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Dog Areas in Warren, RI

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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. 

Finding 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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warren, RI

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,541/sq mi

    #1 Nayatt

    Pull on your walking shoes, pop Fido on a lead and head 3.5 miles east to Veterans Memorial Park in nearby Barrington. This beautiful park covers over 230 acres, including an 84-acre pond known as the Brickyard due to its historical significance as an old brick-making site. There are three easy trails here, the longest being the one-mile Green Trail. The Blue and Red interconnecting trails are a further 0.5 and 0.75 miles respectively and there are maps available at the trailheads. Keep your eyes peeled for birds including ospreys, bald eagles and even owls near dusk. Dogs are permitted throughout Veterans Memorial Park, but must remain leashed, and all waste is taken with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,566/sq mi

    #2 Willett Ave

    Let your pup run free from the lead at the nearby Barrington Dog Park at Haines Memorial State Park in Barrington. There is one large, double-gated fenced area for dogs to socialise and play, with benches for you to relax at while you supervise. You will need to bring water and a drinking bowl for your dog, but there are waste bags provided. The wider Haines Memorial State Park covers just over 100 acres and offers picnic facilities, restrooms, ball fields and access to Bullock Cove. The East Bay Bike Path runs right through the park.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,507/sq mi

    #3 Bristol Highlands

    The Colt State Park in Bristol is a beautiful place to visit if you are in the area. Set over an impressive 464 acres of coastline, forest and well-manicured lawns, this place is often referred to as a ‘gem’ of the Rhode Island State Parks System. And luckily for your furry friend, the park welcomes pups of all sizes, provided they are leashed. There are over four miles of paved bike paths through the park that offer easy walks and spectacular views over Narragansett Bay. Pack yourself some lunch and seek out one of the six picnic groves for a rest, and take some time to relax in this peaceful park with your canine companion by your side.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,582/sq mi

    #4 Barrington Town Center

    The Osamequin Nature Trails and Bird Sanctuary in the north of neighboring Barrington is just 3.6 miles from Warren, and a beautiful spot for a walk with your dog. There are four trails through this 42-acre preserve, each marked with a colour for easy navigating and totalling 1.5 miles. There is a huge variety of wildlife to see here, including horseshoe crabs and even a rare diamondback terrapin. Dogs are permitted here, but must remain leashed at all times, and all waste should be cleaned up. There aren’t any nearby amenities, so pack water for you both and any food you may like to enjoy on your travels.
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    Population Density 9,178/sq mi

    #5 Hope St/ Thames St

    Bristol, just under five miles from Warren, has four fantastic dog-friendly restaurants to explore with your pup. DeWolf Tavern features tables downstairs on the patio and upstairs on the deck where you can have your four-legged companion by your side while you enjoy some of it's delicious contemporary American cuisine. Bristol Oyster Bar is the place to go for the freshest seafood around, or for something with a Mexican flare, head to Nacho Mammas restaurant. Both of these places also have pet-friendly seating outdoors. Nearby, Fresh Table has sidewalk seating where you can park with your pet and choose from a variety of light meals. There is also a gift shop here for purchasing a little souvenir of your travels.
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