Needless to say, this park in downtown New York is ripe with history and is still cherished as one of the most outstanding art parks today. The park contains eight miles of pathways and numerous variations of vegetation. Great vast lawns scatter the park that you can enjoy your time at.
For the most part, this park is accessible to canines, but they must remain on a leash at all times. Even still, this park is definitely one of the best places to go with your dogs. You can run through the walk paths or run through trails with your canine. There are places to get water throughout the park and the city makes sure it stays pretty clean.
Fort Tryon Park also features the Sir William's Dog Run. You'll find this dog run on Margeret Corbin Drive. In this fenced area, canines are permitted to be leashless. Everywhere in New York, you are required to carry proof that your canine has been vaccinated for rabies. Rules are pretty strictly enforced by the local police department and you can check out a list of the rules on the website. You may call 212-NEW-YORK or 311 to get the local authorities there to address an issue with any other dogs at the park.
This dog run is the largest dog run in Manhattan and offers a large source of amenities. Disposal bags are available and there are plenty of places to get water for your canine friend. There are also features for your canine to run on as well as plenty of area for games like fetch and frisbee.