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Dog Areas in Oppenheim

Originally settled by German immigrants, modern Oppenheim is a community in the southwestern part of Fulton County, about 45 minutes east of Utica. While this city is a lovely place for humans, it may be not that snifftastic for Fido. The area lacks parks and features almost no amenities. If you need a pet-friendly hotel, you will have to drive a short distance out of town. You will have to travel for some vet help as well. The closest places with pet-friendly amenities include Utica and Johnstown.

Even though there's not much in town for dogs to do, don't discount Oppenheim just yet. Just a bone's throw away, in nearby St. Johnsville, you'll find Crystal Grove Diamond Mine, a spacious campground close to a real diamond mine! It’s a pet- and kid-friendly facility that's open mid-April through mid-October, offering cabins and any accommodations you may need.

Your Scooby will love sniffing out the mystery of the mine and taking an on-leash trip with you! You can even try your hand at mining. Some crystals are easy to find, so you might just leave with some shiny souvenirs! Apart from this attraction, there’s a beautiful creek nearby where you can stroll along with Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oppenheim

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 90/sq mi

    #1 Rockwood


    If you travel just a bit farther east of Oppenheim, you will spot Rockwood, a small community hidden behind Rockwood State Forest. The area has a church, a small mart, and a decent fast food restaurant in case you are starving! But that’s not all -- Royal Mountain Campsites is a snifftastic campground in the southernmost part of town. It’s open from May to mid-October and welcomes pooches on-leash! Rent an accommodation at the base of the Adirondack Mountains and enjoy the area's natural beauty. You and Fido are also welcome to engage in all kinds of activities, including fishing, sports, and strolls on the nature trails.

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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 67/sq mi

    #2 Little Falls


    About 20 minutes southwest of Oppenheim, the town of Little Falls is a wonderful place for history-loving hounds to explore. Attractions here include Ted Twin Bridge, Western Park Gazebo, and Historic Pump House. The city center is small but bustling! You can stroll through City of Little Falls Veterans Memorial Park, a great place to watch a baseball game and support the local players! This is a perfect place to warm up before you head to Moreland Park, a cool family-friendly spot with an open space to explore with your leashed Fido! You will fall in love with the park's walking trails and picnic facilities!

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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #3 South Herkimer Village


    The southern part of the quaint village of Herkimer is a friendly community with easy freeway access. The area overlooks Mohawk River, offering beautiful waterfront views. If you're planning to explore here with Fido, start with Tony Bagetta Mini Park, a small green area in the urban district with lots of shade and open space to walk around. Pooches are welcome on-leash! You may also want to check out Arc Park, a wheelchair-accessible park with a playground. Finish your day at Salvatore’s on W German St. This is a pet-friendly Italian restaurant with a home-like atmosphere and outdoor seating. Bone Appetit!

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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,765/sq mi

    #4 S Park Drive/Albany St


    S Park Dr/Albany St is a residential neighborhood in the southeastern corner of Utica, NY. The area is just a skip and a hop from Mohawk Valley Community College. You will love this quiet area made up of high-rise apartments and small single-family homes! Why? At least two reasons, the first of which is T.R. Proctor Park, a vast recreation area with majestic walking trails! It’s a real oasis for those who like hiking and outdoor sports. And, let's be honest, what pooch doesn't? The second reason is the park's neighbor, F.T. Proctor Park. This park is the smallest of Utica's parks, but this terrain is a gem for every sports lover!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 357/sq mi

    #5 New Hartford


    Hidden away from the central part of New Hartford, Sherrill Brook Park stretches along New Paris Road. This recreation facility has plenty of outdoor opportunities for every family member! You can stop by with Fido and enjoy the main park, with open space, walking trails, and picnic amenities. The place is perfect if you have been on the road for a while and need to stretch your legs. If you want to play off-leash in a designated doggy area, you will have to fill out an application from on-site or online. The dog park is a fenced, 2-acre facility where pups can play, frisk, and sniff out new furry friends!

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