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  • Harold Parker State Forest

    Harold Parker State Forest

    Harold Parker State Forest offers miles of trails to go for a long walk or hiking with your dog reasonably near Boston. We have been mountain biking with our dog here in the past. Just pay attention, it is a great place to get lost.
  • Find Yourself In the Wilderness

    Find Yourself In the Wilderness

    You would think living in any city like Boston, finding an isolated trail meandering through the wilderness would be a long way off. Every once in awhile I feel it, the dog feels it: a call to the wild.
  • The Very Beautiful Maudslay State Park

    Just outside Newburyport we stumbled across the very beautiful Maudslay State Park, where on-leash dogs are allowed. Maudslay is not your average state park. You will find the sidewalks of Beacon Hill much more difficult to navigate than Maudslay's carpet-like trail system. The fields and woods
  • Crane Beach: Where Good Dogs Go Off-Leash

    When it comes to beaches, I am a bit of a snob after spending many a long summer on Nantucket's white sand beaches. This sunny winter weekend, we took a ride just North of Boston to Crane Beach in Ipswich Massachusetts. We found an incredibly beautiful beach, where dogs are allowed to play off leash, at least in the winter.
  • Walk The Dog At Boston’s Belle Isle Salt Marsh

    Walk The Dog At Boston’s Belle Isle Salt Marsh

    Just East of Boston we found a beautiful park, perfect for a quiet walk with your Boston dog. Although not an official off-leash dog park. It is a nice place to get away from the hustle and bustle of a true Boston dog park.
  • Exploring The Middlesex Fells & Sheepfold

    Exploring The Middlesex Fells & Sheepfold

    Would you believe there is a 2500 acre park just a few exits North of Boston? If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of Boston and find yourself yearning for a taste of the great outdoors then pay attention. Just up the road you will find endless trails winding through thick woods and
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