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Dog Areas in Hadley

5 Parks
1 Trail
8 Eateries
5 Groomers
Hadley is known as a major shopping destination for the people of Hampshire County, Massachusetts, but even with all the tourists, there are still great amenities for you and Fido to enjoy. Hadley sits right at the bottom of the Mount Holyoke Range, perfect if your pup loves hiking and exploring. There are also two veterinarians in Hadley, making it easy for a quick check-up, or in case of emergency.

Head out to the J.A. Skinner State Park for a fun adventure out with your pup. The park offers amazing hiking trails that you and Fido can explore, plus the Connecticut River Valley runs through the park. The park surrounds Mount Holyoke, giving you a beautiful scenic view while you are exploring together. 

Take your pup out to Wildwood Barbeque for a delicious meal with you. This pawsome restaurant uses a classic wood-smoked barbecue and offers gluten-free and vegetarian options. There are 16 craft beers on tap, and the eatery offers monthly beer events. Their dog friendly patio is perfect for you and your pup to sit down and relax together at.

Get a good night's rest at the Howard Johnson Express Hadley or the Comfort Inn Hadley with your furry pal. They welcome Fido to stay the night with you and rest up before heading back out into Hadley.

Your dog will love the amazing town of Hadley and exploring all of its great amenities with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hadley

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 428/sq mi

    #1 Russell Street/ S Maple Street

    If your pup is out and about with you in Hadley, there are lots of restaurants the two of you can choose from when hunger strikes. Chipotle Mexican Grill offers delicious Mexican food options, like burritos and tacos that you can customize to make your perfect meal. Shelburne Falls Coffee Roasters offers a full espresso bar, tea, and other house specials. Their menu includes breakfast and lunch options that Fido would drool over. Panera Bread offers healthy options for you and your pup, like salads and soups, plus they make their break in house daily. All of these amazing restaurants offer dog friendly patios, perfect for you and your pup.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 142/sq mi

    #2 North Hadley

    Take your pup out for an amazing hike on the Mount Warner Trail and have a great day filled with exercise. The hike is 2.2-miles long with a 278-foot elevation gain and a loop style route. This hike is perfect for any skill levels of hikers. You and your pup can hike the hills around the Connecticut River Valley and through a beautiful wooded area. The trails are well maintained, making them easier to travel with your pup. Your dog will love exploring the 500-acres where the trail sits, but make sure to bring water with you while you enjoy your hike together.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 208/sq mi

    #3 Moody Bridge Road

    The Silvio O. Conte Natural Fish and Wildlife Refuge is a great area to take your pup to for a fun day out. The area offers restrooms., a boardwalk, numerous trails, a scenic pond, and overlooks. The refuge sits on the Fort River, perfect if your dog wants to splash around. Take a hike on one of the two great trails that runs through the area, including the Nulhegan River Trail which is 1-mile long or the North Branch Trail which offers a 4-mile loop for a little longer of a workout. Your pup needs to stay on leash while visiting and don't forget your water.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 208/sq mi

    #4 Atkins Corner

    Head out to Mount Holyoke Range State Park for an amazing day out with your pup. The 3000-acre lava rock range and forest makes up most of the park, and is a perfect spot for exploring with your pup. There are 30-miles of hiking trails that you both can hike along together as well. There are streams, wetlands, and woods that you and Fido can hike through, and the park is open from sunrise to sunset. The park is popular with hikers, moutain bikers, hunters, and those who love winter sports, so keep an eye on your pup. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you while you hike.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 386/sq mi

    #5 Aldrich Mills

    Go on a great hike with your pup on the Lithia Springs Trail. The hike offers a 2.2-mile distance with a 216-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. The trail will take you past the Lithia Spring Reservoir where Fido can cool off, and at the end of the hike there is a pond that he can splash in. Your pup needs to stay on leash while you hike, and make sure to remember your water while you are out and about with your pup. This trail is perfect for first time hikers and their dogs since the elevation and mileage is short.
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