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Dog Areas in Bridgeport, CT

12 Parks
5 Trails
11 Shops
15 Eateries
5 Groomers

Bridgeport is one of the biggest cities in the state of Connecticut, and acts as a seaport along the Long Island Sound. The first part of the city was established in 1806, and 200 years later, the town has grown to be known as "The Park City" thanks to its public park system. Through the network, there have been multiple parks established and lots of dog-friendly places to go around town.

You and Fido will love a day out at the Seaside Park, a crescent-shaped park that takes up 2.4 miles of the seashore. Your pup is welcome into the park while on a leash, and can explore up to 325 acres of beaches, grassy areas, nature trails or sporting fields. There are also clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches in the park.

The Elton Rogers Woodland Park provides you and Fido a chance to get out of the city and step into nature. The park is filled with wooded areas, dirt and gravel trails, and scenic lake views, and is a quiet place to bring your dog on a walk. Dogs must remain on leashes while inside the park, and have access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

There are also 2 animal hospitals around town and a lot more outdoor places to go, which will leave you and Fido tuckered out and loving Bridgeport!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bridgeport, CT

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    Population Density 5,731/sq mi

    #1 Newfield

    The Newfield neighborhood is on the southern tip of the city and known for the Pleasure Beach. The Beach lies on a peninsula along the coast and is home to the largest abandoned town in Connecticut. Dogs are welcome to the beach while they remain on a leash, and can even go in the water, or travel inland and explore the abandoned structures. Owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags. On the mainland, there's Newfield Park, a much more urban park with all the preferred amenities like water, benches, trash bins and a clean-up station. Here, Fido can run around the vacant fields or take a stroll around the park.
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    Population Density 5,909/sq mi

    #2 East Bridgeport

    East Bridgeport is right on the water, and filled to the brim with residential homes. The bustling community is usually a busy one, but still offers plenty of great options to walk your pup. The Water View Park features a large area of open space along the water. With scenic views and vibrant grass, the park is right out of a picture, and allows dogs to enjoy the view too while they are on a leash. The park has benches, a paved path, and trash bins. Down the street is another area called the Eastside Park, which also offers lots of room for Fido to run around and play, with a path that encircles the entire park. Fido must also stay on leash at this park.
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    Population Density 24,693/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Bridgeport

    Downtown Bridgeport is the muttropolitan area of the city, lying right in the center. Despite the small businesses and packed look, the neighborhood boasts a lot of dog-friendly parks. The City Hall Park is covered in trees, offering a shaded getaway from all the busy streets. There is a paved trail that winds through the park, and a small open field that allows for a much-needed game of fetch for Fido while on a leash. The best part about downtown neighborhoods is they have tons of dog-friendly restaurants too, like Ralph 'n' Rich's Italian restaurant. This eatery has a dog-friendly outdoor patio, water bowls for Fido and delicious courses!
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    Population Density 6,881/sq mi

    #4 Whiskey Hill

    Whiskey Hill is a smaller neighborhood which does not have a hill made of whiskey. Lucky for pups, the neighborhood does have a dog-friendly area known as Beardsley Park, which is the largest park in Bridgeport with over 20 acres of land. The park lies right on Bunnells Pond, and features a small zoo. Dogs aren't allowed in the zoo area, but are allowed anywhere else in the park while on a leash. This includes the 2 miles of paved trails, fishing area, or open plains next to the pond. The park has trash bins, water fountains, clean-up stations and nighttime lights for extra safety!
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    Population Density 7,352/sq mi

    #5 Black Rock

    The Black Rock neighborhood is on the southwest corner of town, and sits right on the water. With scenic views of the sound and beautiful trees, the Capozzi Park is a popular choice for dog-lovers in the community. Dogs are welcome to the park while on a leash, and will enjoy the small wooded area and all the shade it offers. The park connects to the Saint Marys by the Sea walkway, a 0.5 mile greenway that sits along the coast and offers picturesque views of the sound. The walkway is lighted, and provides benches, trash bins and water fountains to you and and a leashed Fido.
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