Whether you want to camp, fish, or just enjoy the beach, Hamlin Beach State Park has you covered. With crystal-clear water and soft, sandy beaches, your family, including your pooch, will love spending the day at Hamlin Beach.
Hamlin Beach State Park has 264 tent and trailer campsites that are perfect for overnight adventures with the whole family, including your pup. Dogs are allowed access to certain areas of the campgrounds, but there is still a two-pet maximum in those areas.
There are numerous self-guided trails in the area where dogs are allowed to explore with their families. Through the trees and other flora, you are likely to see beautiful birds, flowers, and wonderful views during your time at Hamlin Beach. Either go on foot or bike through these trails for an experience of a lifetime with your pooch.
Beachgoers may also enjoy biking, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. You can also fish for salmon or trout in the area. Enjoy a nice picnic or boating trip as well, without worrying about leaving your pup at home.
Areas of the beach are covered in large, slippery rocks, so be careful walking on or near those rocks, and never let your dog run or play on the rocks. It is also important that you are careful with your pet around other beach patrons, including other dogs.
All pets must be kept on a leash that is no longer than six feet. Retractable leashes aren’t permitted anywhere on the beach or in camping areas. Dogs are not permitted to be off-leash anywhere along the beach, campsites, or trails.
No matter where you and your pet explore at Hamlin Beach State Park, don’t forget to be respectful of the other beachgoers. Clean up after yourself and your pet. Please bring waste pick-up bags to clean up after your pooch.