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Dog Areas in Rehoboth

6 Parks
2 Trails
6 Groomers

Quaint, family-friendly, and chock full of stately New England charm, Rehoboth, MA has a long and storied history. The town was founded way back in the early seventeenth century, and it’s home to many historical sites, including 53 cemeteries! Rehoboth is also known as the birthplace of American public education -- early settlers here pooled money to build a schoolhouse and hire a teacher for all students, regardless of income or background. There are several, mostly volunteer-run museums in town, but Rehoboth’s dedication to preserving its heritage is just one sign of the town’s strong community spirit. Evidence of the citizens’ civic pride is everywhere, from the large variety of small local businesses to the organization of the Summer Rock Fest.

There’s no dog park in Rehoboth, but that doesn’t mean you and your pooch should get all "melan-collie"! The town has a couple of pawesome community parks that are ideal for leashed walks, and you’ll find some fabulously fur-friendly hiking options right on your doorstep. Rehoboth may be small, but there’s certainly room for a veterinary clinic, and emergency services are available in nearby Seekonk. And if your furry friend needs to run free, don’t fret -- you’ll find plenty of off-leash adventure options a little further afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rehoboth

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 222/sq mi

    #1 Rehoboth State Forest

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    No bones about it, if your pooch likes hiking, they’ll go wild for a trip to Rehoboth State Forest! Right on your doorstep on Francis St., this pawsitively idyllic preserve features over 130 acres of wooded wonderland for you two to sniff and explore. Rehoboth State Forest is also home to some rare and interesting flora -- don’t pick the lady slippers, though, or you could face a fine! Your furry friend is welcome to walk with you as long as they’re leashed, but keep in mind that the trails aren’t clearly marked -- it’s a good idea to look up a map before you go.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,867/sq mi

    #2 Wayland

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    Providence’s fabulously fur-friendly Wayland neighborhood is just a nine-mile drive from Rehoboth, so you’d have to be barking mad not to take the trip! Cultured canines might get a kick out of a trip to Books on the Square, where well-read pooches are welcome to browse along with their owners. Hungry? Consider popping in to The Salted Slate. Their meatballs and grilled vegetables are delicious, and wagging tails are welcome outside. Afterward, you can burn it all off with a leashed walk around Blackstone Park, where you’ll find wooded trails and gorgeous views of the Seekonk River.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,271/sq mi

    #3 Slater Park

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    Pawtucket Dog Park is a real mutts-visit! The dog run is a little difficult to find -- it’s right behind the duck pond in Slater Park -- but once your pooch gets through those double gates, you two are sure to decide that the search was worth it! There’s plenty of room here for even the most rambunctious fur-ball to leap about to their heart’s content, and there’s a separate area for small dogs, too, so your pup can play and socialize no matter their size. Bags and water are provided, but be careful -- the park’s surface is mostly grass, so bring a towel in case your buddy gets muddy.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 13,127/sq mi

    #4 Federal Hill

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    If you two are looking for a little variety in your off-leash exercise, why not check out Bell St Dog Park in Federal Hill? This furrific dog run is huge -- there’s plenty of space for your pooch to run around and tire themselves out in, or for a spirited game of catch or tug-of-war! As an added bonus, there’s plenty of shade, and tired owners are sure to appreciate the benches. Bags are provided, but there’s no water fountain -- you’ll need to bring your own bottle. Unlike the Pawtucket park, there’s no separate small dog area, so be mindful of your pup's temperament while playing here.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 12,562/sq mi

    #5 College Hill

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    Looking for something different to do? Why not take the drive to College Hill in Providence and take in the Providence Ghost Tour? You and your pup can look for spirits by lantern light on this leashed dog friendly tour of the city’s historic East Side. The guides are expert storytellers, so you two are sure to be entertained whether you’re superstitious or skeptics! After your tour, you and your four legged pal can chow down at The Flatbread Pizza Company. Their thin crust is the stuff of local legend, and they cater to canines at their outdoor tables.
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