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Dog Areas in Salisbury Mills

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Salisbury Mills is a rural community that's close to several state parks, forestland, and  a few trails. Dogs and their owners can enjoy the outdoor recreation opportunities in this area. When you need professional care for your pup, you'll find a few veterinary clinics in Washingtonville, just three miles west of here.

Take your pup about nine miles south of Salisbury Mills to Earl Reservoir Park in Highland Mills to treat him to some off-leash time. There's a dog park located on Schunnemunk Road in this facility. You can also hike along the trail that loops around the reservoir as long as your canine companion is on a leash.

When you want to go on a pawtastic hike with your pooch, head about 11 miles southwest to Chester. In this community, you can connect to the Orange Heritage Trail. A part of the Rails-to-Trails conservancy, this paved pathway stretches from Harriman to Goshen and allows dogs on a leash.

For an outdoor adventure with your special pal, drive to Goosepond Mountain State Park, located about 15 miles southwest of Salisbury Mills. Dogs on a leash are permitted in this expansive natural area. Here, you can take a fairly easy 5-mile hike on the Goose Pond Mountain Trail.

With all the trails and state parks that are near Salisbury Mills, dogs and their owners have plenty of op-paw-tunities to get out and explore the outdoors in this area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Salisbury Mills

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    Population Density 2,183/sq mi

    #1 Salisbury Mills

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    Salisbury Mills is a lakeside residential neighborhood where dogs and their owners can stroll down quiet streets. When you want to go on a pawsome outdoor adventure with your pup, head to the Trestle Trail in Schunnemunk State Park. This 1.7-mile trail climbs the western side of Schunnemunk Mountain and has spectacular views of Skytop Tower and the Catskills. Connect with other trails that cross the mountain if you want to extend your hike. The full loop of trails is an 8-mile hike. Dogs are permitted to join you provided you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste.
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    Population Density 1,911/sq mi

    #2 Beaverdam Lake

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    Beaverdam Lake, located adjacent to Salisbury Mills, is a delightful place for dog lovers and their four-footed pals. Here, you can enjoy quiet days on the water. For some puptacular hiking, take a drive to the Stewart State Forest. Take Weed Road/New Road into the forest to connect with one of the many trails in the area. Hike through wetlands, forests, and fields in this 6,700-acre facility. There are over 22 miles of trails here for you to explore with your furry friend. The park is open year round, except during big-game hunting season. Dogs are allowed to join you provided that you keep them under control and clean up their waste.
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    Population Density 197/sq mi

    #3 West Cornwall

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    Located just to the east of Salisbury Mills, the neighborhood of West Cornwall is a sprawling rural community. In this area, you can take your dog for a walk along forested roads or head down to the trailhead for the Blackrock Forest Northern Loop. Starting from the parking area at Mine Hill Road, you and Fido can hike through this expansive forest. With over 30 miles of footpaths and trails, you and your special pal will get plenty of exercise here. Dogs on leashes are allowed to accompany you. Remember to bring along water for your hike and to pick up any waste.
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    Population Density 1,818/sq mi

    #4 Cornwall

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    The neighborhood of Cornwall, located about five miles east of Salisbury Mills, is primarily a residential area. Here, you can walk your leashed pup down tree-lined streets. When you want to treat your four-footed pal to some off-leash exercise, head over to the Cornwall Bark Park on Muser Drive. This facility has separate fenced fields for small and large dogs, and benches within each play area. Next to the enclosure, there's a picnic pavilion where you and your special buddy can grab a snack after playtime. Dogs must be up to date on vaccinations and responsive to owners' commands. You are responsible for picking up your pup's waste.
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    Population Density 1,934/sq mi

    #5 Cornwall-On-Hudson

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    Located six miles east of Salisbury Mills, the neighborhood of Cornwall-on-Hudson is a residential area on the Hudson River. In this area, dogs and their owners have easy access to a furriffic state forest with extensive trails. Take your furry pal to Storm King State Park to explore this undeveloped forest. For a challenging hike,  connect with the Howell Trail off Mountain Road. This moderate difficulty pathway is a 3.5-mile round trip. Dogs are welcome to accompany their owners, provided they're on a leash and under control. Be sure to bring your own water and waste bags to clean up after your pup.
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