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Dog Areas in Manville, RI

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Manville is a village in northeastern Rhode Island with a population of almost 4,000 people. It's located in Providence County in the town of Lincoln which has a population of over 21,000 people. Manville was primarily known as a mill village until the mill burned down in 1956. Today, there are several other businesses, including restaurants, cafes, and markets, in Manville. Manville is a pawesome place to live with your dog because there are so many sights to see in beautiful Rhode Island, and what better way to explore the outdoors than with your pet? There are a few veterinary offices in Lincoln that service all the villages in town and make sure your pup is always in good shape.

One of the best ways to get to know Manville is by traversing the Blackstone River Greenway. Former railway lines all across America have been converted into trails for public use, and the Blackstone River Greenway is one of 1,600 trails in the network. This 11.8-mile portion of the trail is accessible from Manville, and its asphalt surface is ideal for dog walking and biking. Along the trail, you'll come across beautiful and historic sites like old bridges, a museum, and a large brick textile mill. 

Manville and the villages and towns surrounding it are sure to impress both you and your dog as you get to know the area together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Manville, RI

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    Population Density 754/sq mi

    #1 Bennett Ave

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    You can get to the Wrentham Dog Park in Wrentham, Massachusetts in under half an hour, and if you've been looking for a large dog park in the area, this is the one! Wrentham Dog Park is one large field surrounded by chicken wire to keep pets contained. This park isn't separated into sections for dogs of different sizes, but there is so much room that everyone can play safely. There are lots of areas for people to walk around and socialize while they supervise their dogs, and in each corner of the park, there are water bowls.
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    Population Density 2,946/sq mi

    #2 Haines Park Road

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    Twenty-one miles south of Manville, in the town of Barrington, Rhode Island, is another great dog park you won't want to miss. Barrington Dog Park at Haines Park is in the northwestern part of town, and it's a massive space where dogs can socialize. This fenced-in park isn't separated into sections for different sizes of dogs, which allows dogs of all sizes and breeds to interact. Barrington Dog Park is about three acres, and at every entrance, their are doggy waste bag dispensers. Within the park, there are several community dog bowls, but there is no running water source.
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    Population Density 17,245/sq mi

    #3 West End

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    Providence, Rhode Island is about a 20-minute drive from Manville, and in the western part of the city, you'll find Dexter Park. A playground, walking paths, baseball fields, and a farmers market in the summer are just some of the things Dexter Park has to offer within its nine acres. Another of Dexter Park's big draws is the Dexter Training Ground Dog Park! This off-leash park has a section for dogs under 30 pounds, as well as an area for bigger dogs. Dexter Park is a hub of activity in the community where you and your dog are both sure to make new friends.
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    Population Density 1,084/sq mi

    #4 Lincoln Street

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    Franklin, Massachusetts has its very own dog park, and it's less than a half-hour drive from Manville. Franklin Dog Park is found at Dacey Community Field, and this double-gated, fenced-in park is a pup paradise! This park isn't separated into small and large dog sections, but there's still plenty of space for dogs of all sizes to play. There isn't a running water source at Franklin Dog Park, but there are plenty of water bowls you can fill with the water you bring. Franklin Dog Park runs on donations and devoted community members who work hard to maintain it.
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    Population Density 1,528/sq mi

    #5 West Warwick

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    Rhode Island's only indoor dog park is only a 25-minute drive from Manville in West Warwick. Bow Chika Wow Town has a 13,000square foot indoor play space that has many advantages over outdoor spaces. You'll never have to worry about the weather stopping you from visiting the dog park, and they monitor who comes into the park to make sure all dogs are properly vaccinated. The park is always maintained by the devoted staff at Bow Chika Wow Town, and they provide waste bags. There is a small fee to visit this indoor dog park, but the advantages far outweigh the cost!
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