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Dog Areas in Redding, CT

6 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
7 Eateries

Redding, Connecticut has quite an interesting history. From the settlements of the Revolutionary War to the modern-day historical preservation of the railroads, you are sure to find something interesting to learn. Several buildings within the community are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, so if your hound loves history, this is the pawfect spot to visit! There aren't any veterinary clinics located within Redding itself, but there are three animal hospitals in the vicinity in case your pup needs some assistance staying happy and healthy.

The town of Redding is committed to preserving the green spaces in the area. They even have a committee just for it. There is an area in the town called Open Space, which is -- as you might have guessed -- just green space left untouched. You can come here and walk your dog; just remember to clean up after him and keep him on a leash. 

If you would like to grab a bite to eat, head over to the Wire Mill. You can get some of the best "bark-b-que" in the area here! Your dog can join you at any of the outdoor tables. You can also call ahead and order a meal to-go for a picnic at one of the local parks. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Redding, CT

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 287/sq mi

    #1 West Redding

    Topstone Park is a barktastically large park with over two hundred acres. There are multiple paths to walk and a lake to play in, where you can also fish. The best part of the park, though, is the dog beach, where your pup can have a splashin' good time in the summer! The park is open all year long for you to enjoy, but the beach is open seasonally. You will need to bring doggie waste bags. There are fountains and restrooms for you to get drinking water if you don't want to carry your own. This is the pawfect getaway for you and your dog!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 287/sq mi

    #2 City Center

    If you really want to get some exercise and discover every inch of the city with your dog, then leash up and head into the center of Redding. There is a sixty-mile trail system here which meanders all throughout town. From the open areas, city parks, school parks, to the shopping centers, you will see it all along the way. There are maps and trail guides posted all over the city. You and Fido would be barking mad to miss out on this adventure! Just remember to bring along plenty of water and waste bags with you for your hike.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 287/sq mi

    #3 Sunset Hill

    For a unique, and cozy, place to stay in Redding, you can rent the Cozy Cottage by the Pond. This is a popular rental property because of its beautiful scenery. Your dog is welcome here, as long as he is well-behaved, and you must have him kennelled when you leave. It is made for two people, which makes it the perfect romantic getaway spot. It is close enough to town that you can catch the walking the trail and walk to your next adventure, even if it's just getting dinner. Be sure to reserve this AirBnB property well in advance of your visit -- we're not kidding when we say it's pawpular!
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    Population Density 287/sq mi

    #4 Collis P. Huntington State Park

    Collis P. Huntington State Park is a former homestead with three ponds, hiking trails, and lots of open spaces. Some of the trails were once used by the family as service roads. In the middle of one of the ponds is a mini-lighthouse which is now considered historic. This is the pawfect place for a long walk! Just look out for the bears and wolves at the trailheads -- but don't worry; they're just stone! This is a fascinating place to be, with a pawfect mix of history and nature. The best part? There's no fee to come play, and the park is open year-round.
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    Population Density 299/sq mi

    #5 Saugatuck Falls Natural Area

    Saugatuck Falls Natural Area is nestled between Topstone Park and central Redding, and it's the pawfect place to enjoy a weekend excursion with your best furry friend. There are over five miles of hiking trails here for you and Fido to explore. Locals note that the trails are great for dog walking, so you and your pooch might just sniff out some new canine compadres while you're here! Be sure to bring plenty of water and waste bags for your outing, and keep your pooch leashed at all times. Pay attention while walking the trails -- you just might spot some wildlife, like a hawk or a heron!
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