Description

Dog Mountain is THE meeting place for dogs with their people. Located in the breathtakingly beautiful Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, it is a 150 acre farm that has been transformed into a doggy playscape, complete with swimming ponds, hiking trails an art gallery full of dog-related artwork and the only Dog Chapel in existence. The Chapel, built by Vermont folk artist and children's book author Stephen Huneck is visited by thousands annually to reflect and post message and photos of pets that have passed on. The Chapel walls are covered in layers of heartfelt notes. Dog Mountain hosts a number of annual events, including Memorial Day Celebration, August Dog Party, and October Dogfest.

Reviews

BringFido Traveler Rating

Dog Mountain has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 5 dog owners on BringFido.

  • Amy Jun. 03, 2017
    Perfect for for any dog owner Amy Jun. 03, 2017
    Perfect for for any dog owner

    This place makes our little puppy Charlie so happy! There are several trails that are easy to moderate. With no leash rules in place, this is perfect for letting your dog roam and meet other dogs. We keep going back to this spot. You will not be disappointed.

  • Brenda More than one year ago.
    AWESOME Place! Brenda More than one year ago.
    AWESOME Place!

    Heard so much about this place that we had to check it out for ourselves.. We took our 1 1/2 yr old black lab,Bella a couple of weeks ago and she was truly in 'Dog Heaven', she LOVED it there sooo much (along with my husband and I) So, we're going to take Bella back for the October Dogfest! CAN'T WAIT!! :)

  • Lance More than one year ago.
    An absoute must for dogs and dog-lovers Lance More than one year ago.
    An absoute must for dogs and dog-lovers

    During drive from VT to Maine with my 14 year old dog, we had to check this place out.. Incredible. One-of-a-kind.. Beautiful view, tons of free walking space for my dog, cool artwork, tributes, and lots more.. If you love dogs and/or traveling with your dog, definitely check this place out..

  • Toni More than one year ago.
    Peace and joy Toni More than one year ago.
    Peace and joy

    My Collies and I visited there in August 2012, and loved the opportunity to frisk and play in their wildflower fields. The gift shop is incredible (I got most of my Christmas shopping done there!) , and dogs are welcome even there! We stayed overnight at the Marshfield Inn. Wonderful folks there, too!

  • Beth More than one year ago.
    none Beth More than one year ago.
    none

    Dog Mountain should be #1. Do any of the other dog parks have chapels for your deceased canines and a gift store with running water?

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