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Dog Areas in Little Compton

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The town of Little Compton is located in Newport County near the Sakonnet River. This historic coastal community is within a 20-mile drive of several outdoor recreational facilities and trails. There is a veterinarian located in the East Bay area when you need to seek professional attention for your pup.

Go exploring with your furry friend in Sapowet Marsh along the northern border of Little Compton. This delightful wetland is adjacent to Sawpowet Point. Walk through the reeds or head to the beach for a picnic by the water here. Dogs are welcome and must be on leash between March 1 and August 15.

When you want to go on a hike with your four-footed friend, head to the Pardon Gray Preserve. There's a trailhead parking area off Main Road in Tiverton, just seven miles north of Little Compton. Dogs are permitted to join you as long as they're on a leash or under your voice control. Make sure to stay on the marked trails and clean up any messes.

Take your pup to Fogland Beach during the off-season. Dogs on a leash are welcome to visit this black stone beach with you between Labor Day and Memorial Day.  Here, you and your pal can walk along the water or explore the nature trails in the conservation area.

Little Compton and the surrounding areas offer a variety of outdoor experiences that dogs and their owners can enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Little Compton

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    Population Density 88/sq mi

    #1 Little Compton

    Little Compton is a rural neighborhood with quiet country roads. You and Fido can enjoy long walks past fields and woods here. There are some pupful natural areas in this community. Take your four-footed friend exploring in Wilbour Woods located off Swamp Road. This natural preserve features a 1.2-mile loop that follows Dundery Brook. Enjoy a peaceful walk through the woods and past the pond with your special pal. Dogs are allowed to join you in this area as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you bring along some water and waste bags to clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 114/sq mi

    #2 Pottersville

    The rural neighborhood of Pottersville is on the Massachusetts/Rhode Island border near Quicksand Pond. This community includes farms, some private residences, forest area, and a restaurant. If you're looking for a pawtastic place to go hiking with your pooch, head to Simmons Mill Pond Wildlife Management Area. There's a grassy pathway that leads to Cold Brook and Mill Pond. Take the farmsite loop for a  4.5-mile trek. Dogs are allowed to accompany you on your hike, provided that you keep them on a leash. Remember to bring along some water and waste bags to pick up after your pup.
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    Population Density 168/sq mi

    #3 Adamsville

    Adamsville is a small neighborhood located just north of Pottersville. There are some private residences, an orchard, and a few local businesses here. You and Fido will have plenty of space to go walking down wooded country lanes in this area. When you want to explore, head about three miles northwest on Route 179 to the Weetamoo Woods Trailhead parking area. This 750-acre nature preserve has over seven miles of trails. You can bring your furry friend with you to hike in this area as long as he's on a leash or under your control. Make sure to stay on the marked trails and clean up any droppings.
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    Population Density 903/sq mi

    #4 Sakonnet Harbor

    In the oceanside neighborhood of Sakonnet Harbor, you and Fido can go for a walk through town or head out to the point for stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Take your pup for a hike along Sakonnet Point, located at the southernmost tip of Rhode Island. There are some natural surface trails and a quiet beach area here. Dogs are permitted on a leash provided that you clean up after them. Make sure you bring some water for you and your pal. You can also bring your boat and get out on the water with your pooch at the Sakonnet Harbor Put In area on Sakonnet Point Road.
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    Population Density 121/sq mi

    #5 S Shore Road

    In the neighborhood around S Shore Road, you and Fido will find quiet residential streets located near Tunipus Pond and South Shore Beach. This is a wonderful area to go for a walk down country roads with your pup. Although dogs are not permitted on South Shore Beach, there's a nearby waterfront area that allows canine pals in the off-season. Between the months of October and March, take a short 12-mile drive to the Horseneck Beach State Reservation in Massachusetts. Dogs on a leash can hike along the water with you here. Bring along waste bags and water when you come.
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