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Dog Areas in East Weymouth

2 Parks
2 Eateries

A small sub-sector in greater Weymouth, East Weymouth is a pleasant little locale in Massachusetts where you and your dog are sure to have a ball -- maybe even a tennis ball, at that. With a number of dog-friendly restaurants to choose from in the immediate area, as well as plenty of dog-friendly activities if you’re willing expand your scope a bit, East Weymouth is a welcome reprieve from some of the busier locations in the state. 

Low-key and easygoing are two words that could be used to describe both the locals and their precious pups. However, one thing they don’t take lightly is the treatment of their canine companions! To see this proven, make your way to Jenna’s in greater Weymouth, a restaurant with delicious burgers and ice cream, and a pristine outdoor deck for you and your pup to chow down on. Buy yourself a nice cone, and your your diva doggie will be brought a dish of water as well as a small dish of vanilla ice cream -- with milkbone treats as toppings! A special treat for your pup, it’s definitely worth a visit, and that’s just one place that makes East Weymouth furrific!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Weymouth

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    Population Density 3,174/sq mi

    #1 Stodder's Neck

    Said to be a perfect place for a picnic, filled with rolling hills and sandy beaches where your pup can get their paws dirty, Stodder’s Neck Dog Park is the perfect location to kick off this doggy to-do list. Three sides of this dog park are surrounded by water, and the fourth has a tall rock wall that your pup will have a hard time hopping. There are doggy waste bags provided throughout the park as well as waste bins. Water bowls are also provided, though you should bring plenty of clean drinking water for your pup at this slice of heaven.
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    Population Density 3,174/sq mi

    #2 South Weymouth

    Located in South Weyfield at what used to be the naval aviation base, you’ll find Southfield Dog Park, a perfect place to play with your pup. With two fenced-in areas -- one for large dogs and another for smaller breeds -- your pup is sure to have a blast running themselves wagged after finally getting off their lame old leash. The park is well-kept, but something of a hidden treasure for locals. Not many frequent this park, making it great for your dog’s first park visit. Bring drinking water and waste bags, as well as your trusty collapsible water bowl.
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    Population Density 8,239/sq mi

    #3 Thorndike Field

    Housed in Arlington, a hop and a skip from East Weymouth, you’ll find Thorndike Field, a highly-rated park which contains a massive dog park. Though there are mixed reviews on the gravel substrate, most are positive and say the gravel is easy for pup to prance on. There’s a water fountain right in the middle of the park, and plenty of obstacles for your doggie to dodge. The locals who frequent this park are exceptionally friendly, but as this is a pretty busy park, there can be a high number of visitors at some hours, making it pawfect for social butterflies!
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    Population Density 13,903/sq mi

    #4 Carleton Court

    Something of a prized secret for locals, Carleton Court is home to the Carleton Court Dog Park, a reasonably sized park that is magnificent in its simplicity. Your dog is sure to stay pawsitively hydrated with the fresh water provided on-site, and enjoy making friends with the well-behaved patrons of the pup park. There’s a large fence with a double gate to ensure your canine companion can’t make a wild escape, and the park is described as having a small neighborhood feel to it in spite of its location in densely populated Boston. Bring plenty of waste bags and have fun!
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    Population Density 13,903/sq mi

    #5 Belle Isle Marsh

    Last but definitely not least on your doggy to-do list is making your way to Belle Isle in Boston, where you’ll find the Belle Isle Marsh Park. While dogs are required to be leashed in the park, the scenic views and winding paths can’t be missed. With paved trails for you and your pup to explore while viewing the marshlands, you’d be doggone crazy to miss this beautiful little slice of Boston. Be sure to remain on path for your pup's safety, however, as there are a number of marsh birds and other wildlife that may greet you on your trek.
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