't separated by their weight, so be prepared for your Chihuahua to make friends with a Great Dane! There's running water and bowls for dogs at the park, as well as waste disposal supplies, shade, and seating areas. During the summer, there are often plastic pools set up where dogs can cool off and swim. This is just one of several dog-friendly activities in and around South Nyack that you and your dog will enjoy!