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Dog Areas in Holyoke, MA

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Holyoke lies between the western bank of the Connecticut River and the Mount Tom Range. There are two veterinary clinics here which provide both routine and emergency care. If you're visiting Holyoke or you're just passing through with your four-legged buddy and need a place to stay the night, you should visit the Homewood Suites Springfield North, where two pets under 80lbs are welcome. Or, try Holyoke Airbnb Rentals. You'll need to check the pet policy of each rental, since they tend to vary.

If you want to grab a bite with your dog while you're here, visit Nick's Nest for some hot dogs! Your pooch is welcome on the outdoor patio. Not in the mood for hot dogs? Try the Silk Deli and Bistro or Schermerhorn's Seafood, both of which allow dogs to dine with you.

While you are here, you have to visit the Dinosaur Footprints Reservation, which is an 8-acre wilderness reservation. Dogs are allowed to accompany humans, but they must be on-leash at all times and well-behaved. Another attraction that you can visit with your pup by your side is the Holyoke Heritage State Park.

The Fido-friendly amenities available in this pawesome city make it a great place to visit or call home!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Holyoke, MA

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    Population Density 1,874/sq mi

    #1 Central Holyoke

    While you're in Holyoke, you should make sure you visit the Holyoke Dog Park. The park is not very large, but it has all the things that you need for your dog to have fun. It is a fenced park with multiple trees for shade. There are two poop stations available so you can clean up after your pooch. The park includes water bowls and plenty of toys, but you should bring your own water because there is no water fountain. There is some basic agility equipment and the ground is covered in mulch. Your pal is sure to make some new fur-iends here, since this park is popular with the locals.
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    Population Density 82/sq mi

    #2 Central Granby

    If you're looking for a quiet, on-leash stroll in the vicinity of Holyoke, then you should visit the Dufresne Park located in Central Granby. The distance from Holyoke to the Dufresne Park is around 8 miles. You can explore the park along with your dog, but your pup has to be on-leash at all times. There is a designated off-leash fenced run that's up a hill. It is a perfect spot if you want to tire your pooch out. The fenced area is not that big, but you have the whole park to explore on-leash, so your furry friend won't mind. Make sure you bring water and poop bags for cleaning up after your pup.
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    Population Density 887/sq mi

    #3 North Westfield

    Around 11 miles away from Holyoke is another great dog park you won't want to miss. The Westfield Dog Park is very well-maintained, clean and easy to get to. It is a pretty quiet park, making it perfect for a laid-back walk with a timid pup. The park is fenced and has lots of trees to provide shade. It is a safe and fun place for your pupper where you can find some basic agility equipment. The park is an off-leash park and is maintained by a group of volunteers, so be sure to leave it as clean as you found it. Near the park, you can find a great path for walking and a pond.
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    Population Density 343/sq mi

    #4 Salmon Brook

    Approximately 33 miles south of Holyoke, you'll find Granby, Connecticut, which is home to the Granby Dog Park located in Salmon Brook Park. This is a fairly large, fenced dog park where dogs can run and socialize off-leash. The park provides lots of shade from the trees and picnic tables for human visitors. You'll also find a fire hydrant here so you can keep your pooch hydrated. There is also a brook behind the park where your dog can swim off-leash, but keep a close eye on your pup because it is not fenced. Poop bags, poop stations and water bowls are available at the park.
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    Population Density 484/sq mi

    #5 South Enfield

    Twenty miles away from Holyoke is yet another pawesome park where you can get some mutts-needed exercise with your best fur-iend. The Enfield Dog Park is located central Enfield in Connecticut. The park is fully fenced and has separate areas for large dogs and for small dogs. There is water available on-site, as well as benches for the human visitors. Dogs must have a license and current vaccinations to enter the park. There are water bowls, poop bags and plenty of toys in the park for every furry baby to use. Obstacle course equipment is also available for added fun.
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