There are a large number of trails that criss-cross this property. We started with the Pine Point Loop. This 2-mile trail has several spin-off loops if you want to add some additional distance. It’s a very easy walk. In mid-February, there were still some sections that were very icy, very muddy, or both. Some sections were still snow-covered as well.
The Cranberry Bog Reservation stretches between Chelmsford and Carlisle. There is parking on Elm Street in Chelmsford and on Curve Street in Carlisle. The loop is just over 2 miles — but, be aware, there are several dead end trails that end in private back yards.
NOTICE: A major storm is expected Saturday night and into the day on Sunday.
As usual, with snowfall accumulations over 3 inches: The Dog Park parking lot will be CLOSED, pending plowing. Expect the lot to be closed all day Sunday.
The pics of the dogs with Santa, at the park on Saturday, December 9, 2023
These are the CDA’s 2024 Calendar Contest Winners!
Santa will be visiting the Chelmsford Dog Park on Saturday, December 9, from 11am – 1pm
The CDA will be taking pictures of the dogs with Santa!
Because of the scout eagle project work this weekend, the small dog side will be CLOSED during the work.
The Training/Rental area will be reserved for small dogs to use during the closure.
A *HUGE* thanks to all of the volunteers, vendors, and participants in our 2023 Howl’ween event.
A special thanks to Peter D at Jones Farm for the beautiful pumpkins, mums, and other decorations in the photo area and to Cara Zipoli, our photographer.
The Chelmsford Dog Association is sponsoring a contest to build a calendar of the dogs of the Chelmsford Dog Park for 2024!
Howl’ween 2023 is coming up at the Chelmsford Dog Park, on October 28th from 11am-2pm!
Vendors, costume contest, raffles, silent auctions and games,