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It is hard to imagine many places a dog is happier than at a beach. Whether 
running around on the sand, jumping in the water, digging a hole or just lying in the sun, every dog deserves a day at the beach. But all too often dog owners stopping at a sandy stretch of beach are met with signs designed to make hearts - human and canine alike - droop: NO DOGS ON BEACH. Below is a quick traveling tour of America's beaches with each state ranked from the most dog-friendly (****) to the worst (*).cute dog accessories

DOGS ON ATLANTIC OCEAN BEACHES (traveling North to South)

The rocky coast of Maine (***) is mesmerizing to look at but doesn't leave much 
room for sandy beaches. Dogs are generally banned from the beaches at the many 
small state parks along the Maine coast, but dog owners will find more friendly 
sands on the town beaches. Around Portland, the state's biggest city, and the tourist 
towns of the Southern Coast dogs are often allowed on the beach anytime Labor Day 
to Memorial Day and in the mornings and evenings during the summer. The 
spectacular Acadia National Park is one of America's most dog-friendly national 
parks but does not allow dogs on its beaches.cute dog accessories

It is lucky for dog lovers that New Hampshire (*) has only 18 miles of coastline. State 
beaches and parks don't allow dogs on the sand at all. If you must stop in New 
Hampshire, try the Grand Island Common in New Castle or Foss Beach in Rye during 
the off-season from October to late May.cute dog accessories

Around Boston, the beaches of the North Shore are off-limits to dogs during the 
summer but other towns in Massachusetts (****) are more generous - dogs are 
usually allowed year-round with restrictive hours in the summer. Cape Cod, 
however, is the best destination for beach-loving dogs in New England. Cape Cod 
National Seashore, America's first national seashore, allows dogs on the beach 
anytime outside the swimming areas (and not on the trails). The curviture of the 
Cape limits sightlines down the beach and gives the park the impression of being 
comprised of a series of dune-backed private coves. The two tourist islands off 
southern Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard, are both extremely dog- 
friendly - on Nantucket, dogs can even take the shuttle to the beach.

The beaches of Rhode Island (**) are kept dog-free during the summer but if you 
take the ferry to Block Island, dogs can enjoy the black sand beaches throughout the 
year. In Newport, you can take your dog on the fabled Cliff Walk (poop bags are 
provided at the trailhead) through the backyards of America's rich and famous. The 
hike begins at Bailey's Beach, which welcomes dogs from Labor Day to Memorial 

The sandy beaches of Connecticut (*) are not known for being dog-friendly. But 
many aren't that friendly to people either, with restricted access being common. If 
your dog is hankering to try the benign waves of the Long Island Sound, stop in 
Groton. Dogs are not allowed to experience America's most famous beach at 
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The further east you go out on Long Island the more dog-friendly New York (**) 
becomes but whether on the north shore or south shore you can find a place to get 
your dog to the sea. Dog owners must pass on the prime destinations at Jones 
Beach and Fire Island National Seashore until reaching the Hamptons, where the tails 
of surf-loving dogs will start wagging. Many towns in the Hamptons offer dog- 
friendly sand and at Montauk, on the very tip of Long Island, several beaches allow 
dogs year-round, including Gin Beach on the Block Island Sound. The wide, white- 
sand beaches of the Jersey shore are some of America's most popular and there isn't 
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