Dog Walkers in Deerfield, MA

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Dog Areas in Deerfield, MA

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1 Trail
1 Eatery

Deerfield is a small community in western Massachusetts, and home to two museums, the Pomcumtuck Valley Memorial Association, and Historic Deerfield Inc, which focuses on the decorative arts and early American material culture. There are no veterinarians in Deerfield, but there are five in South Deerfield, which is just down the road.

Go out on a hike along the Pomcumtuck Range and get a good walk in with your furry pal. The hike will take you through a wooded area where you will be covered with plenty of trees for shade. The trail is made from crushed stone and packed dirt, giving you an easy trail to hike along. Make sure your dog stays on a leash while you are out hiking this dogtastic trail. 

Get a bite to eat at Champney's Restaurant and Tavern with Fido by your side. This pawsome restaurant dishes out seasonal American cuisine with a menu that includes beer, wine, and cocktails. With options like clam chowder, Faroe Island salmon, and beef tenderloin, your dog will be drooling over your meal. Their outdoor patio is dog-friendly and the perfect spot to enjoy a meal together.

Your pup will have a great time exploring and relaxing in the small town of Deerfield alongside you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Deerfield, MA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 44/sq mi

    #1 Conway


    Hang out at the South River State Forest with your furry pal by your side. The forest offers camping, hiking, fishing, and boating on the Deerfield River. Your dog will love getting a nice walk in on the numerous trails that go throughout this park. The Conway State Forest has eight amazing trails you can explore together while you are visiting. All the trails connect to each other, so the distance you walk can be up to you. There is a small creek that goes through the park where you can Fido can stop for some water and cool down while you are out exploring. Only nine miles out of Deerfield in Conway, your dog will have a lovely time out at these parks.

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    Population Density 520/sq mi

    #2 South Deerfield


    The Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation is a beautiful spot to spend the day with your furry pal. The reservation offers a pawesome view of the Connecticut River Valley, plus has a picnic area, hiking, and mountain biking. The park is open from 9 a.m. until sunset, and make sure Fido stays on a leash while visiting. Herlihy Park is a dogtastic unique park with a large sports field, picnic tables with umbrellas for shade, and chairs sprawled out to relax in. This amazing park sits right along the Connecticut River, giving you a great view when you visit. Just four miles down the road in South Deerfield, your pup will have a great time exploring these parks with you.

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    Population Density 112/sq mi

    #3 Sunderland


    The Mt. Toby State Forest is a 755-acre forest that your dog will love to go and explore. The forest is known for the woodlands, waterfalls, and kettle ponds, and the forest overlooks the Connecticut River Valley. The Mount Toby Trail runs through this forest for 4.3-miles. There is a 921-foot elevation gain on a loop style route. The trail is known to be a little difficult since it can be a bit steep and the hills can be a little rocky. Located in Sunderland, and only six miles out of Deerfield, your dog will have an amazing time hiking through this gorgeous forest.

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    Population Density 1,018/sq mi

    #4 North Amherst


    The Mill River Recreation Area has tons of great amenities that Fido will be going crazy for. Enjoy the basketball and tennis courts, playground, pool, and picnic area with BBQs. There is a trail that goes throughout the park that you and your pup can use for a nice walk together. Go on a nice hike along the Katherine Cole Trail with your pup. The trail will take you through the Conservation land and Katherine Cole Conservation Area along the 0.8-mile trail. There is a 163-foot elevation gain, perfect for any hiker. Challenge yourself on the Noah Webster Trail which is a 1.5-mile trail with a 92-foot elevation gain on a loop style route. The trail will take you through the Podrick Cole Sanctuary where Fido needs to stay on a leash while you hike. The Wildwood Conservation Area is 40-acres of fun that your dog will love exploring. There is a 0.9-mile trail throughout the park where you and your pup can go on a nice walk along. All these great areas are located in Amherst, and only eleven miles out of Deerfield.

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    Population Density 2,224/sq mi

    #5 Amherst Center


    Kendrick Park is a great park to go and visit with your pup by your side. The park offers a large grass area where you can Fido can play a game of fetch, all while being covered by plenty of shade trees. The Sweetser Park offers a picnic area, water fountain, and nice walking path around the park that you can use for a walk with your dog. The Larch Hill Conservation Area is a 14-acre park that you and your dog can roam around and explore. The park has 0.4-miles of trails throughout it that you can use for a nice walk together. All these pawsome parks are located in Amherst, and only eleven miles from Deerfield. 

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