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Dog Areas in Raymond, ME

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The town of Raymond in Cumberland County, Maine has a population of just over 4,000 people, and during the summer, that population swells with visitors. People come from far and wide to enjoy the town's three beaches, two lakes, five ponds, and two boat launches. When it comes to summer vacation destinations, it's hard to beat Raymond! But there are activities to enjoy all year long in Raymond, as well as a variety of businesses, restaurants, and other amenities. One of the town's most popular attractions is the childhood home of author Nathaniel Hawthorne, and it is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

When it comes to dog-friendly activities in Raymond, you've still got a few great options even though there isn't an off-leash park in town. One spot you won't want to miss is Fisherman's Catch on Roosevelt Trail. This restaurant is run by a husband and wife team, and their dishes consist of some of the freshest seafood you'll ever eat! There's a large outdoor seating area at Fisherman's Catch so your dog can relax at your side while you eat. Once you're done with your delicious meal, it's time for you and your pup to head to a nearby off-leash park!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Raymond, ME

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    Population Density 3,914/sq mi

    #1 East Deering

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    The area of Portland, Maine known as East Deering is only 20 miles from Raymond, and this neighborhood is also where you'll find the Quarry Run Dog Park. Many visitors say this seven-acre off-leash park is the best dog park they've ever been to, and it's not hard to see why! There's a separate small dog area in addition to a general area for all dogs, and the park is surrounded by miles of trails for you to trek with your dog while they're on a leash. Visitors often fill up the bowls scattered throughout the off-leash area, but make sure to bring your own bowl and water just in case.
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    Population Density 5,234/sq mi

    #2 Valley Neighborhood

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    Portland is home to another pawfect dog park, and this one is just over 20 miles from Raymond in the neighborhood known as Valley. The Valley Street Dog Park is a large fenced space for dogs to run and play, and there are water stations and waste disposal supplies available as well. If your dog requires a separate small dog area, you'll want to visit another park because this park doesn't have separate enclosures for dogs of different sizes. Visitors love how friendly and welcoming the regulars are at Valley Street Dog Park, and you and your dog will get a kick out of the decorative fire hydrants, too!
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    Population Density 10,958/sq mi

    #3 East End

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    Yet another dog park in Portland you won't want to miss is 22 miles from Raymond in an area known as East End. The Eastern Promenade Park Off-Leash Area is a designated space within Eastern Promenade Park where dogs can race around free of restraint, but the area isn't fenced. In addition to this off-leash area, dogs are also allowed off-leash at the East End Beach and the Northwest Shore. The rest of the Eastern Promenade Park is also dog-friendly, but not off-leash. Some of the other features of the park are playgrounds, sports fields, and multi-use trails. You'll also see lots of visitors enjoying activities like kite-flying, picnicking, and sledding.
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    Population Density 1,013/sq mi

    #4 Montello and Main

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    Lewiston is the second largest city in Maine, and the northwestern edge of the city is just over 20 miles from Raymond. The neighborhood of Montello and Main is where you'll find Robin's Garden and Dog Park, a beautiful off-leash space located next to an animal shelter and clinic. This spacious park includes separate enclosures for big and small dogs, and the entrance is double-gated to prevent any escape artists from making a break for it. There are a few gazebos and chairs in the park, as well as water bowls and waste disposal supplies. While the water bowls are often full, bring your own water supply just in case.
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    Population Density 4,288/sq mi

    #5 Ferry Village

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    Ferry Village is a small but popular community in South Portland, and it's about 24 miles from Raymond. There's a variety of housing options in the area, from 150-year old homes to newly constructed buildings, as well as businesses, shops, and restaurants. You can also visit Bug Light Park, an 8.78-acre park that offers visitors stunning views of Maine. Throughout the year, Bug Light Park hosts several events, from Fourth of July celebrations to kite festivals and summer movie nights. Your dog is welcome in all areas of Bug Light Park on a leash, but there is also a designated off-leash area for Fido, and it has beach access, too!
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