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Dog Areas in South Casco

Located in Cumberland County, South Casco is an unincorporated village within the larger city of Casco in Maine. A small and hidden gem that could almost be considered in the middle of nowhere, South Casco is a welcome change of pace from some of the larger cities in Maine. Fortunately, you won’t run out of things to do on a doggy day trip, as South Casco is relatively close to Portland, where you’ll find a plethora of things to do with your dog. 

For example, a short distance away, in South Portland, you’ll find Bug Light Park, a large and open park that, while not specifically being a dog park, has an off-leash area for your precious pup. Be sure that your canine companion is good at following your commands and recall, as the area is not fenced in. However, regardless of the fencing situation, your baby will find plenty of friends to play with in Bug Light Park. Lots of locals bring their beloved barkers here to play on the sandy beach areas, as well as to simply enjoy a nice sunny day. The weather in Maine can be brisk, so be sure to dress up very cozy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in South Casco

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    Population Density 1,800/sq mi

    #1 Stanwood Park

    Also in South Portland is the neighborhood of Stanwood Park, where you and your pupper can pitter your paws over to Hinckley Park, an expansive park with an off-leash area for your pup to go dog wild. Containing two ponds, this location is perfect for the doggy that likes to take a dip. The area usually isn’t terribly busy, but there are plenty of squirrels and ducks to keep your canine companion busy. Be sure to bring plenty of doggy waste bags to clean up any messes, as well as clean drinking water both for you and your pup.
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    Population Density 1,800/sq mi

    #2 Willard Park

    While you’re in South Portland, be sure to scoot your pooch over to Willard Park. Here, you’ll find a market unlike any other -- The Whole Dog Market. With a plethora of specialty items for your dog to choose from, if you make your way here, you’re guaranteed to come out with a dozen bags for your diva doggy. Featuring toys and treats, as well as collars, The Whole Dog Market also houses a self-wash, just in case your precious pup needs a good bath after your explorations in beautiful Casco Bay, as well as the rest of South Portland.
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    Population Density 380/sq mi

    #3 Mackworth Island

    Though this area is technically a bird sanctuary, your pup will surely be excited to walk alongside you and take in the sights and sounds at Mackworth Island. A beautiful location, you’d be doggone mad to not bring your leashed dog oceanside. Have a ball splashing around and take in the scenic sights. Perfect for shy dogs, Mackworth Island is never too terribly crowded as there is a limit to visitors at a time. Get in early before the crowd comes, and have a nice morning jog with your best pal. Just be sure to bring some doggy waste bags, just in case.
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    Population Density 4,287/sq mi

    #4 Back Cove

    A definite must on your doggy to-do list is making your way to Portland Proper, where you can find the neighborhood of Back Cove. A beautiful area with scenic views, you’d be doggone crazy to miss the nearby Quarry Run Dog Park. Though it was built over an old landfill, don’t let that cloud your judgement of this fabulous park. The area is fenced in, though you would never be able to tell between all the magnificent trees and bushes that any dude doggies will definitely want to mark. Better yet, there are a total of seven acres to explore.
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    Population Density 1,800/sq mi

    #5 Willard Beach

    Last but definitely not least, make your way to South Portland, where you’ll find Willard Beach: a public beach where dogs are welcome throughout the off-season to enjoy to beach at any time. During the summer months, doggy hours are limited on the beach, but during the off-season, your pup is free to be off-leash and prance along the chilly waters while you enjoy the sunlight. Just be sure your dog can follow your voice commands well, and bring plenty of doggy waste bags, as well as fresh drinking water. You’re sure to have a great time.
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