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Dog Walking in Provincetown

Located on the northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Provincetown is one of the most historically significant cities in the United States. This seaside town was the landing spot of the Mayflower ship in 1620, and much of the town is designed to commemorate this pilgrimage. Provincetown has a year-round population of just under 3,000 people, but it attracts many visitors each year and has a lot to do and see to keep everyone busy and entertained. There are also a few veterinary offices in Provincetown proper, but you will find many more in the surrounding areas.

One of several can't-miss stops in Provincetown is Far Land Provisions, a delicatessen-style eatery in downtown Provincetown. It's one of many dog-friendly places in Provincetown that gives you a taste of the town's history while also giving you a taste of the local cuisine! They serve up delicious sandwiches on freshly-baked bread along with bakery and breakfast fare. Your dog is welcome to join while you eat at one of their dog-friendly rocking chairs. This town has a lot to offer both pets and their humans, whether you're exploring the seaside together or sitting down to a freshly prepared meal with your best friend by your side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Provincetown

National Seashore

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Population Density
2,964 per sq. mi.

National Seashore

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The northern, Atlantic-side shoreline of Provincetown is home to a beach known as Race Point Beach, and this section of the National Seashore is known for not only being a beautiful beach, but also one of the best places to watch the sunrise in the world. There are incredible sand dunes that your dog will love to explore with you, and along the way, you'll come across a nice assortment of rocks and pebbles, and you'll likely see crabs and other creatures as well. There are also many bike paths surrounding Race Point Beach so you can enjoy the Seashore views from two wheels, as well.

Herring Cove

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Population Density
306 per sq. mi.

Herring Cove

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The entire Cape Cod National shoreline has been designated as a National Park, and the Herring Cove portion in Provincetown is a busy and beautiful place that shows off some of the most beautiful parts of the Cape. Herring Cove Beach is a serene beach at the end of Cape Cod that while popular with locals and tourists, it maintains a quiet and peaceful vibe. Your dog is welcome to join you at this beach if he's on a leash, and you can both explore miles of one of the most beautiful beaches in the world together. There are several restrooms, food, drinks, showers, and easy parking along Herring Cove which makes it a convenient place to spend a dog with your dog.

Central Provincetown

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,144 per sq. mi.

Central Provincetown

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Central Provincetown is a hub of activity in the town, and there are several restaurants, hotels, galleries, and other places to see throughout the area. This area is popular for dog owners as this is where you'll find Provincetown's sole dog park. Pilgrim Park Bark is an off-leash dog park set on an acre of land. It has sections for dogs under 25 pounds as well as a general section for dogs of all sizes. Throughout the park, you will also find a mix of sculptures and structures that local artists have generously donated. The park also has poop bag stations, a giant dog house, and three fire hydrants at the entrance.

Whaler's Wharf

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Population Density
2,925 per sq. mi.

Whaler's Wharf

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Whaler's Wharf is a historical and bustling area of Provincetown known for its market which is home to many little shops and restaurants. Many of the businesses in Whaler's Wharf offer excellent ocean views, and it isn't uncommon to see whales in this area. When you visit Whaler's Wharf with your dog, be sure to stop at JD's. This fun restaurant serves up fresh seafood, thirst-quenching beer, burgers, and pizzas, and the best part? It's dog-friendly! Your pooch is welcome to join you at one of their tables on their patio/deck area overlooking vibrant Commercial Street.

West End

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Population Density
784 per sq. mi.

West End

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In 1911, a breakwater was built in Provincetown to protect the harbor from the dune sand's shifting. This breakwater is a focal point of Provincetown's West End, an area with incredible beach views and activities. The Breakwater Walk allows you to take a one to two hour walk across the harbor where the water has receded. Fido can join you for this walk provided he is on a leash, but keep in mind this can be a slippery walk as you cross over boulders and gaps in the rocks. Along the way, you'll likely come across whale watchers and stunning views of the Long Point Lighthouse!