Dog Walkers in Lincoln, NH

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Dog Areas in Lincoln, NH

2 Parks
1 Trail
4 Eateries

A town in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Lincoln is a scenic town with beautiful views and friendly faces -- both of the human and canine variety. While not the most populous city in New Hampshire, there is plenty to keep you and your canine occupied in Lincoln, from dog parks and hiking trails to restaurants with delicious food to tantalize the senses. 

While in this wondrous city, you’ll definitely want to make a stop at the White Mountains National Forest. With the Kancamagus Highway running through the forest, it’s certainly worth checking out on your adventure. Your canine companion will be free to walk alongside their favorite human on any of the hiking trails, be it on a leash or off-leash if they have brilliant voice command skills. You may not be allowed in the campgrounds, but just about anywhere else in the National Forest is free game. Just be sure to bring plenty of drinking water to keep both you and your happy hound hydrated. Additionally, be prepared to clean up any messes your dear doggy may make by bringing lots of doggy waste bags, which you can dispose of at the park's waste stations.

You and Sparky will pawsitively love sniffing out all the dog-friendly opportunities in and around Lincoln!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lincoln, NH

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #1 North Lincoln

    Near the White Mountains National Forest, you’ll find the Franconia Notch State Park. Within the park, you’ll find even more fantastic hiking trails for you and your canine companion to explore. It’s recommended that you get there early, as the hiking trails can get relatively packed as the day goes on, and the ridges can get hot for puppy’s paws. If you’re looking for plenty of adventure, however, these are the paths you and Fido will definitely want to venture down! Be sure to bring plenty of water to quench your puppy’s thirst, and your own as well. And don't forget the waste baggies!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #2 East Lincoln

    Venture out to the eastern region of Lincoln, where you’ll find the Little East Pond Trail, a beautiful hiking trail maintained by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy -- a non-profit organization that specializes in turning old railways into wonderful paths for both you and Fido to enjoy. There are plenty of shady spots along the river, and it’s reviewed as being a moderate hiking challenge for pups. The first mile or so of the path is relatively easy to travel, but it turns into an uphill incline that gets moderately harder. Be sure to bring water and doggy waste bags too!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #3 Central Lincoln

    If you’re looking to wind down a bit after your adventure in the White Mountains, the next stop you should make is definitely in Central Lincoln, at the Gypsy Cafe. A restaurant with an eclectic menu filled with delicious choices from paninis to salmon, your dog isn’t just welcome here -- you’re encouraged to bring Fido. The wait staff is exceptionally friendly, and your diva doggy will be treated like regular royalty from the moment you step onto the dog-friendly outdoor patio. Your pooch will be brought some fresh water right away, so just bring some snacks for pup to munch on!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #4 South Lincoln

    The next item on your doggy to-do list should be making your way to south Lincoln, where you’ll find the One Love Brewery -- reviewed as having some of the most delectable cuisine in the region. With your choice of a number of delicious brews, as well as classic bar food, you and your pup are sure to find whatever it is you're craving here. Your dog will be brought some cold and fresh water, and if they’re particularly well-behaved, management may bring out a tasty homemade treat for pup while you enjoy your meal! That should keep him from pulling the puppy dog eyes as you chow down.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #5 West Lincoln

    Your final stop is a place that can’t be missed while you’re in the western region of Lincoln. West Lincoln is home to Half Baked and Fully Brewed. This restaurant serves a number of delicious baked goods, as well as plenty of delicious coffee brews to choose from, from frozen drinks to a nice piping hot cup of joe. You’re encouraged to sit outside with your dog and enjoy your meal, and water for your precious pup is available upon request. Just bring plenty of treats for your pooch to enjoy while you partake in your share of delightful human treats.
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