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Dog Areas in Gorham

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With the area’s natural beauty, it’s easy to see why settlers decided to stay in Gorham in the 1700s. This Portland suburb is a dream destination for hiking enthusiasts. The area is home to several scenic trails that you and your leashed pup will love exploring. In the event that your pup needs to visit a vet, Gorham has three animal clinics to make sure your pooch stays healthy.

An especially pawsome path is the Hawkes Preserve Trail, a one-mile loop with views of the Preumpscot River. There’s lots to see and sniff among the shade of the hemlock trees! The trailhead has a non-motorized boat launch where you and your paddling pup can take advantage of some time on the water, too.

Cummings Preserve Trail is another woofderful spot for a walk with your leashed dog! The one-mile trail starts at the Dundee Dam and meanders on an embankment next to an old canal. You and Fido can take in beautiful water views and even peek down to the foamy waters below the dam!

Sebago Brewing Company is a woofderful spot for food and drinks in Gorham. You can enjoy brewpub favorites like burgers, tacos or calamari with your pup by your side on the fur-iendly patio.

With puptacular trails and other pet-friendly amenities, tails are always wagging in Gorham!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gorham

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    Population Density 219/sq mi

    #1 Little Falls

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    With so many pawsome trails to pick from in the Little Falls neighborhood, you and your pup may have to make several trips to the area to see them all! The serene Little River Preserve Trail is a one-mile path that meanders around 28 acres of forest and near the beautiful, slow waters of the Little River. It’s a woofderful place for dog walking! Frog Hollow Preserve Trail is a similar, but a shorter there-and-back trail through woods that lead to a creek. Shaw Park offers access to the Maine Mountain Division Trail, while the Sebago to the Sea Trail is other great area to have an adventure with Fido! This neighborhood is also home to the Cummings Preserve Trail.
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    Population Density 570/sq mi

    #2 Gorham Town Center

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    In the mood for a picnic in the park? Visit Gorham’s Town Center neighborhood! The area is home to Robie Park, a wooferful neighborhood hangout with grassy areas, perfect for spreading out a blanket and enjoying a snack with your leashed pup. The park also has a playground and a basketball court. Gorham’s Town Center neighborhood also has some pawsome hiking trails, like the Tannery Brooke Preserve Trails. Check out the half-mile Trunk Line Trail for a stroll through the peaceful hardwood forest. In all, there’s almost two miles of trails at this green space. Leashed dogs are also welcome with their humans on the nearby Meadowland Preserve Trail and the Frazier Preserve Trail.
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    Population Density 1,018/sq mi

    #3 Riverton

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    Craving an off-leash hike? Head to the Riverton neighborhood. This west Portland neighborhood is only seven miles from Gorham and is home to the Riverton Trolley Park, where dogs are allowed off-leash on the park’s nature trail. This trail meanders through a beautiful forest and a lovely meadow where you and your pup can romp and play to your hearts are content. Before you unclip the leash, be aware that this area is unfenced. Biking, in-line skating and snowshoeing are also pawpular activities in the park. After your adventure in the park, check out the nearby Allagash Brewing Company for a fur-iendly bite to eat on the brewpub’s delightful patio.
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    Population Density 1,890/sq mi

    #4 Willard Beach

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    If your dog loves a good romp on a sandy beach, visit South Portland’s Willard Beach neighborhood! About 13 miles from Gorham, this area’s namesake beach is pawpular among local and visiting pooches and their people. Dogs under voice control are welcome off-leash at this woofderful shoreline anytime in the winter. In the summer, pets are welcome between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m., and 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Willard Beach is a fun place for socializing, and perfect for games of fetch. Watching your dog swim in the ocean and play in the sand is a furrific way to start and end a beautiful summer’s day.
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    Population Density 2,811/sq mi

    #5 East Deering

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    Discover dog park paradise in Portland’s East Deering neighborhood! Just 15 miles from Gorham, the neighborhood’s Quarry Run Dog Park has 10 pawsome acres of fully fenced-in space where your four-legged friend can roam free and play! The off-leash area has a 1.5-mile trail that meanders through woods and open fields, beautiful flowers in the spring, and spectacular foliage in the fall. There’s a large covered seating area where humans can socialize while their pups do the same with new furry friends, plus a separate small dog area. The dog park is open year-round and is a puptacular spot to take snow-loving dogs to play in the winter! Bring your own cleanup bags and drinking water.
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