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Dog Areas in Maine

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Entering Maine, you'll notice how quaint the area is with a few main streets, some restaurants, and one school. The city shows off all the joys of country living and has seemed to stay frozen in time since its founding in 1794. Although you won't find any animal hospitals in Maine, you'll find one in the Newark Valley Animal Hospital only 7 miles west in Newark Valley. Maine does offer plenty of outdoor, dog-friendly activities for you and your pup to explore.

The best place to go to for your pup in Maine is the Maine Town Park, a large park in the upper northern corner of the town. The park is made up of 6 different recreational ballfields, a thick outline of trees, and paved walkways that wind throughout the park. Dogs are welcome into the park during the parks hours of 6:30 AM to 9:30 PM and must stay on a leash.

The Nanticoke Creek is a large stream that runs throughout the town, and features multiple swimming holes and access points. The most known access point is off of Pollard Hill Road, with a large grassy area and gravel driveway leading into the creek. Dogs are welcome to play in the open field, in the stream, or on a boat while in the creek, all while on a leash.

Maine may be small, but for dog-lovers, it'll become a real home thanks to the outdoor adventures you and Fido can enjoy!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maine

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    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #1 Maine


    The small town of Maine offers up the Nanticoke Creek Trail, a rugged nature trail that winds along the stream, and features scenic creek views of the water and creek wildlife. Fido will have to stay on a leash while on the dirt path, but can go into the water. Owners can also take Fido to the Maine Central School, a historic location that has been around for 80 years. Dogs are welcome to explore the school while on a leash, or play in the old schoolyard.

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    Population Density 2,333/sq mi

    #2 Susquehanna

    Just 7 miles south of Maine in the town of Endicot, this neighborhood offers green open areas and multiple access points to the Susquehanna River, and is a favorite among dog-lovers. There are many parks along the river too, like Grippen Park. This flat area has picnic shelters, a ballfield, rolling green plains and towering trees for privacy. Fido is welcome in the park while on a leash, and has access to water fountains and benches. Mercereau Park is another one of these parks, most known for its access to the river's shoreline. Fido can run, play or even take a swim in the river as long as he remains on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,075/sq mi

    #3 Choconut Center

    For some off leash pawrific fun, head to the Choconut Center of Johnson City, just 9 miles east of Maine. This neighborhood is home to the Canine Commons Dog Park, a large fenced-in area with a dirt trail and grassy terrain. Dogs are allowed to play in the creek that runs through the park, and have access to water buckets, benches and clean-up stations. The Finch Hollow Nature Center nearby features a more natural place to walk  for you and Fido. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the nature center, but can enjoy a 1 mile trail of scenic habitats and natural landscape.
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    Population Density 3,555/sq mi

    #4 Central Binghamton

    The Central Binghamton neighborhood is 12 miles east of Maine in the town of Binghamton. Within the neighborhood is the Bark Park, a dog park with over an acre of land and three separate fenced-in areas. One area is for small dogs, another for large dogs, and the last is for all dogs looking to use the agility equipment. Each area is double-gated, and features doggy-sized water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. In town is the Di Rienzo Bros. restaurant, a casual pizzeria with dog-friendly outdoor seating, complimentary water for Fido and plenty of pizza options for the humans!
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    Population Density 76/sq mi

    #5 Whitney Point

    Whitney Point is a small town that's 14 miles north of Maine. The town gets plenty of traffic from dog-lovers, thanks to the scenic Dorchester Park that surrounds the 1,200 acre reservoir along the Otselic River. Dogs are welcome inside the park, but must remain on a leash at all times. Dogs and humans can enjoy the two-mile paved walking trail, or playing in the open fields. Dogs are also allowed in the picnic shelters and barbeque areas, and can even hop into a boat or kayak onto the reservoir. Dogs are not permitted near the water during Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, however.
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