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!