Dog Walkers in South Glastonbury

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Dog Areas in South Glastonbury

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South Glastonbury is a historic area in Glastonbury containing villages from the first settlers from the 17th century. The town also sits right along the Connecticut River, giving your pup plenty of options to swim or go fishing alongside you. In case a medical need arise, there is one veterinarian in South Glastonbury to take your pup to for a healthy check-up.

Take your your pup out to the Cotton Hollow Preserve for a great day. The preserve is 80-arces that offers wildlife, a creek that you can fish in, and forested hiking trails that you and your dog canĀ  explore together.

Head into nearby Glastonbury for a bite to eat with your furry pal. The Plan B Burger Bar offers some amazing food, including burgers, beers, and bourbon. Their outdoor patio is pup friendly and welcomes your furry pal to sit alongside you while you chow down. Glastonbury is only a mile out of South Glastonbury, so you and Fido won't have to travel far to grab a bite to eat.

Your dog will love being in South Glastonbury with you and seeing all the fun activities the two of you can do together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in South Glastonbury

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    Population Density 1,156/sq mi

    #1 Southpond

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    Head over to Earle Park for a fun day out with your pup. The park is filled with great trails that you and Fido can explore together and get a good walk in. This pawtastic park sits along the Connecticut River, which is perfect if your pup wants to get his paws wet. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you explore this forested area since there will be local wildlife running throughout it. Located in Glastonbury, just two miles out of South Glastonbury, your pup will be ecstatic to visit this park with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,068/sq mi

    #2 Strickland

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    Head over to the J.B. Williams Park for a fun day out with your furry pal. The large park offers a woodland area where you and your dog can hike around and explore. Other great amenities include a softball field, playground, pavilion, and ice skating pond. The Shoddy Mill Preserve is just down the road from the park, and has some fun activites for you and your dog to enjoy too. The preserve is filled with open spaces, table games, walking trails, and a hiking trail that Fido can get a good walk on. Located in Glastonbury, and three miles out of South Glastonbury, your dog will love going on this adventure with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 312/sq mi

    #3 Municipal

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    Grab your dog and head out to the Meshomsic State Forest. From the outside, the forest may not seem like a lot, but it is filled with numerous hiking trails that you and your dog can explore together. The trails have a variety of surfaces, from paved to dirt, so make sure to choose the correct trail for your skill level. The longest trail in the forest is 33-miles long, and will take you to the Massachusetts border if you complete it. Located seven miles out of South Glastonbury in Middletown, your pup will love hiking with you in this woofderful green space.
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    Population Density 1,156/sq mi

    #4 Glastonbury Center

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    If your pup is itching to get off leash, head over to the Glastonbury Dog Park. This dog park is fenced in to keep your dog safe and secure, plus it offers a separate area for small and large dogs. There is water for the dogs, benches for owners to sit on, and picnic tables. The park sits along the Connecticut River, so if your dog wants to cool down after running around the park, he can dip in his paws. Located in Glastonbury, and three miles out of South Glastonbury, your dog will love getting some time off leash and meeting some new friends at this park.
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    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #5 Wethersfield

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    Head across the river and into Wethersfield for a great time out with your dog. Home to the Wethersfield Dog Park, your pup will love being able to go without a leash and meet some new friends. The park is open from sunrise until sunset, and provides water, benches, and picnic tables for owners. The ground is covered by wood chips, and there are plenty of trees throughout to help keep your dog cool. Just nine miles out of South Glastonbury, your pup will have the time of his life visiting this park with you.
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