Other Dog Activities in Henniker, NH

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Henniker, and 6 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 Henniker.

Pet Friendly Henniker Brewing Co.
Henniker Brewing Co. Brewing "with the real New Hampshire spirit of independence, hometown pride, and hard work," Henniker Brewing Company is a pet-friendly spot to grab a beer. The Brewing Company's taproom is dog-friendly, as is its outdoor area with six picnic tables, umbrellas, and a dog water bowl. The taproom sells Henniker Brewing merchandise, beer flights, growler fills, six-pack cans, pints, and snacks. Henniker Brewing Company's taproom is open Wednesday and Thursday from 12pm to 6pm, Friday and Saturday from 12pm to 7pm and Sunday from 12pm to 4pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Mt. Sunapee State Park
Mt. Sunapee State Park Mt. Sunapee State Park is dog-friendly. You and your pooch are welcome in the Mt Sunapee campground and trails. They are not permitted at the beach at any time. Pets are also restricted from the annual Arts and Crafts Festival and are not allowed at the ski area during winter months. Sections of the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway run though the park, a 75-mile trail, and lead to stunning views of the area. See Details
Rollins State Park Rollins State Park is pet-friendly. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy this lovely outdoor area located at the base of Mount Kearsarge. The picnic area, located in a natural wooded glen beneath granite ledges, is historically referred to as the Garden. Sit down with a nice picnic lunch and a treat for Fido and admire the views over Mt. Monadnock to the hills of New Hampshire's coastal plain. The summits of Pack Monadnock, Crotched and Uncanoonuc Mountains, the hills of central Massachusetts, and the Boston skyline can also be seen nearby. You and your pooch can hop on the short trail to the summit of Mt.Kearsarge at the picnic area too. Rollins State Park is open every day of the week from 9am to 4pm. See Details
Pillsbury State Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Pillsbury State Park in Washington, NH. This park is one of the more primitive of the state parks in New Hampshire, but just because it's lesser known, doesn't mean it's not beautiful. There are wooded trails that loop around a number of ponds in the park, ideal for pooches who enjoy woodland wanders. Despite popular belief, the park is not named after the Dough Boy. You and your pooch can gain access to the park from 9am to 5pm. Dogs must be on a leash for the duration of their visit and all mess cleaned up after them. See Details
Hannah Duston Memorial Historic Site Hannah Duston Memorial Historic Site is pet-friendly. Located on a small island at the confluence of the Contoocook and Merrimack Rivers, this statue erected in 1874 commemorates the escape of Hannah Duston, who was captured in 1697 in Haverhill, Massachusetts during the French and Indian War. See Details
Greenfield State Park Greenfield State Park is dog-friendly. Tucked away in this 400-acre park, you and your pooch will discover ponds, bogs, and a forest that leads to the shore of undeveloped Otter Lake. Admission is $4 for adults; $2 for children ages 6-11; children ages 5 and under and NH residents age 65 and over are admitted free. See Details
Winslow State Park Winslow State Park is dog-friendly. Located on the northwest slope of Mt. Kearsarge in Wilmot, New Hampshire, this picturesque park has plenty of places for you and your pooch to stop off and enjoy the views. The picnic area is on an 1,820-foot plateau with outstanding views of the White Mountains to the north and central Vermont peaks. You'll also be able to get up close and personal with the nearby Mt. Sunapee, Ragged Mountain, and Pleasant Lake. Dogs are welcome on the one-mile foot trail that leads from the picnic area to the summit of Mt. Kearsarge. There are other trails available too. See Details