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Dog Areas in Pelham, MA

4 Parks
5 Trails

The small town of Pelham boasts a tranquil and laid back charm, and its abundance of natural beauty makes it the pawfect place to spend some time up close with nature. With sprawling expanses of greenery to explore, as well as a highly rated veterinary hospital, Pelham has everything you need for a pawtastic time with Fido.

The largest parcel of greenery in Pelham is the Harkness Conservation Area, where you will find 136 acres of beautiful wilderness to walk through. There is a marked trail that runs through the grounds for 1.7 miles, as well as several smaller unmarked trails branching off from this, making it easy to spend the entire day here.

Not too far away from here is the Buffam Falls Conservation Area, which, as you may have guessed from its name, is home to Buffam Falls. This is a stunning waterfall with three main cascades, each one just under ten feet in height. There are a few different trails leading to the falls, varying in length and difficulty level, but keep in mind that some require a great deal of balance on slippery rocks.

With so many pawsome walks to be had, you and your pooch will really enjoy all that Pelham has to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pelham, MA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #1 East Village


    Directly adjacent to Pelham is the Amherst neighborhood of East Village, where you and Fido will be able to enjoy some pawriffic walks. The highlight of this neighborhood is the Amethyst Brook Conservation Area, which is a popular park with both families and dog owners. This passive park boasts an impressive network of trails, many of which follow alongside the brook, offering scenic views the whole way. In addition to the shorter trails that run through the grounds, the park is home to a 2.3 mile portion of the Robert Frost Trail, which runs for 47 miles in total, making this the pawfect place for a long distance dog walk. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 68/sq mi

    #2 Shutesbury


    The Shutesbury neighborhood of Shutesbury is adjacent to Pelham, and is home to the magnificent Lake Wyola State Park. This 40 acre expanse of greenery sits on the banks of the 128 acre Lake Wyola, which is surrounded by picnic sites, complete with charcoal grills. The lake is a popular swimming spot, with lifeguards on duty, and while your pup will not be allowed in the water, a stroll on the beach is a must! There are a few sports facilities within the park, as well as a boat ramp and hiking trails. Don't forget to bring a dog lead, doggie bags and drinking water with you.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,224/sq mi

    #3 Main Street


    Less than a mile from Pelham is the neighborhood of Main Street in Amherst, and although this may be quite a busy part of town, there are still several pockets of greenery here that you can take Fido to. Begin at the Salem Street Conservation Land, where you and Fido can check out some of the local plant life. Then, head to Kendrick Park, where you can see even more native and non-native tree varieties. There is a paved path within this park, as well as a few benches dotted around. Not too far away from here is Sweetser Park, which is beautifully landscaped and features an iconic water fountain, as well as picnic benches.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 735/sq mi

    #4 High Point


    The Amherst neighborhood of High Point is less than a mile away from Pelham, and is the pawfect place to head to for a long walk with Fido. Your pooch will no doubt love the Flat Hills Conservation Area, which stretches out for 64 acres and boasts a hiking trail just under a mile long. Another popular spot in this neighborhood is the Haskins Conservation Area, which is 24 acres in size. Although there are no marked trails within this park, there are several unmarked trails that you and Fido can explore, although keep in mind that these can sometimes end up quite overgrown during the summer months. 

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,018/sq mi

    #5 Amherst


    The Amherst neighborhood of Amherst is about a mile from Pelham, and boasts a few different spacious green areas. The first is the Mill River Recreation Area, which is a part of a larger green belt. The park is home to a swimming pool, a playground, a few sports facilities, a pavilion and picnic tables, and also provides access to the Mill River Conservation Trails. Also in this neighborhood are the Katherine Cole Conservation Area and the Podick Cole Sanctuary, both located next to each other. These green spaces boast a rugged wilderness and winding walking trails that will no doubt get Fido's tail wagging. 

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