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Kentucky's Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Abraham Lincoln Birthplace | GoPetFriendly.com

Kentucky’s Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Lincoln Birthplace

President Abraham Lincoln's life is an inspiration, and visiting his simple birthplace in Kentucky gives an even deeper appreciation of his accomplishments. Pets are welcome to enjoy the grounds with you, and together you can explore the trails here and at the Lincoln Boyhood Home at Knob Creek, just ten miles away.

Ohio's Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Holden Arboretum | GoPetFriendly.com

Ohio’s Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Holden Arboretum

Holden Arboretum is a spectacular collaboration between humans and Mother Nature. Encompassing 3,600 acres, it's one of the largest arboreta and botanical gardens in the country and a fabulous place to visit with your pet. Choose a garden path or hit miles of trails through native forests with your furry travel buddy!

Vermont's Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Dog Mountain | GoPetFriendly.com

Vermont’s Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Dog Mountain

The Dog Mountain website says it best: "Dogs are not just welcome here, they are cherished!" This 150-acre former farm is always open to the public and dogs are welcome to shed their leashes to run, play, and swim in the pond. There are also hiking trails, quiet retreats, and a pet friendly chapel and art gallery.

New Hampshire's Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Mount Washington | GoPetFriendly.com

New Hampshire’s Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Mount Washington

Visiting Mount Washington is a bit tricky. The wind at the summit exceeds hurricane force more than 100 days a year, the peak is enveloped in clouds 60% of the time, and snow can fall year round. But if you're lucky enough to catch it right, you and your pet will never forget the pet friendly trails and stunning views!

Maine's Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Acadia National Park | GoPetFriendly.com

Maine’s Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Acadia National Park

Acadia is one of the most pet friendly national parks in the country, so you'll find plenty to do here with your best friend. There are more than 100 miles of trails to sniff, all of the carriage roads are open to pets, and pets are even welcome on the free shuttles that run throughout the park and around the island!

Massachusetts' Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Boston's Freedom Trail | GoPetFriendly.com

Massachusetts’ Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Boston’s Freedom Trail

Boston's Freedom Trail connects 16 of our country's most significant historical landmarks - locations that played a pivotal role in America's rebellious beginning. The pet-friendly 2.5-mile path starts in Boston Common, where pups have two off-leash areas for sniffing and socializing in America's oldest public park!

Rhode Island's Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Newport Cliff Walk | GoPetFriendly.com

Rhode Island’s Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Newport Cliff Walk

Newport is known as the City by the Sea, and a stroll along the pet friendly Cliff Walk proves that she more than lives up to her nickname! Winding for 3.5 miles with the rocky shoreline on one side and the lush gardens of historic mansions on the other, the trail will provide you and your pet with unforgettable views.

Connecticut's Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Mystic Seaport | GoPetFriendly.com

Connecticut’s Top Pet Friendly Attraction: Mystic Seaport

Spread over 19 spectacular acres on the banks of the Mystic River, Mystic Seaport is the largest maritime museum in the United States - and very pet friendly! View magnificent old boats and learn about the nautical lifestyle that was prevalent in this part of New England in the 1800s with your furry travel buddy!

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