Kick off your visit to Kingston with breakfast or lunch at Pierce Street Deli, where delicious hot paninis or breakfasts are served to outdoor benches and tables.
The Kingston Neighborhood Park is as charming as its name. This little park is tucked into a residential neighborhood, and is a great place to take your dog on a walk. With an active playground and large grassy space, you have room to exercise shy dogs while giving their more social counterparts plenty to look at!
Need even more room? Church Street Park is a much larger park. It has full sized soccer fields, basketball courts, and tennis courts. There's also picnic tables! If you have a whole crew to keep entertained, go to Church Street Park whether they're 8 or 80... or counting in dog years!
Kingston is a furrific vacation spot for your whole pack, whether puppy or people!
Nesbitt Park in Kingston offers fantastic views of the water, a scenic wooded trail, and plenty of places to stop along the way! Leash up your dog and head deep into this park. The boat ramp is always a flurry of activity, sure to fascinate a people-oriented dog. You can walk along the Sesquehanna River in either direction. The trail leads through to the Forty Fort Dike Trail on one side and Kirby Park (located in neighboring Wilkes-Barre!) on the other. Any of the benches scattered through this park would be a great place to take a load off and enjoy the famous river view.
The Parsons neighborhood of Wilkes-Barre is home to two great parks. Hollenback Park is sure to please a crowd, because they have a lot going on! You can play through a nine hole golf course! You can also check out the covered picnic areas, playgrounds, and sports fields. Leash up your pup to explore the best this area has to offer! Scouton Lee Park is a slightly smaller option that you may prefer if your dog doesn't love crowds. Scouton Lee has a playground and sports fields, but at off peak hours it's much less crowded! Your dog should be leashed in either park.