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Dog Areas in Tilton

4 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
2 Eateries
2 Groomers
Take a trip to the woofderful historic town of Tilton, New Hampshire to delight in barktastic adventures with your canine companion! Tilton welcomes all two and four-legged travelers to come explore this small, yet bustling town full of doggone fun things to do. Three incredible veterinarians will be happy to have your pup in for a visit to take care of all his health needs.


Make your stay in Tilton one you'll never forget with a furrific excursion on the Winnipesaukee River Trail! This wooftacular rail trail extends 5 miles along an old rail line that once connected the paper industry between Tilton and the neighboring town of Franklin. On your hike with Fido, keep a keen eye out for historical remnants along the trail. Your four-legged buddy will love the chance to spot wildlife, the occasional beaver, wildflowers, and natural beauty of the ponds and meadows. 

Take some pawse in downtown Tilton where you will find adorable shops and hotels, like the Black Swan Inn Bed & Breakfast. Enjoy your sweetly decorated room with your pup, who can stay no matter what size he is for no additional cost. Take advantage of the scenic garden and picnic area, where Fido can stretch his legs and go potty before bedtime (just make sure to have a doggie waste bag handy). 

Tilton welcomes you and your four-legged friend to come visit its historic town nestled in nature!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tilton

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    Population Density 8,999/sq mi

    #1 Central South Tilton

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    Leash up your pup and head to the Memorial Arch Park to get wooftacular views of the town from above. The Arch Park is located in the Central South Tilton neighborhood. Your pup will love this gentle climb to the top of the hill, where you can gaze up at the wooftastic Memorial Arch. The road is a paved path walkway that's dotted with several shady benches and barbecue grills. The spacious grounds offer you and Fido the chance to have a leisurely stroll around the park or to plop down and enjoy a homemade picnic together. Keep doggie waste bags handy in case Fido uses the potty. You and your pup will love the Memorial Arch Park in Tilton!

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    Population Density 648/sq mi

    #2 Tilton Island

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    Cross the wooftacular foot bridge to reach the Tilton Island neighborhood and discover the Tilton Island Park! Unlike many other places that close during the off-season, Tilton Island Park remains open to any visitors, two-legged or four-legged. Leash up your pup and go for a brisk walk on this cute little island surround by water. You can even reach down and dip your paws in! Live music, community events, and more are often held here in the pavilions. Your pup will love fresh early morning walks by the river, or evening strolls to see the sunset. Pack a picnic to enjoy on one of the wooden picnic tables in the park!
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    Population Density 179/sq mi

    #3 Buffalo Park

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    Let your inner puppy out with a wild exploration adventure out in the Buffalo Park, a park located in the Buffalo Park neighborhood. This conservation area can be accessed on foot just minutes from downtown Tilton, just off High St Extension. Strap on your hiking shoes and download an online map of the park to follow the unique trails that span throughout this over 50 acre conservation area. Cross bridges, wetlands, streams and more on one of the wooftacular trails, including the Buffalo Room Trail, Deer Run Trail, Turkey Trail, or follow the Proposed Trail. You and your pup will have a doggone good time exploring Buffalo Park!
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    Population Density 219/sq mi

    #4 East Tilton

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    The East Tilton neighborhood in Tilton offers you and your pup a lengthy and scenic hiking trail, the Spaulding Woods Trail. Doggoes on leash are more than welcome to hike with their owners on this lightly trafficked 2.7 mile loop trail. Due to a bit of elevation gain, this loop is rated as moderate, so bring a light snack and some water to stay energized! Trail running, snowshoeing, birding, and other puptastic activities are possible here. Dogs must be on a leash at all times, and any pet waste should be cleaned up and taken out of the trail. Get ready to have a wooftacular time exploring the furrific Spaulding Woods Trail in East Tilton!
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    Population Density 12,388/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Tilton

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    The Downtown Tilton neighborhood is a bustling district full of places to shop and sites to see. Get a woof of fresh air at the town's local Riverfront Park. This is the pawfect place to go for a peaceful walk with your furry pal. Although in the middle of the historic town, you can rest and relax with little noise from the traffic. The birds and insects come out to play music around sunset, so make sure to take a stroll in the evening time. Nestled on the grounds of the historic Mill building with a peaceful river, pavilion and benches, this park offers you and Fido an immersive experience into the living heart of downtown historic Tilton!
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