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Dog Areas in Sterling, MA

2 Parks
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Sterling is a small town that sits in Worcester County, Massachusetts. The town borders the Wachusett Reservoir and the town of Boylston, and near the Wachusett Mountain and the Leominster State Forest. There are two veterinarians in Sterling that you can take your pup to for a check-up.

Spend a day out at Sholan Park with your furry pal by your side. The park offers a picnic area with grills, plus they have volleyball courts, basketball courts, and there is a boat ramp since the park sits along Lake Waushacum, perfect if your dog loves the water.

If you and Fido are craving a sweet treat, then stop by Meola's Wayside Ice Cream Sterling for a treat. This family-run business has been open for over 100 years and offers 65 flavors of ice cream and frozen yogurt. Their outdoor seating area is dog-friendly and welcomes your four-legged pal to join you for a puppy pop! 

Get a good night's rest at Chocksett Inn and Restaurant. They welcome your dog to stay a night or two with you before heading back out into Sterling.

Your dog will have a great time hanging out with you in Sterling!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sterling, MA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 323/sq mi

    #1 Wachusett

    Enjoy a day out with your pup at the Sterling Greenery Community Park. This beautiful park has a large play area, restrooms, grass or fetch, and a pond. There are picnic tables that you can sit and relax on and a baseball diamond, but there isn't a paved path. The park is fenced in, perfect if your dog is an escape artist, but make sure your dog remains on a leash when you are enjoying this park together. Don't forget to bring your water and clean-up bags along with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 257/sq mi

    #2 Chocksett

    The Sterling Town Common is a great area to use for a nice walk with your pup. This small common area offers some grass that Fido can play fetch on, benches for relaxing, and a nice paved walking trail that circles the common area that is perfect for a walk. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash when you are walking, and bring water since there isn't any shade available. Memorial Park offers a gazebo and plenty of grass to roll around in. After a fun day out, stop into Rota Spring Ice Cream for a tasty treat. They have an outdoor area that welcomes your dog to sit alongside you while you enjoy an ice cream, frappe, or sundae. They also have a lunch menu that serves hot dogs or sandwiches.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,692/sq mi

    #3 Clinton Center Town


    Central Park is an amazing park to visit if you're looking to get a walk in with your dog. The park has plenty of grass space for fetch, but also offers a huge paved walking path that you two can use, and benches along the path to take a break at. Carlisle Park is a shady park in the same neighborhood that offers grass and a picnic area that you two can enjoy together. Fuller Field offers bleachers, a sports field, and a paved walking path around the field that is perfect for a nice walk with your dog. All  these great areas are located in Clinton, and only five miles out from Sterling. 

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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 163/sq mi

    #4 Bolton

    Check out the Bolton Flakes Wildlife Management Area with your dog and have a great afternoon out. This pawsome area is on a riverside preserve and has birdwatching, canoeing, and a great view of the Natshua River. There is an area where you can walk along the river, although there aren't any marked trails so keep an eye out when you are walking. Make sure your dog stays on a leash when you visit since there are a lot of natural wildlife running around. Located across the towns of Bolton, Lancaster and Harvard, and only five miles out from Sterling, your pup will love visiting this riverside park. 
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 659/sq mi

    #5 Lancaster

    Check out the Lancaster State Forest with your furry pal. This forest is the perfect place to get a good hike in with your furry pal and explore together. A few rivers run through the forest that Fido can stop at to cool down and get some water while you are out. Located nearby is the Lancaster Forest Loop Trail which is 4.3-miles long with a 147-foot elevation gain on a loop style route. This trail is perfect for any skill level of hiker and their pup. Located in Lancaster, your dog will have a great time out with you.
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