If you watch David Letterman at all during the fall, I can guarantee you will hear him say that this is the best time of year to visit New York. He says it every year for New York autumn. And what if you want to take a trip to New York – or other big cities in the Northeast that are similar to your most attractive ones – and want to get your active dog …
Boston Common is the oldest public park in the country, created in 1634 as a "cow pasture and training ground" for general use. Cattle have been grazing here for 200 years and can be raised from time to time to see random public hook-ups that take place in the Common. The park is about 50 acres in size and is the anchor for the Emerald Necklace, a system of connected parks that visit many of Boston's neighborhoods. Dogs are welcome on Boston Common and can even run with a leash from 5-7am in the morning until 5:00 pm
bounded by Beacon, Charles, Boylston, Tremont and Park streets
Your dog is likely to enjoy America's most famous park in downtown Manhattan as much as you do. Dogs are not allowed everywhere (Elm Islands at the mall, sheep meadow, eastern green or strawberry fields are among the major restricted areas), but can be strapped before 9am where allowed. Watch out for the horses and city streets that cross the park. Bring a bowl of water on hot days – the only real fountain equipped for dogs is at the entrance to East 90th Street. Architects Frederick Low Olmsted and Culvert Vaux designed the park to remain in a naturalistic setting, so that even in New York you would lose yourself on forest paths.
from 59th to 110th Streets and from Fifth Avenue to Central Park West
Fairmount Park is the largest adjacent landscaped municipal park in the world with nearly 9,000 acres, beginning with only 5 acres in 1812. It is home to the buccoli of some 2,500,000 trees. The park's backbone is Prohibited Driving, so called when it was closed to cars in the 1920s. The 7-mile paved trail runs along the Wisahikkonon River to the Shulkil River; dog trips can be shortened by several bridges across wissahickon. In addition, there are many blazing one-way paths climbing steeply from the Wissahikon Gorge.
The Andorra Visitor Center is on Northwest Avenue between Ridge Avenue and Germantown Avenue
The city of Baltimore paid $ 475,000 for the Rogers family estate in 1860 to create jewelry for its park system, Druid Park. Colonel Nicholas Rogers designed his property to resemble a pastoral English park, and the city continued the theme with picnic pavilions, grassy alleys, statues and fountains. A massive Tuscan Doric entrance was built by Nova Scotia Sandstone in 1868 at a cost of $ 24,000, and Druid Lake was formed in 1871 behind America's largest clay dam to provide drinking water. Today, the historic park covers 600 acres with meandering roads and grassy lawns for canine visitors.
at Druid Park Lake Drive through Pennsylvania Avenue, Eutau Place, or Mount Royal Terrace
In the words of Calvin Coolidge, "anyone who does not like dogs and wants them does not deserve to be in the White House." Across the street, in the National Mall, dogs are not only welcome, but often celebrated. The finals of the Frisbee Dog Championships are traditionally held at the Culinary National Mall. The grassy grasslands make for a fun place to play with your dog or the mall can be a dog-walking environment, watching people walk nearly two miles from the Capitol steps to the feet of Abraham Lincoln.