Dog Walkers in Brookline, NH

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Dog Areas in Brookline, NH

7 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery

If you and your pup love exploring beautiful forests and dining together in dog-friendly restaurants, Brookline is the perfect place for you. This New Hampshire town is home to numerous preserves where you can hike through the woods with your pup. If your dog needs to see a veternarian, there’s one great clinic in Brookline.

Taylor-Talbot Preserve is a fun place to go for an on-leash hike with your dog in Brookline. This 70-acre preserve is home to a peaceful path that winds through the woods. Along the way, it passes a lovely pond. You and your pup will both enjoy taking walks in this tranquil preserve.

Ben Farnsworth Road is another woof-derful trail to explore with your dog. This trail welcomes dogs on-leash, and it’s mostly flat, with just a few slight inclines. Mountain laurels line most of the trail, providing shade on hot days. The trail also passes by beautiful wetlands. There are tons of great things to see on this Brookline trail!

With its many dog-friendly parks and restaurants, Brookline has plenty to offer every pup. Whether you want to take a long hike with your dog or grab a meal with them, Brookline is perfect for you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brookline, NH

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    Population Density 168/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

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    Brookline’s Downtown neighborhood is home to the Andres Institute of Art Sculpture Park, where dogs are welcome on-leash. Here, you and your dog can walk on trails that pass by stunning sculptures. The park also has a large wooded area with plenty of trails to explore with your pup. This fun park is a furrific place to spend the day with your dog. After you’re finished checking out the sculpture park, grab lunch with your dog at The Cozy Tea Cart. This cute café has nine dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they offer many different types of tea. To eat, they serve delicious and healthy soups, salads, and sandwiches. 

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    Population Density 6,868/sq mi

    #2 Railroad Square

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    For a fun on-leash walk with your dog, head over to Mine Falls Park in the Nashua’s Railroad Square neighborhood. Located about 13 miles from Brookline, this park has six trails to check out. If you want to walk around beautiful Mill Pond and the Nashua Power Canal, take the 1.4-mile Red Trail. Or, if you’re in the mood for a long walk, hop on the 2.94-mile Blue Trail. Whichever trail you choose, you’re sure to have a pawesome walk here. If all that walking makes you hungry, go for a snack with your dog at the nearby Bruster’s Real Ice Cream. This ice cream parlor offers doggy sundaes that are made with milk bones and vanilla ice cream. You and your pup will both enjoy this ice cream parlor’s sweet treats! 

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,502/sq mi

    #3 Kimball Hill Road

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    If you’re searching for a great off-leash area for your pup, check out Hudson Dog Park at Benson Park. This dog park is 15 miles from Brookline, and it includes separate large and small dog areas. There’s also equipment for your dog to play on in the park, including ramps they can climb up. Bring some water and doggy bags with you, and have a fun time playing here. If you want to take an on-leash walk with your dog when they’re finished playing, check out some of Benson Park’s nature trails. These beautiful trails go past a large lake and through shady wooded areas.

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    Population Density 8,494/sq mi

    #4 Piscataquog

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    Piscataquog is home to another great off-leash area, Manchester Dog Park. This 10,000 square foot dog park is about 22 miles from Brookline, and it has one fenced-in area where your dog can frolic and play. There are picnic tables in the park for owners to sit at while their dogs play, and there are water bowls available for your pup. After the dog park, continue your fun day out with a walk on the Manchester Riverwalk. Dogs are welcome on-leash on this two-mile path that follows the scenic Merrimack River. You and your pup will both enjoy strolling on this paved, tree-lined path.

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    Population Density 6,199/sq mi

    #5 Corey Square

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    If you want to take a leisurely stroll with your dog, head over to Manchester’s Derryfield Park. Located 26 miles from Brookline, this large park has flat and paved paths where you can walk your pup on-leash. You can also walk with your dog on the park’s many open fields. Your pooch will love sniffing and wandering around this Manchester park. When you’re all finished at the park, treat yourself and your dog to lunch at nearby Jerome’s Deli. Grab one of their three dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy tasty bagels, sandwiches, salads, and soups.

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