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Dog Areas in Fall River, MA

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3 Eateries

Fall River is a city of nearly 90,000 people in Bristol County, Massachusetts. In the 19th century, Fall River was the primary textile center in all of the United States, but today, it is known for its World War II naval vessel collection and the prominent Portuguese culture in town, among other things. The city's proximity to water and other natural features means there are plenty of outdoor spots to explore, and what better way to get to know a city than on foot with your pup? There are distinct ethnic neighborhoods throughout Fall River that offer unique churches, restaurants, and other activities in town.

If you're in Fall River, you have to stop into Jerry Remy's Sports Bar and Grill for a bite to eat, and you can sit at one of their five outdoor pet-friendly tables with your dog. In addition to their excellent menu, you can enjoy a wide variety of artisan and domestic beers while you watch your favorite sporting event. This Fido-friendly eatery serves classic American dishes like Pancha-style burgers, nachos, wings, ribs, and fish and chips. Once you're done with your meal, you can set off to explore Fall River's dog park and other dog-friendly places nearby!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fall River, MA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,882/sq mi

    #1 Central Fall River

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    Fall River got its very own dog park in 2011, and the Joseph Silva Memorial Dog Park has since become a prime location for meeting other friendly dog owners and letting your dog get some off-leash exercise. This great park is right in the heart of Fall River close to other amenities, and it features both a big and small dog section. If your dog likes other activities to keep them stimulated, they'll love the agility equipment and toys available at the park. There is a double-gated entry system for added security, and there is also seating throughout the park where owners can relax and watch their dogs play.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,224/sq mi

    #2 City Center

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    Warwick, Rhode Island isn't far from Fall River, and it only takes half an hour to get to the Warwick City Dog Park in eastern-central Warwick. The Warwick City Dog Park has separate big and small dog sections so your dog can sniff out some new friends their own size! The park's surface is primarily sand and dirt, so be sure to bring something to clean your dog's paws off after the visit. There are some doggie waste bags available in the park, and visitors also appreciate the abundance of seating and shade where owners can relax.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,172/sq mi

    #3 Northern Newport

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    Just 20 miles south of Fall River, in Newport, Rhode Island, is the Newport Dog Park. The park is located in the northern part of town, and it's the only dog park in the city. This fenced dog park has sections for big and small dogs, although if your dog is particularly teeny-tiny, there may be some sections in the fence that they can sneak through, so keep an extra close eye on them. There are some benches in the park, and several plastic chairs left for anyone to use. The park provides visitors with doggy bags, but there isn't a running water source at the park, so be sure to bring your own water.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,932/sq mi

    #4 Slater Park

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    Less than 20 miles northwest of Fall River is Pawtucket, Rhode Island, a town of more than 70,000 people. There's a dog park on the eastern edge of town called the Pawtucket Dog Park. This dog park has big and small dog sections separated by a tall fence, so there's no need to worry about your big dog jumping into the small dog section. There are water spigots at the park as well as biodegradable doggy bags to keep the park clean. Both sides of the park have seating and shade, and visitors have donated solar lights so the park is lit up at night.
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    Population Density 177/sq mi

    #5 South Dartmouth

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    Dartmouth, Massachusetts is less than a half-hour drive from Fall River, and in southern Dartmouth, you'll find the Lloyd Center for the Environment. This center is committed to providing education, outreach, and research programs to help protect the environment, and this non-profit organization offers its facilities to guests for free. Some of these facilities include its off-leash trails! If you and your dog would like to do an off-leash activity that's a little different than a dog park, this is the place for you! Your dog can join you off-leash on any of the hiking trails, but be advised that there is no fence surrounding the trails.
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