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Dog Areas in Rindge

9 Parks
2 Trails
5 Shops
3 Eateries

Rindge, New Hampshire isn't your average small town. The residents of this cozy locale love to enjoy the great outdoors, especially with their pets. Rindge is also a historically significant area that was incorporated way back in 1768. Throughout the ages, it's been the site of skirmishes with the Native American tribes who lived here, as well as industrial growth in many different sectors. Today, Rindge is the perfect place to visit for an epic vacation where the entire family -- furry members included, of course! -- can have a blast.

The most barktastic place to stay in Rindge is Woodmore Campground. This spot strives to be family-friendly and encourages you to bring your dog with you. There are hiking trails, playgrounds, and a pool here. You can bring your tent or your RV to camp here. Dogs must be leashed in the campgrounds.

Annette Wayside Park has a half-mile trail where you can bring your dog to enjoy a peaceful walk. The locals love using this spot as a picnic area. It is an easily accessible place that seems to always be bright and sunny. You'll need to keep your dog on a leash here, but with so much to see and sniff, she won't mind very much.

You and your hound will pawsitively love Rindge, New Hampshire!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rindge

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #1 Converseville Road

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    Sometimes, you need to get out of the city and enjoy nature, which is just what the Converse Meadow is for. You can bring your dog with you to explore the land as long as he is on a leash. The meadow is home to beaver wetlands, so it is vital that you clean up after your dog. While you are here, you should walk the old mill site. This is the original mill in the area and no one knows exactly how old it is, but it is thought to date back to the late 1700s. There's no running water here, so be sure to bring some drinking water with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #2 Route 202

    36
    Contoocook Conservation Area is home to wetlands, a floating bridge, and plenty of natural flora for Fido to sniff. Pets are welcome to join you here if you keep them on a leash. You will need to bring doggie waste bags with you because you're required to clean up after your pet here. The preserve hosts monthly guided tours as well. There is no running water along the way, but there are several trash cans where you can dispose of your dog's waste. Hiking along the beautiful, tranquil trails here is a nice way to spend a couple of hours with your best furry friend.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #3 Cutter Hill

    24
    Miriam Hunt Memorial Town Forest is a trail system that will take you about an hour to walk through with your dog. It is part of the conservation land that was donated to the city. The trail can be hard to find as it is literally on the side of the road. You will need to have a leash with you, as well as plenty of drinking water to keep you both hydrated. This trail is mostly woodlands and includes a small marsh area. The trail is open all year long, but it is most enjoyable in the spring and summer months.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #4 Rand Road

    12
    Tetreault Park is a 37-acre conservation area that's home to multiple hiking trails. Most of the land is undeveloped, but there are a couple of historic log cabins as well. You will need a leash for your dog. There is no running water here, so please remember to bring your own. You'll also need to bring waste bags and clean up after your pup to help keep the park tidy and safe for the animals that live here. Most of the trails take around an hour to complete, so wear your favorite walking shoes. The trails are mostly shaded, which make them the pawfect place to spend a sunny day.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 135/sq mi

    #5 Sandy Lane

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    The neighboorhood of Sandy Lane in Jaffrey has a town beach where you can bring your dog to play! Sandy Beach's name is slightly misleading; this isn't really a beach, but rather a large pond with crystal-clear water and a sandy bottom. There is a long hiking trail that you will have to navigate to get here and it does tend to get muddy, so be mindful of that. This is the only dog-friendly beach in the area, so it does tend to get very crowded on hot days. You will want to have a leash with you, even if you don't intend to use it.
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