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Dog Areas in Sutton

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Sutton is a quiet, rural town located just shy of central Massachusetts. About 50 miles out from the busy city of Boston, this quaint town is perfect for pet parents looking to settle down in a small town. The area also accommodates out-of-towners looking for a quiet vacation with the family! The Old Holdbrook Place is a local campground that welcomes furry family members alongside their owners.

Despite having a population of fewer than 10,000 people, Sutton actually spans a large land area, which provides for spacious homes and outdoor spaces to explore with your pup! You'll have to head outside of Sutton for all your necessities, but there is a local vet you can rely on for Fido's regular check-ups.

Sutton is a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts who pre-fur to explore nature than curl up on the couch. Located in the heart of the Blackstone Valley, Sutton has beautiful ponds, lakes, and sceneries to enjoy during daily walks with your fur-babies. The Purgatory Chasm State Park is a must-see when in Sutton. Featuring the remarkable natural landmark, the park also has a number of trails that can be explored. Just be sure to keep your canine safely leashed at all times!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sutton

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    Population Density 277/sq mi

    #1 Manchaug

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    Manchaug is a historic village within Sutton. This neighborhood is flush with history about Sutton's industrial past and the impact it had on the surrounding areas. Pet parents can take in the beautiful architecture and buildings in the area while taking Fido for an afternoon walk. The Manchaug Pond is also in this area and is the pawfect place to spend a hot summer afternoon watching the boats and water activities. The Old Holbrook Place has direct access to the Manchaug Pond as well, so you can spend a night camping with the whole family, four-legged kids and all!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 324/sq mi

    #2 West Millbury

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    Just north of the Sutton is the town of Millbury. Similar to the rural neighborhoods of Sutton, West Millbury is a quiet area where neighbors are friendly and everyone knows each other’s name! The local bark park, Butler Farm Dog Park, is exclusively open to residents of Millbury as well as Sutton and some of the neighboring communities. Dogs playing here must have valid licenses. This off-leash park is the pawfect place for Fido to run around with the locals while you chat with the other pet parents nearby. If you get hungry, many of the local eateries in town have pet-friendly patios!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,334/sq mi

    #3 Workmen's Camp Circle

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    About 30 minutes northeast of Sutton is the city of Ashland, MA. This area is flush with local history and has developed into a lovely suburban neighborhood, ideal for residents who prefer upscale accommodations. The area is also home to the Ashland State Park, which boasts 470 acres of hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities. Dogs are always allowed in the park; just be sure to keep Fido on a leash and observe any signs. The park houses a 157-acre reservoir where locals like to enjoy water games and activities, like fishing, swimming, and boating.
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    Population Density 455/sq mi

    #4 North Uxbridge

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    Uxbridge is a short 20-minute drive from Sutton and a great option for a day-cation with your furry friends. Tourists come from all over to visit the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park, which is flush with outdoor activities for the whole family. Pets are always welcome, as long as they are on their best behavior and remain safely on a leash. You can hike the historic canal, which dates way back to the 1800s. Uxbridge is an old town with colonial history, which can be observed in the local architecture during daily walks with Fido.
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    Population Density 339/sq mi

    #5 Mendon

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    Is your pup a cinematic enthusiast? Check out the drive-in movie theater in Mendon, just a short drive out from Sutton. The drive-in is great for dogs that appreciate a good movie, so long as they are well-behaved in cars and crowded areas. Mendon is also home to a number of wildlife reservations and a zoo, though Fido isn’t allowed to visit these areas. Instead, you can wag over to George’s Surf & Turf for a fresh seafood lunch at one of their dog-friendly patio tables. If your pup behaves, you might even share an ice cream cone!
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