Chester is a quaint little town in Orange County, New York. Though there aren't many dog-friendly amenities here, Chester is a pawesome place to stay if you're travelling with your furry friend.
If you need a place to stay in Chester, check out the city's AirBnB options. Most AirBnB hosts don't charge extra fees for canine tenants, although pet policies will vary based on the host.
While you are in Chester, you have to visit the Rushing Duck Brewing Company. This brewery is a small family owned and operated business. The Rushing Duck Brewing Company is situated in the Historic District of Chester. They started selling beer in August of 2012. The great thing about this brewery is that they are so dog-friendly that they even allow dogs in the tasting room! Yep, that's right! Beer and dogs -- sounds like heaven to us!
The only rules that you have to follow if you want to bring your four-legged friend here are that your dog is well-behaved and on-leash at all times. Also, you have to know that the brewery has its own pet: a cat named James that often visits the tasting room! If your dog doesn't play well with kitties, you might want to skip this experience.
Waiting for you just 20 miles away from Chester, in central West Milford, is a unique experience. The Pequannock Feed and Pet Supply store has its own dog park: the West Milford Dog Park. This fenced, off-leash park spans one acre and is open during the store's normal operating hours. It has separate areas for small and large dogs and separate entrances as well. There is a parking lot and water available. Moreover, the park offers some agility equipment so your pup can have extra fun. The fence is approximately 6 feet tall and is very secure. The park is free, but the store owner accepts donations to help maintain the park.