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Dog Areas in Topsfield

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The town of Topsfield in Essex County, Massachusetts is home to more than 6,000 people. Topsfield has a rich and complex history, and today, it's a small rural town with strong community ties and beautiful scenery. It played a significant role in the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, and landmarks from that time remain in Topsfield. There are also rolling hills and lush greenery packed into Topfield's 13 square miles, as well as 25 miles of sidewalks and bike paths you can explore with your dog on a leash. Topsfield also has an excellent parks and recreation department, as evidenced by the town's many recreational spaces.

One such space in Topsfield you won't want to miss is Pye Brook Park on Haverhill Road. This large, open park has sports fields, a disc golf course, picnic spots, and marked trails that are the pawfect place to walk your dog! Your dog must be on a leash in Pye Brook Park, and the two of you will likely come across several wildlife and plant species on your adventure. After your walk, you and your dog can stop by the Topsfield Bakeshop on Main Street. There are three outdoor tables where your dog can stay by your side while you snack on a pastry or cupcake. If it's an off-leash activity you're looking for with your dog, there are plenty of those near Topsfield, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Topsfield

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    Population Density 3,432/sq mi

    #1 Nahant

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    Nahant is another town in Essex County, and it's less than 20 miles south of Topsfield. The western edge of Nahant is where you'll find the Nahant Doggie Beach. Most beaches in the North Shore don't allow dogs any time of the year, but your dog is welcome to join you here from October 1 to March 31. You'll see signs that designate where the dog beach area is, and your dog must be licensed to visit. There are waste disposal bags and garbage bins along the dog beach, but be sure to bring your own drinking water and bowl for your dog.
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    Population Density 32,821/sq mi

    #2 South End

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    South End is a well-known area of Boston known for its Victorian homes, trendy restaurants, shops, and bars, and it's just over 20 miles from Topsfield. This area is also where you can find Peters Park, a community park with sports facilities and an off-leash dog park! Peters Park Dog Park has an all dog area of around 13,000 square feet, and a separate 3,000 square foot space just for small dogs. There's a double-gated entry system in both sides of the park, and the park's surface consists of gravel and concrete. There are water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating in the park, and there are different rock obstacles for your dog to play on, too.
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    Population Density 29,725/sq mi

    #3 Back Bay

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    Another of Boston's lovely dog parks is in the Back Bay area, which is just over 20 miles from Topsfield. Carleton Court Dog Park isn't one of the biggest in the area, but it is full of opportunities for you and your dog to have fun! This pawpular dog park doesn't separate dogs by their weight, so be prepared for your big dog to play with little dogs and vice versa! The park has a synthetic turf which makes it easier to clean up after your pet and prevents them from getting dusty. There's a double-gated entry system at Carleton Court, and you'll also find a water fountain and bowls.
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    Population Density 17,895/sq mi

    #4 Neighborhood Nine

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    Neighborhood Nine is an area in northern Cambridge, Massachusetts. It's less than 30 miles from Topsfield, and this area is where you and Sparky will find Danehy Dog Park. This off-leash park is a section of Danehy Park, a 50-acre park with sports facilities, open fields, trails, and picnic spots. The dog park has a general area for dogs of all sizes, as well as a separate small dog enclosure. There's also drinking water for dogs, seating, shaded areas, and waste disposal supplies. Your dog can join you in most other areas of Danehy Park as long as they're wearing their leash.
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    Population Density 8,536/sq mi

    #5 North Salem

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    Northern Salem, Massachusetts is only 10 miles from Topsfield, and it's where you and your pooch will find another dog park to add to your list! The Salem Dog Park is also known as SPACE (Salem Play Area for Canine Exercise), and it's part of Leslie's Retreat Park. There are separate enclosures for big and small dogs, as well as covered seating areas to keep human visitors comfortable. The park is open daily from 6 AM to 9 PM, and for your convenience, it also features doggy drinking fountains and waste disposal supplies. A permit is required to visit this dog park, and it will cost you $25 a year.
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