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Dog Areas in Harvard, MA

The town of Harvard, Massachusetts is just 25 miles northwest of Boston, and it's home to over 6,500 people. The area was settled in 1658, and for many years, it was primarily a farming community, but today, it's a picturesque residential community with excellent schools, a historic public library, and a general store that's been open since the 1800s. Each year, there are several events in Harvard that the whole family can enjoy, including farmers markets, flea markets, the Apple Blossom Festival, gardens, museums, and much more. Many of these outdoor events are dog-friendly, so dog owners in Harvard get to experience the magic of Harvard with their four-legged companions!

There are several apple orchards in Harvard, and many of them are pet-friendly. One such example is Doe Orchards in northern Harvard. Doe Orchards has 25 acres of pick-your-own apples, as well as two acres of berries, and a 10-acre pick-your-own Christmas tree area. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you for a day of apple-picking fun, and this family-friendly activity is a pawfect way to take in the charm of Harvard. If you're searching for an off-leash excursion you can enjoy with your dog, there are plenty of dog parks just a short drive from Harvard!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harvard, MA

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    Population Density 3,321/sq mi

    #1 Kimball Hill Road

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    If you drive 30 miles north of Harvard across the border into Hudson, New Hampshire, you can get to Hudson Dog Park at Benson Park in the town's center. Hudson Dog Park has separate areas for big and small dogs, as well as seating and doggy bags, but be sure to bring your own water supply for your dog to drink. The rest of Benson Park has activities you can enjoy with your family, like playgrounds, an animal farm, forested areas, and beautiful walking trails. Your dog can join you on the trails as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,993/sq mi

    #2 Yudicky Farms Conservation Area

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    There's another great dog park in New Hampshire, and this one is only 15 miles north of Harvard. The Nashua Dog Park is located in southern Nashua, and this three-acre off-leash park is sure to become a new favorite! It opened in 2012, and Nashua Dog Park has a separate small dog area in addition to a general area for all dogs to play together. The dog park consists of a large open field that's ideal for playing fetch with your dog, and there are also wooded areas where you can hike with your dog. A membership fee and orientation process are required to join this park.
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    Population Density 8,560/sq mi

    #3 Centralville

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    The Lowell Dog Park in Massachusetts is only 20 miles or about a half-hour drive from Harvard. It's located in the city's northeastern quadrant, and this dog park is one big, fenced space where dogs of all sizes, breeds, and weights can frolic and play together. The ground cover in this off-leash park is gravel, which makes it easier to clean up after your dog and helps reduce muddy paws. There's seating throughout the park so you can watch your dog in comfort, and there are also waste disposal stations. There are often bowls at the park, but be sure to bring your own drinking water to fill them.
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    Population Density 11,300/sq mi

    #4 East Arlington

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    Arlington is a Massachusetts town with a population of more than 42,000 people, and it's just six miles northwest of Boston. Eastern Arlington is home to Thorndike Field, which is a half-hour drive from Harvard. In addition to several sports fields, Thorndike Field has its own dog park! The Thorndike Field Dog Park has a general area for dogs of all sizes, as well as a separate enclosure for shy, senior, or small dogs to play. There's a variety of surfaces in the park for your dog to explore, including cement structures, tunnels, and ramps. Thorndike Field Dog Park has plenty of seating for pet parents, as well as drinking water and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 1,567/sq mi

    #5 South Medway

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    The town of Medway, Massachusetts has a population of around 13,000 people, and it's less than a half-hour drive from Harvard. South Medway is home to the Medway Dog Park, a furrific off-leash area your dog is sure to love! This dog park doesn't separate dogs by size, so be prepared for your big dog to meet some new, little friends. There's water, waste disposal supplies, and seating throughout the park, and it's free to use. On weekdays, the park opens at 6:30 AM, and on weekends, it opens at 8 AM. It closes every day at dusk or 8 PM, whichever comes first!
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