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Dog Areas in Winsted

Winsted is a picturesque New England town located in the northwest part of Connecticut. Maple and birch leaves rustle gently in the wind as travelers and locals alike stroll through its calm blocks past small shops and inviting restaurants and cafes. Despite the town’s modest size, there is a lot to do there, and if you are bringing a waggy friend along with you, you can rest assured that you will have plenty of activities, lodging, and dining options to choose from!

The city is home to two outstanding veterinary clinics, so your dog will always be safe, and you can relax and enjoy your time in town. There are also nearly ten dog-friendly lodging options in Winsted, and there are even more in the nearby areas. For those who love the outdoors, the numerous state parks and forests in and around Winsted provide a great opportunity to get outside and explore. For those who just want to relax and see what the town itself has to offer, there are plenty of restaurants and small parks to choose from.

Tailor your Winsted experience to suit your needs — whatever you decide to do while you’re visiting, you can be sure you’ll have a trip you’ll enjoy with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Winsted

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    Population Density 1,630/sq mi

    #1 East Winsted

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    If you travel to the east side of Winsted, you will encounter two massive state forests. The first is American Legion State Forest. The forest covers nearly 1,000 acres, and it is a great location for a day of hiking or picnicking with a furry friend! There are many trails of varying difficulty to choose from, so be sure to grab a park map from the information center. The neighboring state forest is called Peoples State Forest. This forest is over 3,000 acres of beautiful woodlands, and it too has many hiking trails. Both of the state forests require leashes for dogs.

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    Population Density 886/sq mi

    #2 Wrightville

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    Torrington is a wonderful town located south of Winsted. Burr Pond State Park is located there: it covers almost 500 acres and has open fields as well as forest trails for hiking. Sunny Brook State Park is another great place to visit in Torrington if you are looking for outdoor activities. There are also some great dog-friendly dining options in town. Two local favorites on Main Street are The Venetian and Backstage — they both offer outdoor seating, so you can dine with a furry friend! Also consider Pizzeria Marzano; it is on the outskirts of town and has a more casual atmosphere where you can enjoy delicious pizza outside.

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    Population Density 1,630/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Winsted

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    Downtown Winsted is a perfect spot to spend a day with your dog. You can stroll through the comfortable town blocks, passing small shops and restaurants as well as lawns and gardens. East End Park marks the very center of town; it is a small but charming park with open lawns and benches. Munro Playground and Tatro’s Pond are two more waypoints you might want to visit on your trek through Winsted. If you’re hungry, Noli’s Restaurant on Main Street is a great place for a meal. They have delicious Italian food like pizza and pasta, and they offer dog-friendly outdoor seating.

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    Population Density 1,630/sq mi

    #4 Colebrook

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    North of Winstead lies the small town of Colebrook. It is a very dog-friendly place; there are many activities and dining options in the town for dog owners. Algonquin State Forest is a superb location for hiking — the forest is just under 3,000 acres and has miles of trails for your enjoyment. If that’s not enough, Charles Arnold Recreation Area is nearby and has some lighter trails for a more laid-back experience. If you’re looking for dog-friendly restaurants in the area, you can try Colebrook Store. It serves soups, sandwiches, and wraps as well as a selection of incredible desserts. There is dog-friendly outdoor seating, so you can bring your canine companion along!

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    Population Density 853/sq mi

    #5 Collinsville

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    The Collinsville neighborhood of Canton is located to the southwest of Winsted, and it is a great place to visit for anyone traveling through the area. For some fresh air, head to Farmington River Trail. True to its name, it is a scenic hiking trail along the eponymous river. If you’re looking for dining options in Canton, you won’t be disappointed, as there are six Fido-approved restaurants in town! LaSalle Market is a good choice for lunch or a casual meal — they serve sandwiches, wraps, and pizza. This local favorite restaurant has outdoor seating to accommodate four-legged friends. Bone Appetit!

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