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Dog Areas in Medfield

7 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
3 Eateries
2 Groomers

Medfield is a small town 20 miles southwest of Boston, surrounded by thick woods and marshland. The area has a lot of history, with the first documented people in the town being known as the Neponset. The town was incorporated in 1651, and has grown to become a great spot not just for people, but for pups too thanks to the numerous parks and one animal hospital.

The Medfield Charles River State Reservation is the largest protected area in the city, with over 500 acres of land filled with dense trees, swampland, trails, and open fields. The area has a small parking area and 3.7 miles of dirt trails available for humans and pups to enjoy. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside the park, but you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.

The Rocky Woods Reservation is another great dog-friendly place to get out and enjoy nature with your pooch. This 491-acre area is made up of dense woods and open fields, providing over 6.5 miles of hiking and walking trails, picnic areas, barbeque facilities, and open space to run around and play. There are also benches, water fountains, and trash bins in the park.

This scenic area is known for its natural spaces, but you and Fido will love Medfield for its dedication in making dogs feel welcome in the city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Medfield

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    Population Density 841/sq mi

    #1 North Medfield

    North Medfield is made up of sprawling fields and old farmlands, with scattered residential homes. Fido will love heading to the McCarthy Park and Fields thanks to a large amount of open space and closed in fields. There are 6 baseball diamonds and two soccer fields, with extra open space and paved walkways. Dogs can run around in the fenced-in baseball fields while no teams are playing and they remain on a leash, relax in the picnic shelter, or take a stroll along the walkways. The park also offers water fountains, nighttime lights, restrooms, benches, picnic tables, and clean-up stations for Fido.
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    Population Density 843/sq mi

    #2 South Medfield

    South Medfield has a lot more to offer people, from a shopping center to a nice school district. The area is home to many residential homes and multiple dog-friendly parks. One park is known as Metacmet Park, which is a cozy area that is surrounded by trees. There is a soccer field, a fenced-in baseball field, enclosed tennis courts, restrooms, a small picnic shelter, and paved trail system. Dogs must remain on a leash, but can play in the open space or in the enclosed fields as long as no teams are playing, with access to features like water fountains, benches, nighttime lights, and trash bins.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,130/sq mi

    #3 Morseville

    Morseville is a rural area located in the town of Natick, 8.7 miles north of Medfield. The area is pretty quiet, but brings in lots of visitors thanks to the public Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary. The park has a unique picturesque setting with a mixture of grasslands, swamp area, and forests. There are 3 miles of trails that run throughout the park, made from dirtand gravel, and turn into boardwalks for going over the water. In the parking area, there are benches, trash bins, and restrooms. Coolidge Hill is a small park also in the neighborhood that offers a forested area with dirt trails winding through it. Dogs must remain on a leash inside both parks, and owners must remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 2,530/sq mi

    #4 Felchville

    Felchville is a cozy residential neighborhood in the city of Natick, 9 miles north of Medfield. Loker Park is the park of choice for most dog walkers in the area, thanks to its vibrant grassy fields, privacy bushes that surround the open space, playground, and basketball court. There's a paved walkway that encompasses the park, with picnic tables, benches, water fountains, and trash bins available to leashed pups. On the northern side of the neighborhood is the Henry S. Hunnewell Town Forest, which is open to the public and provides over 3 miles of dirt and gravel trails. Most of the trails are shaded and have benches stationed along them.
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    Population Density 3,073/sq mi

    #5 Natick Center

    Natick Center is the shopping district of Natick, located 9.1 miles north of Medfield. Although the community stays pretty busy throughout the day, a quiet place to walk Fido is the Navy Yard Field. The field has large oak trees on the edges of the park, with an open field, baseball diamond, and fenced-in basketball court. The area is excellent for letting Fido run around and play while they remain on a leash, and provide amenities like water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Right down the block is the start of the Pegan Cove Trail, a .9-mile trail that runs along Pegan Cove. The trail is made from concrete with benches and trash bins along the route and requires pups to be on a leash.
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