Dog Walkers in Carlisle, MA

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Dog Areas in Carlisle, MA

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1 Trail
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Carlisle is a small town in Massachusetts with a lot of character. There are some dog-friendly restaurants that are worth a tail wag or two. Kimball Farm Ice Cream is an ice cream shop located at Bates Farm, offering delicious sweet treats and fifteen pup-friendly outdoor tables. This local spot has been in operation since 1987, serving all fresh ice cream made on-site from 10 am to 10 pm daily. 

Ferns Country Store is another wagtastic spot with five dog-friendly outdoor tables for customers of their deli and cafe. You can enjoy breakfast or lunch at this unique and delicious spot daily from 6 am to 9 pm. Whether you are craving a hot cup of coffee, a sweet treat, or a sandwich, Ferns Country Store has a little something for everyone. 

You will want to keep your pup on a leash and close to your side while making your way through the streets of Carlisle. There are lots of other friendly dogs who live in the city, but safety should always come first. There are no animal hospitals in the city limits of Carlisle, but there are ten of them within a fifteen-minute drive in almost any direction if you and your dog need some extra help in your travels. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Carlisle, MA

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    Population Density 307/sq mi

    #1 Central Carlisle

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    Central Carlisle is a pupperific neighborhood with lots to do with your canine co-pilot. You can start your wagtastic day at the Conant Land park, where you can go for a leisurely stroll together to get warmed up for the day ahead. Towle Land Park is a pupular spot for those mid-day and early afternoon walks. Center Park is pawfect for a weekend adventure when you want to pack up a picnic blanket and some tennis balls for a full morning of dog-friendly fun in the sun. Just make sure you have doggy waste bags in that travel bag as well.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 307/sq mi

    #2 East Carlisle

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    East Carlisle is an amazing area for families with both fur-babies and human ones! There are several open green spaces that are pawfect for walks even if you have both leash and stroller in tow. Fox Hill is one open green space that has great walking paths you and your pup will enjoy. The Banta-Davis Land is another open space where families enjoy picnics and games of Frisbee, with dogs making up some of the teams! Davis Corridor is a popular destination during warmer months for families looking for a place to lay out a blanket and throw around some tennis balls.
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    Population Density 1,505/sq mi

    #3 Minnie Reed Conservation Area

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    The Minnie Reed Conservation Area is about 10 minutes away from Carlisle. It is the pawfect place for nature-loving dog walkers who want a place to spend the whole day together. You can hike with your canine companion, or you can grab some hiking partners to join the two of you. Make sure you have plenty of drinking water for both the two- and four-legged hikers in your group. You'll also need to bring a leash or harness to keep your pup comfortable. Doggy waste bags are recommended for quick and easy clean-up as you make your way along the trails.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,505/sq mi

    #4 Nutting Lake

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    Nutting Lake is just to the south of Carlisle. This water oasis is pupular with dog walkers looking for a great location outside of Carlisle where you can beat the heat in style. The Shady Hill Conservation Land is found on one side of the lake if you want to go for a walk or a hike together. The Nutting Lake Conservation Land is found on the other side of the lake and is another wonderful spot for dog walkers and hiking lovers looking for local areas to explore with their energetic, tail-wagging hiking buddies! Make sure you pack plenty of water!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,505/sq mi

    #5 Pinehurst

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    Pinehurst is an unincorporated community to the east of Carlisle, less than a twenty-minute drive away. The Shaloo Meadow Forest is right in the middle of the community and is a pupperific place for nature lovers and dog walkers to enjoy. There is a creek right in the middle of the forest, so you may want to keep some dry towels in the car for the ride back home. The Bicknell Town Forest has walking paths and hiking trails that will take you from one end to the other, so be sure to pack plenty of water and waste bags for this spot!
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