Noanet Peak – Dover, MA
Spreading over 595 Acres, Noanet Woodlands is one of the most scenic parks in Massachusetts. Take a leisurely walk with your pup or challenge the trails with a strenuous run or cross country skiing. Dogs are allowed off leash on any trails as long as they remain insight. The terrain is suitable for even the less athletic pooch. With a subtle incline and clear path, you’re destined to reach the peak and view Boston’s spectacular city skyline.
Winnipesaukee River Trail – Tilton, NH
New Hampshire is equipped with some of the most breathtaking hiking trails. This trail is five miles long following the Winnipesaukee River. You and your pup can explore the wetlands habitat up close and personal.
Callahan State Park – Framingham, MA
Callahan State Park is most famous for being a doggie oasis. The trails are spacious, making their way through open meadows down to hidden creeks. The natural water is clean and a perfect place for your pup to cool off in the summertime. Picnic benches are located around the 950-acre park so feel free to relax and enjoy the fresh air while your dog plays.
Caribou Mountain – Franklin County, ME
If you and your dog like to ruff it up, check out this 7-mile hiking trail. Have it be a day trip, or pack your tent and have an adventurous overnight with your pup by your side. The campsites and picnic areas are even dog-friendly making it an excellent opportunity to socialize and enjoy leisure. This mountain will test your endurance level, but is well worth the hike!
Island Line Rail Trail – Burlington, VT
This park is a 14-mile historical conservation. The paths follow non-operating railroads that were built in the 1600s. Along the way, shoreline parks are overlooking Lake Champlain and gorgeous views of the Adirondack Mountains. Awaken your dog’s senses and get in a great exercise at this outdoor course.