Spring, summer, and fall are the best times of year to walk a dog in the village of Lewiston. Walkers should be aware that even during these peak seasons, the temperatures can vary and a crisp, comfortable day can quickly give way to a hot and humid one. Winter in Lewiston can be a tough season for walking or driving due to the likelihood of snowfall, icy conditions, bitterly cold temperatures, and high winds. Caution and appropriate wear for both you and your dog are necessary for the cold conditions.
The central shopping section of Lewiston features a dog-friendly patio available at the Brickyard Pub and BBQ on Center Street. You and your dog can take a quick lunch break and take in the surroundings of the bustling village of Lewiston. Just remember to stay away from major roadways to prevent running into any traffic.
Lewiston Landing Park is right on the Niagara River with a fabulous view of the water. Walking on the boardwalk is a perfect cool-down on a warm day. A short drive away is the Lewiston Dog Park. At slightly over an acre, the park has a separately fenced section for small dogs, benches, agility play equipment, and a dog fountain, although trees and shade are limited. Waste bags are available as is parking. The view of the sunset from the park is an invigorating way to end an evening!