Bristol County’s town of Warren is located on a peninsula known as Mount Hope Neck, or Pokanoket, and is 14 miles southeast of Rhode Island’s capital, Providence. There are so many things to see and do for a visiting pup, you are both sure to have a great time here. Should your beloved buddy need medical help, there is an animal hospital right in town.
The East Bay Bike Path is a major attraction for the town of Warren. This 14.5-mile paved rail-trail begins northwest in Providence and winds its way down through East Providence, Riverside, Barrington and Warren, before ending south in Bristol along the shoreline of Narragansett Bay. Opened in 1992, the path follows the Old Colony Railroad line and is now a very popular walk for locals and visitors, including dogs (as long as they are leashed). Burr’s Hill Park sits alongside the path in Warren and is a lovely place to start the trail, or stop with your furry friend and take in the sights of the bay.
a pet-friendly place to eat is not a problem in Warren; there are eight
restaurants that allow dogs to sit by their owners at an outside table here.
Chomp Kitchen and Drinks, The Square Peg, The Original Balasco’s Pizzeria and
Bella Roast Beef, Federal Hill Pizza, and Blount Clam Shack all offer a variety of
tasty meals and light lunches. For something sweet, try Del’s Frozen Lemonade
or The Coffee Depot for a hot cuppa and snack.
With plenty of opportunities for walks, plays and meals together, you and your pup will love your stay in Warren.