Dog Parks on the South Shore

Now that the weather has turned warmer, it’s time to get out and enjoy with your best friend. Check out a few of the dog parks here on the South Shore:

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Scituate Dog Park

This one acre enclosed park for dogs of all sizes has level pathways, beautifully crafted benches, and shaded areas for you to enjoy time with your companion. 

Conservation Park
167 Driftway, Scituate
Open: dawn to dusk

Bare Cove Park

This park occupies more than 400 acres along the Weymouth Back River. There are three miles of paved roadways for hiking, bicycling, and jogging, as well as wooded paths. Dogs are welcome, but they must be leashed. Owners must pick up dog waste.

Entrances at Fort Hill Street and Beal Street, Hingham
Hours: Dawn to dusk

Stodder’s Neck Dog Park

Stodder’s Neck Dog Park is not fenced and it is a great off-leash place for dogs. It has access to the water for swimming. The park is grassy and has trails for walking and play. It is on a peninsula in tidal water off Hingham Bay. It has one gated entrance. There benches and picnic tables for people to enjoy. Bring your own water and refuse bags.

457 Lincoln Street (Route 3A)

JB’s IndoorDog park

“We are an indoor place space for you and your furbaby to spend valuable time together. Your pup can socialize with other dogs while playing in a climate controlled, clean safe space. No rain, heated, air conditioned and all dogs are vaccinated!”

106 Longwater Dr, Norwell
(339) 469-1826

Abington Dog Park

“There is no residency or permit requirement to use the park. The park has separate areas for big dogs and small dogs. It is open during daylight hours year-round but is not shoveled in the snow. Water fountains are on from mid-April to mid-November.”

441 Summer St, Abington
Open 7am-7pm

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