Burlington's Dog Parks.
In northwest Burlington on Starr Farm Road. Parking for the
Dog Park is west of the Burlington Bike Path.
Starr Farm Off
Leash Dog Park.
Burlington's Dog Parks.
Location: In northwest Burlington on Starr Farm Road.
Parking for the Dog Park is west of the Burlington Bike
Indian Brook Reservoir.
A trail along the reservoir. Dogs must be kept on a leash in
the parking lots, picnic area adjacent to the dam and the
water in front of these areas. Dogs are allowed to be off
leash beginning at the trail head past the last parking lot
on the east side of the reservoir and beyond the trail head
at the lower parking lot on the south end of the reservoir.
Dogs must respond to voice commands, cannot chase the
wildlife in the park, and must be within the owner's vision
at all times. (At each trail head we have provided dog
mitts, You must pick up after your dog)."
Watson Upper Valley Dog Park.
Opened June 07. Off-leash dog park about 1 1/2 acres. Our
group, the Upper Valley Dog Park Supporters, have partnered
with the Town of Hartford, Vt, Parks & Recreation Dept. They
are providing the land and liability and we (UVDPS) are
raising the funding for the construction and annual
maintenance of the park. It is our hope to begin in March
and open by June-July. Location: It is located on route 14
W, 1 mile west of the Hartford Town Hall. Directions: It is
centrally located just off I89N at exit 1, bare rt. towards
White River Juction, at the second light turn lt. on rte. 5.
go tonext light and turn lt. onto rte. 14W. It is about 3/4
mile on the left, Watson Park.
Manchester Vermont Dog Park.
Our Manchester Vermont Dog Park is in a designated part of
the Dana Thompson Park and Recreational Area, easily located
on Recreational Park Road on Bonnet Street/Route 30. Go to
our Directions page for an interactive map. Location: 340
Recreation Park Road. Directions: The Manchester Dog Park is
located at the Dana L. Thompson Recreation Center. Drive in
to the parking area by Applejack Field; the dog park is on
the opposite end of the track.
Patchen Road. Leash free area. It's an unofficial dog park.
It is an old baseball field that is not completely fenced
in, but here are minimal hiking trails beyond it where the
dogs can run free. It's accessible year round. Parking is
available. Location: Patchen Road. Directions: It's right on
Mountain. 150 acres to
explore leash free, dog chapel, art gallery (dogs welcome
leash free at all places!). It is Vermont artist Stephen
Huneck's mission to make the world a dog friendly place to
be. At Dog Mountain his artwork is displayed, including a
chapel he has created with the sole purpose of honoring
animals who have passed away. Photos of pets from across the
globe adorn the walls and are all placed there in
remembrance by their family members. There are 150 wooded
acres with trails for dogs and their companions to hike and
explore. Dogs are welcome in the gallery and dog trets are
always available! Location: 143 Parks Road.