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Dog Areas in Windsor, CT

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The town of Windsor is located in Hartford County, and was the first English settlement in the state. If you are visiting Windsor or thinking about moving there, you should definitely visit Keney Park that lies between Windsor and Hartford. The park is dog-friendly, and, after the walk, you should visit the very dog-friendly Tavern at Keney Park. It will definitely be a paws-itive experience for you and your dog! You should also visit the Windsor Town Green, which is a small park with an approximately 1-mile hike where you can walk your dog on-leash. This hike will take you through a nice, historical neighborhood.

If you are in need of a veterinary help, you can visit one of three veterinary clinics in the area, which all work to ensure your pal stays in tip-top shape. If you and your pal need a place to stay in Windsor, you have a couple of options: Hartford-Windsor Marriott Airport and Windsor Airbnb Rentals. If you're hungry and want to enjoy a meal with Fido, you'll be spoiled for choice here! Lena's Restaurante Pizza, The Red Cabin, Villa Pizza and Deli, Get Baked, Zocco's or Guiseppina's Italian Bakery are all pet-friendly! No matter what you and your pal are craving, you're sure to find something you like here.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Windsor, CT

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    Population Density 989/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Park

    In this small Hartford County town in Connecticut, you can find a cute little doggie park at the Northwest Park called Windsor Dog Park. Your dog will enjoy an off-leash experience here with their new doggie friends! The park is fully fenced for extra security, and it's not very big, just one-third of an acre. Moreover, the park includes separate areas for small and large dogs so you don't have to worry about security. Although the park offers water bowls, there is no water fountain in the vicinity, and you have to walk a while to get water, so it might be a good idea to bring your own.
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    Population Density 924/sq mi

    #2 Wethersfield


    Around 13 miles south of Windsor, in Wethersfield, you'll find the Mill Woods Park Dog Park. This park includes separate areas for small and large puppers. It offers benches for dog owners to look over their fur family members. Furthermore, the park includes picnic tables, poop bag stations, water stations, waste stations and message boards. Another plus is that the park is completely shaded because it is surrounded by trees. The lake in this park makes it the pawfect place to beat the summer heat. You can even find some dog toys in the park so your canine can play and have a great time!

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    Population Density 873/sq mi

    #3 South Windsor

    If you cross the Connecticut River east of Windsor, you'll find the South Windsor Bark Park, located in South Windsor. The park is fairly new and is fully fenced for extra security. It offers separate zones for small and large dogs. This medium-sized park doesn't allow toddlers and children to play with the pups for their own safety. The park is very clean and includes benches, chairs and waste bags for cleaning up after your pooch. Don't bring food to this park, though; it's against the rules. Water and water bowls are available for the pups, and they also have some port-a-potties for the human visitors. Outside of the fenced area, there are many trails that you can walk on with your leashed pup.
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    Population Density 1,103/sq mi

    #4 Southington

    Around 26 miles south of Windsor is another dog park called Southington Dog Park, located in -- you guessed it -- Southington. It's a very clean and dog-friendly park that is properly fenced for an extra secure experience.The park is pretty large so you can tire out your pup. It has separate areas for small and large dogs. Children under 12 are not allowed in the park, and it's against the rules to bring food. There is water available in case your pup gets thirsty here. There are benches in the park so you can rest up and look over your four-legged fur baby. Aggressive dogs are not allowed into the park, so keep that in mind.
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    Population Density 245/sq mi

    #5 Glastonbury City

    If you go further south, down the Connecticut River, you will find the Glastonbury Dog Park, located in Glastonbury. The park is covered in mulch and is properly fenced. It has separate areas for small and large dogs. It also offers benches and picnic tables to ensure the comfort of the dog owners. The park provides a water bowl, but doesn't have a water source, so you must bring your own water. The park is partially shaded. It's generally well-maintained and is a spacious park where your pooch can stretch his legs and meet with other pups. Dogs must be licensed and up to date on vaccinations to enter. Hungry? If the weather is nice, you and your dog can dine on the outdoor patio at Bricco Trattoria nearby.
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