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Dog Areas in Kittery Point

Maine is one of the most beautiful and historical states in America, and Kittery Point, Maine is proof of that! This small town was first settled back in the 1600s, and its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean quickly made it a popular trading post for fishers and hunters. Today, Kittery Point is known for being the perfect place for a relaxing summer getaway, and there are no shortages of beaches to kick back on here. There are many beautiful paths to walk along with your dog, trails for them to explore, and beaches for you to play on with them which makes Kittery Point an excellent place for dogs and dog owners to live.

If you're in Kittery Point, make sure Seapoint Beach is high on your list of things to do! From June 15th to September 10th, dogs aren't allowed on the beach between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM, but before or after those hours, or any time of day during the rest of the year, dogs are welcome. This spacious beach is peaceful and quiet and the perfect place to let your dog burn off some steam while you walk in the soft sand watch the rolling waves that are such a special part of Kittery Point.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kittery Point

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    Population Density 283/sq mi

    #1 Gerrish Island

    Gerrish Island is part of Kittery Point, and this stunning island is where you will find Fort Foster Park. This park has three sandy beaches, several walking trails, picnic spots, and historic military fortifications. Dogs are allowed on leash on Gerrish Island and exploring Fort Foster. There is so much for families to do here, whether it's spending a day at the beach, having a picnic, or taking in stunning views of Portsmouth Harbor. If you're in Maine, you won't want to miss this dog-friendly spot where you're sure to make memories that will last a lifetime!
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    Population Density 5,318/sq mi

    #2 Jenness Beach

    Rye, New Hampshire is less than a 30-minute drive from Kittery Point, and it is worth making the drive to visit Jenness Beach. Part of the beach (the spot in front of the parking lot) is a state beach and dogs aren't allowed here, but the surrounding beach is the property of the town and dogs under good control are allowed here. There are great restaurants nearby as well as surf shops to accommodate the surfers who love the waves at Jenness Beach. This beach can be quite busy depending on when you go, but the visitors are known for being friendly, and both you and your dog will love Jenness Beach!
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    Population Density 1,049/sq mi

    #3 South Mill Pond

    There's a great dog park that less than a 15-minute drive from Kittery Point in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The South Mill Pond Dog Park has a double-gated entry system to ensure your dog doesn't get away. Along with the fenced off-leash area, there is also a surrounding off-leash area without a fence for dogs who are under voice control. South Mill Pond Dog Park also offers water from a cute fire hydrant and hose along with water bowls for thirsty pets. Don't miss out on visiting the South Mill Pond Dog Park -- your dog will thank you!
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    Population Density 3,797/sq mi

    #4 Long Hill Road

    The Longhill Dog Park is only a 29-minute drive from Kittery Point in Dover, New Hampshire, and it's a must-see spot for you and your dog! This large, fenced park has separate areas for different sized dogs, as well as drinking water, bowls, ropes and toys, and even a doggy pool in the summer. The park has only been around since 2009, but it has quickly become a staple in the neighborhood for friendly dogs and their owners to socialize and exercise in a safe and fun environment. If you're in Kittery Point, this short drive is definitely worth a fun day at the Longhill Dog Park.
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    Population Density 286/sq mi

    #5 Wells Beach

    There is another dog-friendly spot only half an hour away from Kittery Point that is undoubtedly worth the trip for both you and your four-legged best friend. Wells Beach in Wells, Maine is a 2.5-mile stretch of beach that welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash. This peaceful beach has soft sand and rolling waves that are as fun to play in as they are nice to look at. Visitors also love how clean the beach is! If you are in the mood for some delicious seafood after your trip to the beach with your dog, there are many restaurants nearby serving freshly caught lobster and other goodies.
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