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Dog Areas in Ransomville

Ransomville is a Hamlet in Niagara County, New York in the Town of Porter with a population of nearly 1,500 people. Ransomville began as an agricultural community that was once home to the largest poultry farm in the United States, but today it is more of a residential community with several places of worship, schools, and other features of a great small town. Many Ransomville homes have large yards that are pawfect for dog owners who want a big space for their pet to run around outside. Ransomville doesn't have its own off-leash dog park, but there are lots of on-leash places to explore, and in the surrounding towns, there are several dog parks and trails to visit.

The Niagara Falls State Park is less than a half-hour drive from Ransomville. Here, you can walk your dog along the river on the paths that lead to the falls. Dogs must be on a leash while you're here, and leash laws are enforced by State Parks Police. Niagara Falls State Park is one of the most stunning sights on earth, and being able to see the Falls with your four-legged best friend makes it much more magical! Don't miss out on visiting Ransomville and getting to know the area with your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ransomville

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    Population Density 1,018/sq mi

    #1 East Amherst

    Just 22 miles, or a half-hour drive, from Ransomville is The Paw Park in East Amherst, New York. The Paw Park has a section for dogs over 30 pounds and another for smaller dogs. It is fully fenced in and perfect for an off-leash romp. This dog park runs entirely on donations, and the community takes great pride in making sure it's a clean and safe place for dogs and their people to visit. The Paw Park provides visitors with waste clean-up materials, and in the warm months, there is drinking water for dogs, but if you visit in the cold months, be sure to bring your own.
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    Population Density 901/sq mi

    #2 Northeast Tonawanda

    Ellicott Island Park in Tonawanda, New York is a very special place to take your dog, and it's only 17 miles and less than a half-hour drive from Ransomville. The Ellicott Island Bark Park is an off-leash area for dogs, and one of the things that makes it so unique is that, instead of being fenced in, it's an island, so it has a natural boundary. This large park has shade, seating, and even a small outdoor library for human visitors. In addition to lots of space to run around, there is swimming and beach access for dogs, picnic tables, gardens, and fresh water for dogs to drink.
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    Population Density 1,354/sq mi

    #3 East Lewiston

    The Lewiston Dog Park in Lewiston, New York is less than 10 miles and only a 15-minute drive from Ransomville. This large dog park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and it's open 24 hours a day, although it isn't lighted. This park overlooks the Niagara Gorge walking trail, so you're sure to see some glorious sights on your visit. There is some agility equipment in the Lewiston Dog Park, and the park also provides visitors with seating, waste clean-up supplies, and water stations for dogs. Throughout the park, there are several trees which not only look beautiful, but also provide shade for visitors on hot days.
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    Population Density 11,014/sq mi

    #4 Black Rock

    Black Rock is a neighborhood in northwest Buffalo that is about a 35-minute drive from Ransomville. This neighborhood is home to LaSalle Park's off-leash area, The Barkyard. This dog park is approximately 70,000 square feet, and that space includes a separate enclosed section just for small dogs. The Barkyard is wheelchair-accessible, and the features double gates for added security. Throughout the park, there is seating, shade shelters, and running water. The Barkyard is always looking for volunteers and donors to help keep the park a fun and safe place for local dogs and their humans to come play.
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    Population Density 10,740/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Buffalo

    The Amherst State Park in northeast Buffalo is about 25 miles from Ransomville, and it's a must-see place if you're in the area. This 77-acre park has gorgeous walking trails where your dogs are welcome to join you, but they must be kept on a leash at all times. Amherst State Park is a popular spot for families to come and spend a full day together while they take in the opportunities for picnicking, bird watching, fishing, and walking or jogging along the trails. There are eight separate trails within Amherst State Park, and each one allows leashed dogs to join their owners.
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