The Orono, Maine bog board walk! Located on forest ave from Orono to Bangor, this forest adventure land offers miles and miles of dog friendly hiking and biking trails that take you through the beautiful forests of North/Central Maine! Benches and picnic tables are provided for when you or your pup need to take a nice rest!
You're welcome to enjoy the menu which features lots of dishes from their wood-fired oven (as well as a fantastic offering of raw bar choices) with your pooch in tow in the outdoor bar area. Fast and friendly service.
You and your pup can enjoy spectacular views of the harbor as well as fantastic fare on the deck. When the view is gone after sunset, you can sit in front of the fire pit with the post-prandial libation of your choice--water, of course, for Fido!
Beautiful Park with carriage roads to walk your dogs. This park offers great views of the ocean, mountains and even ponds. Pets may not be left unattended and need to be leashed or otherwise physically restrained at all times. Pets are allowed in all park locations except Sand Beach, Echo Lake Beach, Isle au Haut campground, ladder trails, and inside public buildings. It is requested that dogs are not brought on any ranger-led activities. Service dogs or sight-guiding dogs may accompany their owner to all park locations unless the area is closed to all visitors.
The park even offers a restaurant to dine along with your furry friends, Jordan Pond House Restaurant which is right along one of the trails/carriage road.
Well, honestly, of course they allow dogs! How could they not?! In fact, if you bring your own coffee hound to Coffee Hound Coffee Bar, they'll take a pic of your pooch and post it to their Facebook page!
Classic seafood fare--raw bar, chowder, lots of lobster options, fried clams, fried shrimp, fried haddock, fried scallops. In other words, perfection. Enjoy it all with your pooch outside on their deck.
The classic seasonally open Maine lobster shack. All the seating is outside and your pup is welcome. It's all about the lobster but they also have steamed mussels and steamed clams. And a chicken wrap, if you are a total landlubber.
Lobster, lobster, everywhere: Lobster Poutine, Lobster Cargot, Flash-fried Lobster, Lobster Bisque, Lobster Mac 'n' Cheese, Lobster Roll, Twin Lobster Bake, Maine Lobster Dinner. Oh yeah, and there is other stuff--lots and lots of insanely delicious choices. Get a table outside and you can enjoy it all with your pooch.
Acadian offers pet-friendly boat tours in and around Acadia National Park: nature cruises, puffin and seabird tours; and tours of Somes Sound. You'll see lighthouses, mansions, spectacular scenery, and hopefully lots of sea life, including porpoises, seals, and eagles. You'll need to keep your pup on a short leash.
A fantastic breakfast place, particularly if you are an omelet or Benedict lover, with tons of choices for customizing your eggs. The dinner menu is wonderfully eclectic, with flavor influences coming from everywhere. You and your pooch can dine together on the porch.
There is a limited but delicious menu offered at this farm-to-table eatery, including wood-fired pizza. Your pooch is welcome on the back patio and on the deck. This is a seasonal restaurant that closes during the winter months.
They serve wonderful crepe dinners in a casual atmosphere. There's also a selection of sweet crepes. Always a great assortment of ice cream [local maker-Round Top] confections of all sorts & sizes, and they've added gelato--very yummy. Also a huge variety of board games to occupy friends & family. And there's a good selection of music to enjoy. Karen, Scoops' owner, has always been welcoming of dogs. And she serves my pooch, Chance, his special favorite. It's in heart of town, can't miss it's a small town!
A combo bar and restaurant with an eclectic menu--burgers, pizza, wings, classic fried seafood offerings, and sandwiches but also fun stuff like Wild Dulse Chips, flatbreads with cool toppings like scallops and bacon (yes, together!), and fried cheese curds. You and your pup are welcome at the tables outside.