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Pilgrim Bark Park, MA

One of the nation's best dog park!

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    One of the nation's best dog park!

    Special Interest: Dog Park

    Pilgrim Bark Park (Provincetown, MA) is an acre of off-leash play for dogs. The park was named after the first explorers of Cape Code, which includes a English Mastiff and English Springer Spaniel who were both aboard the Mayflower when it landed in Provincetown. The park has a section separated for small dogs and features a lot of sculptures in the park. Provincetown is very dog friendly, so take your dog out for a stroll in town and a bite to eat after playing! You could enjoy the rest of the day biking and playing at Cape Cod National Seashore.

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    Location: Provincetown, MA | Cape Cod | Massachusetts
    Activities: Dog Park

    Items Needed: Poop Bags, Water, Paw Protection, Sun Protection, First Aid

    Safety: Please follow rules and regulations provided by the dog park. Generally, dogs should be fully vaccinated and non-aggressive towards other dogs.

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