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Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Buxton

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    Population Density 189/sq mi

    #1 Bar Mills

    About 5.4 miles southeast of West Buxton, you’ll find the neighborhood of Bar Mills. This community has a number of parks where you and Fido can stretch your legs. Head to Weymouth Park, once known as “the Old Fairground” and wander through the 7-acre open area. For a hike or jog, use the walking trail around Town Farm Park. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash in city parks and to clean up any waste. If you’re looking for a professional groomer, check out Spoiled Rotten Pet Grooming. This master groomer offers anything from a nail trim to pre-competition treatments.
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    Population Density 209/sq mi

    #2 Groveville

    The neighborhood of Groveville is about 5 miles east of West Buxton. In this quiet New England community, you and Fido can head to Carroll Park and stroll or jog along the walking trails that circle the entire 4.8-acre facility. Make sure to keep your pooch on a leash and to pick up any waste. If you’re looking for help with training and behavior, check out the boot camp offered by Maranatha Labradors & Grooming. This local business will take your pup for 30 days and provide comprehensive training in basic obedience commands like sit, stay, heel, down, and come.
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    Population Density 508/sq mi

    #3 Salmon Falls

    Located six to seven miles southeast of West Buxton, the neighborhood of Salmon Falls contains what has been called “the gem of parks” for the city of Buxton. Bring Fido to Pleasant Point Park to explore the hiking trails in this 60-acre outdoor paradise. Take the walking trail to an ancient burial ground or wander through the woods and fields along the Saco River. Pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic with your pooch. If you have a canoe, you can launch out into the water with your pup. Dogs are welcome throughout this park provided that they are kept on a leash and that you pick up their messes.
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    Population Density 285/sq mi

    #4 Steep Falls

    Pack up your car and drive south with Fido about 12 miles from West Buxton for some puptastic outdoor adventures. The quiet town of Steep Falls overlaps the Steep Falls Wildlife Management Area. In this natural preserve, you and your pup can explore wetlands and woodland areas. Bring a tent and spend the night, weekend, or longer in the Acres of Wildlife Campground. Canine Companions are welcome to join you in the campground and are welcome to swim or go for a boat ride in designated areas. The first dog is included in your campsite rental, but there is a small fee for each additional pet. Remember to keep your pooch on a leash and to clean up any waste.
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    Population Density 115/sq mi

    #5 North Waterboro

    Just 12.7 miles west from West Buxton, you and Fido will find some wonderful opportunities to explore the outdoors. Pack up your camper and head to Lake Ossipee Lake Campsite for the weekend, or you stay a while longer. You and your pup can go boating on the lake, or you can enjoy fishing from the shore. Dogs are permitted in the campground as long as they’re on a leash. When you want to give your pooch a chance to play with other canines, head to the Federal Street Dog Park. This spacious off-leash facility is located in a wooded area and offers a variety of terrain for your four-footed friend to investigate. Make sure to bring your own waste bags and clean up after your pup.
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