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Dog Areas in Honeoye Falls

14 Parks
1 Trail
4 Groomers
Honeoye Falls is a small village in Monroe County, and a lovely place if your pup loves the water. The Honeoye Creek features a cool waterfall that runs straight through the town. Besides a great creek, the village also offers a plethora of amazing parks to play in and a great trail to hike along with your pup. With two veterinarians, your dog will be well taken care of when you visit.

Get a good hike in on the Lehigh Valley Trail. The pawsome trail is 16.4-miles long with a mixed trail surface of ballast, cinder, dirt, and grass. The trail will take you through a park with picnic tables, a meadow, and some industrial parts of the village. Some of the trails are shaded, and occasionally you will see some natural wildlife like deer when you're hiking.

If Fido isn't in the mood to hike, take him out to the Mendon Center Park. This dogtastic park offers tennis courts, a great grass area to run, and a nice walking path to get a good walk in for the day. There isn't a lot of shade provided, so make sure to bring plenty of water while you enjoy the park together.

With the amazing parks and great hikes that you and Fido can enjoy while in Honeoye Falls, you both are going to love exploring this beautiful area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Honeoye Falls

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    Population Density 1,263/sq mi

    #1 Mendon

    Grab Fido and head out to the Mendon Ponds Park for an amazing day out. The 2,500-acre park features a mixture of woodlands, ponds, and wetlands that you and your dog can explore together. Your leashed dog is more than welcome to join you in the park to get a good walk in, sniff around, and run on the miles of grass that the park offers. Pay attention to signage when you're at the park since there are a few areas that your pup isn't allowed in the park. The park also features hiking, fishing, a playground, kayaking, boating, and camping.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,981/sq mi

    #2 Honeoye Falls

    The Henry Allen Park features tons of amenities for both you and Fido to enjoy while you are visiting. The playground, gazebo, and large grass area are perfect to explore with your furry pal. Take a walk on the trail that goes throughout the park and down to the creek. Also in tis neighborhood is Rotary Park that sits right on the Honeoye Creek, and features a large grass area, playground, restrooms, and a picnic area. Fido can get a good game of fetch in while you're here, or walk along the creek for a nice day filled with exercise.
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    Population Density 655/sq mi

    #3 Bull Saw Mill

    The Bull Saw Mill neighborhood is home to Driesbach Fields. This park is a great area to take Fido for a walk since it offers an amazing walking trail throughout it, and a huge grassy area that Fido can play fetch in or run around before heading home. The park also offers a soccer field and restrooms, and at times, can host games, so if your pup isn't a huge fan of people, you may want to consider a different park. Make sure to bring plenty of water and clean-up bags with you when you come and visit this pawsome park with you pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,250/sq mi

    #4 Plains Road

    Markus Park is a beautiful 70-acre park filled with so many pawsome activities that you and Fido can do together. The park features a playground, ball fields, volleyball court, swimming pool, three tennis courts, a basketball court, and an archery range. If you and your pup want a picnic, take advantage of the covered picnic area that the park offers. Make sure to travel along the numerous hiking trails that the park has, and let Fido splash around in the pond and stream. This park is one of the popular ones in the village, so if Fido doesn't like crowds, you may want to consider a different park.
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    Population Density 1,581/sq mi

    #5 West Rush

    If Fido likes a smaller and quieter park, check out the Monroe Street Village Park. This small park is open from dawn until dusk, giving you and your pup more then enough time to explore it. It features softball fields, a skate park, playground, and a large grass area that your pup can run and roll on. There is a great walking path that goes around the park, with benches that line it, for you and Fido to get a good walk on before heading home for the day. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you when you visit.
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