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Dog Areas in Winooski

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 If you live in Winooski, you know how many pawesome things there are to do with dogs here! This Vermont town has numerous parks that welcome dogs on- and off-leash. If you want to go on a fun day trip with your pup, the larger town of Burlington is just two miles away. While there are no veterinary clinics in Winooski itself, there are many great options in Burlington.

If you’re looking for a beautiful place to hike with your dog, check out Casavant Natural Area. This natural area welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has a lovely trail that goes through the woods and along the Winooski River. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and have a fun time exploring this trail!

Island Line Rail Trail is another furrific place to take your pup for an on-leash hike. This 13-mile trail goes from Burlington to South Hero. As you walk along the trail, you’ll get amazing views of Lake Champlain and the mountains surrounding the lake. You and your pup will both love strolling down this flat, paved trail!

Winooski and its surrounding area are filled with parks, restaurants, and shops that welcome dogs. Your dog’s tail will wag with excitement when they see all the great things to do in this town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Winooski

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    Population Density 4,891/sq mi

    #1 West Allen Street

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    If you want to spend the day in the park with your pup, this neighborhood is perfect for you. This neighborhood is home to Winooski’s one off-leash dog run, Winooksi Dog Park. Here, your pup can play and make new friends in one large, fenced area. Bring water, doggy bags, and a tennis ball, and have a pawesome time playing with your dog here. If you want to go for a longer walk with your pup after they’re finished playing, head to Gilbrook Nature Area. This lovely park welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has a 1.3-mile nature trail that takes you through a forest and around a pond. You and your pup will both have a great time in these two parks!

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    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #2 Mount Philo State Park

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    Looking for a furrific place to go for an on-leash hike with your dog? Head to Mount Philo State Park! Located 18 miles from Winooski, this mountainous park is open from Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day weekend. While you’re here, you and your dog can explore the park’s 3.8 miles of trails. If you’d like to climb to the top of Mount Philo, hop onto the 0.5-mile Summit Trail. If you’d rather take a stroll through a beautiful forest, try the House Rock Trail or the Devil’s Chair Trail. Bring doggy bags and water for you and your dog, and have a fun time hiking here!

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    Population Density 2,492/sq mi

    #3 Starr Farm Beach

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    Located six miles from Winooski, Starr Farm Beach is a mostly residential neighborhood that’s very dog-friendly. This neighborhood is home to one fun off-leash area, Starr Farm Dog Park. This dog park offers separate areas for large and small dogs, and it has lots of agility equipment for pups to play on, including tunnels and ramps. In summer, there are also kiddy pools for your pup to splash around in. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available. If you want to go for a bite to eat after playing at the dog park, check out Dharshan Namaste Asian Deli. Sit at one of their four dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy delicious Vietnamese and Nepalese dishes.

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    Population Density 3,343/sq mi

    #4 Old North End

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    Old North End is home to Battery Park, a beautiful place to take your pup for on-leash walks. This park is only 2.5 miles from Winooski, and it has a promenade with amazing views of Lake Champlain. As you walk through the park, you’ll also pass unique historic sites from the War of 1812, including a cannon. After the park, treat your pup to lunch at Sweetwaters. This bistro allows dogs on their outdoor patio, and they’ll bring your dog a bowl of water. While your dog enjoys their water, you can dine on short ribs, burgers, Atlantic salmon, and much more.

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    Population Density 956/sq mi

    #5 Riverside

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    Riverside is a quiet residential neighborhood with a park that’s very popular with dogs and their owners: Mills Riverside Park. Located 14 miles from Winooski, this park has a large off-leash area your pup is sure to love. This unfenced area features a huge meadow where pups can run and play. Dogs are also welcome to swim and splash around in the Browns River, which is right next to the off-leash area. After your pup is finished playing, put their leash back on and take them for a stroll on one of Mills Riverside Park’s peaceful forest trails. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and enjoy exploring this fun park.

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