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Dog Areas in Greenwich, CT

7 Parks
4 Trails
7 Eateries
5 Groomers

Greenwich, CT is not to be confused with Greenwich, England, but you and your pup can still have a "mean time"! The small city mixes idyllic surroundings and stately New England charm with an cosmopolitan vibe, combining city-style downtown dining and shopping with easy access to fabulous beaches, stunning state parks, and some pawesome hiking trails ideal for you and your pooch to sniff and explore. The town is as culturally interesting as it is beautiful -- Greenwich is gaining fame for its film and art festivals. Visit in the summer, and you and your pooch can even catch a free summer concert in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park! There are four vets in town to look after your buddy, with emergency care available in Stamford.

Greenwich is also fabulously fur-friendly. You and your pooch can take a stroll past the shops on Greenwich Avenue, where you’ll also find plenty of options for doggy dining! The area can be pricey, but you and your buddy can check out Terra Ristorante or Doppio for a special treat. The city has its own dog park, some furrific community parks for leashed walks, and a nearby nature reserve for dog-friendly hiking. And if you two are looking for some variety in your entertainment, you’ll find lots off-leash adventures just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Greenwich, CT

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    Population Density 1,027/sq mi

    #1 Belle Haven

    The Grass Island Dog Park might not be the biggest one in the area, but it’d be a huge faux paws not to visit! There’s still plenty of space for your fur baby to leap about and tire themselves out, and toys, bags and water are provided, so you two can enjoy an enthusiastic game of catch without being laden down with bottles. There’s also a separate area for small dogs, so your pooch can socialize no matter their size. Be warned, though -- Grass Island Dog Park is, well, grassy, so you might want to bring a damp towel in case your buddy gets muddy.
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    Population Density 1,071/sq mi

    #2 North Greenwich

    If you and your best friend are looking to get back to nature, look no further than the Babcock Preserve. This fabulous forested area is a favorite of local dog owners, and a pawefect spot for leashed hikes. The 4.5-mile loop trail only has a moderate incline, so it’s suitable for everyone from the fittest furry friends to less athletically inclined pups and owners. There’s also plenty of parking, and restrooms for humans at the park entrance Just remember to bring your own bags and water, and watch out for horses on the trail!
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    Population Density 5,542/sq mi

    #3 Merriebrook

    For more fur-friendly hiking, why not check out Mianus River Park? This huge, 300-acre wooded wonderland is right on the border of Stamford and Greenwich, and boasts a trail for every age and ability. Be sure to bring your own bags to keep the area clean, and you might want to keep your pup on a short leash if they have a tendency to tear after squirrels and other wildlife!  Afterwards, you two can chow down at the Tabouli Grill in Stamford. This locally owned gem serves up delicious salad and kebabs, and caters to canines at their outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 8,426/sq mi

    #4 Cove East

    Make no bones about it, your pooch will love the Stamford Dog Park at Courtland Park. There’s plenty of parking, so it’s an excellent alternative if you can’t quite squeeze in at the park on Grass Island! The dog run is well-shaded, so you can let your furry friend run free during the summer months without worrying about them overheating. Like the Grass Island Dog Park, there’s a separate small dog area, and the park has two doggy drinking fountains. However, keep in mind that the park authorities shut off the water in the winter, so you might have to bring your own bottle.
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    Population Density 2,628/sq mi

    #5 Rowayton

    Rowayton is only a 17-minute drive from Greenwich, and you’d need to be barking mad not to take the trip! This Norwalk neighborhood is home to the mutts-visit Rowayton Dog Park, paws down one of the largest off-leash spots in the area. Your pooch will love the 1.5 acres of open space, but there’s no separate area for small dogs, so be mindful of your pup's temperament. The real draw of Rowayton, though, is the furrific Brendan’s 101. This Rowayton staple serves up the best of New England seafood, welcomes wagging tails at outdoor tables, and even provides free dog treats!
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