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Dog Areas in Ontario, NY

6 Parks
2 Trails
3 Eateries
5 Groomers
Ontario is a lovely small town in New York right on the shores of Lake Ontario, from which it gets its name, and east of Rochester. The residents of this lakeside town loves their pups, and besides its parks, Ontario offers three veterinarians, making Ontario a great spot to visit with Fido.

If Fido is itching for a walk and some fresh air, make sure to visit one of the great parks that Ontario has to offer. Casey Park is a dogtastic park to explore, and features some great amenities. Take advantage of the picnic tables, baseball fields, and open space where Fido can run around. The park also has a great walking trail throughout it for hiking, and if you both like spending your time on a boat, there is a boat ramp for the lake. The park is open from 9 a.m. to dusk, which gives the two of you plenty of time to have a good day out.

Make sure to stop in and get a bite to eat at Vicaris Pizzeria. This pawesome pizza joint is a casual eatery that dishes out a wide variety of Italian fare. They offer appetizers, wings, pizza, and salads. Their outdoor patio is dog friendly, and they welcome Fido to grab a bite to eat with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ontario, NY

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 264/sq mi

    #1 Pultneyville

    If Fido gets hangry, check out the Pultneyville Deli Company. This great eatery is in Williamson, and only five miles out of Ontario. They dish out classic deli favorites, but also some unusual deli items like hamburgers with chips or tacos. If the weather is permitting, they welcome your pup to join you on their outdoor patio to enjoy a tasty meal with you. Work off those calories afterwards with a walk through the B. Forman Park, a lakeside 25 acre area with ball fields and lots of green space, pavilions, volleyball net, and restrooms. 
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,022/sq mi

    #2 Point Pleasant

    The Hojack Trail is a great trail to explore with Fido and get a good day of exercise in. Located in Webster, and only eleven miles out of Ontario, your pup won't mind the small car ride to check out this trail. Perfect for any hiker and their dog, the trail extends for 4.8-miles with a surface of cinder, crushed stone, and dirt. The beginning of the trail will take you through a red pine forest, and then it will take you out to a vista point by the lake. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you hike, and don't forget your water and clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,068/sq mi

    #3 Kemp-Erie

    Twelve miles out of Ontario in Macedon is the Canalway Trail-Erie Canal Heritage Trail. With 280-miles of an asphalt, concrete, and crushed stone trail surface, your pup will love exploring  this trail. Following the Erie Canal, the trail is popular among skaters, fishers, horseback riders, walking, and skiers. Your dog needs to remain on leash throughout your hike, but will love all the smells he can sniff and the exploring he can do. The trail will wind through woods and has a huge walking path which will give you and Fido plenty of room. Make sure to remember water and clean up bags, as none are available along the way.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 472/sq mi

    #4 Wedgewood/ Parkwood

    Head into Penfield, which is twelve miles out of Ontario, and grab some food at the plethora of dog friendly restaurants that the town has to offer. Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria serves a variety of Italian style dishes including salads, calzones, subs, and wraps. Bill Gray's serves American fare including burgers, hot dogs, and chicken dishes. All of these tasty restaurants offer dog friendly patios and welcome your pup to join you for a tasty bite to eat. You and your pup will be feeling full and satsified on your way back home.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,166/sq mi

    #5 Bramble Ridge

    The Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Trail is a great path to explore with your pup. The trail is in Fairport, which is sixteen miles out of Ontario, and a nice area to explore with your furry friend by your side. With 4.5-miles of trail to hike with a crushed stone surface, the trail is usually used by walkers, bikers, and horseback riders, so make sure to keep Fido on a leash while you walk so he doesn't get scared of other people. Also don't forget your water and clean-up bags while you are out and about.
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