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Dog Areas in Hingham

10 Parks
2 Shops
7 Eateries
3 Groomers

With roots back to 1635, Hingham was the first major European settlement in the new world. Today, residents of this Boston suburb still utilize some of the city’s original buildings, such as the Old Ship Meeting House, built in 1681. Locals actively relish in and preserve Hingham’s rich history, while also enjoying newer amenities, like pawsome parks!

Dogs love Hingham’s Bare Cove Park! This 469-acre park has woofderful paved trails that run next to the Weymouth Back River. Your pooch will love taking a dip in the cool waters and romping through the woods and open meadows. Well-behaved dogs are allowed off-leash throughout the park, so long as they stay within eyesight and have excellent recall. Be sure to pack – and use – cleanup baggies.

Pooch need to visit a vet? There are four veterinary clinics in Hingham to take care of all your furry friend’s healthcare needs.

For eats in Hingham, you and Fido have lots of fur-iendly options! The Boathouse Bistro is a furrific restaurant with patio tables where your leashed dog is welcome to join you while you indulge in yummy Italian cuisine.

Plan on spending the night? You’ll find clean, cozy rooms at the Nantasket Hotel at the Beach in Hull, about seven miles from Hingham. Pets are welcome for a small fee.

Whether you’re a visiting history buff, or a local park connoisseur, you and Fido will have a howling good time in Hingham!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hingham

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    Population Density 1,774/sq mi

    #1 Crow Point/ West Hingham

    Does your pup have energy to burn? Head to the Crow Point/ West Hingham neighborhood! This area is home to two puptastic off-leash areas! For pups who require more controlled freedom, check out Stoddard’s Neck Dog Park. The off-leash park is surrounded by the waters of the Weymouth Back River on three sides, with a four-foot rock wall enclosing the remainder of the park, making it a woofderful spot for dogs that need a fenced environment. Your pooch will have a pawsome time in the giant open grassy space, and can even go for a swim on the beach! There’s a walking path, cleanup bags, picnic tables and benches in the park, too! For more furrific fun, check out the five miles of fur-iendly trails at More-Brewer Park with your leashed dog. This neighborhood is also home to the off-leash area at Bare Cove Park!
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    Population Density 1,177/sq mi

    #2 Hingham Town Center

    Leash your pup and get ready for a pawsitively spectacular hike in Hingham’s Town Center neighborhood. The area is known among locals for the pawsome hikes at an outdoor space called World’s End. With 251 acres of coastal areas, your walk with Fido will be made even better by panoramas of the Boston skyline, about 15 miles away. The natural area has 4.5 miles of paths that meander through patches of woodlands and near the Hingham Bay waters. You may even encounter some deer on your walk! World’s End is also pawpular for picnics and horseback riding, and there are drinking fountains, restrooms and benches. Leashed dogs are also welcome in the neighborhood’s six-acre Lyfords Lyking Park, and the 32-acre Foundry Pond Area.
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    Population Density 1,138/sq mi

    #3 Liberty Plain/ Finnville

    Get ready for pawesome fun in the Liberty Plain/ Finnville neighborhood! The area is home to Wompatuck State Park, a favorite canine hangout spot among locals. Leash your dog and hit the trails at this beautiful park for some exercise. For an easy walk, try the one-mile Healthy Heart Loop. Looking for a longer hike? Hit the miles of bridle and single track trails that weave through hardwood forests, around ponds and near creeks at this woofderful park! Maps are available at the Visitor’s Center. The park is pawpular for camping, biking, horseback riding and non-motorized boating. George Washington Forest is another puptastic wooded area in the neighborhood with three miles of trails to explore with your leashed dog.
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    Population Density 2,083/sq mi

    #4 Cole Corner

    Want to get back to nature with your furry friend? You’ve got options in the Cole Corner neighborhood! Leash your dog and head to the 93-acre Plymouth River Complex. You and your four-legged friend will have a woofderful adventure hiking on the nature trails that meander through the hardwood forests. Along the way, you’ll have some furrific views of the Plymouth River and fishing opportunities. There are a couple benches and a few interpretive signs throughout the park, too. Mildred Cushing Woods is another pawsome place for a walk with your leashed pooch in this neighborhood. You and Fido will love cruising the trails that traipse over the forest’s rolling hills and open fields, and around Cushing Pond.
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    Population Density 4,404/sq mi

    #5 North Weymouth

    There’s tons of tail wagging waiting for you and Fido in the North Weymouth neighborhood! About four miles from Hingham, this neighborhood is home to the Webb Memorial State Park, where leashed dogs can have a woofderful adventure! This peninsula park is a pawpular spot for paddling pups and their people, as the calm bay waters make for great canoeing and kayaking. Fishing and hiking are also fun activities in this state park! The walking paths wind through a mix of open fields and forested areas with beautiful water views along the way. There are pawsome picnic tables with barbecue grills and restrooms, too. For other furrific leashed adventures in this neighborhood, check out Abigail Adams Park!
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