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Dog Areas in Warner

Warner, New Hampshire is a 56 square mile town with a population of just under 3,000 people. Residents and visitors of Warner love how much there is to do and explore outdoors, and with two nearby state parks, Warner is a dream for dog owners and anyone who loves adventuring outside. There aren't any veterinary offices in Warner proper, but there are several just a short drive away in neighboring New Hampshire towns. Warner has warm summers and beautiful, snowy winters, and you'll love experiencing all four seasons on foot with your dog in this pet-friendly town.

A quick 43-minute drive from Warner gets you to Tilton, New Hampshire, where you'll find the entrance to one of the most beautiful Winnipesaukee River Trail portions. This trail connects the town of Franklin with Tilton, and it is part of a larger network of trails that span across America. These trails are made from previously abandoned rail trails, and they have been converted into excellent walking, biking, and hiking trails that are great spots for getting exercise with your dog. During your walk, you'll come across sights like an old mill and dams ruins, and plenty of friendly people and dogs for you and your pet to meet along the way.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warner

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    Population Density 501/sq mi

    #1 South Concord

    A quick 26-minute drive from Warner will take you to Concord, New Hampshire. In South Concord, there is a popular dog park called the Terrill Park Dog Park. This park has separate sections for dogs of varying sizes, little pools to cool off on hot days, toys, and waste bags to keep the park clean. This dog park is within a larger 21-acre state park situated along the Merrimack River that is populated with walkers and joggers who get great use out of the miles of paved trail in the park. You can also view the State Capital Building from this park which makes for a great photo opportunity with your dog.
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    Population Density 2,880/sq mi

    #2 Downtown

    In under half an hour you can make it from Warner to downtown Concord, New Hampshire, where you will find another great park that both you and Rover will get a kick out of. Your pet must be on a leash when you explore this park, but you'll both find plenty to do and several people and pets to meet. This 20-acre park is bustling with families who are watching sporting events, using the pool in the summer, playing on the playgrounds, ice-skating or picnicking. This park also has miles of well-marked trails perfect for getting exercise with your four-legged companion.
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    Population Density 289/sq mi

    #3 Central Franklin

    Half an hour from Warner is the town of Franklin, New Hampshire. In central Franklin, there is access to another portion of the Winnepesauke River Trail that you and your dog will have a blast strolling along. The community takes great pride in maintaining this portion of the trail, and there is even a memorial garden on the trail that is a beautiful place take a rest on your trek. There are often community events that take place along this trail, so there is plenty more to do there than just walk, but the walk is certainly an enjoyable one!
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    Population Density 69/sq mi

    #4 Central Andover

    The Northern Rail Trail in Andover is the longest rail trail in New Hampshire, and you can get there in just over half an hour from Warner. This portion of the trail, also made from a once abandoned railway line, is 58 miles long and features several different types of terrain, most of which are ideal for walking, hiking, and even mountain biking. Your dog will get a kick out of exploring this long trail, and you'll both come across several stops along the way like antique mills, ponds, a canyon, and even a preserved railway station that make this walk anything but boring.
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    Population Density 401/sq mi

    #5 Central Goffstown

    The small town of Goffstown is just a 40-minute drive from Warner, and it has plenty of charm to make it worth the trip. If you're on the lookout for any home-related goods, you and Fido can take a trip to Goffstown Ace Hardware which is a dog-friendly hardware and garden store. You can explore all that this big store has to offer with your pet as long as your dog is on a leash. There are often exciting events that take place at Goffstown Ace Hardware so check that out in advance, so you don't miss anything they have to offer.
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