Brunswick is located in in Cumberland County in southern Maine. If you find yourself in Brunswick along with your beloved pet and need pet-friendly accommodation, you'll be spoiled for choice here. Choose between Artists Guesthouse, The Daniel, Thomas Point Beach Park & Campground, Rodeway Inn & Suites Brunswick or Brunswick Airbnb Rentals. The weight limits and pet fees are different at each place, so you should check them prior to booking.
Brunswick is a very pet-friendly place, so there are a lot of restaurants and cafes that allow dogs. Some of them include Joshua's Tavern, Cameron's Lobster House, Brunswick Diner, Wild Oats Bakery & Cafe, Byrnes Irish Pub II, Bombay Mahal and many more!
If you need veterinary care while you're here, you can choose from one of three veterinarians, which provide both emergency treatment and routine care.
If you want to take a walk in Brunswick, you should go to North Park, where dogs are welcome on leash. Another place that you can visit is the Princess Ledges Nature Preserve. You must also visit Eartha, which is the world's largest rotating and revolving globe! Dogs are not allowed in the museum, unfortunately.
Just 9 miles from Brunswick, you'll find another great place to you can visit with your dog: South End Park, which is located in a town called Bath. Dogs are allowed to be off-leash at this 11-acre park. The park provides waste bags and tools for cleaning up, and it has a designated parking lot. South End Park is opened all year. Dog have to be under voice control and be well behaved when off-leash. The park has well-maintained grass which is nice and soft on your pup's paws. There is also a river where doggos can take a dip and cool off, so be sure to pack a towel!
Robin's Garden & Dog Park is about 21 miles from Brunswick. You can find this fenced park in Lewinston on Main St/Merrill Rd. This park is a beautiful off-leash park where dogs are welcome to play! There are two separate areas: one for small dogs under 30 lbs and another one for large dogs over 30 lbs. The park includes gazebos and chairs in each separate area. There are poop bags and trash stations for cleaning up and water bowls for the thirsty pups. You should bring your own water to the park, though.