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Dog Areas in Hollis, NH

Hollis is a town in New Hampshire with a population just shy of 8,000 people. In 1746, Hollis was incorporated as a town, and since then, it has amassed an interesting history. The town center village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Hollis is on the border between New Hampshire and Massachusetts -- most of the towns in this area are a mix of farmland and residential communities, and Hollis is no exception. Many people choose to live in Hollis but commute to bigger cities for work each day because they love the small-town charm Hollis provides.

Hollis is yet to have its own off-leash dog park, but you're never more than a quick drive away from an off-leash park or other dog-friendly activity in a nearby town. Lunenburg is a town of around 10,000 people in Massachusetts, and it's just over a 20-minute drive south of Hollis. In the northeastern quadrant of the town, there's a place called the Henry E. Cowdrey Nature Center. This 300-acre area of conservation land is a dog-friendly spot to walk or hike. There are trails all throughout the park as well as a brook running through the forest. Many owners even choose to let their dogs cool off in the brook on hot days. 

You and Fido will have so much fun exploring all of the dog-friendly spots around Hollis!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hollis, NH

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    Population Density 3,321/sq mi

    #1 Benson Park

    If you drive about 25 minutes east from Hollis, you'll arrive in central Hudson, New Hampshire. This is where you'll find Benson Park, a spacious park with walking trails, playgrounds, a small animal farm, and even its own dog park. The Hudson Dog Park at Benson Park has spacious small and large dog areas, and there is plenty of parking for park guests. The dog park doesn't provide waste bags and water, but visitors note that other friendly dog owners are always eager to share. If you'd like to go for a leashed walk with your dog, the trails in Benson Park vary in length so there's something to accommodate everyone.
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    Population Density 481/sq mi

    #2 North End

    North End is a historic and affluent neighborhood in Manchester, New Hampshire, and it's just over 20 miles from Hollis. North End is home to the 134-acre Livingston Park, which is adjacent to Dorr's Pond. Livingston Park is dog-friendly, but your pooch must be on a leash during your visit. You and Skip can walk the one-mile trail surrounding the pond and take in all the sights together, and if you're lucky, you just might spot some wildlife! The trail is equipped with doggy waste bags and garbage bins. Other amenities in the park include a swimming pool, baseball diamonds, picnic shelters, playgrounds, and a running track.
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    Population Density 168/sq mi

    #3 Piscataquog

    Manchester, New Hampshire is also home to an off-leash dog park, and it's only a half-hour drive from Hollis. It's located in the western Manchester neighborhood of Piscataquog, and this 10,000 square foot space is the first and only off-leash park in town. The Manchester Dog Park is also known as Peanut Park, and rather than separating dogs by size, this park allows big and small dogs to play together. There is some agility equipment in the park, as well as covered seating, waste bins and bags, and water bowls. Peanut Park requires visitors to pay $10 for an annual membership.
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    Population Density 669/sq mi

    #4 Central Bedford

    Bedford is a New Hampshire town with a population of more than 21,000 people, and it's less than 20 miles from Hollis. Considered a suburb of the larger city of Manchester, Bedford has many of its own great amenities. In the center of town, there's a place called Benedictine Park, and it's a favorite spot for visitors and locals alike. Benedictine Park is a scenic 28-acre passive recreation space that is used for cross-country skiing, sledding, snow-shoeing, hiking, bird-watching, and of course, dog walking! Many people choose to let their dogs run off-leash here, but dogs are technically supposed to be leashed. Benedictine Park has several trails you can walk with your dog, and also provides visitors with waste disposal items.
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    Population Density 951/sq mi

    #5 Prospect Park

    Leominster is a town of more than 40,000 people in Massachusetts, and it's just 20 miles from Hollis. In the eastern quadrant of Leominster, there's a place called Prospect Park, and this nearly 36-acre park is a lovely place to walk your dog and get some exercise together. There are miles of hiking trails in the park, and it's a good spot for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and mountain biking, too! This large conservation area allows dogs to accompany their owners at the park, but they must be on a leash. There are waste disposal stations at the park, but be sure to bring your own water.
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