Start out your nature-filled adventure in Hanover with a relaxing visit to the North Esker Park, located on the banks of the Connecticut River. This subtle park offers pups and their owners a break from the town. The trail follows the river south and features a relatively smooth terrain with a few roots and rocks in between. The Esker Trail consists mainly of hemlock and pine forest with wooftastic views of the flowing river.
If you want to scale up your adventure, then Hanover has what you're looking for. Nature-loving pups will be bounding with joy over at the gorgeous Mink Brook Nature Preserve that sits on over 110 acres of woofderful preserved land. The trails are clearly marked and easy, so even small pups can enjoy the puptastic hiking trails, such as the easy breezy Quinn Trail that links up with the Tanzi Tract preserve. Help protect the water quality of the rivers and streams by removing any pup waste from the trails.
Hanover is a wooftastic place to explore with your pup by your side. Pack your bags- Hanover is awaiting your visit with Fido!
Whether you and Fido are in Hanover for business or pleasure, you can find puptastic places to enjoy in the South Street neighborhood in Hanover. Check-in to the neighborhood's woofderful pup-friendly Six South St Hotel, where two pups of any size are invited to sleep over with their owners for an extra fee per pup, per night. Only second-level rooms are pooch-friendly. Fido will love the free treats! When it's time to chow down on some grub, wag over to the neighborhood's local Ramunto's Brick and Brew restaurant to dine on over 20 varieties of wood-fired pizza. Chew on a cheesy slice of pupperoni pizza on the outdoor tables with your pup by your side.
Hanover invites doggoes and their owners to come explore the Oak Hill Diver neighborhood and enjoy the pawpular Storrs Pond Recreation Area. This wooftastic land offers scenic woodlands, plus 13 acres of man-made pond and sandy beaches. A heated pool, in addition to picnic areas and sports courts are open to the public from May to September. All doggoes must be leashed while on the grounds and are allowed to stroll, walk, or hike with their owners everywhere except on the sandy beaches, around the pond, and on the pond deck. For your convenience, you and your pup are invited to stay for up to one week in tents or RVs so you can be sure to fully enjoy all the puptastic activities offered at Storrs Pond Recreation Area!