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Dog Areas in Warwick, RI

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Surrounded by panoramic ocean views, lush forests, and historic neighborhoods, it's hard to deny that Warwick, Rhode Island has plenty to experience for all pet owners.

Warwick offers a beautiful dog park to get your furry friend the exercise he needs. Warwick City Park Dog Park is a small, two-acre dog park with ample running space. It is nestled right next to the beach and several ball fields, so you have plenty of options of where to exercise your pet. It is open year round and has free admission.

Warwick borders very close to the state capital of Providence, so there are thirteen different hotels to choose from. NYLO Providence Warwick is a lovely boutique hotel that welcomes you and your pet. Dogs and cats are welcome at this trendy lodging place.

At meal time, pop into Iggy's Doughboys and Chowder House. This local eatery offers Rhode Island specials--fresh lobster and clam dishes or warm, thick chowders on chilly New England days. They welcome friendly, well-behaved pets on their outside seating area.

Warwick, Rhode Island is a cozy town that offers a wide spectrum of activities. You and your pet will be genuinely welcomed into the city and treated like family!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warwick, RI

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    Population Density 3,880/sq mi

    #1 City Center


    Every pup loves a trip to the dog park. The lucky dogs living in Warwick have access to Warwick City Dog Park. Situated in the City Center, this dog park is a local favorite. Bring your four legged friend over for some good old fashioned off leash play. He can romp around with other dogs or just run until he’s all tuckered out. Fur-tunately for little pups, there are separate areas for large and small dogs.  So those with shorter legs can play at their own pace.  For a beautiful leashed walk, follow the wooded path through the City Park. This three mile trail provides scenic views of Brush Neck Cover. Just keep in mind dogs are not allowed on the beach.

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    Population Density 4,200/sq mi

    #2 Longmeadow/ Rocky Point


    Treat your pup to an afternoon stroll on the Rocky Point Walking Path. Located in the Longmeadow and Rocky Point neighborhood, this delightful trail stretches about two miles. Let your four legged pal feel the seabreeze in his fur as you walk near the salty ocean water.  Historical markers provide information about the area, so you and your dog can learn while getting some exercise.  If you’re feeling lucky, bring a fishing pole and let your pooch sit on the shore as you cast a line. Or just sit back and watch the boats and fisherman.  No bones about it, this is walk is puptastic!

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    Population Density 2,167/sq mi

    #3 Potowomut


    Looking for a new place to explore? Pack up your pup and head over to Goddard Memorial State Park. This popular park is situated right on Greenwich Bay in Potowomut. Your furry friend’s tail will wag as he discovers all this park has to offer. The natural terrain combines fields and forest, as well as beach and ocean scenery. Since there is an equestrian show area and miles of bridle trail, be sure to keep your pup leashed at all times. Saunter through the network of trails and let your four legged pal bask in the fresh air. A trip to this park is sure to make him a happy hound!

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    Population Density 2,986/sq mi

    #4 Conimicut

    Let your fur baby get her daily dose of doggy exercise at Conimicut Point Park. Nestled in the Conimicut neighborhood, this park offers spectacular views of where the Narragansett Bay meets Providence River. Your four legged buddy can sniff in the salty air as she wanders around the paved walking paths. The paths are flat and easy to follow. You’ll both enjoy the views of the nearby Prudence Island and the far off Providence skyline. Stop and rest on one of the benches and let your pooch take in the beautiful scenery. Be sure to bring some water for her (and maybe a treat or two).
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    Population Density 4,937/sq mi

    #5 Pawtuxet


    For a nice day out, pack up your pooch and head over to the nearby historic neighborhood of Pawtuxet. This charming village dates back to the 17th century and has major historical ties to the area. Your pup will enjoy a walk around the picturesque streets. Be sure to stop and let her socialize with the locals. After strolling around the village, head over to Pawtuxet Park. This park serves as a gathering place for the community and often hosts events. Check out the beautiful gazebo, or walk over to the banks of the Pawtuxet River.  Your furry pal can dip her paws in for some refreshment.

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