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Dog Areas in Glastonbury

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Glastonbury Dog Park on Welles Street is a free-admission dog park that is open year-round. Glastonbury Dog Park is completely fenced in, and it has two separate areas for small and large dogs to run leash-free. As a dog owner, you won’t have to worry if your small dog will get scared by a large dog or vice versa. This dog park is mulched instead of a lawn, and benches, picnic tables, and water bowl stations are provided. As if this park wasn’t neat enough, it’s also located just a short walk away from a river, so you and Fido can cool down on a hot day.

Riverfront Park isn’t just for the dogs. Riverfront has two playgrounds, basketball courts, baseball field, soccer field, open fields, boat rentals, running path, picnic areas, and a dog park. The Riverfront Dog Park is a fenced-in, mulched dog park that has separate areas for small dogs and large dogs. Doggie waste bags are provided within the park, although it’s still a good idea to bring your own in case the park is out, and benches are scattered throughout the area.

If you’re looking for a beautiful trail to hike, Blackledge Falls is the place for you. Colorful, fragrant flowers and towering shade trees lace the paths, and breathtaking waterfalls are just waiting to be discovered by you and your canine buddy. Blackledge Falls doesn’t tend to be busy, so it’s your choice if your dog is on her leash or not. Do your part to keep this area beautiful by always cleaning up after your dog instead of leaving the waste as fertilizer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Glastonbury

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    Population Density 660/sq mi

    #1 Glastonbury City


    Glastonbury Dog Park is located at 200 Wells Street. This fenced dog park has a separate area for small dogs. The area is covered with mulch. Water bowls are provided, but the site does not have a water source. There are park benches for human companions. The park is located near the Connecticut River, and a walk down to the river is a scenic way to end the day. On the way home stop in at the Plan B Burger Bar with its outdoor dog-friendly dining. This restaurant is located in town at 120 Hebron Aven. This restaurant serves burgers and an assortment of yummy dishes.

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    Population Density 2,000/sq mi

    #2 Wethersfield


    Six miles northwest of Glastonbury is the Wethersfield Dog Park. It is located at 154 Prospect. Dogs get to know each other at this fenced-in park. Your dog will soon fit in with the regulars at this enclosure. There is a separate space for small dogs. The surface is a mixture of grass and wood chips. There is a small pool in the small dog enclosure. Feels so good on a hot summer day! The park is open from sunrise to sunset. The park has water, waste receptacles, and benches for human companions. Dogs must have vaccinations to enjoy this park. The City of Wethersfield maintains this park, and more information can be found on the city’s website.

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    Population Density 900/sq mi

    #3 South Windsor


    Fifteen miles north of Glastonbury is the town of South Windsor, home of the South Windsor Bark Park. This dog park has a wood-chip surface. It has an area for small and large dogs. This park also has pieces of agility equipment -- good for training or just some extra fun. There are benches under shade trees so a dog companion can get a break from the sun while supervising the pet at play. The park provides water and waste receptacles. There are nice walking trails outside of the dog park for some extra exercise. This park is operated by the City of South Windsor, and it posts its rules at the entrance. It’s well worth the short drive from Glastonbury!

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    Population Density 337/sq mi

    #4 Middlefield


    Middlefield Dog Park is a 24-mile drive southeast of Glastonbury. This park is located at 102 Mattabeseck Rd. This dog park is set in a beautifully wooded area, with large trees providing respite from the heat on summer days. The park has a separate enclosure for small dogs. There isn’t any water available, so remember to bring some for this trip. This dog park has a great back-to-nature feel. It is part of a larger property, which can be difficult to find the first time. You and your dog will soon become regulars! You can find out more information about the park and its rules on the city’s website.

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