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Dog Areas in Woonsocket

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The city of Woonsocket, Rhode Island is a pretty big deal; not only is it part of Rhode Island, but it’s also considered part of the Greater Boston, Massachusetts area. Considering it lies just south of the Massachusetts state line, this really isn’t all that surprising. Incorporated in 1888, Woonsocket has a rich history as well. There are over thirty properties and districts registered on the National Register of Historic Places. As if that wasn’t enough to make Woonsocket memorable, it’s also been home to several important figures, including baseball players Rocco Baldelli and Clem Labine and Rhode Island’s first woman legislator, Isabelle Ahearn O’Neill.  

While Woonsocket has plenty to offer visitors, it does lack in one area: dog-friendliness! Woonsocket does have one dog-friendly restaurant, a pizza place called MVP Pizzeria. However, that’s it. If you’re looking for more dog-friendly restaurants or dog parks, you’ll want to visit a nearby city. Fortunately, there are quite a few dog-friendly options within twenty miles of Woonsocket, so you won’t have to go too far to have fun with your canine companion. Woonsocket also doesn’t have any veterinarian clinics, so you’ll have to travel for that as well. Still, Woonsocket is a fantastic place to visit, so don’t overlook a piece of history!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woonsocket

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    Population Density 2,543/sq mi

    #1 Albion - Manville

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    If you and your dog enjoy going for long walks together, make sure to visit Manville, which is about four miles from Woonsocket, to access the Blackstone River Bikeway. Don’t let the name fool you; you and Fido can definitely enjoy a walk on this trail, which is nearly twelve miles long. Of course, you don’t have to walk the full trail. Fido will need to stay on his leash for the duration of your walk, and you’ll want to bring along waste disposal bags and water for both of you. Make sure to pay attention to markers along the trail, which showcase wildlife in the area!

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    Population Density 482/sq mi

    #2 Central North Smithfield - North Smithfield

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    North Smithfield, which is located about ten minutes from Woonsocket, gives you an opportunity you don’t often get: going to the movies with your dog! Rustic Tri View Drive-In allows dogs to come see movies with their owners, as long as the dogs are friendly to both humans and other dogs. They must stay on their leash during the movie, but fear not – if your dog gets antsy, there’s a section where you can walk him while still being able to see the movie. The soft-serve ice cream bar also offers a doggy sundae if you’re in the mood to spoil your pup!

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    Population Density 954/sq mi

    #3 Chase Farms - Lincoln

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    About ten miles from Woonsocket, in Lincoln, is Chase Farms, which is located near Lincoln State Park. Chase Farms spans a large area, so if you and your dog are both looking to get some exercise, look no further! There are a few trails within the park, each with varying difficulty, so choose wisely. If your furry friend likes swimming, Chase Farms has a pond he can splash around in, which is especially nice on hot summer days. While many locals let their dogs run around off-leash, it’s worth noting this is against the rules, and there is a possibility you’ll be ticketed if you’re caught.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 493/sq mi

    #4 Bennett Ave

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    Although Wrentham Dog Park is about twenty-five minutes away from Woonsocket, you and your dog will probably both think making the drive is worth it. Wrentham Dog Park spans a massive fifteen acres! This dog park is completely fenced in, allowing your dog to have some serious off-leash fun while getting in more than enough exercise. Bring along a ball to play fetch with your pup, or just let him socialize with some pawesome new friends he’s sure to make here. Waste disposal bags are provided, but make sure to bring water. At Wrentham Dog Park, you’re sure to have a ball!

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    Population Density 1,573/sq mi

    #5 Pond Street N

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    Attleboro Dog Park is yet another dog park located across state lines, but it’s not too far away from Woonsocket; it’s only eighteen miles up the road. Attleboro Dog Park is infamous with locals for its size; there’s plenty of space for even the most energetic pups to run around and not get bored. Like most dog parks, there are two separate sections for small and large dogs, but some locals ignore these guidelines. You’ll need your dog’s licensing number to sign in, and if you don’t provide one, it’s likely you’ll be turned away. Make sure to bring along water and waste disposal bags!

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