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Dog Areas in Somerset, MA

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The town of Somerset is located in Bristol County, east of New York and close to the Rhode Island border. Somerset was first settled in 1677, and was officially incorporated in 1790. Historically, it was an important shipping point and is now known chiefly for power generation. The town is connected to nearby Fall River by the Brightman Street Bridge in the north and the newer Veterans Memorial Bridge. 

Unfortunately, there aren’t any parks or beaches in Somerset that allow dogs, however you can still have a great visit to this part of the world. There is a veterinary clinic in town, should the need arise. Quality Inn Somerset is a dog-friendly base camp for the area, located along Lee River. Over on the other side of town is Taunton River, where you can walk along Riverside Ave and check out the old ferry landing.

Del’s Frozen Lemonade is a pup-friendly stop for a sweet treat in Somerset. Order yourself one of their delicious ice creams and take a set at one of the outdoor benches. Your dog may even enjoy one of their pooch-safe flavours, such as watermelon, blueberry or peach-mango.

Somerset has plenty to offer and is the gateway to many other nearby pup-friendly places. No matter where you choose to explore, you and your dog are sure to enjoy your stay.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Somerset, MA

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    Population Density 2,272/sq mi

    #1 Somerset Reservoir

    Elm Street Acres is a picturesque nature spot to take your pup for a trail walk. There are tracks throughout this area for you to traverse, but take a GPS, comfortable shoes, food and water. The trail is not paved and will take some exploring, so allow plenty of time. There are also walking trails in nearby Quirk Mello Conservation Area. This is also a much-unchareted area, so go prepared for an adventure! Keep your pup on a lead as this is a conservation area, and always clean up after him.
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    Population Density 4,050/sq mi

    #2 Pleasant St /13th St

    The Alfred J. Lima Quequechan River Rail Trail in nearby Fall River is a paved walking path that crosses the Quequechan River. The designated path runs 1.4 miles and is an easy on-lead walk for you and your dog. Britland Park and Interchange Park are along the river adjacent to the trail, providing other green spaces that are perfect for a little walk. You will need to keep your pup on a lead in these areas, and make sure you clean up any mess Fido might leave behind. If you are hungry after your walk, head to Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen, where your dog is welcome to join you at an outside table.
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    Population Density 10,614/sq mi

    #3 Pleasant St /Quequechan St

    The Joe Silva Dog Park in Fall River has two fenced areas for pups of different sizes to safely play off-leash. Your dog will love it here, giving him the chance to frolic and run with other pups and enjoy some of the obstacles provided. Back on the lead, there are a  couple of other green spaces in the area to explore, such as Columbus Park and Lafayette Park. Remember to bring your clean up bags here and pack both of you some water for the trip. Grab yourself a snack from Marcucci's Bakery and Grinder Shop along the way.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,798/sq mi

    #4 Saint Anne's

    Kennedy Park in Fall River is a dog-friendly place to go for a walk and enjoy the outdoors with your best mate. Set over 57 acres close to the town centre, this park is a favorite place to visit for locals and visitors alike. There are plenty of trees, a pavilion, walking paths, a lookout with scenic views of Mount Hope Bay and a toilet block. While you are here, head to Moose Café and set down at an outside pet-friendly table. Moose boasts over 300 flavours of ice-cream to choose from, as well as a selection of pastries, drinks and sandwiches.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,255/sq mi

    #5 Warren


    Just a hop, step and short car ride to the East is Warren on Rhode Island, where you will be spoilt for choice of pup-friendly places to eat. The Square Peg offers two outside tables where you can sit with your dog and enjoy your burger, quesadilla or taco. If you fancy pizza, Federal Hill Pizza is your destination. There are three dog-friendly tables here and an array of freshly-made pizza, pasta, salads, burgers, sandwiches and drinks. At the Coffee Depot, you can get your caffeine fix and a sweet treat, with Fido welcome at one of the outside tables.

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