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Dog Areas in Quincy, MA

15 Parks
3 Trails
5 Shops
6 Eateries
7 Groomers

Quincy, Massachusetts is the largest city in Norfolk County, and is a significant part of Metropolitan Boston.  Whether you are a local to the area, or you are visiting, there are several nearby locations to check out with your favorite furry friend. There are also four veterinarians who are available in town to help keep your pet healthy.

Check out Squantum Point Park to take in amazing views of the Boston skyline, or spend the day exploring the parks’ trail and watching local wildlife. Set on the site of a former Naval Air Station, Squantum Point Park even has a beach where dogs are welcome to swim. Interested in learning more about Quincy's history? Bring your dog for a stroll on the Quincy Historical Walking Trail. This 3.5-mile trail leads you to several of the city's most important sites.

If you are feeling hungry, check out one of the area’s many restaurants with dog-friendly outdoor seating. Enjoy traditional New England fare at Burke’s Seafood, or grab a cup of your favorite hot beverage at Marylou’s Café.

As part of Metropolitan Boston, Quincy is close to all the best the city has to offer. No matter how you spend your day, both you and your pal are sure to have a tail-waggin’ good time! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Quincy, MA

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    Population Density 4,133/sq mi

    #1 Marina Bay


    Located northwest of downtown Quincy, the Marina Bay neighborhood is a great place to enjoy some of the best local cuisine. For fresh seafood and an unbeatable waterfront view, check out Port 305. This casual spot serves up a wide variety of dishes ranging from seafood to steak and chicken. Your canine companion is welcome to join you at one of the restaurant’s pet-friendly outdoor tables. If you are in the mood for Italian fare, enjoy dinner and drinks at Siros. This local favorite also welcomes dogs on their patio and offers spectacular views of the Boston skyline across the Harbor. 

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    Population Density 14,841/sq mi

    #2 Norfolk Downs


    Norfolk Downs is a great neighborhood to check out if you are feeling hungry. For fresh seafood along the shore, try Tony’s Clam Shop. This local favorite has been feeding the area for more than 50 years, and has a reputation for serving only the freshest seafood. Pups are welcome on the deck where you can both enjoy the view overlooking Wollaston Beach. When you’re finished, enjoy a leisurely stroll along the beach with your canine companion, just remember to bring a leash. Nearby, Hancock Tavern serves up a full menu of pub favorites, including fish and chips, burgers and more. With a fully stocked bar and several Fido-friendly tables on the patio, this restaurant is another local favorite. 

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    Population Density 49,974/sq mi

    #3 Shawmut


    Located just 5 miles northwest of Quincy, Boston’s Shawmut neighborhood is well worth the short drive. When your dog is needing some exercise, head to Peter’s Park. This fully fenced, off-leash dog park includes separate areas for large breeds and smaller breeds, along with benches where pet parents can relax and take in the action. There is also a doggy water fountain and rock obstacles for dogs to play on and climb. If you need a place to catch some zzz’s while you’re in the area, check out Chandler Inn Hotel. This boutique hotel welcomes one canine companion weighing less than 25 pounds at no additional fee. 

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    Population Density 31,917/sq mi

    #4 South Boston


    Boston’s South Boston neighborhood lies just over 7 miles north of Quincy, and offers a few unique places to check out with your favorite four-legged friend. During the offseason, stop by Castle Island Beach. This beach welcomes dogs, and there is plenty of room for playing and swimming. Carson Beach also allows dogs between Labor Day and Memorial Day. For year-round fun, check out the South Boston Dog Park. This off-leash park features tunnels for dogs to explore, trees for shade and plenty of benches. Whether you spend your day at the park or on the beach, your dog will love spending time in this Fido-friendly neighborhood. 

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    Population Density 16,354/sq mi

    #5 West Cambridge


    If you are feeling up to a slightly longer drive, head approximately 14 minutes northwest to Cambridge’s West Cambridge neighborhood. There you will find Fresh Pond Reservation Dog Park. Bring your dog here for off-leash play or to enjoy a dip in one of the park’s two ponds. There’s also a 2.5-mile trail where you and your pal can burn off some excess energy. When you are done playing for the day, grab a meal at Formaggio Kitchen. This gourmet food market and deli serves up a rotating selection of sandwiches, and dogs are welcome in the outdoor seating area. 

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