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Geneva is proud to claim the title of "Trout Lake Capitol of the World". Whether you want to debate their claim or not, fishing is a huge draw. This town is located on the shores of Seneca Lake. Lakefront views are both common and impressive, so get ready to see a lot as you explore this amazing, dog-friendly city. There are three vet clinics in Geneva, just one sign that this city takes care of canines. Looking for a good night out with a good dog? Bottomless Brewing serves craft brews made on a working farm to a dog-friendly patio!
Genesee Park in Geneva is a beautiful place to go for walks and selfies with the local historic architecture in the background! This park lacks a playground, leaving more room for walking your dog... and fewer crowds, so shy dogs (and owners) can be comfortable.
You should also see Ridgewood Park! This park is mostly sports fields, giving it a great balance of walkability for dogs and something to do and see for humans!
Looking for a puppy palace to spend your nights in? Look no further than Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Geneva or Americas Best Value Inn Geneva for pet friendly accomodations with modest pet fees.
From brewing to fishing to lakeside relaxing, Geneva can be you and your dog's home away from home.
Seneca Lake State Park can't be missed. You can't fully appreciate Geneva without seeing the gem at the heart of the Genesee neighborhood. This 141-acre park is a treat in every sense. Nestled at the tip of Seneca Lake, this park preserves the naturally beauty of the finger lakes. Your dog is welcome to accompany you, provided you can stick to the rules. Your pup has to be leashed at all times, and keep an eye out for signs; while most of the trails in Seneca Lake State Park are dog-friendly, some are preserved for wildlife that wouldn't be too comfortable with your tame wolf around!
Junior sports fans will love Nieder Park! It's a great place to take the whole family to get back to nature, run out some energy, and remember how to have fun. If you're looking for a quick and easy walk for your dog, Nieder Park is also great for that! Leashed dogs are welcome inside the park as long as they're well mannered and picked up after. While the park doesn't have running paths, they do have a large field that isn't marked off for sports. This is typically a runner's area, and your dog is welcome to join you getting your laps in!
Richards Park in Castle Heights has a great view of the water! The extra elevation translates into gorgeous photo ops that you just can't pass up. The park has some of the standard attractions such as a playground and some open sports fields, but the view is what can't be beat. Bring your lunch to Richards Park to relax with the view. You can also use it to take your mind off of monotonous daily walks with your pup. Richards Park doesn't have a lot of trails, but they do have a path that runs along the water side of the park.
Washington St. Park is a small neighborhood park. It provides the basics that a park ought to have. Green grass, some play equipment, and some benches make this a convenient place to get in your dog's daily walks. If you want something a little more unique, there are two dog-friendly dining options in The Arbors. The first is Club 86 Bagels & Cakes. This place focuses on fresh food straight from the grill or oven, from breakfasts to lunches, hot dogs to fresh cakes. They have an extensive outdoor seating area! You can also try Kindred Fare. Kindred Fare focuses on New American food and emphasises local flavors and ingredients wherever possible! They also have a dog-friendly patio.
Western Gardens in Geneva is home to two amazing parks. The first is Geneva Bark Park! This dog park is pawfect for pets who love to romp, play, and make new friends! It can be crowded, so if your dog is shy, this may not be a good fit. Leash up and head to Jefferson Park instead. This park has a playground and walking trails, and your pup will love the chance to burn off energy on leash. Wrap up your day with Dana's Time Out. This dog-friendly restaurant serves up bar bites and tasty treats. Sit on the patio with a drink and a snack and enjoy Geneva's dog-friendly culture.
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