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Dog Areas in North Andover

13 Parks
4 Trails
14 Shops
16 Eateries
4 Groomers

North Andover, Massachusetts used to be part of Andover. Then, the new church went up in the 1700s. The parish was divided. At first, it wasn't really a big deal, but then the fighting ensued, so the parish was divided into North and South. Both Andover and North Andover have thrived since the 1700s.

This sleepy little town is believed to be the final resting place of Anne Bradstreet, famous 17th-century American poet. She died here at the age of 60, and, although the location of her grave has yet to be confirmed, she is thought to be buried at the Old Burying Ground. Perhaps you and your (leashed) pooch should take a stroll among the grounds to sniff out this mystery for yourselves!

North Andover also has another unique place for you and your dog to visit: a maple syrup farm! It's only open seasonally, but when it is open, it is an experience to remember. You can call ahead a book a kid-friendly -- and dog-friendly! -- tour to see the step-by-step process of making maple syrup. Afterward, stop by the store to grab a bottle of fresh maple syrup straight from the source.

If you're looking for an adventure that's a little more active, or if you've had your fill of sugary goodness at the maple syrup farm, check out the Bay Circuit Trail. The entire trail network stretches for 200 miles throughout Massachusetts. You can find a trailhead at the Ward Reservation in North Andover. Be sure to bring water and waste baggies with you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Andover

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,043/sq mi

    #1 Middleton Road

    Harold Parker State Forest features over thirty miles of trail for you and your dog to run. Come and explore the great outdoors in this natural area. It is mostly untouched by humans, which means you get a nice quiet spot to escape to. With eleven ponds, you are sure to find your new favorite fishing spot or swimming hole. The best part is that it is open all year long, which means you can even ice skate when the pond freezes over. Come and spend the weekend, or the day, it is all up to you!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,043/sq mi

    #2 Historic District

    Smolak Farms Ice Cream Stand is just the right spot to enjoy ice cream because it is located in a historic home that is over three centuries old. The best part is that you can get all of your favorite flavors of ice cream, or you can try something completely unique. The locals love the Cappuccino Donut Fudge Swirl. Yum...we're drooling just thinking about it! The s'mores are pretty good too. Your dog can join you for ice cream if you don't mind sitting on the patio. Just make sure that you have a leash and that your dog can handle crowds.
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    Population Density 1,043/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

    Baystate Chowder has all your favorite New England comfort foods just waiting for you to come and chowder down. (See what we did there?) Grab a warm bowl of clam chowder made fresh every single day. You could grab a lobster roll if you want something that's easier to eat on the go. The best part is that all you need to do is walk up to the patio with your dog and the waitress will come right out and greet you. Dogs are always welcome as long as they are friendly and on a leash. This is a friendly, feel-good place that's the pawfect lunch destination on a cold day.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,043/sq mi

    #4 Main Street

    Sure, everyone loves pizza -- and dogs certainly aren't an exception! There's something mouthwatering about the way that the cheese stretches when you lift up the slice. But, if you come on over to House of Pizza, you will find so much more than just pizza. Delight in crave-worthy foods like chicken babobs or classic calzones. The steak tips have just the right amount of glaze to keep them tender and delicious. Bring your dog over and get a burger for you both. Just be sure to bring a leash and water bowl with you while you share a slice at the outdoor seating area.
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    Population Density 1,425/sq mi

    #5 Nahant Bay

    Nahant Doggie Beach is about twenty miles from North Andover. There is so much to love about this dog beach that you will be coming back to visit often. First, and most importantly, you can let your dog off of his leash and just let him run in the sand with you. Take your time and splash through the water. You'll almost always find other dogs for your pup to socialize with here. You might even make friends with some of the local pet parents! The opportunities are endless, which is what makes this beach a local favorite for dog lovers.
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