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Dog Areas in New Boston

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New Boston is a historic town in New Hampshire that was founded in 1736. You will need to keep your dog on a leash as you make your way around the town. This quaint locale is full of forests, parks, and ponds where you and your dog can explore all day long if you choose. If you are moving to New Boston, you will find plenty of rural and suburban real estate that welcomes canine tenants, and many of the homes feature big yards to play in. Your dog will need to keep an updated rabies certificate throughout the year, so make sure you keep the tag or paperwork on hand if you plan on going to the parks or trails together. 

Dog walkers in New Boston often travel to the Perkins Pond State Wildlife Management Area during the warmer months for long, scenic hikes where they can run or walk for hours with a handful of friends. Be prepared to meet plenty of new friends for both you and your dog if you plan on spending some time at Perkins Pond. You can also stay local and explore New Boston Town Forest, which is actually several forests spread out around the town in different directions. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Boston

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    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #1 North New Boston

    If you and your pooch love trees and nature, North New Boston should be your first stop. The Lang Station State Forest is a popular destination that all who visit end up falling in love with. If you are moving in or just passing through, make sure you stop by this magnificent state park when you have the time. Just pack plenty of doggy waste bags, toys, treats and drinking water for your adventures here. Make sure you keep your dog on a comfortable harness to assist him with the changes in terrain as you make your way through the trails.
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    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #2 West New Boston

    West New Boston is a tranquil rural neighborhood where you will find several forests that are pawfect for a group of friends and their dogs looking for a place to get some fresh air and exercise. Just harness up your pup and head over to the Woodland Associates Forest for hiking trails and some of the best green scenery in town. If you like to unplug and spend time away from it all with your dog, the Friendly Beaver Campground is perfect for both of you! You can head over for the day or for the whole weekend if you have the time.
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    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #3 Central New Boston

    Central New Boston is home to a creek that runs the length of the city and widens out right in the center of town. You will find lots of places to walk with your dog through the busier streets in the center of town. Be ready to make lots of friends while exploring the open green space in front of the New Boston Recreation Department. You will also find the New Boston Farmer's Market is located outside, right across the street. Your dog can join you there as long as he's leashed and you keep an eye on him when the market gets crowded.
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    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #4 East New Boston

    East New Boston is a pretty neighborhood where you will find plenty of peaceful real estate. Right across the town border, you will find North Uncanoonuc Park and South Uncanoonuc Park right across from each other. The Pulpit Road Open Space is another pupperific green space where you can have fun with your dog either walking the paths or throwing around a Frisbee. You can also put out a blanket and have an amazing picnic in the sun. Enjoy some snacks and fresh air while your dog rolls around in the grass next to you. Just don't forget to grab your waste bags on your way out the door!
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    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #5 South New Boston

    South New Boston is another quiet neighborhood in this scenic town. Your dog will feel right at home, whether you are visiting or deciding on a new home where you will both have room to run and play. The area is full of farmland, leaving lots of open space for you to enjoy. You can head just south of town to Horton Pond if you are looking for a pawesome place to spend a hot day. You can also head over to the Herlihy Swamp for trails that will take you through marshy wetlands that your dog will just be tail over ears for!
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