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Dog Areas in Fitchburg, MA

14 Parks
12 Shops
5 Eateries
3 Groomers

The city of Fitchburg is a countryside city on the north side of Massachusetts, 45 miles west of Boston. Rolling hills, thick forests, and a river pass through the metropolitan city. Thanks to its large amount of nature preserves and natural areas outside of the city, the town makes for a great place to get out and enjoy a nice walk. Most of the places to get out for a walk are dog-friendly, and there are even four veterinarians right in town.

The most popular park in the city is Coggshall Park, a 212-acre area that surrounds Mirror Lake, and offers miles of wooded trails, walking paths, open spaces, and recreational fields. There's two ballfields, tennis courts, a picnic area, a gazebo on the water, a dog-friendly beach to the lake, places for fishing, a playground, and a bird sanctuary. The park requires for pups to be on a leash inside the park, but have clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches available.

Another great park to head to with your pup is Parkhill Park, a wooded area with open space and trails to enjoy with Fido. The park has forested trails, fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, a playground, open space to run around in, and paved walking trails connecting the area. You and Fido can even find some other great features like water fountains, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, trash bins, and benches.

Whether you're visiting the town for its great outdoor activities, or a resident just going for a short walk with Fido, Fitchburg provides plenty of places just for your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fitchburg, MA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 414/sq mi

    #1 North Fitchburg

    North Fitchburg is a completely rural area, with thick woods and barely any residential homes. The area is home to Falulah Park, a wooded park with a small open space and forested trails. The small park is rural, but doesn't require pups to be on a leash. You can enjoy the benches and a trail that leads to the scenic Falulah Reservoir here. Greens Pond is on the south side of the neighborhood and offers another rural park. The pond is great for fishing and has a small open area to play in with picnic tables. Greens Pond also doesn't require pups to be on a leash, but you should remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,522/sq mi

    #2 Coolidge

    The neighborhood of Coolidge is a quiet one, mixed with rows of homes and dense trees throughout the area. The neighborhood shares its name with the park inside the area, Coolidge Park. The park is huge, with a large open area to run around and play in, fenced-in baseball fields, paved trails, and other recreational fields surrounded by woods. There's enclosed tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, and even a dog park. The dog park costs a shaded, fenced-in area to let your pup play off-leash. There's clean-up bags, water fountains, a double-gated entrance, and trash bins available inside the park. Outside the dog park, dogs must remain on a leash.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,163/sq mi

    #3 Summer Street

    Summer Street is a neighborhood filled with residential homes and a small shopping area, on the east side of town. In the area, the best-known park is Goodrich Park, thanks to its large open space, shaded walkways and sitting areas, fenced-in tennis courts, playground, and lovely picnic area. Leash up Fido before coming here, and enjoy amenities like water fountains, trash bins, and benches. The Laurel Bank Conservation Area is right on the edge of the neighborhood, and provides hikers a nice, natural area to explore in. The preserve boasts over 120 acres of protected land, with 3 miles of dirt trails, open areas for picnics, and no rules requiring dogs to be on a leash.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,789/sq mi

    #4 Upper Common

    Upper Common is a suburban neighborhood outside of downtown Fitchburg. The bustling neighborhood has some tremendous dog-friendly parks though, including Gateway Park. The park rests right along the Nashua River, with open space and views of the river, surrounded by trees on the opposite side of the park. Additionally, there is a playground, paved walkways, water fountains, and benches available to leashed pups. Not far from the park is Crocker Field, a recreational football, and soccer field with a baseball field, open space, restrooms, and a picnic tables. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and offers up water fountains, and benches.
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    Population Density 5,657/sq mi

    #5 Central Fitchburg

    Central Fitchburg is home to the city's downtown area, major shopping centers, and lots of small businesses. Despite the busy atmosphere, the community has some serene parks, like Fitchburg Riverfront Park. Just as the name suggests, the park rests along the Nashua River, with paved walkways to walk Fido on, a grilling and picnic area, open space, and a bridge that goes over the river. Monument Park is right up the street, and also offers a nice open space to let Fido play in, with space for picnics, a paved walking area that encompasses the park, benches, and water fountains. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside both parks.
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