Dog Walkers in Collinsville, CT

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Dog Areas in Collinsville, CT

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Collinsville, Connecticut is a village in Hartford County. The town was built around the Collins Company Axe Factory. This factory was a famous manufacturer of tools which were used in the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway. Right on the edge of the Litchfield Turnpike, this small village offers residents a rural area with access to neighboring towns, like New Hartford to the north and Manchester to the east. You will find there are three animal hospitals right outside of Collinsville. While they are all a short drive outside of the village, you will find that many residents trust these facilities to care for their favorite pups.

Dog owners in Collinsville love to take their dogs to the Nepaug State Forest. This vast tree-filled oasis is the pawfect place for four legged outdoor lovers who enjoy the beauty around them as much as you do. You will find many humans hiking here with their dogs throughout the year, save perhaps the coldest months of winter. The Nepaug Reservoir is surrounded by walking paths that are frequented by residents with their pups looking for a wetter adventure in the warmer spring and summer months. If you are looking for a small town with big charm, Collinsville is a great place to call home! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Collinsville, CT

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    Population Density 366/sq mi

    #1 North Collinsville

    North Collinsville is a pupperific town to call home for dog lovers. This neighborhood is close to highways, making it a good place for commuters to hang their hats. This neighborhood overlaps with the larger area of Canton, so residents who want access to the downtown life offered just ten minutes north will also enjoy North Collinsville. You can take your dog for a walk along the Farmington River which runs through the area, or relax for a picnic near Cherry Brook, which runs from North Collinsville through the center of Canton. Just don't forget your waste bags along with your picnic basket!
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    Population Density 366/sq mi

    #2 West Collinsville

    West Collinsville is defined by the Nepaug River. The NePaug Dam is the pawfect hiking spot for nature-loving dog walkers and their adventurous pets. You will want to wear some good hiking boots and bring a sturdy harness for your dog if you are planning a trip to the dam. You and your dog's friends are in for a treat if you hike together through the area. Just don't forget enough drinking water and clean-up bags for the whole barking crew! The rest of West Collinsville is mostly vast open land, which makes it ideal for longer walks on quiet mornings.
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    #3 Central Collinsville

    Central Collinsville is a bustling residential area that is popular with both commuters and those who work in the town. With its own shopping community and plenty of housing to fit a variety of budgets, Central Collinsville is a comfortable place for a family to grow, including those with dogs. Dog walkers will find ample green spaces surrounding the local high school and the library, where leashed pets are welcome as long as you clean up after them right away. You will find enough green grass surrounding the housing developments to keep you and your pup entertained during your morning or evening walks.
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    #4 East Collinsville

    East Collinsville is home to Mills Pond Park, where you will find many dogs playing and romping around with their humans during nice weather. You will just need your leash and your waste bags for an enjoyable morning in this park. You may also want to pack a blanket to lay out on the grass and some extra drinking water on very warm days. Mills Pond Park has its own water sources as well, so towels are going to be very useful before getting into the car if your pup can't resist the sparkle of a cool pond to splash around in.
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    #5 South Collinsville

    South Collinsville is known for its historical buildings and real estate. Dog owners love the area because of the large green spaces that rest in between the more popular roads in the neighborhood. Found Land Park is just a few minutes south, outside of the town, and is a vast and beautiful natural resource where you will find plenty of room to hike, run, or walk the day away while spending some serious quality time with your dog. Hawley Brook runs right through the park, offering a cool place to splash on a hot day. Just make sure you have a towel waiting in the car!
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