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Dog Areas in East Bloomfield

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Peaceful and semi-rural, East Bloomfield, NY sits just south of Rochester on the edge of New York State’s Finger Lake District. This small, family-friendly town is rich in history -- East Bloomfield’s agricultural heritage goes all the way back to 1798. East Bloomfield mills once produced the best flour in the world, with Genese Flour Bloomfield in demand all over the globe during the 1800s. 

These days, East Bloomfield is a half-rural, half-bedroom community -- a perfect place for anyone looking to press "paws" on the big city grind! East Bloomfield may be small, but there’s certainly room for a veterinary clinic, and 24-hour care is available right in town.

East Bloomfield doesn’t have its own dog park, but you and your pooch can still sniff out some exercise options! If your furry friend likes hiking, you’re in luck -- the Finger Lakes District is famous for both its wine and its scenery, and East Bloomfield is surrounded by pawesome trails for you two to explore. For doggy dining, check out Cheap Charlie’s. This East Bloomfield gem does a great fish fry, and caters to canines outside. You’ll need to drive a ways to find off-leash adventures, but don’t worry -- you’ll find all sorts of pup-friendly activities just a little fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Bloomfield

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 463/sq mi

    #1 South Victor

    While some preserves in the East Bloomfield area are off-limits to non-residents, visitors can still find plenty of hiking options! Take a short drive to the nearby town of Victor and you and your pooch can hike a stretch of the Great Auburn Trail, a furrifically dog-friendly trek running from east to west along the former railbed of the Auburn and Rochester Railroad. The walk is flanked by gorgeous woodland, but that’s not the only draw -- the Auburn Trail is becoming known as Victor’s Art Trail, with sculptures and murals by local artists dotted along the route.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 184/sq mi

    #2 Canandaigua City Center

    Canandaigua is a real mutts-visit. The town is home to its very own section of the Ontario Pathways, a 23-mile hiking trail running all the way from Phelps to Canandaigua, taking in some truly splendid scenery along the way. The main trail doesn’t have much of an incline, but fitter furry friends looking for a  challenge might find one on some of the loop trails branching off from the main section! After you two are all walked out, consider stopping in at the Salty Dog. Though this locally-owned pet store specializes in fish, they stock some all-natural treats that your pooch will find im-paws-sible to resist!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,713/sq mi

    #3 Browncroft

    You’ll need to drive all the way to Browncroft, Rochester to find a fenced area where your furry friend can run free, but once your pooch is let loose in Ellison Dog Park, you two might decide that the trip was worth it! Make no bones about it -- if your buddy likes swimming as part of their off-leash adventures, they’ll have a whale of a time splashing about in the pond. There’s plenty of room in both the large and small dog areas for your pup to leap about to their heart’s content. Bags and water are provided, so just bring your pooch and prepare to play!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 481/sq mi

    #4 Himrod

    While you're in wine country, it’d be a huge faux paw not to go for a tasting! Many wineries in the Finger Lakes District are dog-friendly, but the Heron Hill Tasting Room is a real standout. The dog-loving staff welcomes wagging tails with open arms, and there are even pet treats on sale in the tasting rooms! The on-site restaurant also caters to doggy diners, and they’ll even put out water for your pooch on a hot day! Not only that, but the outdoor seating area boasts a fantastic view over Cananduigua Lake.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 655/sq mi

    #5 Mendon Ponds Park

    Mendon Ponds Park really has something for everyone -- there are facilities for boating, fishing, horseback-riding and even cross-country skiing in the winter -- but it’s the trail system that makes this park a really grrreat spot to bring your pooch! Mendon Ponds Park has a whopping 31 miles of trails winding throughout more than 2,500 acres of natural wonderland. There’s a trail here to suit every age and ability, from the most athletic animals to the biggest couch pup-tatoes. You and your pooch can wander through woodland, stroll past streams, and gaze at glacial lakes. Remember to bring your own waste bags and water!
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