Dog Friendly Activities in Lisbon Falls, ME

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Lisbon Falls, and 20 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Lisbon Falls.

Pet Friendly Olive Pit Brewing Company
Olive Pit Brewing Company Olive Pit Brewing Company welcomes you and Fido to stop in for a refreshing beer in Lisbon Falls, ME. Self proclaimed "beer loving animal people", staff at this female-owned brewery donate a potion of their proceeds to an animal rescue organization each month and even named the establishment after the owners' beloved Pit bull, Olive Roo. Nobody likes drinking alone so your best friend is invited to sit beside a stool at the bar while you sample a pint of 'Wagworthy' Fruit Hefeweizen or 'Star Carr' English Nut Brown. From fruity to sour, light to dark, mild to hoppy, Olive Pit Brewing is on a mission to provide a full spectrum of beers to quench your thirst and satisfy your taste buds. See Details
Pet Friendly Popham Beach State Park
Popham Beach State Park Dogs are welcome during off-season at the much-loved Popham Beach State Park. The main attraction of this state park is the luscious sandy beach that stretches along the mouth of the Kennebec River. There are plenty of pretty picnic spots at this park that you can enjoy with Fido, as long as they are on a leash under six feet and owners clean up any mess that they leave behind. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed on State Park beaches in Maine between April 1st and September 30th. Popham Beach State Park is open daily from 9am until sunset. See Details
Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park Casco Bay Trail carries visitors along Maine's legendary coast. Relatively easy hike with great views. Dogs are welcome on trails, but not on the beaches. See Details
South End Park Dogs and their people can romp off-leash on 11 acres in the South End Park located on Lower Washington Street. The park provides poop-and-scoop bags, has a dedicated parking lot, and is open year round. For people not into playing with pups, there's even a walking trail and Bocce ball. Dogs must be under voice control when off-leash. See Details
Robin's Garden & Dog Park Located next to the Greater Androscoggin Humane Shelter and Animal Emergency Clinic in Lewiston, ME, Robin's Gardens and Dog Park is an off-leash park with plenty of room for dogs of all sizes to play! This dog park offers separate areas for small and large dogs, along with gazebos and chairs in each of the play areas. Disposal bags and receptacles are also available in each area, making it easy to do the right thing by cleaning up after your pet. See Details
Pet Pantry Pet Pantry carries a wide variety of items from dog bakery items, pet supplies (dog and cat), & pet related gifts for people. Pets on leash are welcome to go inside and shop. See Details
Range Pond State Park Dogs are allowed to join their owners at Range Pond State Park in Poland, Maine. Located along the northeast shore of beautiful Lower Range Pond, you'll discover a sand beach swim area and a picnic spot that overlooks the water. There are a couple of pet-friendly trails that weave around the park as well, including Old Fields Trail that loops through the pine forest at Range Pond and the Railroad Trail that leads through old logging roads and railroad beds, with just one short hill. Visitors should be aware that pets aren't allowed on State Park beaches between April 1 and September 30. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy the park if they are on a leash under six feet and all mess is cleaned up after them. Range Pond State Park is open every day of the week from 9am until sunset. See Details
L.L. Bean L.L. Bean is pet-friendly. Bring your dog to this outlet store to sniff out deals on classic garments made by a much-loved brand. L.L. Bean is open Sunday through Thursday from 10am to 6pm and Friday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm. See Details
Hedgehog Mountain Trail Head Hedgehog Mountain Trail Head is the starting point for a great network of pet-friendly trails. The pathways are marked and most loop back to the parking area. Rules state dogs may be off leash if under voice control. See Details
Doubling Point Lighthouse Doubling Point Lighthouse is pet-friendly. This lighthouse on the Kennebec River in Arrowsic, Maine was established in 1898, fifteen years after the founding of the Bath Iron Works, a major shipbuilder up the river. The trail to the lighthouse is pretty and well worth a visit with your leashed pup. The lighthouse can be accessed every day of the week from 8am to 6pm. See Details
Monhegan Island trails About 12 miles of trails, often steep and strenuous, lead through wooded areas and over rocky ledges up to the highest ocean cliffs on the Maine coastline. Volunteers and experienced woodsmen work tirelessly to improve the trails but there will always be a slippery spot or a steep climb. Get a trail map at an Island shop before setting out with your leashed dog. Most of the Island is wild land, with woods and undergrowth so thick you can’t cut across from one trail to another without becoming lost. The trail map published by the Monhegan Associates, showing trails, their names, their numbers, and their difficulty, is reliable, cheap, and easily available. You can view it online but really should plan on purchasing one (for a nominal fee) to carry when you hike away from the Village. You’ll be charged boat fare for your dog and are expected to dispose of its waste as in a city. See Details
Merrymeeting Dog Park The Merrymeeting Dog Park In Memory of Jake Horgan is a completely fenced 1.5 acre dog park with separate areas for small dogs and all dogs. Situated along the Androscoggin River Bicycle and Pedestrian Path, the park has beautiful views of the river and is open year round. It is maintained on a daily basis by the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department groundskeepers. The park includes double-gated entries, benches, Dogipots, and signage. A water feature will be added in summer 2013. Parking is at the end of Water St. The dog park is 800 feet from the parking lot and is next to a public toilet facility. See Details
Mount Apatite Mount Apatite in Auburn, ME, features lots of dog-friendly hiking trails rated easy to moderate with a few spots for Fido to swim. It is the same parking lot as the baseball fields; park towards the back and follow the trail. In the winters, the trail is groomed for cross country skiing and snow shoeing. In the spring, summer, and fall, the trails are open to mountain bikers, runners, hikers, and other non-motorized trail users. See Details
Bradbury Mountain State Park Bradbury Mountain State Park is dog-friendly. Covering 730 acres of forested land in total, the park is home to 21 miles of hiking trails that can be used to explore the area. Bradbury Mountain is 485 foot high and offers wonderful views of the surrounding area from the top. Visitors recommend checking the area out during the fall season to witness the array of colors on the trees in every direction. Fido is welcome to join you on a leash under six feet, as long as owners clean up after them. Bradbury Mountain State Park is open every day of the week from 9am until sunset. See Details
Androscoggin River Bicycle & Pedestrian Path This is primarily an on-leash walk, but you are likely to come across a few well-behaved dogs off-leash. It is a paved “trail” that goes from the Cooks Corner area to Brunswick and is about 3.5 miles long (in one direction). People bike, Rollerblade, walk with baby carriages, jog, walk or run with their pets, and speed-walk here at all times of year. The road is plowed and sanded in the wintertime. See Details
Terison Apple Orchard Terison Apple Orchard is a pet-friendly picking spot in Cumberland for dogs and their owners to enjoy together. One of the owners runs her own pet sitting service, so she knows about the importance of keeping your pooch with you when you're making memories. Dogs must stay on a leash during their visit and when they get hot, they'll be provided with some water to cool them down. Terison Apple Orchard is open every day of the week from 9am to 5pm during the season. See Details
Androscoggin Riverlands State Park Androscoggin Riverlands State Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are allowed to join their owners near Maine's second largest urban area and enjoy the 2,675-acre expanse with 12 miles of river frontage. There are numerous trails located at the park, including 12 miles of multi-use and 10 miles of hiking trails. Pet owners are reminded to keep their animals on a leash for the duration of their visit and to clean up any mess that they leave behind. See Details
Lowell Preserve Trailhead Lowell Preserve Trailhead is pet-friendly. From here, you can make your way around over 300 acres of forest conservation area that has more than 8 miles of trails for all types of users from hikers to ATV users. Leashed pups are welcome to join you. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess left behind. See Details
Auburn Riverwalk at Bonney Park Auburn Riverwalk at Bonney Park is pet-friendly. Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, Bonney Park is a hub for the new Riverwalk trail and a link to the Lewiston park system over the Trestle Bridge. Bring your dog along, but don't forget to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
Sebago to the Sea Trail Sebago to the Sea Trail is a pet-friendly trail stretching 28 miles from Sebago Lake to Casco Bay. The trail winds alongside the Presumpscot River for much of the way. The trail has expanded over the years since the first section was created back in 2007, but is still awaiting completion. Make sure you keep Fido on a leash on the trail in case you meet some local wildlife along the way. See Details
Abacus Abacus is a dog friendly store! Bring your dog while you shop and he might even get a treat from them! See Details