Check out a few of our dog friendly favorites in Maine!
250 Main Hotel
A Boutique Hotel in Rockland, Maine
Jaspers first trip away from home at a pet friendly hotel located on Main Street in Rockland Harbor!
As someone who doesn’t want to go anywhere without my dogs, I really appreciate being able to bring them with us on fun adventures like this!
Although I will say that I was a little nervous to bring 3 goldens (one only being 16 weeks old) into this beautiful hotel but thankfully the dogs were so well behaved during this trip!
Acadia National Park
A 47,000-acre recreation area primarily on Maine’s Mount Desert Island
Last year my fiancé, Dave and I took Tavish, Jax and Ali on a day trip to Acadia National Park. It is a 2 and 1/2 hour drive from our house and we wanted to be at the summit of Cadillac Mountain for the 5:00 sunrise. We left our house at 2:30am.
We were glad we left early because like almost every adventure with dogs, nothing went as planned once we got there.
A 100 acre island connected to Falmouth by a causeway at the mouth of the Presumpscot River.
Between the magical fairy houses hidden within the forest, the wooden swings that are strategically placed along the trail and the breathtaking scenic views of Casco Bay, Mackworth Island is easily one of our FAVORITE dog friendly parks to explore!
You can walk the 1.5 mile loop trail or explore the rocky shore around the perimeter of the island, either way you get to enjoy the beautiful scenic views of Casco Bay!
Fort Williams Park & The Portland Head Light
With over 90 acres of recreational space, we have only explored some of it but we plan on making a trip back there soon!
Not only is Fort Williams Park a beautiful dog friendly park on the coast with lots to explore but it is also the home of the Portland Head Light, the most photographed lighthouse in America!