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Dog Areas in Tyngsboro

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2 Groomers

With a rural charm, but city convenience, Tyngsborough is a town you will love visiting with your furry travel companion. Sitting just 28 miles north west of Boston towards the Massachusetts-New Hampshire border, this place has many green spaces, places to take a walk, and great pup-friendly eateries close by. And with two veterinary hospitals in town, you can be assured Fido will be looked after. 

The Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest is the premier place for a nature walk in the area. Covering a massive 1,109 acres that overlap the town of Tyngsboro and adjacent Lowell and Dracut, the state forest is rich with over six miles of walking trails where you are permitted to bring your pup on the lead. Go prepared and allow at least a couple of hours here. It is worth sourcing a map online to take with you. Pack plenty of water and your clean up bags, as well as insect repellent and sunsmart clothing in the warmer weather.

There is nothing like fresh homemade ice cream, and Sullivan Farms Ice Cream makes some of the best around! Renowned to be very welcoming to four-legged visitors, this shop has a wide selection of delicious frozen treats and a pawrific outdoor grassed area and gazebo for enjoying your purchase with your pup.

Don’t go past Tyngsboro, you will have a pup-tastic time here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tyngsboro

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,017/sq mi

    #1 Tyngsboro

    For a fun family day out, head to Riverfront Park in Tyngsboro. This park offers incredible views over the Merimack River and is a favourite place to head out for an on-lead walk with your dog. There are public grills here and picnic tables for a BBQ lunch or dinner with the whole tribe, as well as a playground and fishing spots to keep the kids entertained. Bring Fido’s favourite ball or Frisbee for fun games together on the wide expanse of grass, or enjoy the quiet setting and beautiful views as you relax under a tree. Restrooms are also available, and there is ample parking close by.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,877/sq mi

    #2 Middlesex-Northwest Expressway

    In North Chelmsford, just south of Tyngsboro, you will find the Chelmsford Dog Park. This well-kept, grassed park has two fenced areas, one for big dogs and one to keep the littler ones safe. There are water fountains on site, as well as waste bags and disposal bins. You can chill out under the shelter or relax on the grass while your dog runs around with his new buddies. If you are up for a bit of exercise, there is a walking track around the park as well. Once Fido is ready to go back on his lead, head up to the Merimack River for a little stroll along the banks.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 191/sq mi

    #3 Dunstable

    The Arched Bridge Conservation Area in nearby Dunstable is a pup-tastic place to get some fresh air and a little exercise. There is a 1.5 mile trail that runs through here and into Dunstable that follows the old Nashua, Action and Boston railroad line. There are also other trails here that connect to the adjacent Flat Rock Hill Conservation Area which has a further 3.4 miles of trails to explore. There is lots to see in the conservation areas, including a salmon brook, an old quarry and stone arch bridges. Your dog needs to stay leashed throughout the area, and remember to clean up after him. Bring water for you both.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13,369/sq mi

    #4 The Acre East

    In nearby Lowell, you will find a variety of places to eat that welcome pups at their outside tables. Fuse Bistro serves classic American-style food, such as wings, burgers and pizzas. TreMonte Pizzeria not just serves its namesake, but will tempt you with chicken parma subs, spaghetti and meatballs, or a selection of sides. There is also the Greek restaurant Athenian Corner, as well as Cobblestones of Lowell and Brew’d Awakening Coffeehaus. Blue Taleh serves up an interesting mix of Japanese and Thai cuisine. After your meal, head down for an on-lead walk over the canal from the Lowell National Historic Park.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,560/sq mi

    #5 Centralville South

    The Lowell Dog Park in Lowell is another great little place for your pup to run off of the lead. There are some waste bags available on site and plenty of parking, and entry to this dog park is free. There isn’t any water available here, so bring your own, as well as a drinking bowl for your dog. Benches are provided for you to sit at while your dog plays. For an on-lead excursion, Riverfront Park is a scenic place to go for a walk. The Merrimack River Bike Path is a paved 3.4 mile out-and-back trail that runs through this area and is dog-friendly, providing your pooch stays on the lead. Remember to pick up after him!
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