Dog Friendly Activities in Easton, MA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Easton, and 78 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Easton.

Pet Friendly Borderland State Park
Borderland State Park Borderland State Park is pet-friendly. Dogs, under voice control, can romp off leash in the one spacious designated field near the historic Smith Farmhouse. The park also offers over 20 miles of hiking trails to explore on leash and many ponds that dogs can swim in. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. The park is open every day of the week from 8am to 4pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Stodder's Neck Dog Park
Stodder's Neck Dog Park Stoddard's Neck Dog Park is a fun place for dogs. It is surrounded on three sides by water, an on the front by a 4 foot rock wall. The park is grassy and has trails for you you walk on, woods to romp in, and hills to roll down. The swimming is great too! People bring thier own water (there are bowls everywhere) and poop bag stations are located throughout the park. Most people there are friendly and responsible, and there are benches and picnic tables for them to socialize at as well! Stoddard's Neck is even easy to get to. Just hop on Route 3A, go through Weymouth, and right over the Weymouth/Hingham line. Go just past Abigail Adams Park. Immediatley after a small bridge but BEFORE the Dodge dealership the park in on the opposite side of the road. See Details
Wrentham Dog Park Unfortunately, Wrentham Dog Park is currently closed. Please contact the town of Wrentham to find out about any temporary restrictions due to COVID-19. See Details
Attleboro Dog Park The site of the Attleboro Dog Park is a piece of land off of Pond Street in Attleboro Dimensions of the area are 260' x 75'. Four sided fencing has finally been installed. A sign will be constructed leading people into the park. It's a nice flat area that we believe the dogs will love. See Details
Squantum Point Park The old Naval Air Station has paved paths along the old runways, and one unpaved path, to a beach at the northwest tip of the peninsula. This small beach is 1/2 mile from the parking lot and lies across Dorchester Bay from UMass. There is a leash requirement in the park, but friendly dogs play and swim at the beach when there are no other people there. PLEASE ALWAYS clean up after your dog so that we can continue to use this spot! There are trash barrels but you have to bring your own bag. See Details
Medway Off Leash Dog Park The Medway Dog Park was an idea conceived by Tim Dumas who, at that time, was 15 years old, a resident of Medway and a dog lover. Tim recognized that because of tough leash laws, dogs in Medway had no place to go to get the exercise they really need. Tim's dream was to build a park where dogs could run free, unleashed, and not be in violation of the Town's leash law. Tim planned to make this a community service project to complete a requirement for him to advance in rank to Eagle Scout. Tim undertook the research and planning all the details for such a facility. After much planning, he sought approvals from the various town boards and received unanimous approval from the Medway Board of Selectmen in the fall of 2001. With support from his family and friends, Tim undertook the laborious task of gathering materials and enlisting volunteers. His father, Gary Dumas, assisted Tim by helping him manage and coordinate this enormous project. They discovered many local businesses, organizations, and citizens in Medway extremely willing to offer their services and financial support for the Medway Dog Park. Tim's plans included the preservation a piece of Medway history by protecting the historical landmark at the park. Permission was granted by the Medway Parks Commissioners and the Medway Board of Selectmen to allow Tim to back fill a stone foundation with sand to prevent further erosion and collapse. The top stone layer of the foundation remains in view. This foundation marks the site of the home of Medway's first settler, Henry Garnsey, circa 1700. The stone foundation is fenced in to further preserve the site. Adjacent is a three sided wooden structure which serves as a message board and an emergency storm shelter from the elements while at the park. Tim also wanted to include a monument to Medway residents. "The Star Spangled Banner" now waves at the intersection of Village and Cottage Streets in a memorial park for noteworthy town residents. Two plaques commemorate those who have served in the fire and police departments. The hard work of this young man has paid off because now, thanks to the hard work of Tim Dumas, the residents of Town of Medway can enjoy the Medway Dog Park along with their dogs. See Details
Neponset Trail The Neponset Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Boston! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Neponset Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
Barrington Dog Park at Haines Park Pets are welcome to play off-leash at this large, fenced dog run with waste bags and drinking water. No separate small dog area. See Details
Lobster Charter, Catch & Cook 'Lobster Charter, Catch & Cook' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by John. Jump aboard the Christina Marie for a Lobster Charter with your pooch. Dogs are welcome if owners bring their own life jackets with them on board. The experience lasts 3 hours and can accommodate up to 4 guests ages 8 and up. This charter can only be booked with a minimum of 4 guests. Please contact for special arrangements. Rates start at $150 per person. See Details
Pawtucket Dog Park Pawtucket Dog Park features a seperate enclosed area for both small and large dogs. The grassy field was formerly home to the Slater Park Lawn Bowling Club. Running water is available. See Details
Noanet Woodlands This Dover public park is wildly popular with local dog-owners. Noanet Woodlands welcomes up to two dogs per person, and pets must remain on-leash. The Lower Mill Pond is not pet friendly, and guests are asked to not allow their dogs to approach others. The adjacent Powisset Farm does not allow pets. See Details
Larz Anderson Park Larz Anderson Park is part of the GreenDog Program. Dogs are not always permitted off-leash at this park. Dogs must meet certain criteria and be registered in the program to be allowed off-leash during the designated hours. At Larz Anderson, there is a small area of the park where Fido is welcome to play off-leash during these hours. There is an annual fee for using this service of $50 for residents and $100 for non-residents. Daily and weekly permits are also available. The off-leash hours are from dawn until 1pm from March through November and dawn until dusk from December through February. See Details
Bare Cove Park Enjoy soaking up the beauty of this scenic walk through the woods with your leashed pet. Includes several riverside trails. See Details
Randolph Dog Park Nice enclosed off leash park. Separate area for small dogs. Paved and wooded paths lead this the park. Wooded area with tunnels boulders and stairs dogs can play on. Also nice size so the can run. There is water available for drinking. See Details
World's End Hidden gem seaside park with plenty of hiking and waling trails. Little to no beach access, but there are well-groomed paths and gorgeous views of Boston Harbor. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
Providence: Improbable Narrative 'Providence: Improbable Narrative' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Peter. You and Fido will set out on a guided walking tour of Providence and see colonial sites, sculptures, hidden gardens are more. Hear some history of the area and why Roger Williams called Rhode Island a "lively experiment." Please keep in mind that dogs may not be allowed inside some shops that the tour visits. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 8 guests ages 13 and up. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. Be prepared for the hills. Wear running or hiking shoes. Rates start at $25 per person. See Details
Southfield Dog Park Dog park at Southfield which was the naval aviation base. See Details
Blue Hills Reservation There are over 125 miles of hiking and biking trails with scenic views and differing levels of terrain. Parking is available at Houghton Pond or in limited spots along the road. Leashed dogs are welcome, unless it's a restricted area. See Details
Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University This beautiful park is a Boston favorite with its wooded walkways and trails. Dogs must be leashed at all times. Owners are responsible for removal and disposal of their dogs’ wastes. The Arnold Arboretum’s 281-acre landscape is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year. There is no admission charge, but donations are appreciated. See Details
Forge Pond Park Great spot to brings dogs in the offseason. There is a long secluded walking trail across King Street from the entrance to the park. The trail circles behind the King street homes to a beautiful secluded lake. Dogs must be leashed at all times on a leash under six feet. See Details
Franklin Dog Park Excellent fenced in (double-gated) dog park- great playground next to it for kids- large area for dogs- clean-up supplies and disposal bins- picnic tables, trees and rocks- really nice See Details
The Abington Grove This Abington park is a hidden jewel little known even to locals. It's also a wonderful place to bring your pet for an on-leash stroll, though they are not permitted during the day in summer. See Details
Books on the Square Books on the Square is a cozy shop that sells both new and used books and welcomes all well-read (and not so well-read) pooches! See Details