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Dog Areas in Walpole

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Walpole is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts that's only 13 miles south of downtown Boston. The town was first settled in 1659 and eventually incorporated in 1724, and today it has a population of more than 25,000. Like most of Massachusetts, Walpole has a humid continental climate with warm summers and cool, snowy winters. No matter the month, the temperature in Walpole usually accommodates adventuring outdoors quite nicely. There is so much to see and do in Walpole, and you and your dog will have a blast exploring the town. There are a handful of veterinary offices in Norfolk County and many more in nearby areas surrounding Walpole.

If you're looking for an excellent meal in Walpole that doesn't require leaving your dog at home, there are a few great options. Right on Main Street is a delicious Mexican restaurant called Jalapeno's Grill. Here, you can enjoy classic Mexican dishes like tacos, fajitas, burritos, or carne asada -- and, of course, no visit to a Mexican restaurant is complete without a refreshing margarita! Jalapeno's Grill has five outdoor tables where your dog can accompany you for a bite to eat before you head out to explore Walpole and surrounding areas on foot with Rover.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Walpole

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    Population Density 32,821/sq mi

    #1 South End

    Peter's Park is just a half-hour drive from Walpole in the South End neighborhood of Boston. The entirety of the dog park is about 13,000 square feet, but within that space is a separate 3,000 square foot small dog space. Visitors love how clean this park is, and the gravel and concrete surfaces within the park make it easier to clean up after your dog. There is drinking water for dogs available within the park, as well as a spout for cleaning your hands. There are waste bag dispensers throughout the park, but visitors note they are often empty, so be sure to bring your own bags.
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    Population Density 686/sq mi

    #2 Hastings

    There's another excellent dog park that's just a 30-minute drive from Walpole in the Hastings area of Weston, Massachusetts. The Cat Rock Park is a massive off-leash dog park. However, it isn't fenced-in, so if your dog doesn't have good recall skills, it's a good idea to keep them on a leash. Leashed or not, you and your dog will have an excellent time at this dog park exploring all of the wooded trails, streams, and even a small pond where your dog can go swimming. The trails within the park are of varying difficulty, so whether you're looking for an intense workout with your dog or just a casual stroll, Cat Rock Park will work for you.
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    Population Density 9,662/sq mi

    #3 Southeast Arlington

    Arlington, Massachusetts is a 40-minute drive from Walpole, and in the southeastern part of the city, there's an awesome spot called Thorndike Park. This park has multi-purpose fields that are a big draw for community events, and the canine community is drawn to the Thorndike Park Dog Park! This fenced-in, off-leash dog park has water, waste bags, lots of seating, and shade. Your dogs will get an extra kick out of the obstacles and agility equipment in the park that keep them on their toes during their whole visit. This park has a gravel surface which aids in easy clean-up of any doggy messes that are bound to happen.
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    Population Density 7,596/sq mi

    #4 West Cambridge

    West Cambridge is an area of Cambridge, Massachusetts that's only a 40-minute drive from Walpole. West Cambridge is also referred to as "Area 10," and this is where you'll find the 162-acre Fresh Pond Reservation. This fantastic park is a sanctuary for residents of Cambridge, and it showcases several plants, forests, and wildlife. Your dog is allowed to explore off of their leash at Fresh Pond, provided they are well-behaved and have good recall skills. The walk around the pond is about 2.5 miles, and most of the time you'll be comfortably shaded from the sun while you take in this Cambridge park with your dog.
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    Population Density 13,880/sq mi

    #5 North Cambridge

    Cambridge has another excellent dog park that is also a 40-minute drive from Walpole, and it's located in the northern part of the city. North Cambridge is also known as "Area 11," and it doesn't have a large student population compared to the rest of Cambridge because it is located further from many of the school campuses in the city than other neighborhoods. Danehy Park is a beautiful space in Cambridge that many people visit to enjoy the sunshine and relax in tranquility. Within Danehy Park, there is now an off-leash area that includes a separate small dog area, drinking water, and seating.
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