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!