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Dog Areas in Agawam

10 Parks
1 Trail
12 Shops
2 Eateries
6 Groomers

The city of Agawam sits right on the southern border to Massachusetts, along the confluence of the Westfield River into the Connecticut River. The city is best known for being the hometown of General Creighton W. Abrams, a man who served in many wars and was known for his love of dogs that prompted his habit of bringing his pup everywhere with him. The town has held up this tradition, allowing dogs to accompany their humans to multiple parks, restaurants, and the downtown area.

For pups, the Agawam Dog Park is the best place to go for a walk or to play. The area is completely fenced in, with a mixture of grass and dirt for its terrain. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, double-gated entrances, an agility course, and shaded sitting areas. Dogs can run around off-leash freely, with access to dog-sized water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.

The Robinson State Park is a huge space located on the north side of town, and taking up over 1,025 acres of land on both sides of the Westfield River. The state park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and features over 20 miles of trails that range from easy to moderate, with open fields available for picnics and playing activities with Fido. Additional features include water fountains, trash bins, and benches.

With four animal hospitals, lots of natural and man-made parks, and dog-friendly restaurants like Murphy's Pub and Main Street Deli, its no wonder Agawam attracts so many dog walkers and lovers to the area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Agawam

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    Population Density 678/sq mi

    #1 Feeding Hills

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    The neighborhood of Feeding Hills is on the northwest side of town, right along the Westfield River, and is made up of residential homes and thick woods. Ridgeview Park makes up some of these woods and provides a designated place for well-kept trails to take Fido for a walk. The area is undeveloped, but has a small open area with some picnic tables and umbrellas which can be used for picnics, or to just run around and play. Inside the wooded part of the park, there are dirt trails that wind through the area, with trash bins and benches stationed along it. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside this park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,647/sq mi

    #2 North Agawam

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    North Agawam is surrounded by thick woods, with pretty views of the Westfield River along the northern border. Inside the neighborhood are some great places to walk Fido, like McGrath's Park. The park provides a nice open space, with a paved walkway, shaded sitting areas, and small playground. Leash up Fido before coming here, and be sure to grab some water and clean-up bags! Legion Park is another great dog-friendly park in the area that has a small memorial tank, benches, picnic tables, and open space. Although Fido will have to remain on a leash, the open space is perfect for letting Fido run around and play.
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    Population Density 2,091/sq mi

    #3 Suffield Corner

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    The neighborhood of Suffield Corner is right on the corner of the confluence of Westfield River into Connecticut River. For a large open space to play with Fido, head over to School Street Park. The area is surrounded by trees for privacy and has a multi-use field that has a soccer field, baseball field, and basketball court. Besides having plenty of room to run around and play, additional amenities include water fountains, trash bins, nighttime lights, clean-up stations, and benches. Cohen Park is another dog-friendly park in the neighborhood that offers residents a wooded area to explore and hike through right on the water. There is a boat launch and fishing pier, with amenities like trash bins and benches available to leashed pups.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,113/sq mi

    #4 Central Agawam

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    Central Agawam is a busy neighborhood, filled with bustling shopping districts and small businesses. The best place to bring Fido in this busy area is Borgati Park. The park has trails on all sides, secluding the park from the busy area, with two enclosed baseball diamonds, open space, a pavilion, picnic tables, and restrooms. Meadowbrook Park is a similar park which also provides an open space area, but also has a basketball court and trails that lead into it's wooded area. The trail is only .4 miles, but will give Fido a great place to walk and get some energy out. Dogs are not required to be on a leash in Meadowbrook Park.
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    Population Density 3,209/sq mi

    #5 The X

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    The X is the southwestern neighborhood in Springfield, and just 1.2 miles from Agawam. This neighborhood gets plenty of visitors thanks to the large 80-acre park known as Forest Park, made up mostly of dense forests and a small recreational area. There are over 6.2 miles of paved and nature trails, with access to 5 enclosed baseball diamonds, a picnic area, tennis courts, a lake for fishing and boating, open space, a pavilion with picnic tables, and restrooms. There's plenty to do for Fido, from running around and playing to going on a days walk, with access to amenities like water fountains, nighttime lights, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
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