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Dog Areas in Sudbury

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The town of Sudbury, Massachusetts in Middlesex County is home to over 18,000 people, and as part of Boston's MetroWest, it has a rich colonial history. The town was incorporated in 1639, and it includes several historical landmarks, including schoolhouses and the country's oldest operating inn. Some favorite activities in Sudbury include visiting local parks and recreation facilities, taking in a concert or a game, and you can never go wrong going for a long walk in Sudbury to take in the historic architecture! There isn't an off-leash dog park in Sudbury yet, but with its proximity to Boston and the other cities surrounding it, you're never far from a dog park.

There are a few dog-friendly dining options in Sudbury, and one you won't want to miss is Franco's Trattoria in the Mill Village area. There are four outdoor tables at Franco's, and your dog is welcome to join you at any of them. Franco's Trattoria serves delicious Italian dishes like stone-baked pizzas, pasta, paninis, gelato, pastries, and much more. Once you have a full stomach, it's time for you and Rex to make the short drive to one of the nearby dog parks for an off-leash adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sudbury

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    Population Density 17,895/sq mi

    #1 Neighborhood Nine

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    Neighborhood Nine is an area of northern Cambridge, Massachusetts that's only 20 miles east of Sudbury. This area is home to Danehy Park, a 50-acre park that includes sports fields, walking paths, and an off-leash dog park! The Danehy Dog Park has different sections for big and small dogs, and there's a gravel surface to help keep your dog's feet clean, making it easier to pick up after them. You'll also find water fountains, shade, and seating in the dog park. If you'd like to walk your dog in the rest of Danehy Park, you're welcome to do so if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,439/sq mi

    #2 North Waltham

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    Waltham is a city in Massachusetts with a population of more than 60,000 people, and it's just over 10 miles from Sudbury. Eastern Waltham is where you'll find the Waltham City Dog Ranch, a spectacular dog park with a section for dogs over 30 pounds, as well as an area for smaller dogs. Each section has a separate entrance with a double-gated entryway as an added safety measure. If your dog is the adventurous type, they'll love playing on the park's agility equipment. There are water bowls placed throughout the park, but be sure to bring your own water in case they're empty.
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    Population Density 12,519/sq mi

    #3 High Street Hill

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    High Street Hill is an area of eastern Brookline, Massachusetts that's less than 20 miles from Sudbury. This is where you'll find Harry Downes Field, an 8.73-acre park with softball fields, walking paths, an athletic track, playgrounds, restrooms, a dog park, and much more! The Harry Downes Field Green Dog Park is one of 14 areas across Brookline that has designated hours for dogs to play off-leash! Your dog can explore the Harry Downes Field off-leash area every day from dawn to 1 PM. The park is fenced, and you're required to purchase a permit -- either a two-day, weekly, or an annual permit for the Green Dog Parks -- and this permit gives you access to all of them.
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    Population Density 2,761/sq mi

    #4 Buttonwood Village

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    Another Green Dog Park in Brookline can be found in the southern neighborhood of Buttonwood Village, and it's less than half an hour from Sudbury. This dog park is located at Larz Anderson Park, a 61-acre park with sports facilities, playgrounds, trails, a skating rink, and much more. Larz Anderson Park is the biggest park in Brookline, and it's one of the most popular spots in the town. During the summer, the dog park hours are from 9 AM to 1 PM, but in the winter, your dog can be off of their leash all day long! Like all of the other Green Dog Parks, a permit is required to visit this one.
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    Population Density 11,300/sq mi

    #5 East Arlington

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    The southern tip of Arlington, Massachusetts is less than half an hour from Sudbury, and this area is home to Thorndike Park. In addition to several open fields, there is also an off-leash dog park at Thorndike Field Park! The Thorndike Field Dog Park opened in 2012, and it includes a separate area for small, shy, or senior dogs to play safely. There is an abundance of seating in the shade and the sun, as well as drinking water for dogs and clean-up supplies. This park has a gravel surface, and there's easy access to a nearby path from the dog park, so you can also take your dog for a walk on a leash.
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