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Dog Areas in Fayetteville, NY

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2 Trails
2 Eateries

When you’re in Fayetteville, you and your dog will always be able to find fun things to do together. This lovely little village has numerous parks that welcome dogs on-leash, and it also has delicious dog-friendly restaurants. If your dog needs a check-up, there are three great veterinary clinics in Fayetteville.

If you want to go hiking with your dog, Onondaga Lake Park is the perfect choice for you. This park is 17 miles from Fayetteville, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you and your pup can explore the park’s four trails. One of the most popular trails in the park is the Shoreline Walking Trail, a paved pathway that goes along Onondaga Lake. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a furrific time exploring this beautiful park.

Clark Reservation is another great place to take your dog for an on-leash hike. This reservation is about eight miles from Fayetteville, and it’s home to stunning cliffs and rock formations, a picturesque lake, and a peaceful forest. You can see all these sights and more on Clark Reservation’s five hiking trails. You and your dog will always have fun here and in the many other pet-friendly attractions in and near Fayetteville!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fayetteville, NY

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    Population Density 657/sq mi

    #1 Green Lakes State Park

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    If you’re looking for a pawesome place to hike with your dog in Fayetteville, head to Green Lakes State Park. This park welcomes dogs on leashes that are six feet or shorter, and it has tons of trails you can hike on with your dog. Green Lakes State Park is famous for being home to two glacial lakes, Round Lake and Green Lake. If you want to hike around both these lakes, hop onto the 2.9-mile Old Growth Hiking Trail. Or, if you’re looking for a shorter but still beautiful hike, try the 1.8-mile Rolling Hills Trail. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and have a great time exploring this park with your pup.

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    Population Density 763/sq mi

    #2 Limestone Plaza

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    This Fayetteville neighborhood is home to Canal Landing Park, a neighborhood park that welcomes dogs on-leash. This park has a paved pathway that goes through a forest and along the Erie Canal, providing amazing views during your walk. Bring some doggy bags and water for you and your pup, and have a puptastic time strolling through this park. If you’re looking for a cool treat after the park, head to Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt. This frozen yogurt shop allows dogs on their outdoor benches, and they offer a wide variety of frozen yogurt flavors and customizable toppings.

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    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #3 Apulia Road

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    If your pup loves running and playing off-leash, they’re sure to enjoy spending time in Jamesville Beach Off-leash Park. This park is eight miles from Fayetteville, and it features a huge field where dogs can make new friends and run around. There are also trails where your dog can walk off-leash, and there’s a stream where they can swim or splash in the water. The off-leash area isn’t fenced, so be sure to keep your dog under voice control while they’re playing. Bring water with you, and have a fun time playing with your pup in this off-leash area.

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    Population Density 2,717/sq mi

    #4 Cold Springs Road

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    Cold Springs Road is a quiet, mostly residential neighborhood with an off-leash area that pups love: Wegman's Good Dog Park. Located 18.5 miles from Fayetteville, this dog park has two separate areas -- one for large dogs and one for small dogs. The park also has fun agility equipment, including ramps, tunnels, and hurdles. If all this playing makes your dog thirsty, water is available. If you want to get a bite to eat after the park, head to Sharkey’s Bar and Grill. Grab a table on their dog-friendly patio, and enjoy classic bar fare, including burgers, wraps, wings, and fish and chips.   

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    Population Density 3,709/sq mi

    #5 Southside

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    Located 10 miles from Fayetteville, Syracuse’s Southside neighborhood is home to a beautiful park that welcomes dogs on-leash, Elmwood Park. One of the most popular trails in this park is the Upper Tree Trail. This 1.3-mile trail takes you on a loop around the entire park, and it goes along lovely Furnace Brook. Bring some doggy bags and water, and have a furrific time exploring this park. After the park, continue your fun day out with lunch at Broadway Café. This casual café welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they serve a wide variety of delicious handcrafted sandwiches, burritos, pizzas, and salads. 

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