I have 20 plus acres of land. Feel free to walk in the woods with your dog on leash , if you choose off leash please make sure your dog is trained to stay with you. Nature is a beautiful thing. There are only a few trails , but enough land to explore all you want.
Additional Dogs 50% off
Hike up or down a major tributary of Six Mile Creek; explore nearby ridge/forest, marsh. Your dog(s) will be in heaven and beg to return!
Fully fenced in large yard in the village of Homer
We have 20 acres of woods, streams, fields and a pond for your dog(s) to run and play on! It’s the perfect place to let your dog unwind, chase balls, play frisbee or swim! The property is unfenced, however resident dogs are contained with an Invisible Fence and won’t interact or interrupt your time on the property.
This provides you access for short-term hiking, swimming, and exploration of the Round Top property and fields surrounded by the Robinson Hollow State Forest on weekdays (and weekends that are not booked for overnights). If you prefer an overnight visit, book through Hipcamp or Airbnb.
Quiet street in Lansing, NY. Four foot high, fully fenced yard. Plenty of space for fetch, zoomies, quiet walk, sniffing, digging or anything your dog desires! Kiddie pool, 3 hanging bungee toys, a small dig area, 2 seating areas, one shaded and one full sun, table with 4 chairs, poop bags, dogs toys and water provided.
Fenced in dog yard, plenty of room for ball and frisbee throwing. Please ensure dogs don't jump in or dig in garden beds. If pool is empty, turn on/off well next to front steps to deck and use hose (to fill or spray your dog). Dig spot is behind the little barn (ok to uncover space from landscape fabric). If there are ripe tomatoes, feel free to pick a couple as a snack.
Giant yard, great for Sniffing, Running, Playing and Stretching. Pool available to cool off and water and chairs for hoomans and dogs. Enjoy!
Finger Lakes Dog Park is a privately reservable, fully-fenced, half acre canine recreation area. We enthusiastically welcome ALL dogs, but the private nature of the park is especially beneficial for reactive or shy dogs, traveling dogs, handicapped dogs, puppies, or seniors. We are the first and only dog park in Schuyler County, located in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region. The area is known for its rolling farmland, many vineyards, beautiful lakes, and plentiful waterfalls and gorges. Numerous state parks offer many camping opportunities. And the county is also home to the only national forest in the state. So whether you are a local resident-or a visitor to our little piece of heaven-be sure to bring your special friend(s) for an enjoyable outing in the country. We are open every day (including all holidays) from 8am to 8pm. The park is not lighted (yet) so reserve your spot accordingly during the winter. Happy romping!
Greetings! Our land is a mix of flat grass (think lawn), some long/short pasture, and the majority being heavy wooded forest area. You will enjoy some rustic logging trails up there (but please don’t expect a perfect state park-type path). The terrain can be steep to climb to the top depending on your skill level. Once you are at the “top” of the hill, there is “flat” land that you can hike (I’ve even jogged up there -slowly!). For those of you that like a challenge, besides our two pathways up the hill, we offer a very steep side of the hill to climb. One of the photos shows water – that is the case if there is a heavy rain (likely September/October) but please know we don’t always have a running stream. We do offer a hose and bucket to rinse your dog’s feet at the end of the stay. The photos with the leaves are from last year – this is what the property will [hopefully] look like in September/October. November starts getting cold. December will bring snow with some plowed areas. For accessibility: if you use a wheelchair, you can drive your car onto the land and use the flat part of the land if you can access grassy lawn. If there is interest, I can offer to take your dog up the hill to run around for a nominal fee. We are new to this so please ask questions. Consider this spot “forever wild” woods. It is incredibly calm and peaceful up on the hill. You can quietly listen to the woods or bring a radio and sing to your dog loudly. If you are not a climber, even playing fetch behind the barn is nice. Note: inside the barn is off limits. This is a working property and there are tools, tractors, and such that are not good for any animals. Please Remember: there are no fences and we have a state highway in front of our property. All the area that you would use would be set back an appropriate distance, but I want to be clear for everyone sake that there are no fences. If your dog does not come back when called, perhaps this spot isn’t the best for any off-leash activity. Wild Animals: There are deer in the woods (and some dogs love to chase deer!) so please keep that in mind as well. We have also seen rabbits and an occasional skunk, raccoon, fox, groundhogs, and once even a porcupine. We hear coyote sometimes but I have not seen any on our land. Upstate New York has been known to house bobcats, mountain lions, and bears among others, but I have yet to see them on our land as well. We do see bald eagles on occasion.
Gate 1 - 59 acres of land. Trails and views are awesome. Gate 2 - 120 acres of land. Mix of woods and fields. Great for training hunting dogs or an off leash experience. Very secluded Gate 1 is also a glamping site. If rented then there’s no dogs allowed.
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|Designed for private play|
|Rentable by the hour|
|Off leash options|
|Very large and/or fully fenced options|
|Pricing||$5 - $15 per dog per hour||Free|