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Dog Areas in West Rutland

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Situated in the central portion of the state of Vermont, the small town of West Rutland has a long history which revolved around the manufacturing of marbles. The town now offers residents an affordable place to live, and visitors a warm and friendly environment. And there are 2 veterinarians in the nearby town of Rutland City in case your pup is ever in need of care.

Your fur-ever friend will be thrilled when you head to the West Rutland Dog Park inside the West Rutland Recreation Area! Here you will find separate large and small dog sections, all of which are fenced. Fido can lead the pack around large, grassy areas that offer shade to cool down. Benches are provided, which conveniently convert into picnic tables. All you need to bring is water because clean up stations are on site! 

Afterwards, visit the West Rutland Marsh, where you and your pawtastic friend can hike on their marked trail and cross the boardwalk. There are information stations along the path which highlight this critical habitat for migrating birds.

Check out West Rutland for some pup-friendly fun in Vermont.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Rutland

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    Population Density 1,340/sq mi

    #1 Rutland City Pine Hill Park

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    The Rutland City Pine Hill Park neighborhood is in Rutland, 4 miles east of West Rutland, features a great place to spend some quality outdoor time with your pup. Pine Hill Park covers a whopping 325 acres of trails, perfect for hiking with Fido. There are varying difficulty ratings here, so there is something for every pup! These shared trails run for a total of 16 miles and are used by bicyclers, runners and walkers, so it is best to keep your pup on leash throughout. Hop on the Carriage or Redfield Trails which are converted logging roads for a pawtastc adventure!
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    Population Density 6,216/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Rutland

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    Visit Main Street Park in Rutland, 4 miles east of West Rutland, for some pawtastic time with your pup. Here you will find lots of green areas, just perfect for relaxing the day away. You and your fur-ever friend can take the paved paths and enjoy the sculptures that are scattered throughout, or relax for a while under the shaded gazebo. Why not take pup on an extended leash to romp around the open spaces here? Check out the live concerts in the summer that you and Fido can attend together.

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    Population Density 4,285/sq mi

    #3 Rutland

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    White’s Playground, in the Rutland neighborhood of the city of Rutland, 4 miles east of West Rutland, is a great place where you can take Fido to enjoy the day. There is a spectacular playground where young children can have a great time entertaining themselves. And the green, open space is just what Fido has been waiting for! Let him romp and explore on an extended leash, and relax on the benches scattered throughout after. Take a picnic lunch to share on the provided tables. Keep your pawtastic pup on leash and bring mutt mitts to keep this park pup-friendly.
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    Population Density 28/sq mi

    #4 Mendon

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    In the town of Mendon, 12 miles northeast of West Rutland, the Aitken State Forest is a hiking extravaganza for your pawtastic pup! There are 918 acres waiting for you and lots of trails, each offering different fitness-level pups a fun experience. For the beginner pup, take the trails which offer flat terrain, or take the Bald Mountain Trail, which is 3.5 miles in length and rated as moderate to challenging. It climbs to great vistas, offering spectacular views of the surrounding areas. You can view the Green Mountains and and Cold River valleys, so don’t forget to pack your camera!
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    Population Density 440/sq mi

    #5 Wallingford

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    In the Wallingford neighborhood, of the town of Wallingford, 12 miles south of West Rutland, Stone Meadow Park features walking trails, suitable for all fitness-level pups. Enjoy the day strolling through the area and along the lake. These trails feature a collection of honey bee hives which you can enjoy - at a slight distance! Take your canoe for a spin on Otter Creek and Fido can take a dip here if he gets hot! Sports courts, fields, and a playground round out the amenities here. Afterwards, why not head to Sal’s South for some homemade Italian pup-friendly patio dining!
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