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Stroll with your dogs through Scituate Harbor and the Harbor Walk. The Harbor Walk offers informational signage about the history of these areas of town and connects the end of the Harbor to Old Scituate Light, offering great views.
Along the walk, various businesses supply dog treats and water bowls. Rudolph Adamo Salon always has a jar of Milk Bone treats.
Head over to Greenbush Village and reserve an outdoor table at Untold Brewery to enjoy a craft beer. The brewery recently redesigned their taproom and outdoor space to accommodate parties of four. The brewery and their staff love dogs and will supply you with a water bowl. They also have a dog toy shaped like one of their signature beer cans. The brewery often has local food truck vendors as well as Board 143 grazing boxes available for purchase to enjoy with your favorite brew.
After lunch, check out the various nature trails throughout Scituate. On the Driftway, the AJ McEachern Trail is located in Driftway Park. This is also a great spot for bird watching. If you walk all the way to the end you will enjoy wonderful views of the Spit and the marsh.
There are other marked trails located on conservation land around town including the Ellis Estate, Hubbell Preserve, Higgins-MacAllister Preserve, Bates Lane/West End Complex, and the Crosbie Family Preserve. Maps to all these trails can be found at the links below:
If your dog is more into socializing, you can take them over to the Scituate Dog Park located on the Driftway so they can run off leash with their new dog pals.
End your day by grabbing an ice cream at either Dribbles or Nona’s Homemade and watch the sun set over the Harbor, at Driftway Park, or Old Scituate Light for a breathtaking scene.