Dog Walkers in Cumberland, ME

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Dog Areas in Cumberland, ME

The town of Cumberland, Maine was originally part of North Yarmouth. In 1821, however, the area's residents decided they wanted to break off from North Yarmouth and do their own thing. Cumberland is sometimes referred to as "Cumberland Center." Cumberland is home to the Cumberland Fair, which is one of the biggest agricultural fairs in Maine. If the size of the fair doesn't seem impressive, its age might. Without fail, the fair has been held every September since 1868! Cumberland is also home to a few notable people. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Matt Apuzzo calls the town his home.

When it comes to your dog, Cumberland isn't the most Fido-friendly place. There are no dog parks, and there are also no dog-friendly restaurants. You need not worry, though! The large city of Portland is just a little over ten miles up the road, so you won't have to venture too far to have a fun time with your pup. Cumberland does have a few veterinarian clinics, as well, so should you need care for a sick or injured pet, help is right in town. 

Cumberland, Maine is a beautiful small town with a lot of charm, and considering its close proximity to Portland, it's sure to be a walk in the park for you and Fido!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cumberland, ME

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    Population Density 2,741/sq mi

    #1 North Central Deering

    If you want to give your dog the opportunity to run around off-leash, Quarry Run Dog Park in North Central Deering can't be beat! This bark park spans seven acres, meaning your dog will run out of energy before running out of room. The park does have a separate area for smaller dogs, so you needn't worry about your small pup accidentally getting bumped by an excited, larger dog. You'll want to bring along your own water for your dog, and you'll also need to bring along waste bags for cleaning up after them. This park is about 11 miles from Cumberland.
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    Population Density 5,834/sq mi

    #2 Deering Junction

    Jack School Dog Run got its name from its location; it's located behind a school! This pupular dog park has room for your dog to run around off-leash and get in his daily exercise. They'll pawbably even make some new friends! It's important to know that this dog run is not fenced-in. If your dog doesn't listen when they're called or enjoys trying to pull a "Houndini" and escape, Jack School Dog Run might not be the best option for you and your dog. Please use your best judgment. You'll also want to bring along your own waste bags to use.
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    Population Density 2,784/sq mi

    #3 Rosemont

    Capisic Pond Park isn't technically a dog park, but it could pass for one! This park is about 13 miles from Cumberland. In the park, a trail runs beside the pond -- which is much larger than your usual pond -- allowing both you and Fido to take in a beautiful view while getting some exercise. Your pooch is allowed to wander around off-leash, but you'll want to keep in mind that there isn't a fence around the park. Staff for the park reserves the right to ask you to leave if your dog doesn't listen to you. Remember to bring plenty of water for your hike!
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    Population Density 5,834/sq mi

    #4 East End

    Does your dog love doing the doggie paddle? If so, take them to Eastern Promenade Park's off-leash area, which is located on the shores of Portland. It's about ten miles from Cumberland. Your pup can go for a quick swim in the waves at the park, but it's advised they stay on their leash while doing so. Safety first! This park is not fenced-in. Your dog is welcome to join you outside of the off-leash area, but when they're in the regular section of Promenade Park, they will need to say on-leash. We can practically hear your pup barking in excitement!
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    Population Density 2,784/sq mi

    #5 West End

    A small dog park isn't always a bad thing, and that's proven by Valley Street Dog Park! This bark park is a 20-minute drive from Cumberland. As the park is so small, it's a great place to practice letting your pup socialize with his own species. Shaded seating is provided for dog moms and dads. Locals do warn that this park can get very, very muddy after it rains, so you might want to bring along a spare towel or two if you plan to visit soon after a storm. Fresh, running water is provided for your dog, as well.
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