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Dog Areas in Berkley, MA

Berkley is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts that more than 6,000 people call home. Although it is the least populated town in the county, Berkley is located just south of Boston and east of Providence, Rhode Island, which makes it a convenient place to live. You'll enjoy the charm of small-town Massachusetts life with all of the amenities of the nearby big cities. Dog owners will enjoy the green spaces in town where they can get some fresh air with their pets, and there are several off-leash dog parks in neighboring cities that are just a short drive away! 

One of the most beautiful places to walk your dog in Berkley is at Dighton Rock State Park along the eastern shore of the Taunton River. This 85-acre park has large grassy areas where you can sit and take in the views of the river with your dog, or you can walk around the park with them as long as they're on a leash. You can also hike, fish, mountain bike, and cross-country ski at Dighton Rock State Park, and it opens every day at 9 AM. There's free parking available at this park, and you're sure to have a great time there with your dog! When it's time for a trip to the off-leash park, there are plenty of those nearby, too.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Berkley, MA

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    Population Density 560/sq mi

    #1 Emerald Street

    The Wrentham Dog Park in northeastern Wrentham, Massachusetts is just 30 miles from Berkley. At nearly five acres in size, many visitors say this is one of the biggest dog parks they've ever been to! The park is fully fenced, but it doesn't have separate sections for big and small dogs. With as much space as there is in the park, however, there's room for all different dogs to play safely. You'll find water bowls in each corner of the park, but be sure to bring your own water in case the bowls are empty. There are waste bags provided by the park, as well as picnic tables so you can watch your dog play as you relax.
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    Population Density 6,932/sq mi

    #2 Slater Park

    The Pawtucket Dog Park in Pawtucket, Rhode Island is less than 20 miles west of Berkley. Located in eastern Pawtucket, this dog park can be found within Slater Park. There are big and small dog sections in the park, as well as running water sources, bowls, and waste disposal supplies. You'll also find seating throughout the park, and there are a few pieces of obstacle equipment for your dog to enjoy as well! Other areas of Slater Park include tennis courts, trails, and picnic facilities, and your dog is welcome to join you in these areas as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,627/sq mi

    #3 Pond Street N

    The Attleboro Dog Park in southwestern Attleboro, Massachusetts is about 17 miles from Berkley. In addition to separate areas for big and small dogs, there is also some agility equipment in the park where your dog can show off her special skills! You'll also find drinking water for dogs, seating, and waste disposal items. The Attleboro Dog Park has a wood chip surface which makes it easier to clean up after your pets. Dogs must be registered and vaccinated to visit the park, and many visitors recommend bringing your documentation with you in case park monitors ask to see it.
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    Population Density 2,946/sq mi

    #4 West Barrington

    When you're in Berkley, you and your pooch are less than 30 miles away from the Barrington Dog Park at Haines Park in Barrington, Rhode Island. This dog park is a large, fenced-in space where dogs of all sizes and breeds play together in the same space rather than being separated by their weight. There is water, waste disposal supplies, seating, and lots of shade in the park. As an added safety measure, there are extra-high fences and a double-gated entry system. There isn't much grass at this park. Instead, the surface consists mostly of sand and mulch. There are also lots of parking spaces available.
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    Population Density 1,702/sq mi

    #5 Sharon Town Center

    Thirty miles north of Berkley sits Sharon Dog Park at Sampson Park in Sharon, Massachusetts. This off-leash park was created in 2004, and it includes big and small dog sections. From April to October, there's running water available in the park, and there's also all the waste disposal tools you could ever need! Throughout the park, there are benches positioned in both shady and sunny spots, and there are lots of toys and balls to chase in the park, too. Sharon Dog Park is free to use and open from dawn to dusk. There's also a double-gated entry system at the park, and the ground is covered with wood chips to make it easier to pick up after your pets.
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