NYC Dog-Friendly Excursions: Outdoor Bound’s Upcoming Outings

Outdoor Bound’s dog excursions are ideal for city dwellers wanting to escape the urban jungle with their four-legged friend. In partnership with Leashes & Lovers, the outings give New York City residents and visitors the opportunity to explore the beautiful nature outside of the city with their “best friend.”

Dog, Beach & Vince
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October 4th & October 17th

North Fork Wine Tour with Your Dog & Off-Leash Beach Run! A very special outing for you and your pooch. Join Outdoor Bound and Leashes and Lovers for a jaunt to the North Fork wineries, lunch and off-leash running on the beach! Could you—and your dog—be any happier? First, hit the beach and let your dogs run free! What a better way to let loose and tire out your dog than with a walk/run on the beach (leashed or unleashed).

We’ll have lunch at the beach (bring your own), then visit the dog-friendly wineries on the North Fork of Long Island for some of the most wonderful wine in the country. North Fork New York wines are fast becoming renowned for their exquisite taste. We’ll take part in two private wine-tastings at two extraordinary vineyards. Plus lots of dog-related goodies!

Price: $120: Includes transportation to and from NYC for one human & one dog, tastings, guide, insurance, taxes and tolls.

Hike & Hound 6 Mile Hike
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October 10 & November 14

The Perfect Day for You and Your Dog! We invite hikers with dogs to join us for a moderate six-mile hike to Pine Meadow Lake. This is perfect for large- or medium-sized, socialized dogs or small energetic dogs capable of hiking. If you do not have a dog, but wish you did, come anyways! It will be a barking good time.

There will be plenty to sniff along Pine Meadow and Stony Brooks as we hike up craggy rises and past marshes. As you head upwards you will come to the Cascade of Slid with its many waterfalls nestled among giant boulders. Cross a bridge and then pass the Stone Giants, fantastic granite rock formations broken into blocks by weathering. We will stop for lunch at beautiful Pine Meadow Lake, where dogs will enjoy homemade, organic treats while humans eat their lunches. In partnership with Leashes and Lovers!



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