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Dog Areas in Auburn, MA

9 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Auburn is a small suburban town 5 miles outside of the major city of Worcester in Massachusetts. This area has always held a small population, but became famous in the 1920s after becoming a test place for the first liquid propelled rocket, and becoming the birthplace of rocket science. Living in Auburn is still a blast for many, including the four-legged residents of the city thanks to 3 animal hospitals and multiple dog-friendly places around town.

The Auburn Recreation Complex is the largest field and park located near the city's center. There are over 20 acres of open fields with a football and soccer field, fenced-in tennis courts, two baseball diamonds, a track, picnic shelters, basketball courts, and a skating rink. The field is dog-friendly and offers space to run and play, a paved walking trail for casual walks, and additional amenities like water fountains and nighttime lights.

The Rockland Road Conservation Land is another great place to bring Fido, thanks to the forested natural area to explore and lack of restriction that requires Fido to be on a leash. There are shaded picnic areas, water fountains, and 2 miles of natural trails. Don't forget to bring some clean-up bags though!

You don't need to be a rocket scientist to realize how much Auburn loves pups! With these puptastic spaces, your furry pal's tail will be wagging all day in this town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Auburn, MA

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    Population Density 1,950/sq mi

    #1 Drury Square

    The neighborhood of Drury Square is on the north side of the city, and filled with rows of residential homes and small lakes. In the middle of the area is the Franklin Field Playground, which provides a great place to walk Fido. There are lots of trees in the area for privacy and shade, with a fenced-in baseball field, a basketball court, open space, pavilion, and paved walkway. Leashed pups will have access to amenities like water fountains, nighttime lights, benches, and trash bins. Leesville Pond is another dog-friendly place to take Fido that doesn't require dogs to be on a leash. The area isn't fenced in, but has multiple boat launches and fishing piers, with a small area open for picnics and playing. Remember to bring water and clean-up bags to this park!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 595/sq mi

    #2 Stoneville

    Stoneville is a small neighborhood on the west side of town, filled with a mixture of dense forests and rows of residential homes. Dog walkers will love the Boyce Street Park, thanks to its open area, a large forested area with trails, and features like a playground, picnic area, and paved walkway. Dogs are required to be on a leash inside this park before entering. Rotary Beach is another dog-friendly location in the neighborhood, completely covered over by trees and nature trails, with access to a small beach that is also dog-friendly. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside this park, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags!
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    Population Density 1,359/sq mi

    #3 Oxford Heights

    The Oxford Heights neighborhood is on the northwest corner of the city and has few homes scattered throughout the forested area. Henshaw Street Land is a park in this area that provides parking to access some of the dirt trails found here. Inside the park itself, there are .7 miles of trails that do not require pups to be on a leash. The Auburn Former Landfill is now a park and has an open area for visitors, which includes benches, sandy and dirt trails, and picnic tables. The landfill also does not require pups t be on a leash, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags to both parks before going!
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    Population Density 1,789/sq mi

    #4 Heard Street

    Heard Street is a southern neighborhood in the town of Worcester, 1.2 miles north of Auburn. Because of its close distance, the neighborhood gets plenty of visitors that visit Hadwen Park. The park is pretty big, with over 50 acres of land with forested trails, open space, and swampy lake. Features of the park include fishing access, a boat launch, am enclosed baseball diamond, 2 miles of dirt and paved trails, and a playground. Pups are allowed in the enclosed baseball area, but must remain on a leash at all times. Additional amenities include water fountains, clean-up stations,  benches, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 3,800/sq mi

    #5 South Worcester

    The neighborhood of South Worcester in Worcester is on the border to Auburn, and has some great dog-walking areas like Greenwood Park. This park features a great recreational field that includes a baseball diamond, soccer field, open space, enclosed tennis courts, and a playground. The walkway is paved and provides access to water fountains, trash bins, and clean-up stations for leashed pups. Cookson Field is another dog-friendly place in the neighborhood, and although the field has dense woods, there are over 1.7 miles of dirt and paved trails that loop around the park, with access to water fountains and benches. Don't forget to leash up Fido before coming to this park!
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