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Dog Areas in Washingtonville

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Washingtonville is a small town with a population of a little over 5,000 people. It is located in the southern part of New York. This modest city is paralleled by Moodna Creek and is easily described as quaint. There are two vet clinics that are rather close to each other here; in fact, they’re on the same street. The city is also in the process of establishing a new dog park!

About 9 miles away is Schunnemunk Mountain State Park. Within the park are two trails: Earl Reservoir Loop and Schunnemunk Sweet Clover Trail. The loop is 2.2 miles in length and welcomes dogs on leashes. If you want a longer trail, don't fret! Sweet Clover is 6.9 miles in length and also welcomes dogs on leashes.

There are also a few Fido-friendly restaurants within a three-minute drive of each other. Brotherhood Winery is an establishment with open seating in an outdoor area that welcomes dog owners. The Vinum Cafe, a French-American cafe, along with Betty’s Country Kitchen also have outdoor patio seating where dogs are allowed and offers a decent space for the entire family.  

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  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 471/sq mi

    #1 Cornwall

    The town of Cornwall is a quick 13-minute drive away. In this town there is an open dog park, Cornwall Bark Park. When entering and exiting the park, dogs must be leashed. However, once the gate is closed, they are free to have fun! They have separate areas for large (above 30 lbs) and small dogs (30 lbs or less). If you are seeking a place to hike, look no further than Storm King State Park. The trail is 3.5 miles in length and is open to leashed pooches. If after either of those you get hungry, make your way to Storm King Tavern where you and Fido can have a nice view of the Hudson Highlands golf course!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,850/sq mi

    #2 Chester


    If you are in need of more trails, here is where you can find them! Only 7.5 miles away from Washingtonville is the town of Chester. There are two hiking trails in the more southern part of Chester. Both trails vary in length. First is the Goose Pond Mountain Trail. This trail is 5.15 miles in length and dogs are allowed on a leash so long as it is not longer than 6 feet. Next is Orange Heritage Trail, a moderate levelled trail located in the Land O Goshen Park. The trail itself is 15 miles in length and certainly dog-friendly. It is suggested that the trail is best walked anytime between March and October.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,372/sq mi

    #3 New Windsor

    If you are interested in a business that likes to give back to our four legged friends, check out Good Old Days Eco Florist. Pets are welcomed here during business hours. The staff there have treats and gifts on hand at all times to sell to make any dog happy. They also give 20% of their profits to animal rescue agencies every Saturday to support those who have yet to find their forever home. If after an eventful day of shopping you are tired, then head on over to Rita's Italian Ice. The patio outside is the pawfect place to enjoy a cold treat while your pal relaxes at your feet.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,395/sq mi

    #4 Middletown

    Though this town is a bit of a drive away, it'll be worth it when you see all that it has to offer. A joy of Middletown is the City of Middletown Dog Park. This dog park allows off-leash fun while the gates are closed, allowing furry friends to feel freedom while not getting into trouble. It has separate sections for large (over 30 lbs) and small dogs (30 lbs or less). After having some fun at the dog park, head over to The Sugar Shack Ice Cream and Grill. This Fido-friendly restaurant has outdoor tables available for everyone. Whether you're craving a substantial meal or a sweet treat, you'll find something to please both your palates here!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,982/sq mi

    #5 Beacon

    The farthest town from Washingtonville is Beacon. This town has a dog park that goes by the name Friends of Beacon Dog Park. The park allows dogs to be unleashed so long as the gates are closed. They also separate the dogs from large (over 30 lbs) to small (30 lbs or less). Out of all of the dog parks, this one has the most expensive membership fee. Close by, there is a cafe where you can nibble on some light bites and enjoy the scenery with your pal. The Beacon Falls Cafe is a  quick 3-minute drive and is a quaint place with outdoor seating, perfect for all four-legged companions.
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