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Dog Areas in Barrington, RI

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3 Eateries

The city of Barrington, Rhode Island, is located on the east edge of Narragansett Bay in Bristol County. Barrington encompasses two peninsulas, known as Phoebe’s Neck and New Meadow Neck, that are separated by the Barrington and Warren Rivers. The varied topography and unique land formations ensure there is always something interesting for local pups to explore. The city has two veterinary clinics to keep the city’s furry residents up to par. 

Barrington’s own Haines State Park boasts an impressive off-leash dog park that's very popular with the four-legged locals. The fenced dog run provides all the bark park essentials, such as fresh water, waste bags, and accessible restrooms. The main park boasts 33 picnic areas, each with its own fireplace! Other features include boat ramps and sports fields.

Just four miles away, the East Bay Bike Path makes for a convenient place to run off some energy with your pup. This 14-mile asphalt trail winds through Bristol to Providence and spurs many other branch trails. These spur trails connect the bikeway to several other parks including Colt State Park, Burr’s Hill Park, Veteran’s Memorial Park, and Haines Memorial State Park. 

After a long afternoon of walking, try out one of Barrington’s three dog-friendly eateries. If you’re looking for a affordable great quality meal, check out Miku Sushi Restaurant. This Japanese eatery has three dog-friendly tables and a huge list of sushi and lunch specials!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Barrington, RI

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    Population Density 781/sq mi

    #1 East Greenwich Cove


    Goddard Memorial State Park lies about 24 miles south of Barrington and is Rhode Island’s most popular metro park. Goddard Park sits on the edge of scenic Greenwich Cove and is truly an outing for the whole family. This captivating park has just about everything: a 9-hole golf course, 11 game fields, 18 miles of equestrian trails, and so much more. The park started as a picnic area, and now boasts 355 picnic tables where you can eat and enjoy the picturesque views. The park also provides access to the beach and employs lifeguards seasonally. This pristine Atlantic beach is home to many species of plants and animals, making it a pawesome place for bird-watchers. Your pup will love all the action this park has to offer!

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    Population Density 3,334/sq mi

    #2 Brenton Cove


    Brenton Cove is home to Fort Adams State Park, a large fortification beachfront park with rich views and an even richer history. The park offers beach access and features amenities such as public docks, boat launches, restrooms, and picnic areas. For a small price, you can go on a guided tour of the fort which lasts about an hour. If that’s not your dog’s cup of tea, check out the 2.5-mile Bay Walk. The best part is that parking is free, so you and your pup stay all day! A little under three miles south of Fort Adams is the picturesque Brenton Point State Park. This park welcomes leashed pets to tour the beautiful gardens and enjoy the scenic trails. Your pup will love all the sights and smells this neighborhood has to offer! 

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    Population Density 608/sq mi

    #3 Quonset Point


    Quonset Point is home to Compass Rose Beach and is just a thirty-minute drive from Barrington. This charming beach is one of the only beaches in the area that allow dogs any time of the day. Furry visitors must remain leashed, and owners must be sure waste is picked up. The park is positioned near Quonset Pointe Naval Air Station and is a popular spot to watch planes take off. Visitors, be warned-- it can get pretty loud, so this may not be the best place for a timid pup who doesn't like loud noises. Guests can refuel at the super spacious picnic area. Parking is free, so feel free to stay all day! 

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    Population Density 8,331/sq mi

    #4 College Hill


    College Hill has a several off-beat options for doggy dates. You can take your pup on a spooky ghost tour of the historic East Side and explore the haunting history of the city’s past. Guests are encouraged to bring cameras--visitors even claim to have captured “paw”-anormal images during the tour! The tour begins at Prospect Terrace around sunset and lasts about an hour and a half. Providence Ghost Tour will even provide a sign-language interpreter with two weeks’ notice. There are 6 dog-friendly dining options in the area for hungry people and puppers. Be sure to check out Books on the Square, an awesome new and used book store that loves its furry visitors. This adorable shop has a great collection and provides a cozy atmosphere to read and shop with your pup. The owners even keep a bowl of water for their fur-iends at the front door! 

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    Population Density 1,160/sq mi

    #5 South Lincoln


    Enjoy a blast from the past at the historic Chase Farms in South Lincoln, Rhode Island. Your pup will love exploring this beautiful natural expanse that was once home to a dairy farm. Nowadays, this 70-acre spot boasts hiking trails, picnicking areas, and butterfly gardens for its many guests. The park is also home to the historical Hearthstone House. This house was built in 1810 and was home to 11 different families. If you have time, check out Blackstone River Bikeway. This rail-trail is the second longest bikeway in the state, spanning a total of 16.5 miles. Your pup will surely work up a thirst blazing this trail, so be sure to bring plenty of water! 

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