Belmont is a furiendly puptown located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It was founded way back in 1859, and was named after the Bellmont estate which belonged to one of the donors who contributed to the town’s creation. If you are visiting Belmont with your pup, there are three veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in town in case you need emergency care, as well as plenty more in the surrounding areas.
In Belmont, you will find a bunch of outdoor parks where you can bring your pup for a lovely stroll. This includes the Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary. Here, you can meander over 2.5 miles of sniff-tastic trails through the forests, meadows and around a frog pond, which means there is plenty to see and a lot to explore for your pup. All dogs are welcome here, as long as they remain on leash and stick to the designated trails. All you have to do is get a map and you are ready to go! There is a small fee to enter the Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, but it is definitely worth it to see your furry friend’s tail wagging all day long! Be sure to pack some water and treats for the adventure.
If you love to take your dog for a leisurely stroll somewhere scenic, then you have got to head to Clay Pit Pond and Park in Belmont. This is a beautiful spot for retreating from the hustle and bustle of the city, with a pawsome trail around the pond where you can take in the views. There are also pathways through the trees in the park where your dog can investigate new scents and sights, as well as some open space to play with their favorite toys. It is recommended that you keep your pup on leash at Clay Pit Pond and Park.
When you are in Belmont, one of the best places to take your furry friend for an adventure is Rock Meadow. This puptastic place has over 70 acres you can explore, with lots of woodlands and green spaces your dog will love to investigate. There are lots of sniff-tastic trails you can hike here, as it is part of the Western Greenway, which means plenty of exercise to expend some pup energy. Since you can spot some wildlife living here, it is best to keep your dog on his leash. This way, you can have a pawsome day out together!
If you are looking for a dog friendly place to stay, try the Global Luxury Suites at Cambridge Park in the nearby town of Cambridge. Here you can enjoy comfortable accommodation only about four miles away from Belmont. You are welcome to bring dogs of any size for an addition fee. For a bite to eat, head to Bertucci’s for some delicious Italian food. From pizza to pasta, there is something on the menu to suit everyone’s taste. What’s more, there are outdoor tables where your furry friend is free to sit with you!
The East Arlington neighborhood features the pup paradise of Thorndike Field Dog Park that your dog does not want to miss! Only a couple of miles away from Belmont in Arlington, this is a great place to bring your pooch for some safe, off-leash fun. Not only is there plenty of space for playing and running, but there are also tunnels for your dog to explore, as well as separate areas for smaller or larger dogs with water bowls available for your panting pup. Benches are available for you to enjoy too! Afterwards, head to the Commune Kitchen if hunger beckons. This dog friendly spot has some tasty pizzas you can tuck into, as well as outdoor tables for your pup to relax and have a nap after his big day.
If you head only two miles north of Belmont, you will reach the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood in Arlington that contains a dogtastic jewel. The Robbins Farm Park boasts beautiful views of Boston, and features open fields of grass for your furry friend to explore and run around. There is also a picnic area where you can enjoy some treats, some sports fields, and a playground. All pooches can be top dog here, as long as they remain on leash. If you get hungry, you can drop by La Victoria Taqueria for some delicious Mexican street food. There are outdoor tables where you can enjoy your meal and your pup can watch the world go by!
Hi, I'm Maerose! I was raised in the Greater Boston Area, and I've loved animals for as long as I can remember. I've worked with dogs of all sizes, ranging from cocker spaniel puppies to full grown weimaraners and I love meeting new dogs. I'm attending college for acting/dancing, so both your dog and I will be working hard to stay in shape!
Hi! My name is Elise. I grew up with a Springer Spaniel, Sir Isaac of West Newton, and now I have my go-to running buddy, Cooper (another Springer). I love the company of all dogs and being outside, so I can't want to take your furry friend for a stroll. Woof!