Tag Archives: Walking the Dog

Marginal Way, Ogunquit, ME

Marginal Way in Ogunquit, Maine is a scenic place to walk your dog during the off season.  From October 1 through March 31, dogs are allowed on leash to enjoy this 1.25 miles stretch along the rugged coastline.  However, NO dogs are allowed from April 1 through September 30, and there is a hefty $100 […]

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Kennebunk Plains, Kennebunk, ME

The Kennebunk Plains, located in Kennebunk, Maine, is a tranquil location to walk your dog.  Consisting of approximately 2,000 acres, the miles of sandy trails offer easy walking over gently rolling hills, through grasslands, blueberry barrens, pine heaths, and swampland.  The Kennebunk Plains is home to many unique  and rare species of birds, reptiles and […]

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Wiggly Bridge and Steedman Woods, York, ME

If you’re looking for a quick but scenic place to walk your dog, the Wiggly Bridge and Steedman Woods are a great dog friendly destination.  Located in York Harbor, Maine, this a short and scenic walk that includes a mini-suspension bridge.  The trail head can be found at a manmade causeway off Lilac Lane, then […]

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Eastern Trail – Biddeford, ME

Earlier this Summer we walked the first leg of the Eastern Trail from Kennebunk to Arundel.  Today we are reviewing the Biddeford to Arundel stretch of this dog friendly walking trail in Maine.  The Biddeford to Kennebunk section offers 6 miles (one way) of scenic easy walking.  But on a hot summer day, we prefer […]

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Conspicuous Consumption

Ok, I get it.  Puppies explore the world by putting everything into their mouths.  But Asa is certainly pushing the limits by treating our morning walks like a puppy smorgasbord!  Must he stop and sample every maple tree seed, pinecone and twig that he sees?  Worst yet, why does he insist on licking worms and […]

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Fort McClary, Kittery, ME

Fort McClary State Park, located in Kittery, Maine is a good dog friendly place to visit.  Since 1689 this site has been used to protect the Piscataqua River and surrounding communities in Maine and New Hampshire.  Today Fort McClary offers historic buildings to explore and scenic views of the harbor.  Often less crowded than more […]

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