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Dog Areas in Presque Isle

7 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

The City of Presque Isle, nicknamed The Star City, is a bustling hub of activity in the heart of Aroostook County in northeastern Maine. Enjoy its pawtastic parks, trails, campgrounds, and more! You and your woofer will have a great time exploring Presque Isle during any season! Plus, two well-trained and friendly veterinarians are in town to assist with your pooch's health needs.

The best way to explore a city is on paw or on bike! Jump into the local scene by taking a walk or bike ride along the 4-mile pathway that makes up The Presque Isle Bike Path. This pup-friendly path passes through the City of Presque Isle, giving you and your pup a safe place to explore while discovering the city's best sights! The terrain is mainly flat with a slight slope which is accessible year-round due to snow plows in the winter. Pups should be kept on-leash while on the path.

While in town, stop by the Veterans Park located on Main Street to enjoy a large grassy space with benches overlooking the flowing Presque Isle Stream. A permanent display of monuments and missiles are on display to commemorate local Veterans. 

The wooftastic City of Presque Isle offers fun for all, any time of the year! But why wait? Visit now with your explorer pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Presque Isle

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    Population Density 2,594/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Presque Isle


    The Downtown Presque Isle neighborhood is teeming with activity, which you and your pup can observe and enjoy in the Riverside Bicentennial Park, located on the banks of the Presque Isle Stream. This park is ruff-ly 4.4 acres of green parkland, plus an additional 9 acres of developed land makes up Bishop's Island. Bicentennial Park offers you and your pup a multi-use recreational space to enjoy at your pace. The park features a wooftastic Bike-Walk Path which connects Bicentennial Park with other parts of Presque Isle. Other park features include a playground, a rest shelter, a building for special events, a swing bench, picnic tables, and more! 

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    Population Density 3,381/sq mi

    #2 Central South Presque Isle


    The Central South neighborhood is one of the most pawpular places to visit while in Presque Isle, thanks to the woofderful Mantle Lake Park! Mantle Lake Park is a beautiful and vast 46-acre park boasting a variety of outdoor activities to enjoy with your pup and furiends! If your pooch is into exercising, the park features three tennis courts, an expansive system of walking trails, and a 2-acre grassy play area. The kiddos will enjoy the swings and playground equipment, plus there are large picnic tables for you and your family to make use of and enjoy! Remember to keep Fido on-leash while enjoying the park's activities and while hiking the trails! 

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    Population Density 93/sq mi

    #3 Parkhurst


    Fancying a camping trip with your pup? Presque Isle's Parkhurst neighborhood has just what you're woofing for. The Arndt's Aroostook Campground in Parkhurst welcomes you and your pooch to discover northern Maine during any time of the year. With miles of trails for ATV, walking, and hiking, you and your pup can explore on foot greater Presque Isle! Not to mention, the campground is equipped with deluxe and remote cabins, to match any type of adventurer. There is also canoe and kayak rentals, plus fishing, hunting, and playground activities and a pool for kids to enjoy. Folks from all over come to enjoy the outdoors with their canine at the Arndt's Aroostook River Lodge & Campground! 

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    Population Density 86/sq mi

    #4 Spragueville

    Spragueville is a wooftacular neighborhood in Presque Isle, thanks to its historical significance. Here in the Spragueville neighborhood lies the Double Eagle II Balloon Site & Park where you can observe the exact location where the famous hot-air balloon first took off for its transatlantic journey to France in 1978. You and your pup are welcome to observe the commemorative statue and roam the grounds on-leash, or sit and enjoy the view from a cozy park bench! The Spragueville neighborhood also boasts the dog-friendly Neil E. Michaud Campground. Set on quiet grounds, this family-run campground is the pawfect location to stay overnight while in the Spragueville neighborhood.
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    Population Density 214/sq mi

    #5 South Presque Isle

    Whether for a day hike, a family picnic, or a weekend, the South Presque Isle neighborhood offers you to enjoy one or enjoy it all with a visit to Maine's first state park, The Aroostook State Park. Pups and their owners will go wild at the beauty of this state park, which expands over 800 acres and encompasses the twin peaks of Quaggy Jo Mountain and the shores of Echo Lake. Miles of hikes lead you to look out points from Quaggy Jo Mountain, which you can enjoy on-leash with your pooch! Otherwise, take a seat on the grassy shoreline of Echo Lake to enjoy a picnic with tables, grills, and more!
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