Dog Walkers in Claremont, NH

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Dog Areas in Claremont, NH

5 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery

If you and your pup love exploring beautiful parks together, Claremont in the perfect place for you. This New Hampshire town has five dog-friendly parks, and it’s also home to delicious dog-friendly restaurants. If your dog needs to see a veterinarian, there’s one highly-rated clinic in Claremont.

If you want to take a long walk with your pup, head over to the Sugar River Trail. This 9.8-mile trail has two trailheads, one in Newport and one in Claremont. As you walk along this picturesque trail, you’ll pass through forests filled with wildlife, and you’ll also get stunning views of the Sugar River. Bring doggy bags and water, and have a pawesome time hiking here with your pup.

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is another fun place to spend the day with your dog. This historic park is 27 miles from Claremont and welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you can explore beautiful manicured gardens with your pup. You can also hike through conifer forests and climb up hills that provide amazing views of the surrounding area. No matter what you choose to do, you’re sure to have a fun time here!

With its many dog-friendly parks and restaurants, Claremont has plenty to offer every dog. You and your pup will always have a great time when you’re in Claremont!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Claremont, NH

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    Population Density 356/sq mi

    #1 Robert Easter Way

    This Claremont neighborhood is home to the 225-acre Arrowhead Recreation Area, a great place to take your dog for an on-leash walk. If you want to take a long walk with your dog, hop onto the park’s 2.3-mile loop trail. This trail will take you through forests and past fields that are filled with wildflowers in the spring. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and have a fun time hiking here with your pup. If you’re hungry after your hike, head over to Scoop City Grill. This ice cream shop and casual café has dog-friendly outdoor tables and serves sandwiches, quesadillas, burgers, fish sandwiches, and more.
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    Population Density 467/sq mi

    #2 Maple Avenue

    Moody Park is another good place to go for a hike with your pup in Claremont. This 352-acre park welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has tons of trails you can explore with your pup. If you’re just looking for a short walk, take the 0.4-mile Indian Trail West. This short but lovely trail provides great views of the forest. If you want to go for a longer walk, hop onto the 1.2-mile Tall Pines Trail. If you’re hungry after your walk, Moody Park has plenty of picnic tables where you can enjoy lunch or a snack with your dog.
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    Population Density 1,215/sq mi

    #3 Maple Street

    If you want to let your dog play off-leash, head over to Watson Upper Valley Dog Park. Located 25 miles from Claremont, this dog park has separate areas for big and small dogs to play in. Both areas are double-gated, and there are water and doggy waste stations on-site. Bring your pup a tennis ball or a toy to play with, and have a pawesome day out at the park! If you want to get a bite to eat after playing at the dog park, head over to Tuckerbox. Sit at one of Tuckerbox’s five dog-friendly outdoor tables, and dine on classic Turkish dishes, including kebabs, guvec casseroles, and stuffed eggplant.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 390/sq mi

    #4 Sloan Road

    This Enfield neighborhood is home to another pawesome off-leash area, Shaker Field Dog Park. This dog park is 26 miles from Claremont, and it has three different fenced-in enclosures: an area for dogs under thirty pounds, an area for dogs over thirty pounds, and a training area that’s available to rent by the hour. Shaker Field Dog Park offers fun agility equipment for your dog to play on, including tunnels to run through and rock piles and boulders to climb. There’s also water for your pup in the park, and there are pet waste stations. Your pup will have a furrific time playing in this fun-filled park!
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    Population Density 118/sq mi

    #5 Quechee

    Looking for a beautiful spot to go hiking with your dog? Head over to Queeche State Park in Hartford, Vermont. This park is about 23 miles from Claremont, and it’s home to a trail that goes along a gorge. This 1.4-mile trail begins at Dewey’s Mill Pond, and it travels along the ridge of the gorge. A little over a half-mile into the trail, you’ll see the stunning Ottauquechee Dam and Waterfalls. After that, you’ll hit the historic Quechee Gorge Bridge, which you can cross over if you’d like before you head back to the start of the trail. Bring doggy bags and water with you, and enjoy hiking in this lovely park.
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