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Dog Areas in Wilmington, MA

8 Parks
2 Eateries
3 Groomers
Welcome to Wilmington! About 15 miles from Boston, this suburb is a pleasant community with rich history dating back to the 1660s. Today, locals enjoy a slower pace of life with every amenity they need within a short drive. Wilmington has a veterinary clinic, too, so your pup’s medical needs can be taken care of right in town!

For dogs in Wilmington, the place to sniff and be sniffed is at the Wilmington Dog Park! This fully fenced-in off-leash park has nearly half an acre of sandy area where your pooch can play, socialize and get some exercise. There’s a separate area for small dogs, too. Both areas have pawsome agility equipment, including tunnels, stumps and hoops. For humans, there are benches located around the park. Be sure to bring your own cleanup baggies and water.

Hungry? Modash Café serves up yummy food for breakfast, lunch and dinner that you can enjoy at their fur-iendly outdoor tables with Fido by your side. There’s something tasty for everyone on this café’s diverse menu!

If you’re just visiting the area with your pooch, the Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Woburn is just three miles south of Wilmington. This hotel has furrific clean, cozy and updated pet-friendly rooms where Fido can join you for an additional fee. 

With a woofderful off-leash dog park and other fur-iendly amenities, there’s tons of tail wagging in Wilmington!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wilmington, MA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,377/sq mi

    #1 Wilmington Town Center

    If you and your pup love picturesque walks, visit Wilmington’s Town Center neighborhood! Located in the heart of town, the neighborhood’s Alderwood Acres is a woofderful place for a walk with your leashed pooch. At 23 acres, this natural wooded area is a pawpular place for hiking and birdwatching. The green space has a pond and a beautiful nature trail that loops around the area. You and your pup will love taking in the views from the trail’s quaint wooden bridges. This neighborhood has two other similar pawsome natural spaces that are great for leashed walks at the Brookfield Estates and Hathaway Acres. For other family-friendly parks in the area, check out Yentile Farm Recreational Facility and Apollo Park. Leashed dogs are welcome at both!
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    Population Density 763/sq mi

    #2 Route 125/ Andover St

    Adventurous pups and their people love Wilmington’s Route 125/ Andover St neighborhood for its special outdoor area, the Wilmington Town Forest. This 154-acre wooded habitat has more than two miles of nature trails that meander through the hardwoods and lush vegetation. Be sure to stop and take in the views atop the highest point in Wilmington! At this overlook, where you’ll see a pawsome panorama of the Boston skyline. The forest is pawpular for birdwatching, hiking, jogging, biking, horseback riding and snow shoeing. In the fall, the area is particularly puptacular as the deciduous trees change into an array of autumn reds and golds.
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    Population Density 1,404/sq mi

    #3 Pouliot Pl/ Sandy Ln

    Explore more of Wilmington’s woofderful natural areas with your pup in this neighborhood! Leash your furry friend and head to the 26-acre Blanchard Road/Cormier Park. This natural area has a pawsome marked trail that’s a pawpular spot for hiking and jogging. The former cranberry bog is located along the scenic Lubbers Brook, making this a beautiful place for exercise with Fido. You and your pooch will love taking in the sights and smells of this white pine and red swamp maple forest. Kylie Estates is another furrific forest to visit in this neighborhood. This 17-acre area has almost half a mile of trails that meander through this pristine natural space.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,107/sq mi

    #4 Wilmington Junction

    You and your dog will love the Glen Road Berry Bog! Located in the Wilmington Junction neighborhood, this 13-acre recreational area used to be one of Wilmington’s cranberry bogs. Now, it’s a beautiful area with more than half a mile of trails that meander through maple trees and wetlands. It’s a pawsome place to see wildlife, too! Keep your eyes peeled as you walk or jog through this stunning natural setting with your leashed four-legged friend. Fisherman’s Access is another recreational area in this neighborhood where leashed dogs are welcome. It’s a pawpular access point to the Shawsheen River for canoers and kayakers. There’s also a woofderful nature trail with views of wetlands and fishing access.
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    Population Density 2,832/sq mi

    #5 Burlington Town Center

    There’s tons of furrific fun waiting for you and your furry friend in Burlington’s Town Center neighborhood, about four miles from Wilmington! This area’s Mill Pond Reservoir is a pawpular spot for dog walking. With pawsome views of the town’s reservoir and the forest and meadows that surround it, the two-mile loop trail is a beautiful place to get some exercise with your leashed dog. The Mill Pond Reservoir is also a fun place to go fishing. For another place to take a quiet walk in the woods in this neighborhood, check out Overlook Park. You and your pup will love hiking in the shade of the hardwoods and frolicking in the open grassy meadows.
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