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Dog Parks in Connecticut

Nod Brook
Address: Simsbury, CT
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State: CT
Description: Water and no leash – Dogs run/swim. Nice area.

Mohegan Lake
Address: Fairfield, CT
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State: CT
Description: Along lakeside and trails. Trees, bags, benches, trash cans, parking.

Hamden Dog Park
Address: Waite Street, Hamden, CT
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State: CT
Description: Fenced in, trees with a path around the outside. Picnic tables, water bowls, poop bags. Lots of dogs!

Park in Granby
Address: 215 Salmon Brook Street/H 202 Granby, Connecticut 06035
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State: CT
Phone: 860-653-0173
Description: D.O.G.G.S. (Dog Owners of Granby Getting Social) is a community volunteer organization that established this fenced-in off-leash recreation area within Salmon Brook Park. Dogs of all sizes are allowed, and there can be up to 3 dogs per person. All dogs must have current license and shot tags on their collar/harness; be accompanied and in sight of their owners/custodians at all times, and under voice control. Choke, prong, or spiked collars are not allowed inside the off-leash area. Owners/custodians must carry a leash at all times, and dogs must be leashed entering and exiting the dog park. If you have a small, older, infirmed, or a shy dog, use the small dog area. You must clean up after your pet immediately, dispose of their waste properly, and fill in any holes they may dig. Females in heat; unaltered males, sick, or aggressive dogs are prohibited in the park and for the safety of all, immediately leash your dog if it exhibits aggressive behavior and leave the dog park area. The picnic tables are for the dogs to play on, but feel free to have a seat; however, food or drink for humans is not allowed within the fenced area.

Hamden R-Dog Dog Park
Address: Waite St and Ridge Rd Hamden, Connecticut
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State: CT
Description: This is a fenced dog park located at Bassett Park. The dog park is sponsored by Hamden R-DOG.

The Hamden Dog Park at Bassett
Address: On Waite Street at Ridge Road Hamden, Connecticut 06517
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State: CT
Description: The Hamden Dog Park is completely fenced with a brick path and patio, a separate small dog area with separate entrance, benches and picnic tables (mostly for the dogs to play on or under), and a compressed gravel trail. It is wheelchair accessible. Dogs of all sizes are allowed, but owners/custodians must carry their leashes on them at all times. All dogs must have current license and shot tags on their collar/harness; be accompanied and in sight of their owners/custodians at all times, and under voice control. If you have a small, older, infirmed, or a shy dog, use the SMALL DOG AREA. You must clean up after your pet immediately, dispose of their waste properly, and fill in any holes they may dig. Female dogs in heat, and aggressive dogs are prohibited in the park and for the safety of all, immediately leash your dog if it exhibits aggressive behavior and leave the dog park area. Dogs younger than four months should not be brought to the park.

Pawsitive Park
Address: Asylum Street Norwich, Connecticut
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State: CT
Phone: 860-367-7271
Description: This is a fenced dog park that opened in the summer of 2005.

Pawsitive Park Dog Park, Estelle Cohn Memorial Dog Park
Address: 261 Asylum Street Norwich, Connecticut 06360
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State: CT
Phone: 860-367-7271
Description: Dogs of all sizes are allowed at this beautiful off leash dog-park. There can be up to 3 dogs per person. All dogs must have current license and shot tags on their collar/harness; be accompanied and in sight of their owners/custodians at all times, and under voice control. If you have a small, older, infirmed, or a shy dog, use the SMALL DOG AREA. Choke, prong, or spiked collars are not allowed inside the off-leash area. Water is available for dogs to drink and for filling up the wading pools in both dog play areas. You must clean up after your pet immediately and dispose of their waste properly. Poop bags and pooper scoopers are always available for people who have forgotten to bring theirs. Females in heat; unaltered males and aggressive dogs are prohibited in the park and for the safety of all, immediately leash your dog if it exhibits aggressive behavior and leave the dog park area. There is also a dog-free zone that is a fenced in area for small children or for people who just want to come, sit, and watch the dogs in the park. There are also landscaped trails around the entire park that you can walk with your dog on lead.

Bark Park
Address: Governor Street Ridgefield, Connecticut
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State: CT
Description: There are two fenced parks, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. There is water at the park. From Route 35 take Main Street. Turn right on Governor Street and proceed to the end of Governor Street. The park is on the right.

Wethersfield Dog Park at Mill Woods
Address: Mill Woods Park
City: Wethersfield
State: CT
Description: Fenced in, off leash. Picnic tables, benches, water bowls, poop bags, small dog area.