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Dog Areas in Cooperstown, NY

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You and your barking bestie will be hitting a home run if you’re looking for some pupperific places to visit in Cooperstown, NY. Home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and once regarded as the birthplace of baseball, this village is a striking spot for any sporty Spaniel. If you’ve got a cultured canine who’s in search of some history and not bothered with back-ball hitters, then don’t worry, Cooperstown has everything any darling dog needs. 

Once referred to as the Village of Museums, this vibrant village has a lot of history. While many of the museums aren’t there anymore, Cooperstown has a national historic district with 232 contributing properties. So pop a leash on your preppy pup and take a stroll through the streets to see some super sites!

There’s a veterinary clinic in Cooperstown so you don’t have to worry about keeping that feisty fur-ball feeling fit, and if you need some fuel for a day that’s pawsitively packed with activity, then head to Bocca Osteria. Your pooch is welcome to join you in their outdoor seating and they’ll even bring Fido a bowl of water while you feast! If it’s a brewed beverage you’re after, then dog-friendly Red Shed Brewery Tap Room is the place to be. Need to walk all that off? Brookwood Point is a 22-acre property that supports a thriving ecosystem and you can pop a leash on Lassie and walk the wetland trail, frolic in forested areas or lap around the lake!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cooperstown, NY

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    Population Density 693/sq mi

    #1 Lake Street


    You certainly won’t be barking up the wrong tree if you head to Lake Street in central Cooperstown for a furrific day with your four-legged favorite! LakeFront Park offurs unrivaled views of Otsego Lake, and you can take a self-guided walking tour through the plentiful plant life, catch a concert in the grand gazebo, or pack a picnic to enjoy on the many benches set up by the water’s edge. As long as you’ve got your precious pooch on a leash, you’re free to "paws" and admire this picturesque paradise to your hearts' content! Take the short stroll down to the eastern end of Lake Street and you’ll find River Street, home to Council Rock Park. Sitting at the source of the Susquehanna River, this pawfect place boasts stunning sights and many spots for wondrous walkies. 

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    Population Density 693/sq mi

    #2 Hyde Bay


    Glimmerglass State Park is heaven for hounds all year round! With expansive green grounds, wooded wonderlands, and a dash of local history, this park has everything your adventure needs. Dogs are not allowed on the swimming beach, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be missing out on all the best bits! There are many trails on the grounds that welcome wagging woofers and waving walkers alike! The Beaver Pond Trail invites you to pawnder the beauty of nature as you loop around the pond, and the Covered Bridge Trail brings you over the bewitching bridge and encourages extra exploration with mini-trails branching off from the main pathway. The Sleeping Lion Trail is 2 miles of magnificence! This tremendous trek will take you in a ring around Mount Wellington and bring you to Hyde Hall, a National Historic Landmark. 

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    Population Density 11/sq mi

    #3 Burlington Flats


    Burlington Flats is a mutts-visit for any puptastic pair! Here you’ll find Basswood State Forrest, a treasure amongst lovers of the outdoors. Not only will this spot make you feel as though you’ve entered a forested fairytale, but there are miles of tree-lined trails to trek. The Basswood Pond Loop is 3.2-kilometer lap that follows the stream, passes beaver dams, and leads you to a beaver pond. The Blue Trail has a steep descent and crosses over a streamlet. Lassie should be leashed at all times while on these trails, and be sure to bring pooch poop packaging to keep the area clean. 

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    Population Density 1,043/sq mi

    #4 Wilber Park


    Wilber Park in Oneonta is a bone-a-fide puppy’s paradise! It has multiple levels and boasts ample amenities such as a swimming pool and tennis courts. Although your daring dog can’t go for a dip, you can both enjoy a meander through the magnificent woods. There are trails to be found on every turn of this 56-acre park and they feature a variety of terrains and difficulty levels. Leash and pooper scooper laws are in effect here, so don’t forget the doggy waste bags. If you need to chill out after all that exploring, then why not head to Golden Guernsey Ice Cream? There are even doggy cones here, so your pup can enjoy their very own pooch pop with you!

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    #5 Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park


     Named after the New York couple who originally donated the land, Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park is a doggone great place to bring your doggo! Over half of this 223-acre spread is covered in a fantastical forest of hardwood and conifer, and the rest consists of magnificent meadowlands and peaceful ponds. Cordial canines are welcome in the park as long as they have a leash and you’ve packed poop bags! Not only can you enjoy the gorgeous grounds while having a pooch picnic in the picnic areas, but you can also stretch your legs on the many trails. Andy’s Trail is one such path and it loops around the boundary of the park, covering almost 3 miles. It varies in difficulty, with some tough spots near Weeping Willow Pond but easy to follow throughout.

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