Upstate New York is home to many beautiful little towns where the Appalachian Mountain views are simply breathtaking, and Sherrill is one of them. Nestled between the bigger cities of Rome and Oneida, Sherrill is a beautiful little area that people flock to for peace and quiet with the security of knowing they have everything they need just a few minutes' drive away.
While Sherrill is a wonderful place to explore upstate New York's beauty, there are no pet-friendly hotels here, but you can quickly find many in nearby Rome, less than a 15-minute drive away, and Oneida, just a five-minute drive down the road.
Sherrill, with a population density of 646, has the designation of being the least populated city in the state, which also makes it the perfect place to get away from it all. While you are visiting, check out Noyes Park, where, if there are no baseball games going on, you and Fido can see the stunning vista of the heart of Sherrill on a stroll through the park.
In case Fido has an emergency, so you will always be able to find help when you need it at the nearly ten vet clinics located between Rome and Oneida, and between those two cities and Sherrill, you will find lots to see, do, and eat!
Ready to get out and explore more of the scenic wonders of the upstate Appalachian Mountains? A mere five miles from Sherrill is the Duross Conservancy outside of Maxwell Park in Oneida. This conservancy is a full eighteen acres of trails for you and Fido to enjoy. The trails are formed in half-mile, three-quarters of a mile, and 1-mile loops, so you don't have to worry about getting lost. Restrooms and water are available, as are pavilions for picnics. The conservancy is used for hiking, biking and fishing from spring to fall, and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Fido will enjoy exploring, but must stay on a leash.