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Dog Areas in West Greenwich

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West Greenwich is a small town located in Kent County. True to New England beauty, this town has forests, ponds, rivers, and lakes. With Connecticut to the west, and Greenwich Bay only 15 miles to the east, this town has access to hours of outdoor fun. No bones about it, pups living here are happy hounds!

West Greenwich is surrounded by acres and acres of natural beauty. The Arcadia Management Area is a perfect place to get out and explore the local terrain with your four legged BFF. It’s comprised of 14,000 acres and is chock full of trees. Discover the lush scenery by following the Newman Trail, Breakheart Pond Loop or Hicks Trail. Stepstone Falls is another local gem. This out and back trail is about three miles long and follows the river to a beautiful set of waterfalls.

When West Greenwich pups aren’t feeling their best, they turn to the local veterinary clinics for help. Doctors at West Greenwich Animal Hospital are ready to serve the canine pupulation. They offer wellness exams, vaccinations, dental care, and weight management. Big River Veterinary Services is another clinic in the area. Not only do they provide routine pet care, they also have specialized orthopedic services. Needless to say, your pup’s health is top priority in this town. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Greenwich

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    Population Density 100/sq mi

    #1 Central West Greenwich

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    If your furry pal is up for an adventure, grab his leash and head over to Fry Pond Conservation Area. Sitting in a low valley, this natural space is also known as Cedar Swamp. As you explore this area, you’ll be surrounded by wooded ridges and will find an upland forest, swamp, and the Nooseneck River. There are three trails to choose from, so your pooch can get some much needed exercise. The Teft Trail runs .5 miles, the Loop Trail is just over a mile, and the Hillside Trail is .7 miles. The swamp is home to frogs, snakes, turtles, weasels, and otters, so be sure to keep your pup on leash. 

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    Population Density 207/sq mi

    #2 East West Greenwich

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    Big River Management Area is on the east side of West Greenwich. It sprawls over 8,000 acres and is made up of forest, wetlands, and agricultural lands. This area is a perfect spot for dogs to get out in nature and get in touch with their wild roots. There’s an 18 mile trail that loops around the area. For something a little shorter, try the Carr’s Pond and Tarbox Pond Loop. It clocks in at 4 miles. The Sweet Saw Mill Road is another option. This out and back trail lasts about 3 miles. By the time you head home, your pooch will be all tuckered out!

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    Population Density 65/sq mi

    #3 West Exeter

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    Exeter is West Greenwich’s southern neighbor. Pack up your pooch and head over to this town for some pupperific hiking. Follow the Escoheag Trail into the forest and get lost in the tranquil beauty that surrounds you. You’ll have to cross some streams, so your furry friend’s paws will get a little muddy. The loop lasts 3.5 miles, just enough to let your pup burn off some energy. Since it connects to the nearby Ben Utter, Mount Tom, and Barber Trails, you have the option to continue your hike. Make sure to bring enough water to keep your four legged hiking buddy hydrated. 

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    #4 Kiley Way

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    Is your furry friend itching for a walk? Clip on her leash and head north to the neighboring town of Coventry. Here you’ll find access to the Washington Secondary Trail. This trail follows an old railroad corridor thatstretches 19 miles east to west. Your four legged walking buddy can go for as long as her legs can handle. She’ll love breathing in some fresh air as she moves through wooded terrain and enjoys views of the Flat River Reservoir. Be sure to bring some water for your pal, as you don’t want a thirsty pup on your hands!

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    Population Density 65/sq mi

    #5 Voluntown

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    If you’re looking for a new place to take Fido, head over to Pachaug State Forest. Located across the state borer in Voluntown, Connecticut, this massive state forest provides days of exploring and adventure. Your four legged hiking buddy will love trails like Mount Misery, Green Falls Pond, Hell Hollow, or Lockes Meadow. Head over for just a day hike, or stay a few days and hike to your heart’s content. There are a few pet friendly campgrounds in the forest. If you decide to stay, make a reservation at Circle C Campground, Natures Campsites, or Countryside Campground. 

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