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Dog Areas in Trumbull, CT

17 Parks
3 Trails
13 Shops
3 Eateries
6 Groomers

Trumbull is a gorgeous small town that brings in all the charms of New England and its historic heritage, and is seemingly untouched by time itself with many old historical buildings still in place. The town is surrounded by thick forests, making it a popular destination for tourists during the fall. The town also has lots of land dedicated to parks and facilities, with almost all of it being dog-friendly to residential and out-of-town pups.

The town even has its own dog park, known as the Trumbull Dog Park, a massive 10-acre park that's completely fenced-in. The park is one big space, with an agility course and double-gated entrance. Don't forget to bring some water and water bowls before going! The dog park sits inside the larger Indian Ledge Park, a 101-acre area with a large forest section that features trails and a river for fishing. There's also open areas, recreational fields, picnic areas, benches, water fountains, and paved walkways. Fido must remain on a leash outside of the dog park.

The longest and most traveled trail in the city is also dog-friendly, known as the Pequonnock River Trail. The trail starts in the south and extends all the way north 12.7 miles, with trail sections being made from asphalt and crushed stone, and providing access to water fountains and benches for leashed pups.

Not only are there five animals hospitals here, but many other parks and nature trails that will have you and Fido playing the Trumbone in Trumbull!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Trumbull, CT

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,162/sq mi

    #1 Hillendale

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    Hillendale is a beautiful neighborhood in the north, with thick forests intermittent with houses. The largest park in the neighborhood is Old Mine Park, an old mining area that became a park nearly 100 years ago. The park nowadays contains a huge forest with recreational space, picnic shelters, a large pond surrounded by open space, and a looping trail that expands over 1.1 miles around the park. Dogs are welcome in the area while on a leash, and can find fun in almost every corner. Additional features include benches, trash bins, water fountains, clean-up stations, and fishing spots.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,169/sq mi

    #2 Rock Raymond

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    Rock Raymond is a neighborhood on the northern side of the city, and one of the largest communities. The area provides residents with the Tashua Recreation Area, a large golf course and extra 20-acres of land for extra activities. There are lighted and enclosed tennis courts and basketball courts, a baseball diamond, children's playground, and a trail that runs around the golf course through open fields and shaded forests. Dogs are welcome in the park while on a leash, and can enjoy the trail or a safe play time in the enclosed tennis courts, with access to water fountains, trash bins, and benches.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,203/sq mi

    #3 Long Hill

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    The area that makes up Trumbull is pretty hilly, especially around the neighborhood of Long Hill. The Rail-Trail cuts through the neighborhood and connects to the Parlor Rock Park, a stopping point for hikers to rest and relax in the shaded sitting and picnic areas provided by the park. There are water fountains and trash bins, and a larger open space for play for leashed pups. To the north is the Great Oak Park, a larger protected area of undeveloped land with over 69 acres. This park has nature trails for human and dog hikers, with a leash restriction of 8 feet or shorter. Remember to stock up on water and clean-up bags before starting your journey.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,891/sq mi

    #4 Trumbull Center

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    The Trumbull Center is naturally in the center of town, but still has lots of areas of protected spaces and parks for Fido. The Island Brook Park is one of these areas, with 27 acres available to hikers. There's also a wildlife pond, ballfield complex, tennis and basketball courts, and an open area for play. Dogs must remain on a leash, and have access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The Pequonnock River Valley State Park is another stop along the Rail-Trail system in town, with an extra 30 acres of state protected land with shaded sitting areas, benches, and wooden boardwalks that travel the granite-carved area. Remember to leash your pup before you head out, and bring plenty of water!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,345/sq mi

    #5 Nichols

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    The neighborhood of Nichols is in the southeastern of the city , and consists of lots of open areas and residential homes. For such an urban neighborhood, there is also an urban dog-friendly park known as Unity Park. This park spans 35 acres that feature tennis courts, a sledding hill, paved paths and multiple recreational fields for ball play. Fido will also have fun playing ball, either in the open areas or unoccupied ballfields, and can enjoy access to water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. The Abraham Nichols Park is also dog-friendly, and provides long paved walkways with lots of wildflowers and planted flowers, providing plenty of one-on-one time with your pooch.
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