US National Parks That Allow Dogs 

For many pet owners, exploring these pristine landscapes is even more fulfilling when accompanied by their furry companions.  

Thankfully, several U.S. national parks welcome dogs, offering a chance for both humans and canines to embark on memorable adventures together. 

Nestled along the rugged coastline of Maine, Acadia National Park is a haven for outdoor lovers and their four-legged friends. 

With over 120 miles of hiking trails, encompassing picturesque landscapes of forests, mountains, and rocky shores, there are ample opportunities for exploration. 

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Some popular trails to enjoy with your canine companion include the Ocean Path, Jordan Pond Path, and the scenic carriage roads. 

Dogs are welcome on most trails within the park, except for a few restricted areas.  

Just remember to keep your pup leashed and clean up after them to preserve the park's natural beauty. 

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