Could any place be more pawfectly pleasant than Pleasantville, New York? With its lush woods, pawdorable shops and restaurants, charming historical buildings, and pawsome parks, Pleasantville has a little something fur everyone. Pleasantville is also home to Pace University, whose mascot is the Pace Setter, a loveable basketball-Jersey wearing dog. There are also 3 veterinarians right in town to keep your pup healthy.
If your dog is just begging for a walk, the North County Trail offers a puptastic path. This converted retired railway offers 22 miles of wooded views. As long as you’re using a leash, you and your dog can enjoy a woofderful walk here. Find the trailhead at the Eastview Bark and Ride Lot, where you can also park your car. Bring some water and waste bags for your dog.
Terrier-ble sweet tooths can be satisfied at Flour and Sun Bakery on Washington Avenue. They’ll serve you something to drool over. Try out one of their homemade cupcakes in flavors like red velvet, PB&J, vanilla salted caramel, or tiramisu, or simple on some bubble tea. Your dog won’t be able to resist begging for a bite at one of their outdoor tables.
Whether you want idyllic meadows, mom-and-pop shops, wooded trails, or quaint restaurants, puptastic Pleasantville is the place to go!