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Dog Areas in Clinton, MA

11 Parks
2 Trails
7 Shops
3 Eateries
2 Groomers

The area of Clinton was settled in 1654, but wasn't incorporated until 1850. The incorporation of the town was brought upon thanks to the major textile factories going up in the area, giving the town enough leverage to separate from this mother-town. Enriched in culture and history, Clinton today has a beautiful downtown area and lots of outdoor space, used for city events and daily dog walkers.

The most common of places to walk Fido is the Philbin Memorial Park, thanks to its central location and different amenities for everyone. There is open space, a paved walking trail, a basketball court, a playground, shaded sitting areas, and picnic tables. Pups must remain on a leash inside the park, and have access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Savage Field is on the northeast side of the town and offers a safe place to run around with Fido, thanks to the two fenced-in baseball fields that allow dogs. There's open space, picnic tables, and benches in the park available to leashed pups.

The Clinton Floodplain Area is a wooded area along the Nashua River and has some great trails and open fields for picnics when the water goes down. The area is dog-friendly and does not require dogs to be on a leash, although you will have to remember to bring water to this park!

Clinton has 3 dedicated animal hospitals, a dog-friendly walkable downtown, and a love for their four-legged residents that has been around for hundreds of years. Come by and visit today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clinton, MA

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    Population Density 5,176/sq mi

    #1 Clinton City Center

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    The Clinton City Center has a vibrant mix of busy shopping centers and residential homes. Inside the area is Center Park, which is the best spot in the neighborhood to walk your pooch. There is a large open area with scattered trees for shade, sitting areas, a trail that encompasses the park, paved walkways that meet at the center, picnic tables, and water fountains. Millstone Park is a corner park also in the neighborhood, and although there are no paved walkways, the park is completely covered by trees with a grassy terrain, perfect for a cool walk with Fido. Dogs must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 3,350/sq mi

    #2 North Clinton

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    North Clinton is a quiet neighborhood with a mixture of residential homes and trees. Inside the area is the area's oldest park known as Fuller Field, which has been in operation since the 1870s. Today the park boasts a sizeable;e open space that is surrounded by trees that provide lots of shade and privacy. There are two baseball fields, a looping paved trail, restrooms, a pavilion, and picnic area. Dogs can run around in the baseball fields or in the open space while they are on a leash, and will have access to additional features like water fountains, benches, trash bins, nighttime lights, and a clean-up station in the parking lot.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,799/sq mi

    #3 Wachusett Reservoir

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    The neighborhood of Wachusett Reservoir rests right on the river, filled with busy streets and an active residential area. Carlisle Park is the most popular park in the area, with an open area available for running around and playing, large oak trees and paved walkways that wind throughout the park. There are benches, water fountains, and picnic tables. Lakeside Field is in the northern part of the neighborhood and provides a pretty open area right along the water, with an area to play, run or just go for a nice walk. Both parks require pups to remain on a leash, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags!
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    Population Density 904/sq mi

    #4 Bolton

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    Bolton is a small town that is 1.2 miles northeast of Clinton that offers lots of dog-friendly spots to go to, like the Bolton Flats Wildlife Management Area. This wildlife area has over 50 acres of land comprised of wetlands, open fields, and thick forests, and allows dogs to roam and explore off leash. There are 2.3 miles of nature trails, a small parking area, benches, and trash bins. Another spot to check out is Memorial Field, which has four different baseball diamonds, a pavilion, picnic tables, water fountains, and trash bins available. Pet walkers are required to keep their pup on a leash at all times and clean up after them.
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    Population Density 500/sq mi

    #5 Sterling

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    Sterling is a small town 3 miles west of Clinton that is made up of old farmland and residential areas. The Sterling Greenery Community Park brings in a lot of visitors to the town, thanks to its large area and recreational field which provides multiple soccer fields, enclosed baseball fields, fenced-in tennis courts, a pond for fishing, paved walkways, a playground, extra space, a pavilion, restrooms, and a place for barbequing. Dogs must remain on a leash at all times while inside the park, but can play in the fenced-in ball fields as long as no teams are playing. Additional amenities include benches, a clean-up station, nighttime lights, and trash bins.
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