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Andrew
Reviewed by Brian J. on 09/12/2017

"Andrew is awesome! He gave Augie a great long walk and sent photos so I know she had a great time! We hope to see him again soon. Thanks, Andrew!"

1.19 mi
34m
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Andrew
Reviewed by Kaitlin C. on 08/14/2017

"Andrew was very friendly and Boo felt comfortable with him right away! Excellent dog walker highly recommended "

1.42 mi
35m
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Pee

Dog Areas in Wakefield, MA

8 Parks
1 Eatery
5 Groomers
Wakefield is a small bedroom community in Middlesex County, and only 12 miles from downtown Boston. Home to a few beautiful parks and restaurants that Fido can explore with you, coming to Wakefield is perfect if you are trying to relax and have a good day out. With two veterinarians in the area, You can be sure your pup will be taken care of while in Wakefield.

The Lower Commons Park is pawsome park to visit on Lake Quannapowitt with your furry pal by your side. The park has a beautiful walking area where Fido can get a nice walk in, plus a playground, picnic area, and an open field usually filled with other dogs having a good time out. If you would rather go to a park not on the water, check out the Sullivan Memorial Park. This dogtastic park offers a small playground and tons of green grass for Fido to run on.

Grab a bite to eat at ZuZu's Cafe and Catering. ZuZu's is a pawsome restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner for you and Fido to enjoy. Their menu includes deep-dish quiche, Nutella and fruit paninis, and curry tuna salad. They have a huge outdoor patio that welcomes your furry pal to join you for a bite to eat.

With the beautiful parks, lake, and restaurants that Fido can join you at, he is never going to want to leave Wakefield.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wakefield, MA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,685/sq mi

    #1 Nahant

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    The JJ Round Park is a great spot to take Fido out for a nice walk filled with a playground, green space, and an awesome wooded trail that you and your pup can explore. If JJ Round Park doesn't fit your fancy, you can walk a few blocks over to the Wakefield Town Forest Park. The park offers a playground with basketball courts, a walking path, and a huge grass area where Fido can run and play fetch. Make sure to bring plenty of water and clean-up bags with you when the two of you visit these pawrific parks.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,350/sq mi

    #2 North Saugus / Oakland Vale

    36
    The Breakheart Reservation is a great spot to let Fido explore around and hike. The reservation has a paved path so the two of you can easily hike around the 3-mile trail. The trail will take you through a nice wooded area where Fido can get his sniffs on and even jump in a lake. If your pup is itching to get off leash, take him to the fenced in dog area that Breakheart Reservation has. The dog park has a double gate feature so even the best escape artist will be safe in the park, and they offer water fountains in case your forget water for you pup. Located in Saugus and only five miles out of Wakefield, your pup will love visit the reservation.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,231/sq mi

    #3 Cedar Park/Tremont Essex

    24
    The Melrose Dog Park in Melrose is only three miles out of Wakefield, and a pawsome area to let Fido run around off leash and meet some new friends. The park is fully fenced in and offers water fountains for all and benches for owners to sit on. There is agility equipment for Fido to play on and the park is filled with wood chips to help keep your pup a little cleaner. If Fido isn't in the mood to socialize, enjoy the Ell Pond Lake Trail that goes along Ell Pond before heading to your next adventure with Fido.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 983/sq mi

    #4 Sherwood Forest/ Market St

    12
    Lynnfield is home to three great eateries that you and Fido can chow down at together. California Pizza Kitchen dishes out creative dishes including pizza, pasta, and soups. J.P. Licks makes homemade ice cream and coffee with delicious flavors. If you're not in the mood for ice cream, J.P. Licks offers frappes, smoothies, and yogurts you can enjoy. Gaslight is a French cuisine with a casual atmosphere. They offer items like truffle fries, french onion soup, and steak. All of these pawsome restaurants are dog friendly with patios that welcome your furry pal to dine with you. Only three miles out of Wakefiled, Fido will love hopping in the car to chow down with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,240/sq mi

    #5 Pine Hill

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    The Barkland Ave Dog Park provides a separate area for large and small dogs, so everybody can play with pups their own size. The park offers water for your pup and has a waste station area in case you forget bags. Your dog does have to register before he or she is allowed to run around un this park. If Fido isn't in the mood to socialize, head down the road to Gallagher Park and enjoy the play structures, tennis courts, and open grass area they have. Fido will love exploring and taking a walk around this park with you before heading home. Only seven miles out of Wakefield in Lynn, your pup is going to love visiting these two parks with you.
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