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Dog Areas in Tewksbury

2 Parks
2 Shops
6 Eateries
1 Groomer
There’s tons of tail wagging in Tewksbury! About 30 minutes northwest of Boston, this suburb has origins dating back to the 1630s, and was officially incorporated in 1734. Locals enjoy the town’s historical New England charm and fur-iendly amenities! There are also three veterinary clinics in Tewksbury to make sure your pooch stays in tip top shape.

Leash your pup and check out the heart of this quaint city at the Tewksbury Town Common. This woofderful park has a large grassy lawn with shady trees, making it a pawpular place for walking, relaxing and picnics.

Tewksbury has pawsome eateries for humans and dogs! For people food, visit Wicked Cheesy, a delicious pizzeria with pet-friendly outdoor tables. For a tasty treat that Fido can enjoy, check out The Bakery! This gourmet bakery for pups whips up yummy fur-iendly treats like peanut butter apple oatmeal cakes and cheddar cheese cookies that your dog will love!

Need a place to stay the night with Fido? The Holiday Inn Tewksbury Andover welcomes pets in their cozy, clean rooms for an additional fee.

With all the puptacular things to see and do in Tewksbury, this town gets two paws up!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tewksbury

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,434/sq mi

    #1 Silver Lake

    Get ready for a pawsome outdoor adventure with your pooch in Tewksbury’s Silver Lake neighborhood! The area’s Foster Park Conservation Area has 23 puptacular acres of fun, waiting for you and your leashed dog. The open natural space is nestled along the banks of the Shawsheen River, making it pawpular for kayakers and canoers. The area’s wetlands also make it a furrific spot for birdwatching and fishing. After you and your pup have taken in the sights along the river, hop on the nature trail that meanders through the lush pine forests and take in the views from the overlook.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,048/sq mi

    #2 North Tewksbury/ Wamesit

    You and your four-legged friend will love the North Tewksbury/ Wamesit neighborhood! There, you’ll find Melvin Rogers Park, a 27.5-acre fur-iendly forested area where you can take Fido to burn off some energy. The park has a network of nature trails that you and your leashed pooch will have a blast exploring. The dense hardwood canopy creates a cool, shady alleyway where the sunlight filters through, making it an especially scenic place for a walk with your dog! Wildlife love the area too, and it’s common to see deer, turkeys and coyotes. This undeveloped green space has parking access on Rogers Street, between Kennedy and McNeil Way.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,560/sq mi

    #3 Centralville South

    There’s a tail-wagging good time waiting for you and your dog in the nearby town of Lowell. About five miles from Tewksbury, this neighborhood is home to the Lowell Dog Park, a one-acre fully fenced-in off-leash area. Your pup can romp, roam and socialize, just be sure to bring drinking water and cleanup baggies. For a furrific leashed walk in the area, check out the Merrimack River Trail that meanders next to its namesake river and through Riverfront Park. This scenic area is a woofderful spot for some exercise and to take in the sights and sounds of the city. Keep an eye out for wildlife as you walk with your pooch!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13,210/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Lowell

    There’s furrific parks to visit in Lowell’s Downtown area, just five miles from Tewksbury. You and your leashed dog can take a walk in the neighborhood’s one-acre Kittredge Park. There are woofderful walking paths that meander near gardens, big open grassy areas and a playground. Eastern Canal Park is another pawsome place to take Fido. The park is situated on the Concord River and has a stunning view of Middlesex Falls. The area is pawpular for walking and fishing from the bank. Eastern Canal Park is  an especially beautiful place to visit in the fall as the deciduous trees put on a showy display of autumn foliage.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 846/sq mi

    #5 Haggetts/ Massachusetts School of Law

    Is your dog craving some off-leash time? Visit Andover’s Haggetts/ Massachusetts School of Law neighborhood, about six miles from Tewksbury! This neighborhood is where you’ll find the Andover Dog Park, a puptacular place for play time! Andover Dog Park has nearly an acre of fully fenced-in space where your pup can enjoy a game of fetch and some social time with other dogs. There’s shade from mature trees, agility equipment, benches, picnic tables, and a doggie waste cleanup baggies on site. Water bowls and toys can often times be found around the park, but it’s a good idea to bring your own just in case.
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