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Dog Areas in Tolland

4 Parks
7 Trails
17 Shops
16 Eateries
3 Groomers

Tolland, Connecticut is a grrreat place to bring your dog with you to get away from busy city life. The city is located at the crossroads of the former rail lines that once ran through here. Tolland was once a toll town, which is how it got its name. This cozy locale has a small-town feel, and the locals are friendly, so if you're looking for a place to relax and unwind, look no further! You'll find two vet clinics right in town, with more options for specialty and emergency care available a short drive away.

Tolland is dedicated to providing furrific recreational spaces to its residents and visitors. Crandall Park is not only the biggest park in town, but it is also one of the first parks. It is around 400 acres of space where you can walk, fish, and hike. It is open all year long for everyone to enjoy, and there isn't a fee to get in. 

The high school has a walking track that is open to the public before and after school. You can bring your dog to walk the lighted track, but you must keep him on a leash and clean up after him. There are even walking groups that meet here before breakfast so that no one has to walk alone!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tolland

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    Population Density 371/sq mi

    #1 Birch School

    Right next door to Birch School, there is a 100-acre park called Cross Farms. There is an easily accessible hiking trail along the perimeter which is pawfect for dog owners with disabilities or other mobility issues. There is a disc golf course here as well as a playground. You can come play with your dog as long as he is on a leash. You will need to bring drinking water with you as well. This park is open all year long from dawn to dusk. Please remember to bring doggie waste bags so that you can clean up after your dog. You and Fido will pawsitively love the tranquility at this park.
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    Population Density 371/sq mi

    #2 South River Road

    Heron Cove Park is a thirty-acre park that used to be a sand and gravel pit. This pawesome park has hiking trails that go along the river. The trails are being maintained and may be closed for repairs, especially in the rainy seasons. The park is open all year long. There is water access for canoe and kayaks. Your dog can join you as long as you have him on a leash at all times. This is a fun place to come in the summer because it is always bustling with activity. In the winter, this park is used for ice skating as well as hiking.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 304/sq mi

    #3 Old Amston Road

    If you don't mind a twenty-mile trek, then you should head to Colchester Dog Park. This dog park is well cared for by the city. It is open daily from sunrise to dusk. This park is a great place to let your pup off her leash so she can sniff out some new friends. The doggie cleaning stations are stocked and the water stations are clean. The only complaint is that there are lots of holes from dogs digging. Only bring toys that your dog doesn't mind sharing. Tennis balls can be found all over the park for the pawfect game of fetch; just be aware that there's no separate area for small dogs.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 822/sq mi

    #4 Glastonbury Center

    Glastonbury Dog Park is less than thirty miles away. This pawpular dog park is a wonderful place to bring your social hound since there are lots of pups to play with here! The park is completely mulched and has no grass, which means no messy paws. There are water bowls, but the park doesn't provide water, so bring some with you. The waste stations are always stocked. Maintainance is performed weekly in the mornings, but there is no set day for it. This is a barktastic park for all dogs, but you will want to keep a close eye on smaller dogs because they might be able to squeeze through the gate!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 236/sq mi

    #5 Westville Dam

    The Westville Recreation Area is the pawfect place to come and walk your dog. There are lots of room to run and play. You'll have to keep your dog on a leash at all times. It is your responsibility to clean up after your dog while you are here. Besides hiking trails, there is also a wildlife viewing area and a canoe launching spot. Bring a picnic with you and spend the whole day just enjoying being outside with your dog. The park is open all year long from dawn to dusk. There are fountains for water, but you will want to bring a bowl for your dog.
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