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Dog Areas in South Weymouth

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South Weymouth is a neighborhood of the city of Weymouth. Weymouth was settled in the 1600s as part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and was a fishing and farming community. Today, it is a bedroom suburb within the Greater Boston Metropolitan Area. Weymouth and the surrounding communities are blessed with numerous parks and recreational centers, some of which are tailored to dogs, while others are dog-friendly. The South Weymouth neighborhood also hosts three veterinarians.

The Southfield Dog Park, also known as the Union Point Dog Park, is part of the redevelopment efforts at the decommissioned South Weymouth Naval Air Station. It’s a large space divided into 2 separate play areas: one for large dogs and one for small or timid dogs. Completely fenced, it is a safe place for you to take your dog to socialize and work off some of his excess energy. There are lots of toys here and tons of space to run and cavort. Surrounded by trees and adjacent to a soccer field, parking is convenient and free. For those who like to structure their pups’ play a bit, there is an agility section with bridges, jumps and various other challenging stations.

This area is a treasure trove of natural resources just waiting for you and your pooch to visit and have some pawsome adventures in the outdoors!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in South Weymouth

#1 North Weymouth

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North Weymouth of , MA Dog Parks 1
North Weymouth of , MA Population Density 4,404/sq mi

#1 North Weymouth

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The North Weymouth neighborhood of Weymouth is where you’ll find Stoddard’s Neck Dog Park. This is a unique park in that it is enclosed, but is also surrounded on 3 sides by water, so swimming and splashing can be part of the off-leash fun! Even better, there are trails where you and your pup can walk through the woods unrestrained, and the grassy lawn area even has hills for running up and rolling down! The park provides lots of waste stations, and bowls for water, though people must bring their own water for themselves and their pups. While Fido plays, you can sit and socialize with the other humans on the benches or at the picnic tables. And the doggos won’t mind at all if you want to get out there and exercise with them too! Arf!

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#2 Old Spain

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Old Spain of , MA Dog Parks 0
Old Spain of , MA Population Density 4,151/sq mi

#2 Old Spain

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Weymouth’s Old Spain neighborhood is home to the Great Esker Park, which is located along the Weymouth Back River. This dog-friendly park has both easy and challenging trails for your hike with your furry pup, and the small beaches along the river are perfect for some splashing and dog-paddling! At the park entrance on Elva Rd., you’ll find waste bags and an easy paved walkway, but the road that traverses the park is a bit more difficult. It takes you up a hill to the top of the esker some 90 feet high, but the result is worth the effort as you look down upon the river and view the osprey nest on Whale Island. This is a bird-watcher’s pawradise, and your fur-pup will love the birds and small mammals you’ll see here.  Come out and play at Great Esker Park!
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#3 Weymouth Heights/ Idlewell

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Weymouth Heights/ Idlewell of , MA Dog Parks 0
Weymouth Heights/ Idlewell of , MA Population Density 3,533/sq mi

#3 Weymouth Heights/ Idlewell

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The Weymouth Back River Reservation is located in this Weymouth neighborhood, and it is shared with Hingham across the river. This protected coastal land includes the dog-friendly, 7-acre Abigail Adams State Park, which features scenic views of the river and barktiful landscaping. It is adjacent to Stoddard’s Neck Park as well, where Fido can romp off-leash, but he must be leashed at Abigail Adams. While this is a small park, it is a pleasant place to walk with your furry bestie, and there are picnic tables, so you can enjoy a casual outdoor meal. The sunsets are pawsome, and the park is well-maintained. There are 2 small parking areas. For a short walk or a longer sit, this is the place to be in Weymouth!
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#4 Weymouth Landing

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Weymouth Landing of , MA Population Density 4,219/sq mi

#4 Weymouth Landing

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This neighborhood in Weymouth is home to the Webb Memorial State Park, 110 acres that extend into Hingham Bay on a peninsula, with spectacular views of the Bay and Boston Harbor. You and your pup will find a variety of landscapes, from trees, to fields, to beach. The trails around the park are surfaced with pebble, with a few that are more challenging for those with wheelchairs or strollers, but passable. The beach is pebbled sand, there is parking at the entrance, and the state has scattered benches and picnic tables there and near the 1-mile main loop. There are also public restrooms with water for the fur-buddy, and rent-able grills if you’d like a hamburger or two. (Arf!) Open dawn to dusk year-round, this is definitely a gem that is not to be missed!

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#5 Washington St/ Pleasant St

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Washington St/ Pleasant St of , MA Population Density 12,654/sq mi

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In this Weymouth neighborhood, you’ll find the Bradford Torrey Bird Sanctuary, aptly named after a famous ornithologist. This dog-friendly sanctuary is very close to some busy areas of South Weymouth, but once inside its leafy clutches, you and your fur-pup will think you’re somewhere a lot less urban. Deer and small animals frequent the areas between the trails, and birds flit everywhere. The trail from one of the parking areas quickly intersects with another, and then another, until you and Fido realize just how vast this park is and how varied the terrain. You will go from flat, well-marked trail to huge rocky outcroppings that make you scramble up to find the trail again. Be sure to stay aware of your dog’s age and physical ability when choosing your trail adventures. There are grassy trails that are better suited to the older or infirm puppers. But this pawrrific sanctuary has something for everyone, so get out there!
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