Hike With Your Dog

the site where you won't be able to wipe the wag off your dog's tail

NEW HAMSPHIRE

National Parks With Hiking

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
Dogs are allowed on the grounds

Links to National Forests With Hiking

White Mountain National Forest

State Parks With Hiking
New Hampshire State Parks
Dogs are not universally allowed in New Hampshire state parks. The following parks do allow dogs:

 Bear Brook State Park
bearbrook.html

 Cardigan State Park
orange.html

 Crawford Notch State Parkcrawford.html

 Dixville Notch State Park
dixville.html

 Franconia Notch State Parkfranconia.html

 Miller State Park
miller.html

 Moose Brook State Park
moose.html

 Mt. Washington State Parkwashington.html

 Northwood Meadows State Park northwood.html

Pillsbury State Park
pilsbury.html 












 


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Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In New Hampshire

Submitted by Angela
I came across your great website and became very excited. I have two beautiful German Shepherds and have been eagerly searching for public places to let them romp. I have had zero luck. Your site gave me hope. Odiorne has always been one of my favorite summer spots. Seeing them on your list of dog friendly places, I called them up. The recording says No Pets Allowed. I was saddened. I just thought you might want to know so you can update your list. I have yet to check other parks on the list, but I did a drive through of Bear Brook and at every entrance I was greeted with a sign that says No Dogs Allowed. That figures.

Submitted by Beth
Hi. As an fyi, I went to Ordione in Rye, NH last weekend and there are signs all over (including the beach section) that says "no dogs". I brought my dog on the paved path but never ventured into the park. It's a bummer because it's a nice park. The signs are new this year because I was able to bring my dog in the past. Just thought I'd pass it along.

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