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Dog Areas in Goffstown

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Back in 1761, the town of Goffstown in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire was incorporated, and today, it's home to around 18,000 people. What began as a farming community with a flourishing textile industry has become a dynamic town with economic opportunities of all kinds, as well as an active community that enjoys two public parks in town. Roy Park and Barnard Park are excellent places to bring your family for activities like swimming, basketball, tennis, picnicking, and other outdoor activities. Your dog can accompany you in most areas of these parks if they're on a leash, and there are other dog-friendly activities for you to check out in Goffstown as well!

The Village Trestle is a casual, dog-friendly tavern on Main Street, and it's a popular spot with both visitors and locals. There are four outdoor tables where your dog can hang out by your feet as you dig into burgers, sandwiches, nachos, mac and cheese, and other delicious meals. The Village Trestle also has an extensive drink menu, and each week, there are fun activities like open mic nights and Reggae nights. When you're not checking out a dog-friendly restaurant in Goffstown, you and your dog can make the short drive to a nearby off-leash park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Goffstown

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    Population Density 5,962/sq mi

    #1 Riverview Gardens

    In just half an hour, you and your dog can drive south to central Nashua, New Hampshire, and Mine Falls Dog Park. This three-acre off-leash park opened in 2012 after a dedicated group of local dog lovers worked together to create an off-leash space in Nashua. The beautiful Nashua River runs through the park, and there are also several walking trails in the off-leash areas. Within Mine Falls Dog Park, there's a large area for dogs of all sizes, as well as a separate enclosure just for small or senior dogs. There are also seating areas and waste disposal supplies positioned throughout the park. A membership is required to visit this park, and once you purchase your pass, you'll be given an electronic key card.
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    Population Density 501/sq mi

    #2 South End

    Concord is the capital city of New Hampshire, and its southeastern corner is less than 20 miles from Goffstown. In this area, you'll find Terrill Park, a 21-acre park along the Merrimack River. Within Terrill Park, there are several trails where you'll spot joggers, cyclists, inline skaters, and dog walkers. There's also a fenced off-leash area that you and your dog will love! The Concord Dog Park at Terrill Park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and visitors love how clean and well-kept this dog park is. There are seating areas in the dog park, but bring your own drinking water and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 352/sq mi

    #3 South Main Street

    It's just 12 miles from Goffstown, and the Hooksett Dog Park in northern Hooksett, New Hampshire will become a new favorite in no time. This friendly and welcoming off-leash park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs, and there is also swimming access for dogs in the Merrimack River. Throughout the dog park, there are various pieces of agility equipment, including hoops, ramps, and tunnels. You'll find covered seating areas for humans, as well as waste disposal supplies and trash cans in the park. There isn't a running water source, but there are often jugs of water and bowls left in the park.
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    Population Density 4,617/sq mi

    #4 Piscataquog

    Manchester is a city in southern New Hampshire that's home to more than 110,000 people, and the western edge of the city is only a 15-minute drive from Goffstown. That's where you and your pooch will find the Manchester Dog Park, a 10,000 square-foot off-leash space where dogs of all sizes interact in the same area. The park has double-gated entryways, and there are several pieces of agility equipment for your dog to try out. Rather than grass, most of the dog park is covered in sand, and there are seating areas and lots of shade from hanging trees in the park. A membership is required to visit this park, and it will only cost you $10 a year.
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    Population Density 2,740/sq mi

    #5 Peppermint Corner

    In only half an hour, you and your dog can make the trip to the Derry Dog Park in southwestern Derry, New Hampshire. It's located in the Peppermint Corner neighborhood, a residential area with lots of history and interesting features. The Derry Dog Park has an all dog area as well as a separate enclosure just for small dogs. There are three separate park entrances, and each area has lots of seating. You'll also find agility equipment throughout Derry Dog Park, and there are plastic pools set up where dogs can cool off on hot days. There is also fresh drinking water for dogs and plenty of doggy bags.
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