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Dog Areas in Burlington, VT

1 Park
2 Trails
1 Shop
30 Eateries
With a population of almost 43,000 people, Burlington, Vermont is the most populated city in the state. The University of Vermont, as well as Champlain College, are located in Burlington, so it is considered by many to be a college town. In 2015, Burlington made history for becoming the first U.S. city to run solely on renewable energy. Burlington has a vibrant local arts and music scene, and there is always something fun going on in the city. Many of Burlington's residents are dog owners, and there are six veterinary offices in the city.

With Burlington's proximity to Lake Champlain and Mount Mansfield, there is plenty to do outdoors in Burlington and many of the paths to explore lead to some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Vermont. After a day of exploring all that the outdoors in Burlington have to offer, you could sit down for a meal at Sweetwaters with your dog at one of their outdoor tables on their award-winning patio. Sweetwaters has been a staple in Burlington for over 30 years, and their burgers, fresh Atlantic salmon, and pulled pork sandwiches are among their favorite dishes. You'll love the warm, friendly atmosphere not only at Sweetwaters but also in the whole of Burlington.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burlington, VT

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,241/sq mi

    #1 Starr Farm Beach

    Starr Farm Beach is a suburban neighborhood in Burlington, and residents love its convenient proximity to the water. Starr Farm Beach has its own dog park near the water, the Starr Farm Dog Park, and it is a favorite local hang-out spot for both dogs and for their owners. The large park is fenced in with separate sections for big and small dogs, and in warm weather, there is even a wading pool set up to keep dogs cool. The park provides poop bags and water for pets, and visitors love its quiet, peaceful atmosphere even among all the playing dogs.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,280/sq mi

    #2 Old NorEnd

    Old North End, or as it is affectionately known as by locals, Old NorEnd, is a neighborhood in Burlington that is known for its many shops, small businesses, and restaurants. You can also access the Island Line Rail Trail in Old NorEnd, and this is a great place to get some exercise with your dog. This 14-mile trail was once a railway line before it was turned into a trail. It surrounds the Burlington waterfront, and most of the trail is paved and relatively flat. You and Fido can explore the trail and along the way stop at a sandy beach or a park to play.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,241/sq mi

    #3 Oakledge Park

    Oakledge Park is an area of Burlington known for all of its fun recreational facilities and is popular with many local families. Oakledge Park has a namesake park that has things to do for the whole family, including your furry family members too, of course! Oakledge Park has volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts, a pavilion, cooking facilities, a playground, a beach, and bathroom and shower facilities. Dogs are welcome at this park, and you'll often see family picnics or barbecues taking place here while you visit and your dog is sure to find other dogs to play with.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,851/sq mi

    #4 New NorEnd

    New NorEnd is an eclectic neighborhood in Burlington. It features a mix of young families and retirees, as well as good schools, nice parks, and many other amenities. One of the most popular breakfast and lunch spots in New NorEnd is The Bagel Cafe and Deli. They have six dog-friendly tables so Rover can join you as you dig into one of their freshly made bagels or their coffee and dessert selection. The Bagel is a perfect place for people-watching with your dog as it faces a busy shopping center, and their menu has something for everyone to enjoy.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,178/sq mi

    #5 South Burlington

    South Burlington is a city neighboring Burlington, and it is the second largest city in the state after Burlington, and a large part of the city also borders Lake Champlain. Whether you're in Burlington or South Burlington, be sure to stop in for a meal at The Spot. This Hawaiian surf-shop style restaurant features fresh ingredients and delicious meals like their fish tacos. Not only does The Spot have dog-friendly tables outside, but they also serve ice cream specifically for dogs! The warm environment and dog-friendly services make The Spot a favorite for humans and for their four-legged counterparts.
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