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Newton Corner is one of thirteen villages in Newton, Massachusetts. Bordering Boston's Brighton neighborhood to the east and the Charles River and Massachusetts Turnpike to the north, the community in the northern part of Newton offers a suburban escape from neighboring Boston. As it's mostly a residential area, Newton Corner doesn't have a lot in terms of restaurants and dining, but you will find some options on Washington Street, just north of the turnpike. There, you'll find a yoga studio, coffee shops, and several restaurants. 

What the neighborhood lacks in retail spaces it makes up for in places to explore with your pup. The neighborhood is large with many winding streets past beautiful single-family homes and expansive parks. You'll find that the quiet streets offer a relaxing escape from other bustling downtown areas. From waterfront trails to college campuses, there's plenty of space for your pup to romp around in Newton Corner. 

Terrain in Newton Corner (Newton Corners)
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The neighborhood's topography varies wherever you are. The area is flatter near the turnpike, but heading south, there are a few more hills, particularly heading toward the direction of Chestnut Hill. While the hills aren't extremely intimidating, be sure to bring some water and be sure to hydrate! Many of the tree-lined streets offer plenty of shade, so your pup won't tire out quickly. Be wary of extra hot days though, as sidewalks can increase in temperature and can cause harm to your dog's paws. 

There are parks and greenways all around Newton Corner. Boston College's Newton campus, located in the southwestern part of the neighborhood, is a great spot to watch some tennis or meet some students on the greenway. If you're sticking around the northern part of Newton Corner, be cautious around the exit and entrance ramps of the turnpike, as those roadways tend to be very busy and congested. 

Greenways in Newton Corner (Newton Corners)
Neighborhoods in Newton have an average of:
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There are several small parks and greenways your furry friend will enjoy. Get lost in nature at Edmands Park, Newton's sprawling woodland featuring miles of hiking trails. Or you can head north of the turnpike and walk along the Charles River enjoying some scenic views of Cambridge and Boston's downtown. Head to Farlow Park to enjoy the community's historic charm. Walk down the pathways and around large, old trees to cross a pond over a pretty stone bridge. The scenic views should not be missed! 

Newton's Off-Leash Recreation Program allows pet owners to let their dogs run free in certain areas of the city's parks. Several parks have designated off-leash areas during certain hours of the day. Hunnewell Park in Newton Corner allows leash-free pets in a fenced area from dawn to dusk while Cabot Park, which borders the western part of the neighborhood, also features a fenced area for some frolicking. 

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