Fall Cleanup Work Party

We are planning a work-party to do autumn cleanup and pre-winter maintenance on the park – On Saturday, October 2, from 8am till 12pm.
The park will be CLOSED for normal usage during this work-party, but volunteers can bring their dogs to hang out in the training area while we humans make the park nice for them (and us). 

Howl’ween 2021 Vendors

Howl’ween 2021 is coming up at the Chelmsford Dog Park, on October 23rd – 11am-2pm!

In addition to plans for food, raffles, silent auctions and games, check out the Vendors and Organizations who have signed up to be present.

PetCPR+ Certification Class

The CDA is hosting a PetCPR+ Certification course from Pet Emergency Education on September 18, 2021 [Rescheduled date!!] at the Chelmsford Community Center at North Town Hall!
Registration is $69.95 and many of the class spots are already filled so book soon to get your spot in the remaining space!

Online “Merch” Orders

We have opened an online store!

Using Printful (on demand printed merchandise) and our Square account, we have arranged for CDA and CDP “merch” to be purchased online and delivered right to your door!   Now you don’t have to wait for a CDA event to get that Chelmsford Dog Park T-shirt, or worry about us being sold out of the size or color that you want.

Phase 3 Bricks have been installed!

The brick order last year was delayed because of the pandemic, and then the early snow and odd winter weather — and then continued weather patterns into the spring — delayed the installation. However, the bricks are now installed!  Many thanks to Matt Kohl for doing the brick laying.

More Benches!

The CDA is working on adding additional, permanent benches to the park! Each bench costs $1200 and people can sponsor an entire bench or contribute a smaller amount which will be pooled together for benches.

Kathy’s Tips & Trails: Lowell/Dracut/Tyngsboro State Forest

Spring is here and it’s the best time for hiking.

I recommend the Lowell/Dracut/Tyngsboro State Forest, a beautiful spot to hike for people of all abilities. Well-behaved dogs are allowed off leash here. This is a massive place, so take care if you decide to let your dog explore off leash

Come Join the Chelmsford Dog Association

Calling all dog enthusiasts! Would you like to help support and educate the local community of dog owners? Join the Chelmsford Dog Association.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

The CDA needs volunteers to help dig, plant, and fill in new trees at the Chelmsford Dog Park on April 30, starting at 9am and any time until 4pm.

Kathy’s Tips & Trails: Tewksbury State Hospital Trail

Trail of the Week: Tewksbury State Hospital Trail The Tewksbury State Hospital trail (493 Livingston St, Tewksbury, MA 01876) is a great place to hike with your dog. This is a 2.3 mile loop trail. There are four entrances, but during the winter, you can only access it...

The Chelmsford Dog Park is located at:
52 Richardson Rd, North Chelmsford

The park is currently: CLOSED

Date/Time Event
Sat, Oct 2
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Fall Cleanup Work Party
Chelmsford Dog Park, North Chelmsford MA
Thu, Oct 14
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
CDA Board & Public Meeting
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Sat, Oct 23
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Howl'ween
Chelmsford Dog Park, North Chelmsford MA
Thu, Nov 11
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
CDA Board & Public Meeting
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Thu, Dec 9
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
CDA Board & Public Meeting
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The Chelmsford Dog Park is located at
52 Richardson Rd, North Chelmsford

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Dog Owner Reviews

The park is great! The dogs there were respectful, and their owners were great as well. Be prepared to get stop visits from other dogs who want to meet you. As a dog lover, it was a load of fun.

Jacob Rodriguez

Google Review, Aug 2021

Best kept dog park in the area. I normally prefer to take alfie of leash hiking but when you need some extra socializing it’s great. Big and small dog areas. Time out pens. Obstacles, and just enough parking so it doesn’t get crazy packed. The people that go there / support it really take care of it. While they are watching their dogs they are taking and picking up leaves as well…

Niles (Alfie’s dad)

Google Review, Apr 2021

A wonderful place for your four legged baby to enjoy being exactly what they are! A DOG! lots of amazing friends to be made here, be grateful for such a place where you and they can feel and be safe!
Jacquie P Vieira

Facebook Review, Nov 2019

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