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Dog Areas in Bar Harbor

1 Park
1 Trail
3 Shops
28 Eateries

A relatively small town in Maine, Bar Harbor doesn’t let its size determine the excitement packed into the area. With scenic views and brisk weather that makes a walk with your dear doggy just divine, it’s easy to see why dog lovers would choose this location, be it for a short time or permanently. 

If their canine companions had their choice, they’d probably choose to live in the pristine area as well! Featuring 28 dog-friendly restaurants to choose from with any number of culinary options, as well as three pet friendly stores, one dog trail, and a dog park, this small area is jam packed with things to do with your dog! 

That’s not even to mention the three dog-friendly tours you can browse with your barking baby. One of these tours, the Acadian Nature Cruise, features the Acadian cruise ship which houses a heated cabin and is the perfect location to take in the multitude of wildlife along Frenchman Bay. It’s advised that you and your darling dog dress nice and warm, in spite of the heated cabin -- you won’t want to miss any of the action on deck. Bring along your sense of adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bar Harbor

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    Population Density 123/sq mi

    #1 Firefly Lane

    If you find yourself along Firefly Lane, you’d be doggone crazy to miss out on the Island Explorer Tour. This furrific tour features a shuttle bus that will carry you and you canine companion all across, as you might have guessed, the entirety of the island. Stopping at all the most popular spots, you and your leashed pup can relax and enjoy the trip without all the hassle of loading up the car and driving yourself! Keep nice and cozy in this brisk area, and let your bus driver take the lead as you and your daring doggy go out on a daily adventure.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 123/sq mi

    #2 Peabody Drive

    A pitter patter of your pup’s paws away, you’ll find Peabody Drive. In this scenic location, you can begin to make your way to the Little Long Pond Leash-Free area. Though the location is not fenced in, if your dog is particularly obedient when it comes to voice commands and recalls, it can’t be missed. Your dog will be able to splash and play, all without the restraint of that pesky leash of theirs. Just be sure to bring fresh drinking water for you and pup, because that pond water isn’t good for puppy’s tummy! Doggy waste bags are a definite must as well.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 123/sq mi

    #3 Main Street

    Moseying on over to Main Street is a decision that your marvelous mutt will thank you for! Here, you’ll find a small specialty pet boutique by the name of Bark Harbor. This little store carries a number of delicious treats, designer outfits, and adorable leashes and collars. Let your diva doggy drop in and choose their new wardrobe, and definitely pick up some of those lobster print collars, leashes, and outfits that the shop is well-known for. After all, what is a trip to Maine without some delicious seafood? If pup can’t chow down on some real lobster, they’ll just have to look cute dressed in some.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 123/sq mi

    #4 Albert Meadow

    A must-see on your doggy to-do list should be making your way in the direction of Albert Meadow, where you’ll find the Margaret Todd Windjammer Cruises. Offering three sailing times through the day, you have your choice of atmosphere when you choose this tour. The morning tends to be more laid-back, with most of the excitement happening in the afternoon and just when the sun sets. A romantic backdrop for you and your partner, live folk music accompanies the latest sailing time. What’s a romantic getaway without your best pal to serve as wingman, though? Or maybe you’re just looking to see the sights. You do you.
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    Population Density 123/sq mi

    #5 Visitor Center Road

    Last but definitely not least on your list of doggy destinations in Bar Harbor is Visitor Center Road. Although the name doesn’t howl excitement, this is where you’ll find the entrance to Acadia National Park. Your pup is allowed to join you at just about any location for just about any activity at this park, as long as they’re kept on their leash. Maybe you and your pup can spend the day hiking the many scenic paths, or taking advantage of the numerous water features to fish, or even kayaking. If you want to hop a carriage ride, your pup is welcome to join you there, as well!
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