10 Best Dog Parks in Maine!
We all know Maine is spectacular, and so are its dog parks. Are you looking for a place to give your pup a chance to run free and make new friends?-Here’s a list of the best of the best, sure to give you and your dog plenty of days of fun, fresh air, and endorphins.
Augusta Dog Park is located at Mill Park, on the north end of Water Street, and offers an off-leash recreation area. This beautiful park has all the open space needed for a great day of action-packed exercise for the more agile canine companion or for the passive pup looking to lay out and take in the world around them.
This doggie haven located in Bangor offers a place for your pup to meet and greet, as well as to learn a few tricks. The area is clean and maintained, with waste bags conveniently located for pet parents to pick up.
The elegant 1.5-acre dog park in Brunswick sits next to the Androscoggin River Bicycle Path, offering a great place for your pup to let loose and have a ball. It's a great place for you and your dog to socialize with fellow four-legged friends and their owners.
This one-acre doggie destination is open from dawn to dusk and offers a separate area for small dogs. It's also equipped with an abundance of shade and sunny areas. Dog owners can access well-piped water from April to mid-November.
It’s a great place for dogs to exercise and socialize off-leash with multiple areas for them to explore. Put on your pup's favorite collar and get ready to find their new favorite outdoor space in Lewiston.
The Kennebunk Dog Park is open to the public 7 days a week from dawn to dusk. This fenced-in dog park offers plenty of places for pups to play and socialize.
It has water, benches, a covered shelter, and separate areas for large and small dogs. Open year-round during sunlight hours, this is the perfect place to spend a day however you'd like with your canine companion.
Next to busy Highland Avenue, you’ll find Hinckley Park which offers 40 acres, two scenic ponds and fresh water fishing. With a 3/4 miles-long circuit, this is a great place to get some exercise. A slice of puppy paradise in South Portland.
This doggie destination is one of the most incredible places to let your pup run, explore, and have some fun. The area is fully fenced and even has its own wooded trail. Let your pooch choose their adventure and have the time of their lives.
This volunteer-run dog park is located on a 3+ acre property with everything you need to take your pup out and have a great time. From benches to separate play areas, there's something for everyone here.
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