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If there's one place that you can't miss when you head to Bradford, it's Allegheny National Forest. The North Entry point is right near the northern edge of Bradford, making it easily accessible to anyone looking for a great time outdoors. The park itself has everything--swimming, fishing, boating, picnicking, camping, and rest areas, and more! If you want it, this park has it. Dog lovers will particularly enjoy the great trails this park has to offer. Start out easy by exploring Marilla Bridges Trail. This trail is a simple loop that's only nine tenths of a mile long! It's a great warm-up for a longer hike, or a short hike for dogs who aren't used to going the distance. Looking for more of a challenge? Tracy Ridge Hiking Trail System could be the answer you've been searching for. This 8.9 mile loop takes you through varied terrain, from hills to riverside strolling and back again. It's a moderate hike, so be prepared!
There's plenty of dog-friendly activity to be had in Bradford!
Veterans Square in Downtown Bradford is a beautiful place to step out of the hustle and bustle and relax. This small park makes up less than a city block, but it's worth a visit. The center of the park is a gazebo, which is a fantastic background for pictures in the area. The grassy surroundings are great for taking a walk and just stretching your dog's legs in the middle of the city! You can also bring a book and relax on the grass. Be aware that the park lacks doggie bags and a water fountain, so pack in your own supplies!
Hanley Park is charming neighborhood park! The local kids love it, and with good reason. The park is built around a large playground perfect for climbing, swinging, and sliding. Your dog is not likely to be impressed by that, of course. Move on to the more fido-friendly activities the park has to offer. If the sports fields aren't in use, your dog can amble through them at their own pace! Otherwise, take a power walk along the tree-lined path at the perimeter of the park. Your dog has to be on leash in Hanley Park, but there's so much to do they won't even notice!
Baseball and soccer are both the names of the game at Foster Brook Park! This large, open park is a great place for sports fans to have a great time! If your dog doesn't enjoy watching other people throw a ball around, don't worry. There's still lots to do. The park is large, so walking laps will eat up a lot of time while your pup's paws eat up the distance. There's a dirt path around the edges of the park that will let you walk without disturbing any of the games in progress! If that feels long, you can also amble through the open grass near the parking lot.
Callahan Park & Pool is the main attraction in East Bradford. Let's get the sad news out of the way first: the doggie paddle is allowed, but only by humans. There's plenty that you and your dog can do together on land! First, enjoy a nice, long walk. Callahan Park has paved walking paths that loop the park, linking its various fields (two baseball, one soccer) and the pool area. These make for a great walk. You can also amble through the grass for a more relaxed stroll. Bring a doggie bowl with you, as all the drinking fountains were sized for humans!
Rock City Park is an eighteen minute drive from Bradford, across the border in Olean, New York. This drive is well worth it, because you just won't find another hiking place like it! There are several trails with unique difficulty ratings, so you won't get into a challenge you can't finish. The waterways have created interesting rock formations over the years! There's a three-seasons waterfall which is the star of many great pics! Your dog is welcome to join you on this adventure as long as you keep them on leash, and you bring in your own baggies to ensure the trails stay clean.
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