The Little Pond Campground is located in Andes, New York. The campground has many areas where you can set up a campsite, and dogs are allowed in the camping areas. Visitors flock to the area in the summer and early fall for beautiful camping areas and access to the lake. Remember that permits are required to stay in this beautiful park.
While the lake gives guests access to swimming, fishing, and non-motor boating activities, motor boats are not permitted in the area. If you want to get out on the water, row boats, paddle boats, kayaks, and canoes can be rented in the camping area.
Fishing is a big draw for this spot. There are a variety of panfish in the lake, and Beaverkill Stream (with excellent fly fishing opportunities) is just a few minutes from the campgrounds. Permits are required to fish in the reservoir, but you may be able to catch brown trout and smallmouth bass there. Dogs are not allowed in the water at the reservoir. Swimming is at-your-own-risk, as there are no lifeguards on duty.
There are more than 33 miles of trails in the area, which give hikers a great opportunity to explore the area with their dogs. During your hike, you may spot bald eagles, turkeys, bears, and more wild animals.
Campfires are allowed in the park, but no firewood from certain areas will be allowed into the campgrounds due to the potential of invasive insects and diseases that could kill trees in the park.
Dog owners are required to keep their dogs on leashes no longer than six feet. Dogs can never be left unattended, and no dangerous dogs are allowed in the campgrounds. Dog owners are also required to clean up after their pets. Buildings, picnic areas, and beaches are all off-limits for dogs.