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Dog Areas in Stoneham

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The charming town of Stoneham is located less than 10 miles north of the bustling city of Boston. This cozy town is perfect for people who want to be close to a busy metropolis, but live in a cozy residential town. Visitors and residents can revel in the history of Stoneham, which was incorporated in 1725. 

Looking to move to the area? Visit Pet Life for all your everyday needs, like all-natural pet foods and high-quality accessories. Plus, there are two animal hospitals centrally located in Stoneham, close to all the city's neighborhoods for convenient care! Despite being a small, tight-knit town, Stoneham has plenty to offer in the way of activities and dog-friendly fun. 

The area is home to a beautiful pond, plenty of picturesque wilderness, and an off-leash area where your pups can run around. Located in the Middlesex Falls Reservation, the Sheepfold Dog Park features a spacious area where your dog can let loose and run around with other pups. All dogs will require proper identification and must be leashed in all other areas of the falls. After a day of adventures, you can swing by Deliworks & Pizzeria for a bite to eat on the patio. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stoneham

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    Population Density 3,072/sq mi

    #1 Arlington Road

    A town over in Woburn, you’ll find another gorgeous pond that spans over 100 acres along the Aberjona River. This favorite is a wonderful location to incorporate in daily walks, or for a quick day trip from a nearby area. As in Stoneham, pups will have to be leashed unless otherwise stated and have up-to-date licenses to travel around with you. There are a number of fun trails to follow, plus plenty of benches and comfortable seating in case you need to lap some water. Woburn is a family-friendly area that welcomes well-behaved pups and their parents!
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    Population Density 7,812/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Melrose

    Melrose is home to the sparkling Ell Pond, located in the center of the city. Sandwiched between the neighborhoods of Horace Mann and Wyoming is Downtown Melrose, where pet parents can let their pups get some exercise at the local off-leash park. Melrose Dog Park is a popular attraction for locals and even visitors of Melrose! The designated doggy area is fenced in, which allows for safe playtime with other pups. Keep in mind there is no separate area for smaller dogs, so keep a careful eye on your Chihuahua!
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    Population Density 2,242/sq mi

    #3 North Saugus / Oakland Vale

    Travel about 6 miles east towards the city of Saugus, MA, where your pets can take advantage of the Breakheart Reservation, which features two beautiful ponds and a spacious forestland. While dogs must remain safely leashed while on the reservation, it is the perfect place spend the day frolicking in nature with your furry friends. North Saugus is a largely suburban area, with beautiful backyards and spacious homes – many of which are on the market for permanent residents. Though, if you prefer just to drop in for a quick visit, the Red Roof Plus+ nearby offers pet-friendly accommodations.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 15,792/sq mi

    #4 Neighborhood Nine

    Head further south to the sophisticated college city of Cambridge, best known for being the home of two of the most prestigious colleges in the country. The city also welcomes pets and their parents with a number of dog-friendly neighborhoods, like Neighborhood Nine. In addition to being located directly next to Harvard University, Neighborhood Nine features not one, but two off-leash dog parks in the area. The Corcoran Field is not fenced in, but allows dogs to run around freely. The Danehy Dog Park offers separate fenced area for big and small dogs, as well as water fountains, doggy bags, and trashcans.
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    Population Density 9,100/sq mi

    #5 East Arlington

    Just 15 minutes away from the quaint town of Stoneham is the small neighborhood of East Arlington. Nestled alongside Harvard’s hometown of Cambridge, this mostly urban area is perfect for pet parents that like to stay close to the action in a more metropolitan area. Looking for the purrfect place for your pups to play? Check out Thorndike Field, located just next to the Concord Turnpike. The off-leash park allows your four-legged friends to get some much needed exercise in the fenced-in area while you watch the wagging tails from a comfy bench nearby.
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