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Dog Areas in Westport, MA

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More than 15,000 people call the town of Westport in Bristol County, Massachusetts their home. During the summer, the population increases by approximately one quarter, because so many tourists flock to this town to enjoy all it has to offer. This area of Massachusetts is quite special because it's isolated from the rest of the state by water and Rhode Island. It is still a convenient place to live with all kinds of amenities in town, and it doesn't take long to make the trip to bigger cities that are nearby. 

There isn't an off-leash dog park in Westport, but there are other dog-friendly activities to enjoy with your pet. From April 1st to September 15th, dogs aren't allowed on the beaches in Westport, but they can accompany you on a leash the rest of the year. Another dog-friendly activity to enjoy in Westport is visiting Partners Village Store and Kitchen on Main Road. This casual eatery welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, where you can dine on breakfast, lunch, and dessert dishes. They serve homemade soup, lobster rolls, salads, sandwiches, brownies, and much more. After your delicious meal, you and Sparky can make a short drive to a nearby dog park for some off-leash fun.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Westport, MA

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    Population Density 116/sq mi

    #1 North End

    Rhode Island is conveniently located right next to Westport, and the Newport Dog Park in Newport, Rhode Island is less than 30 miles from Westport. This off-leash park is located in the northern area of town, and it includes big and small dog sections. There's a friendly group of regulars who visit this free park, and plenty of people leave water for dogs to drink, but be sure to bring your own just in case. There are a few places to sit in the park, as well as waste disposal items. Some visitors note this park tends to get muddy, so don't forget a towel if you visit after it rains!
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    Population Density 6,412/sq mi

    #2 Slater Park


    Another one of Rhode Island's excellent dog parks is just 30 miles from Westport, in the southeastern corner of Pawtucket. Slater Memorial Park is the oldest public park in Pawtucket, and its features include hiking, biking, fishing, sports, and playground facilities. The dog park has big and small dog sections, and there are also a few pieces of agility equipment for your dog to show off on! There's also running water and dog bowls in the park, and biodegradable poop bags, too! The Pawtucket Dog Park is free to use, and it's open every day from dawn to dusk.

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    Population Density 2,627/sq mi

    #3 Pond Street N

    The southwestern corner of Attleboro, Massachusetts is just 30 miles from Westport, and it's also home to a very special dog park. The Attleboro Dog Park was built by a dedicated group of dog lovers who raised money and donated their time to establish an off-leash area in Attleboro. This dog park has a section for dogs who weigh less than 30 pounds, as well as an area for bigger dogs. You'll also find running water for dogs to drink, as well as bowls and waste disposal supplies. Attleboro Dog Park has a mulch and grass surface which helps prevent muddy paws.
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    Population Density 2,946/sq mi

    #4 West Barrington

    The western edge of the residential town of Barrington, Rhode Island is less than 30 miles from Westport. This area is home to Haines Memorial State Park, a 101-acre park with recreational activities for the whole family to enjoy. In addition to sports fields, a boat launch, and picnic spots, there's also an off-leash dog park at Haines Park! The Barrington Dog Park at Haines Park is a large, fenced area for dogs to play, and it doesn't include a separate section for small dogs. You'll find there's a nice mix of shade and sun in the park, as well as some seating. There isn't a water source at this dog park, so don't forget to bring your own.
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    Population Density 177/sq mi

    #5 South Dartmouth

    If you're looking for a slightly more rustic activity to enjoy with your dog than visiting an off-leash park, consider visiting the Lloyd Center Off-Leash Trails. The Lloyd Center for The Environment is located in South Dartmouth, Massachusetts, and it's just seven miles from Westport. The Lloyd Center sits on 82 acres of land that includes forests, wetlands, and marshes. There are several walking trails at Lloyd Center, and they all offer excellent views of natural surroundings. The trails are open from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year, and they're free to use. Your dog is allowed off-leash on the trails, but be advised the trails aren't fenced.
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