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Dog Areas in Auburn, ME

9 Parks
2 Trails
15 Shops
7 Eateries
8 Groomers

Auburn in Maine is a small town that provides some of the best scenes around. From the gorgeous views of Mt. Apatite to the roaring rapids of the Androscoggin River, there's no better postcard landscape. Thanks to all the natural beauty around town, the area has designated plenty of outdoor places for its two-legged and four-legged residents.

Mt. Apatite is a small mountain, but provides a large area and different ponds for you and your pup to explore. The area is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and is known for the miles of different trails that extend throughout and along the ponds. There's also access points for swimming for humans and pups. It's one of the best places to explore nature with Fido, and has great amenities like trash bins, clean-up stations, and benches near the parking area.

If you're looking for a short, but pretty walk, head to the Auburn Riverwalk. The 1.2-mile trail is made of asphalt, with scenic views of the Androscoggin River, water fountains, benches, and trash bins along the path.

There's also two animal hospitals, and acres upon acres of land for you and Fido to explore in Auburn.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Auburn, ME

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    Population Density 6,974/sq mi

    #1 Central Auburn


    Central Auburn can get pretty busy, from bustling streets to active shopping centers. Despite the heavy traffic, Moulton Park still provides a quiet and serene place for you and Fido to enjoy a relaxing walk next to the river. With gorgeous views of the soothing rapids, the park has access to the river for fishing and swimming, and also includes a large open area that's surrounded by dense trees. Your pup must remain on a leash, but can also enjoy water fountains, a clean-up station, trash bins, and benches. For visitors staying in the neighborhood, the Munroe Inn provides old-timey rooms that are pet-friendly to any number and size of dogs for a small fee.

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    Population Density 4,315/sq mi

    #2 Stevens Mill

    Stevens Mill is a quiet neighborhood in the northern part of the city, filled with residential homes and thickly-packed woods. Dog walkers can enjoy places like Pettingill Park, with two baseball fields and .5 miles of paved trails. It's a great place to roam around and get a quick walk in a quiet place, with amenities like water fountains, trash bins, and benches. For something a bit more open, head to Chestnut Street Park, which provides open spaces surrounded by trees with plenty of privacy and shade. The area is a great choice for letting Fido run around and play with enjoying the comforts of a safe, small park.
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    Population Density 4,425/sq mi

    #3 New Auburn

    New Auburn has some of the newest developments in the city, with rows upon rows of residential homes. The packed space still provides a small retreat for dog walkers in Raymond Park. This park has a perimeter path  with a grassy terrain, a playground, and benches. Dogs must remain on a leash at all times, but can also enjoy water fountains and trash bins. The small park is a good place to stop, but for a longer walk you should skip on over to the Barker Mill Trail. This small path is .5 miles long, and composed of dirt, forest floor, and boardwalk bog bridging that follows along the Androscoggin River.
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    Population Density 713/sq mi

    #4 Haskell Corner

    The Haskell Corner neighborhood is not in any corner, but actually in the densely forested part of the city along the western edge. Among the thick woods is Garfield Road Park. This park is a small recreational area with a baseball field, paved trails and dirt trails leading into the surrounding woods. With water, trash bins, and benches, it's no wonder the place is such a favorite place among humans and pups. Plus right next door is the Auburn Suburban Field, with plenty of extra open space, baseball fields, and soccer fields open to leashed pups to use and run around on to get some exercise.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,198/sq mi

    #5 East Lewiston

    East Lewiston is a small neighborhood in the town of Lewiston, only 1.2 miles away from Auburn. This bordering town offers residents and visitors the Robin's Garden & Dog Park. Inside the park, you'll find a completely fenced-in area for off-leash play, with separated spaces for large dogs and small dogs, clean-up bags, water fountains, and double gated entrances. The park is completely surrounded by beautiful gardens of domestic and wildflowers, with picnic benches and a gazebo set up to enjoy a nice day out with your pup among the flowers with nice views of the river and surrounding neighborhood.
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