The village of Saunderstown in Washington County is a small community that's steeped in history. You'll find a range of outdoor activities located within a 20-mile radius of this area. If you need healthcare for your pooch, there's a veterinary clinic about 2.4 miles south of here in Narragansett.
Take your special pal exploring in the John H. Chafee Nature Preserve. This facility has hiking trails that wander through the woods and out to the beach at Rome Point. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as they're on a leash. Bring water and waste bags with you.
When you want to treat your fur baby to some off-leash playtime with other four-footed pals, head to the South Kingston Dog Park off Dominic Road in Wakefield. There are separate areas where small and large dogs can socialize. Make sure you bring waste bags with you. The park is about seven miles southwest of town.
For a moderately challenging hike along the coast, head about nine miles south to the Black Point trailhead. Follow the trail out to the rocky shoreline and enjoy spectacular scenery while you and fido get some exercise.
Saunderstown is located in an area that offers a variety of pet-friendly outdoor recreational activities.