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Endicott has long been a cultural center. This small town packs a big personality, including a thriving Little Italy. Endicott is also a town that loves dogs! Look no further than the community's four vet offices to see that! Dive fearlessly into all that Endicott has to offer because you know your pet will always be taken care of.
The Jennie F Snap Park in Endicott is the perfect place to get everyone together. Leashed dogs are allowed in the park, so you and a litter of your closest pals are always welcome. The park features some play equipment and sports fields, but also a lot of open green space, and enough picnic tables for a while crew!
You can also explore Grippen Park. This Endicott center is most well known for having an indoor BMX track, but your dog will enjoy making tracks outside! Follow the hiking trail for some great views of the river, but remember to bring your own water if you're leaving the park's center.
Pine Valley Campground in Endicott will let your pet sleep at your campsite for a small pet fee.
Come down to Endicott, New York, to explore regional history and a dog-friendly vacation.... or make it permanent by moving in!
George W. Johnson Park in Endicott's Little Italy is a simple park with two distinct sections. The first is larger, and filled to the brim with sports fields, including a baseball diamond, and a playground. The other is open space with green grass, a small gazebo, and room to romp! Let your dog follow his nose all over this field and you'll see there's always something to explore even in a small park! Of course, if you'd rather put your head down and power walk your way through to a tired out pup, this park's size is perfect. A couple laps should be all you need!
Glendale Park in the West Corners neighborhood is a key stop on the local little league circuit! If your dog doesn't love crowds, it may be best to avoid this park on weekend mornings. If your dog is a social pup who loves to people watch, this park is great any time! Aside from baseball practice and games, the park also has a few gazebos. They're great for gathering together with a grill and some great food, or just taking a breather on your walk! Dogs have to be leashed in Glendale Park, and bring a doggie bowl so your pup can use the fountains!
The Roundtop Picnic Area is a hidden gem of Endicott. Locals know it, but people who aren't from the area are inclined to pass it by. The picnic area is long and narrow, so while it doesn't look like much from the short side, there's a lot more to it than you see! Walk through and you'll discover a couple of pavilions great for a party and room to have the cookout of the century! Whether you're up for a relaxing walk away from crowds or you're just wanting to see Endicott like a local, Roundtop Picnic Area is pawsome. Dogs do have to remain on leash while inside the park.
The West Endicott Park in the similarly named West Endicott neighborhood separates itself from the competition with ease. The main draw for kids (and fun-loving adults!) is the carosel. While dogs are unfortunately not allowed to ride, anywhere with a working carousel has to be fun. Dog-friendly attractions at West Endicott Park include walking and biking paths. These trails take you slightly off the beaten path and let the stress of bustling Endicott slip away. If you're looking for a place to play or watch some local sports, this is also the park for you. A final factor is sheer size: West Endicott Park is large for the area!
Boswell Hill Park in North Endicott is a convenient community park. It serves a primarily residential area, and the setup is geared towards making sure people have a little bit of everything they need. There is a tennis court, basketball court, and a small playground. Start your trip by leashing up your pup and walking slowly around the perimeter. There are also a couple of paths that cross this small park. When you're ready to take a breather, head to the picnic table. There's a small shelter to keep off the sun and the wind! Dogs have to stay on leash in this park.
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