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.