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Dog Areas in Thomaston

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More than 7,500 people live in Thomaston, a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut. The town was settled in 1728, and in 1803, a clockmaking factory was built in town. Thomaston may be home to the original shelf clock, which was patented in 1814, but there's so much more to the town. The town prides itself on having all the trappings of a charming New England city, including great schools, educational, health, and police and fire departments, and an excellent recreation department. Thomaston is located at the confluence of the Naugatuck River, and it's also close to several big cities that are full of even more opportunities.

If you're looking for dog-friendly activities in Thomaston, you and your pup can head to Tony's Coffee Express Bakery on Waterbury Road. There are outdoor tables at Tony's, and on days the weather is nice, your dog is welcome to join you there on a leash. Their menu includes items like breakfast sandwiches, bagels, muffins, donuts, stuffed bread, and much more. They also serve up fresh and delicious coffee and other refreshing beverages. After your coffee and donut, you and Sparky can jump in the car and make the short drive to a nearby off-leash park for even more fun!

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    Population Density 645/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Wolcott

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    The northwestern corner of Wolcott, Connecticut is a 15-minute drive from Thomaston, and in this area, you'll find Peterson Memorial Park. This charming city park makes up more than 65 acres, and in that space, there are open fields, trails, a skate park, picnic groves, and an off-leash dog park. The Wolcott Dog Park at Peterson Park is a spacious area with a section for dogs of all sizes, as well as a separate enclosure just for small dogs. The dog park is free to use, and it's open daily from sunrise to sunset. If you'd like to hike Peterson Park's trails with your dog, you're welcome to do so as long as they're on a leash.

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    Population Density 583/sq mi

    #2 Heritage Village

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    About 20,000 people live in Southbury, a town in western Haven County, Connecticut and the northeastern corner of the city is a 25-minute drive from Thomaston. Here, you'll find the city's own off-leash park. The Southbury Dog Park is a 14-acre dog park with a general area for all dogs, as well as a separate enclosure. Your dog can choose from running through open fields in the park, sniffing their way around wooded areas, trekking trails, or swimming in the river. Visitors should be aware that the general dog area isn't entirely fenced, so if your dog's recall skills aren't up to snuff, it's best to take them to an enclosed park.
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    Population Density 785/sq mi

    #3 Waterbury Road

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    In less than 20 minutes, you and Roxy can drive from Thomaston to the northwestern corner of Cheshire, Connecticut. This area is home to several businesses, parks, and small bodies of water, and it's also where you can find the town's namesake dog park. The Cheshire Dog Park is a two-acre space where dogs can play off-leash, and it includes an all dog area and a different enclosure just for the little guys. If your dog is the adventurous type, they'll love showing off for their friends on the park's agility equipment. The grass is well-kept at this park, and there's a large supply of doggie bags.
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    Population Density 2,659/sq mi

    #4 Central Southington

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    More than 43,000 people live in Southington, a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, and the central area of the city is a 25-minute drive from Thomaston. That's where you'll discover the Southington Dog Park, an off-leash park with separate enclosures with big and small dog sections. There's fresh drinking water available in the park, as well as waste disposal stations, and seating areas for pet parents. If you have children under 12, they won't be able to join you at the park, so keep that in mind before your visit. You'll also want to bring a towel if you visit after it rains because this park tends to get muddy.
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    Population Density 749/sq mi

    #5 Salmon Brook

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    It'll take you 45 minutes to drive to the Granby Dog Park in southeastern Granby, Connecticut and this trip will be well worth it. The city's off-leash dog park opened in 2006, and instead of separating dogs by weight, it features a large enclosure where dogs of all sizes can interact with one another. If you visit during the warmer months of the year, fresh drinking water is available from the park's fire hydrant, but it's turned off in the winter. Dogs who take to the water will love taking a dip in the creek behind the park, but the swimming area isn't fenced.
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