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Dog Areas in Rye, NH

5 Parks
6 Shops
3 Eateries

The town of Rye is a popular place in the summer and fall, thanks to the color-changing leaves and largest coastal shoreline of any town in New Hampshire. Tourists, residents, and outdoor lovers love this small town, thanks to the mixture of beach, preserved wetlands, and mountains to the west. Dogs that come to this town are well taken care of with three veterinarians located here.

The Jenness Beach is a dog-friendly beach in Rye, especially in the winter. Dogs are welcome anytime in the winter to socialize, play, or just run around freely, and can normally find 20 to 30 fellow pups there on the weekend. Dogs must remain on a leash, and during the summer hours, pups can only come before 9 AM and after 7 PM. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags!

The Rye Recreational Area is the best place to bring Fido if you don't want to be cleaning sand out of his fur for hours after your adventure. The area has huge areas of open space, with green grass, paved trails, and thick forests that surround the park, offering nature trails that wind through it. There's lots of parking for you and your leashed pup, with amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, picnic areas, and nighttime lights.

Sandy beaches, preserved marshland, and a beautiful park? What more could Fido want in the gorgeous coastal town of Rye?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rye, NH

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    Population Density 996/sq mi

    #1 Rye Village Center

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    The Rye Village Center is the only neighborhood in Rye, and a lot of is taken up by the one and a half miles of coastline. Here, you'll find a dog-friendly beach known as Bass Beach, an area with a rocky and sandy beach that is perfect to bring Fido and have a day out. During the summer months, dogs can only be in the park before 9 AM and 7 PM, but during any other month, dogs can go any time of day or night as long as they remain on a leash. There's also access to water fountains, trash bins, and benches in the parking area.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,429/sq mi

    #2 Richards Avenue

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    Richards Avenue is a small neighborhood in the town of Portsmouth, just 6 miles north of Rye. The small town gets plenty of travelers from Rye thanks to the South Mill Pond Dog Park. The park is huge, with over 6 acres of fenced-in land with a double-gated entrance. There are free toys, trees for shade, and sitting areas. Outside of the enclosure is another off-leash area for dogs that want to go into the pond, but it is not fenced-in. Dogs can enjoy both areas while off a leash, and can walk along the paved trails connecting the two areas, or just have a cool swim in the pond. Additional features include clean-up stations, trash bins, and nighttime lights.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,049/sq mi

    #3 Portsmouth Plains

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    Portsmouth Plains is a residential neighborhood in the town of Portsmouth, 2.6 miles away from the town of Rye. The distance is worth it to bring Fido to the Maple Haven Park. The park offers two areas of open space surrounded by large oak trees that provide privacy and shade to you and Fido. With paved walkways, benches, water fountains, and a clean-up station in the parking area, this park has all the bases covered. Don't forget to leash your dog up before coming here! Down the street is the Peachwave Frozen Yogurt shop, a great place to enjoy something sweet in the outdoor dog-friendly seating.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,021/sq mi

    #4 North Hampton

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    North Hampton is another coastal town located just 3 miles south of Rye. The town is small, but offers some great dog-friendly places, like Dearborn Park. The 8 acre area offers enclosed tennis courts, two baseball diamonds, and open space surrounded by trees. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park, but can play in the fenced-in tennis courts if unoccupied, or can enjoy other amenities like water fountains, restrooms, benches, and trash bins. For a bite to eat, visit the Throwback Brewery, a home-crafted beer eatery with sandwiches and pub grub. The restaurant is dog-friendly to pets, with outdoor seating featuring umbrellas and complimentary water bowls.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 812/sq mi

    #5 Stratham

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    Stratham is a small town 8.5 miles west of Rye, surrounded by protected wetlands and marsh. The town hosts the Stratham Hill Park, a 40-acre park that offers hiking trails, mountain biking routes, a pavilion, baseball fields, and a playground. Fido will mostly enjoy the forested paths, made from dirt, gravel and wooden boardwalks. All pups must remain on a leash, but have access to trash bins, clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches. the neighborhood has another dog-friendly place known as School Wellfield, a public recreational field with lots of open space, baseball diamonds, and basketball courts. The park also offers nighttime lights, water fountains, and benches.
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