Dog Walkers in York, ME

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Dog Areas in York, ME

1 Park
1 Trail
10 Eateries
Located in York County, Maine, it’s easy to see why dog lovers would want to spend their time in the city of York itself. With a number of dog friendly restaurants to choose from, two beaches, a park, and a hiking trail for you and your canine companion to choose from, the options are nearly limitless. Want to start a day with a nice romp through the sandy beaches and rolling tides? Make your way to Short Sands Beach, one of the more scenic locations you have to choose from in York, and your dog is bound to enjoy the early morning breeze while the two of you walk, leash in hand, from one end of the beach to the other. Your precious pup will be especially welcome any time in the off season, but as long as you keep them on a leash, you’re bound to have loads of fun. Just bring plenty of fresh drinking water, as well as doggy waste bags to pick up after your precious pup. Maybe even bring a picnic along with plenty of tasty treats for you and Fido to fawn over. You’re sure to have a real ball, a tennis ball that is!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in York, ME

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #1 North York

    If you’re looking for even more adventure than a beach can offer, take your pup towards the northern section of York, where you’ll find Mount Agamenticus. A beautiful series of trails where your dog is welcome to join you on a leash, you’ll both enjoy the scenic views available to you among these hidden mountain paths. Get a welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle of modern society, even if it’s just for a little while. The paths are perfect for beginners and expert hikers alike, so don’t be afraid to give it a shot! Your pup will thank you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 801/sq mi

    #2 Cape Neddick

    If you find yourself missing the sandy seasides, make your way towards Cape Neddick, on the east coast of Maine. What’s a Short Sands Beach without a Long Sands Beach? You'll find both at Cape Neddick! Your dog is sure to have a blast chasing a frisbee along the oceanside, and you’ll have fun getting a decent tan. Be sure to bring plenty of fresh drinking water for your wily woofer to wet their whistle, as well as some doggy waste bags to clean up after your precious pup. You’ll want to keep the beach clean and dog-friendly for years to come.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 946/sq mi

    #3 York Harbor

    Is your pup the type to prefer something a bit more tame? Maybe they don’t want to get their paws wet, or the beach bum lifestyle isn’t for you. There’s plenty more available in the area for you to peruse! Just follow puppy’s paws to Wiggle Bridge, a walking bridge just south of the neighborhood of York Harbor. Your doggy will need to be leashed at all times, but it’s the perfect place to get a view of the ocean without getting sand in your clothes -- or in puppy’s case, fur. You can’t go wrong with this strikingly beautiful location!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #4 Southeast York

    Maybe you’re finally ready for breakfast, or even lunch or dinner. Mosey on over toward southeastern York, where the view is great and the food is even better. Here, you’ll find Lobster Cove. In spite of the name, this restaurant doesn’t serve seafood alone. They also have delicious burgers, and locals are known to recommend the French toast during the breakfast hours. Best of all, your dog is welcome to join you at any of the ten outdoor dining tables, where you can enjoy the day and get to know some of the friendly locals -- humans and dogs alike.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #5 East York

    Last but not least, one final place worth visiting is the easternmost section of York. Your first destination here should be the Sand Dollar Bar, where you can get a delicious slice of pizza or anything from their vast selection of seafood. Known for being particularly family-friendly, you can keep your faithful friend at your side at any of the five outdoor tables. Guaranteed not to be terribly crowded -- at least as far as the outdoor dining area goes -- it’s perfect for any pup, whether they’re remarkably shy or a regular social butterfly. Just bring plenty of treats for Fido, and some water as well.
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