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Dog Areas in Medway

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Medway is a town of around 13,000 people in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. The town was settled in 1657 and incorporated in 1713. For a long time, Medway was primarily a farming community, but today, it's a dynamic and thriving town with something to offer everyone. Your proximity to Boston means you're never far from all of the amenities a big city has to offer, and Medway is a wonderful place to live for those who enjoy the outdoors. The tree-lined streets in Medway are especially beautiful in the fall, and walking these streets with your dog will become a new favorite activity!

There's also a dog park right in Medway where your dog can enjoy some off-leash exercise. The Medway Dog Park is built where the home of the first settler in Medway lived. The stone foundation from this home is preserved by a fence surrounding it, but it makes a beautiful landmark in this dog park. There are big and small dog sections in the Medway Dog Park, as well as seating and waste disposal supplies, but be sure to bring your own water. Medway Dog Park once required a membership fee to join, but today, it's free for everyone to use. On top of this pawesome dog park, there are several more off-leash parks just a short drive from Medway!

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    Population Density 22,029/sq mi

    #1 Northern Brookline

    North Brookline, Massachusetts is just 25 miles northeast of Medway. This area is where you'll find Corey Hill Outlook Park, and there are certain hours of the day where dogs are allowed off-leash here. Brookline has a program called Green Dog, and when you pay a membership fee, your dog is allowed to be off-leash at 15 city parks during certain hours of the day. From dawn to 9 AM, your dog can be off-leash at Corey Hill Outlook Park, and the rest of the day dogs are welcome there on a leash. This park gives you excellent views of the river and Cambridge, and it's close to a shopping area with pet-friendly stores.
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    Population Density 22,000/sq mi

    #2 Prospect Hill

    Somerville, Massachusetts is a town just north of Boston, and northern Somerville is about 25 miles from Medway. The Prospect Hill neighborhood of northern Somerville is home to the Nunziato Field Dog Park. This dog park includes one large general area for all dogs to play, as well as a smaller time-out area if dogs need to be separated. There is seating, doggy bags, and shade at this park, but be sure to bring your own drinking water and bowl for your pooch. The surface of this off-leash park is primarily gravel and dirt, so be prepared for muddy paws if you visit after it rains.
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    Population Density 1,084/sq mi

    #3 North Franklin

    Franklin is another town in Massachusetts with an excellent dog park, and the Franklin Dog Park in the northern part of town is just five minutes from Medway. The Franklin Dog Park is a large, fenced-in dog park where pooches of all sizes play together in the same space. There's plenty of parking, and the entryways are double-gated as an added security measure. There are picnic tables, trees, rocks, and shady areas in Franklin Dog Park, and they provide visitors with doggy bags, too! Although there are several bowls positioned throughout the park, be sure to bring your own water supply.
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    Population Density 1,551/sq mi

    #4 Waltham Street

    The small town of Maynard, Massachusetts is about 30 miles from Medway, and eastern Maynard is home to the town's off-leash dog park. Maynard Dog Park is a clean and quiet dog park that opened in 2014, and it takes up about half an acre of land. All dogs play together in this space, and they aren't separated by their weight. The park is in a wooded area, and it has a wood chip surface which makes it easier to clean up after your pet. There's a double-gated entry system in place at Maynard Dog Park as well as several water bowls, but be sure to bring your own water to fill the bowls.
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    Population Density 8,260/sq mi

    #5 Bacon Street

    Watertown is a town of more than 30,000 people that's just west of Boston. Western Watertown is where you'll find the Watertown Dog Park, and it's only about 25 miles from Medway. This dog park has separate sections for big and small dogs, with lots of green grass and seating in both areas. You're also provided with drinking water and doggy bags at Watertown Dog Park, and it's open from dawn to dusk seven days a week! The park is situated next to community gardens, and this is a nice place to go for a walk with your dog on a leash after your trip to the off-leash park.
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