Tag: Pond PlacesEventsProductsServices CategoryAttractionsBeach WalksDog RunsFood & DrinkParksStays- CampsitesWooded Walks Search Search By Distance Within 10 miles Within 20 miles Within 30 miles Within 40 miles Within 50 miles MoreRestrooms Yes NoWaste Disposal Yes No Search >Sort ByRecommendedA - ZZ - ACommunity RatingPriceTrail Length - Short -> LongTrail Length - Long -> ShortTrail Difficulty - Easy -> AdvancedTrail Difficulty - Advanced -> Easy View: Grid 1View: Grid 2View: Grid 3View: Grid 4View: Grid 5View: List Arthur Kunz County Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoneWaste Disposal: NoRolling hills and valleys, tidal creeks, a mixed deciduous forest, and hidden ponds are some sights you’ll see in this quiet park situated on the western bank of the Nissequogue Read more... Bennetts Pond State Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoWaste Disposal: NoThis park’s 460 acres were once part of Louis D. Conley’s 1500 acre estate. Today you can hike the trail system with your dog, as long as he’s on a Read more... Black Rock State Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: NoLeashed dogs are permitted on trails and in picnic areas, but not on the beach or campground. Enjoy the beautiful trails surrounding Black Rock Pond! Read more... Blydenburgh County Park No Reviews Favorite Easy 5+miRestrooms: YesWaste Disposal: YesDogs are allowed throughout the park on leash. The approx. 6 mile loop around Stump Pond is a great option! There is also an off leash dog run in the Read more... Tail Guide Approved Boston Common No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoneEstablished in 1634, The 50 acre Boston Common allows dogs on leash throughout the park, and also has designated off leash areas. The Common has Don’t forget to check Read more... Burr Pond State Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: YesThe world’s first condensed milk factory was built here in 1857 by Gail Borden. This product was of tremendous value to the Union Army during the Civil War! Leashed dogs Read more... Collis P. Huntington State Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: NoAnna Hyatt Huntington, the internationally famous sculptress, created the lifelike bear and wolf sculptures that greet you when you arrive! The park is named for her father in law, the Read more... Day Pond State Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesThe pond was originally constructed by the Day family. The water in the pond turned a waterwheel, which in turn powered the saw of the family sawmill. When you visit, Read more... DeForest Nature Park No Reviews Favorite Easy <1miRestrooms: NoneWaste Disposal: NoThis small park has a quiet pond with wetland vegetation surrounding it. The 0.2 mile linear trail also has several benches along the way, perfect for taking a moment to Read more... Gerry Pond Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoneWaste Disposal: YesSet in the middle of Roslyn, this park features a working mill and a gazebo. As you stroll through the park you’ll be able to take in the sights of Read more... Gilbert Lake State Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: YesMore than 12 miles of interconnecting trails, 3 ponds, and a lake are nestled in the wooded, hilly terrain here! You can also reserve a campsite! Read more... Heckscher Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: YesThis flat, paved 0.3 mile path around the pond is perfect for all ages and skill levels, and is also handicapped accessible. You’ll walk over charming bridges and see turtles Read more... Manor Plains Nature Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoneWaste Disposal: NoThe 12.1 acre park features a 0.3 mile, flat trail that offers a peaceful walk around a pond and through the trees Fun Facts & Sights to See: Local Read more... Mill Pond Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoWaste Disposal: YesThe perfect place for a stroll, Mill Pond Park offers an approximately 1.5 mile path for walking your pup. The park has places to pause and take a break, with Read more... Millers Pond State Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoTake a walk through the woods around Millers Pond. The pond’s principal source of water comes from springs of unpolluted water. Dogs must be on a leash no longer Read more... Sears Bellows County Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: YesThis park has a lot to offer, from an extensive trail system in the Pine Barrens, to freshwater fishing. You’ll come across lovely ponds, and the trails are comfortable, albeit Read more... Southards Pond Park No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: noWaste Disposal: YesJinx Thinks: This park was where we discovered I was a water dog. There are a bunch of places that are easy for a dog to walk into the pond, Read more... Squantz Pond State Park No Reviews Favorite Open to Dogs Starting: 10/1Closed to Dogs Starting: 4/14Restrooms: YesSteep, wooden slopes leading to the blue pool below make you feel like you’re in the mountains. The fall foliage is gorgeous! Dogs are allowed on the hiking trails Read more... Tail Guide Approved Upper Francis Pond No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: NoWaste Disposal: NoThe trail starts near a field, goes through a forest, and leads to the beautiful pond. You may even see some river otters here! Read more... Wharton State Forest No Reviews Favorite Restrooms: YesThis park includes a major section of the Batona Trail (50 mile long trail that connects Brendan T. Byrne, Wharton, and Bass River State Forests) in its network of trails. Read more... Don't see your favorite spot?Become a Guide for your City. No Records FoundSorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.Google Map Not LoadedSorry, unable to load Google Maps API.