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Dog Areas in Readville

2 Parks
2 Trails
2 Groomers

Readville, MA truly has the best of both worlds. Just thirty minutes away from Central Boston on the Franklin line, it’s also just a stone’s throw away from gorgeous state parks, reservations, and preserves. For history buffs, Readville needs no introduction -- it was home to Camp Meigs during the civil war, a training camp for Union soldiers. Cultured canines might get a kick out of wandering around the various monuments that now dot the large, open-air site. 

Readville is a diverse and family-friendly place -- it’s far enough away from the center of things to have a small-town vibe, but close enough for easy access to the many amenities the city has to offer. Unfortunately, there’s no veterinary clinic in Readville, but you’ll find a couple of clinics to take good care of your four-legged friend in nearby Dedham.

There’s no designated dog park in Readville, but that doesn’t mean you and your buddy are bound to be bored! Francis D. Martini Shell Park, on the border of Readville and Hyde Park, is very pawpular with local dogs and their owners, as it’s a great spot for some on-leash exercise. And don’t worry -- you and your pooch are sure to sniff out plenty of off-leash adventures in the surrounding area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Readville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,673/sq mi

    #1 Meadow Rd

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    Nature-loving pooches will be glad to know that they have some fantastic fur-friendly hiking trails right on their doorstep! Readville is home to its very own slice of the Neoponset River Reservation, running from the south end of Meadow Road all the way up to Martini Park. Beloved by boaters and fishing enthusiasts, this pawesome preserve also has some serene riverside trails for you and your furry friend to stroll along. Just remember to bring your own water, as well as doggy bags to keep the area clean!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 400/sq mi

    #2 Hyde Park

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    Stonybrook Reservation is a little bit hard to find -- the trailhead at Hyde Park is tucked away at the end of Turtle Pond Parkway -- but once you’re inside, you and your pooch might decide that this hidden gem was worth searching for! The park boasts eleven miles of easily walkable trails winding through a whopping 475 acres of wooded wonderland, leading up to the calm waters of Turtle Pond. Come on a weekday and you might even have this furrific little spot all to yourself! As an added bonus, the reservation is just a six-minute drive from Readville.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 295/sq mi

    #3 Noanet Woodlands

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    It should be clear by now that Readville isn’t lacking for nearby hiking options, but even with so many parks and preserves to choose from, the Noanet Woodlands are a real standout. Located just eight miles from Readville in Dover, this pup’s paradise allows dogs to sniff and explore its many trails off-leash -- just as long as they’re in sight of their owners! The trails here vary in length and incline, so there’s something for everyone, from the most athletic animals to less fit furry friends. Be sure to look up a map before you go!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,291/sq mi

    #4 Randolph (West Street)

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    If you and your pooch feel more secure in a fenced environment, Randolph Dog Park is a real mutts-visit! The park has a doggy obstacle course made up of tires, logs, and boulders, so your buddy is sure to get a thorough and entertaining workout. The huge open space is divided into separate sections for large and small dogs, so your fur ball can socialize no matter their size. Bags and water are provided, but be careful -- the park’s surface is mostly dirt and grass, so you might want to bring a towel for post-play clean-up if it’s been raining!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 16,742/sq mi

    #5 Jamaica Plain

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    If you and your pooch are looking for something different to do, why not take a trip to the Arnold Arboretum? Managed by Harvard University, the arboretum boasts more than 15,000 varieties of plants and trees. There’s also a network of trails where you and your buddy can stretch your legs! The arboretum makes for a nice day out any time of the year, but it’s seriously special in spring, when you can feast your eyes on thousands of flowers in full bloom. Afterwards, you and your buddy can chow down at the Dogwood Cafe. This local staple serves up satisfying comfort food, and welcomes wagging tails outside.
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