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Dog Areas in Berwick, ME

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2 Eateries

In the southern part of Maine, situated near the Salmon Falls River in York County, lies the city of Berwick. While not a terribly busy city by any means, it still manages to be large enough to remain an exciting location for you and Fido to visit on your doggy day trip. 

It may seem to be settled very nearly in the middle of nowhere, but there are numerous things to do in the city to keep you and your pup occupied -- for example, there are several dog-friendly restaurants as well as a dog park. The dog park, Berwick Bark Park, is a perfect location to stop in at while taking your canine companion out for a day on the town. The park contains two fenced-in play areas: one for large dogs and one for smaller breeds. There are plenty of shade trees for you to settle under and enjoy the latest app that’s all the rage on your phone. Just bring a ball or frisbee to toss around for your pup, and feel free to stop into the nearby concession area once you’re done with your day of fun. It’s just adjacent, and serves a number of goodies.

You and Spot will pawsitively love everything Berwick has to offer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Berwick, ME

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 112/sq mi

    #1 Central North Berwick

    Hustle over to Central North Berwick, a short distance from Berwick proper. If you’re looking for some of the delicious seafood platters that you would expect from a city like Maine, or even a nice hunk of beef to sink your teeth into, you and your pup definitely need to stop here! You’ll have your choice of baked or fried entrees, with delicious seafood options such as scallops or clam strips. Best yet, your furry friend will be welcome to join you on the outdoor deck. Just be sure to bring some drinking water, and maybe a treat or two.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #2 Rye Beach

    Next stop is across state lines, in New Hampshire. Don’t let the cross-state adventure intimidate you -- it’s only a short ride away and is well worth the drive. This is where you’ll find Jenness Beach, a lovely location that allows dogs to pay a visit during the allotted hours. Do note that you will need to avoid the state park area of the beach, as dogs are not permitted there at any time. However, if you keep your precious pup where you’re supposed to be, you’re sure to have a grand old time throwing a tennis ball and having fun!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 512/sq mi

    #3 East Kittery Point

    If you’re looking for another dog-friendly beach to let your pal get their paws nice and wet, make your way to Kittery Point, back in Maine. This area is home to Seapoint Beach, a rocky yet pet-friendly beach where your dog is welcome to join you during any of the designated dog-friendly hours. Toss a frisbee around and let your pup dip their toes in the tide, and you’ll have a blast! Just bring plenty of clean drinking water, as well as doggy waste bags to take care of any messy mishaps that happen to take place during your stay.
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    Population Density 148/sq mi

    #4 Wells Beach

    Now make your way to Wells Beach, located in… well, the neighborhood of Wells Beach. This is a 2.5-mile stretch of beach where your dog is free to walk alongside you, as long as they’re on their trusty leash. Go for a nice evening jog with your pup pal and watch the sunset, or even settle in to simply chill your night away. Be prepared to clean up after your dog, as always, and be sure to bring plenty of fresh drinking water. You’ll want to keep both you and your furry friend hydrated on this particular outing.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,123/sq mi

    #5 Long Hill Road

    Last but not least by any means, pitter patter your pup’s paws over to Longhill Road, home of Longhill Dog Park. A scenic location in New Hampshire, your dog will be free to have plenty of off leash fun once they’re in the park proper. The locals are known to be friendly, as well as having friendly dogs for your canine companion to socialize with. You’ll want to bring plenty of doggy waste bags, as well as some fresh drinking water. Additionally, you might want to bring a toy to keep your pup occupied, and maybe even some treats to share with the others!
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