Dog Walkers in Andover, CT

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Dog Areas in Andover, CT

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Andover is a town of around 3,500 people in Tolland County, Connecticut. This rural town has several rivers and streams running through it, so there's never a shortage of scenery to enjoy. There is also a variety of farmlands, historic homes, and other buildings, as well as a 155-acre private lake known as Andover Lake. In Andover, you'll get to experience all four season to the max and any of the activities that come with them. While there isn't an off-leash dog park in Andover, there are other dog-friendly spots you'll want to see, and there are paw-lenty of off-leash parks in nearby towns.

The Hop River State Park Trail runs straight through Andover, and this 20-mile crushed stone trail is an ideal spot for on-leash dog walking, cycling, horseback riding, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing. No matter what season it is, there are ways to enjoy this trail! This trail is one of 1,600 trails in America that were created from railway lines no longer being utilized. Today, these trails connect across the country and provide so many people with a great way to enjoy the outdoors. When it comes time to find an off-leash activity to enjoy with your pup, you're just a short drive away from a bunch of them!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Andover, CT

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    Population Density 2,107/sq mi

    #1 Griswoldville/ South Wethersfield

    Wethersfield is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut with a population of around 30,000 people. South Wethersfield is about a 20-minute drive from Andover, and this area is home to Mill Woods Park. This 122-acre park has a Little League stadium, sports courts, a beach and swimming pond, walking trails, an off-leash dog park, and much more. The Mill Woods Dog Park has separate enclosures for big and small (or shy) dogs, and there are also water stations and waste disposal supplies. Other amenities include picnic tables and message boards. Your dog can accompany you throughout other areas of Mill Woods Park when they're on a leash. 
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    Population Density 1,056/sq mi

    #2 Nevers Road East

    You and your dog can drive to the South Windsor Bark Park in South Windsor, Connecticut. Located in the Nevers Road neighborhood, the South Windsor Bark Park opened in 2007, and it includes areas for big and small dogs. The park has a wood chip surface, which makes it easier to clean up after your pet and helps prevent muddy dog paws, too! If your dog has some unique skills they want to show off, this dog park has agility equipment as well. The off-leash park is part of Nevers Park, a 137-acre space that also has playgrounds, a skate park, and walking trails. The trails in Nevers Park are a prime spot for on-leash dog walking!
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    Population Density 1,156/sq mi

    #3 Glastonbury Center

    A 15-mile drive west of Andover takes you to the northwestern corner of Glastonbury, Connecticut. This area has a variety of amenities, including grocery stores, shops, hotels, and the town's high school. It's also where the Glastonbury Dog Park can be found in Riverfront Park. Some of the other features Riverfront Park has to offer are sports fields, trails, and playgrounds. The Glastonbury Dog Park opened in 2011, and along with an area where dogs of all sizes can interact, it includes a separate small dog area. There are also benches and waste disposal supplies, but make sure to bring your own water supply.
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    Population Density 414/sq mi

    #4 Broad Brook

    East Windsor is a town in Hartford County with a population of more than 11,00 people. On the town's eastern side, you'll find the Broad Brook neighborhood, and this is where you'll also find the East Windsor Dog Park. This off-leash dog park sits on one acre, and it has separate small and big dog areas. Visitors love how well-maintained and clean the East Windsor Dog Park is, and many people say it's their favorite off-leash park! In the park, you'll find benches and shaded areas and waste disposal supplies, but be sure to bring your own water because there isn't any on-site.
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    Population Density 1,318/sq mi

    #5 Westside Norwich

    The area of Westside Norwich in Norwich, Connecticut is a 22-mile drive southeast of Andover. This area is near the beautiful Yantic River, and it's also where you'll find the Estelle Cohn Memorial Dog Park. It's also known as Pawsitive Park, and this off-leash park has separate areas for big and small dogs with double-gated entrances. Both areas have wading pools so your dog can cool off on hot days. There's running water available in the park, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating. Paths have been built around the park's perimeter where you can walk your dog on a leash.
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