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Dog Areas in Ivoryton

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Ivoryton is a village in Middlesex County, Connecticut with a population of just over 3,000 people. It's one of three villages in the town of Essex, and the historic district in Ivoryton is on the National Register of Historic Places. True to its name, Ivoryton played an integral role in the ivory industry in the 1800s and early 1900s. Today, Ivoryton is a diverse and exciting place to live, with an abundance of recreational opportunities, as well as excellent schools and healthcare facilities nearby. Ivoryton doesn't have its own dog park yet, but Connecticut is a very dog-friendly state, and there are a variety of dog-friendly activities just a short drive from Ivoryton.

One dog-friendly activity you won't want to miss in Ivoryton is visiting the Blue Hound Cookery and Taproom on Main Street. There are outdoor tables at the Blue Hound, and when the weather is nice the patio is open, and your dog is welcome to join you. The Blue Hound serves "southern coastal fare with a New Orleans flair," and their menu includes items like crawfish etouffee and creole seafood fra diavolo. After your excellent meal at The Blue Hound, it's time to visit one of several dog parks nearby!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ivoryton

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    Population Density 563/sq mi

    #1 Essex Village

    The southeastern corner of Essex is only three miles from Ivoryton, and this area is where the Paw Dog Park at Viney Hill is located. This beautiful dog park is quite spacious, and it includes a separate small dog area as well as agility equipment. There are water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating in the park, too. The rest of Viney Hill Park is a 104-acre space with numerous opportunities for enjoying the outdoors with your family. There are also seven walking trails throughout the park, and your dog is welcome to join you in all of these areas if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 449/sq mi

    #2 Lockwood Lake

    The Ethel Peters Recreational Complex is a massive facility with an abundance of activities just waiting to be enjoyed, and it's only seven miles from Ivoryton. Located in central Clinton, Connecticut, the Ethel Peters Recreational Complex is also home to Bailey's Dog Park. This large dog park doesn't include separate areas for dogs of different weights, so be prepared for your dog to interact with dogs of all sizes. There are water bowls positioned throughout the park, but be sure to bring your own water to fill them. You'll also find lots of seating, buckets of dog toys, waste disposal supplies, and picnic tables in the park.
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    Population Density 331/sq mi

    #3 West Middlefield

    Middlefield is another town in Middlesex County, and the western edge of the city is less than 30 miles from Ivoryton. This area is also home to the Middlefield Dog Park, a peaceful and clean neighborhood off-leash space. The Middlefield Dog Park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs, and there are also seating areas and waste disposal supplies in the park. There are usually water bowls throughout the park, but be sure to bring your own water to fill them. The dog park opened in 2009 after volunteers worked tirelessly to make it happen, and it sits on more than an acre of land.
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    Population Density 248/sq mi

    #4 Old Amston Road

    The Colchester Dog Park can be found just 25 miles north of Ivoryton in the northeastern corner of Colchester, Connecticut. This dog park opened in 2010, and it features separate enclosures for big and small dogs. The park has a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure, and there are grassy areas as well as wood chip surfaces throughout the park. You'll also find plenty of seating for pet parents, as well as water bowls and waste disposal supplies. This two-acre park is open daily from sunrise until half an hour before sunset. Volunteers run Colchester Dog Park, and you can purchase a personalized brick to support the park.
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    Population Density 2,107/sq mi

    #5 Griswoldville / South Wethersfield

    In just half an hour, you and Sparky can drive to the Mill Woods Park Dog Park in southern Wethersfield, Connecticut. Mill Woods Dog Park has a general area for all dogs, as well as a separate section just for small or timid dogs. There is running water available in the park, as well as lots of seating, waste disposal supplies, and tennis balls to chase. The rest of Mill Woods Park is a 122-acre recreational facility that includes a Little League stadium, a skate park, a swimming pond, playgrounds, walking trails, and more. Your dog can accompany you to other areas of Mill Woods Park, but they must be on a leash!
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