What you'll do
This is perfect for folks who really want to spend time with a sweet, friendly pack of corgis hiking some of the most beautiful outdoor scenery in America. We will meet at a designated public landmark in Acadia Park or Bar Harbor and introduce ourselves and our little furry corgi hosts. There will be between 2 to 5 corgis, and possibly more, on any hike. These little furry hosts are very people friendly and love to be cuddled and played with. Please do not bring your own dog as the pack is thoughtfully composed of corgis known to do very well together. We will be outside the entire time, so we recommend a hat, sunscreen and closed toed footwear. We will go over some basic safety rules, make sure everyone is ready to venture out. Depending on the particular trail or carriage road that we hike along, will determine our resting spots and bathroom breaks. Most hikes will be a mile and take about one hour, and level enough for baby strollers.Since all dogs in Acadia must be on a leash, we will select who wants to be the first ones to take the individual corgis on the walk. Once we start our walk, we will be talking about the history of the park, the native trees and wildlife and how important the park is to the livelihood of our region. We will have plenty of opportunity to take pictures and videos of your hike. Join us and feel the beauty and bliss of walking with corgis in Acadia
- Responsible interactions
All hosts must follow guidelines created with World Animal Protection.
- Caring expert hosts
Learn from biologists, conservationists, farmers, and more.
- Diverse animals
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I love connecting with people and sharing my love of our friendly corgis. And what better setting than in one of the most beautiful parks in America, Acadia National park in Maine. I fell in love with Acadia and Bar Harbor when I first moved to Maine in the late 1980's. I have been hiking with my dogs ever since. I became fascinated with the history of Acadia and it's beautiful carriage roads and arched granite bridges. Whenever I would take my corgis into the park, a large group of people would gather and everyone wanted to pet and play with my friendly corgis. I don't know who had bigger smiles, the people or the corgis! When we would host an Open House at our farm, the hike through the Maine forest with a loose pack of corgis was the highlight of the event. People started asking us to do special hikes to spread the Corgi Love.
bottled water will be provided, and sometimes other drinks or snacks
We often carry back-up supplies such as bug spray, sunscreen first aid. We will be taking photos and making some short video…
Where you'll be
Acadia National Park is a 47,000-acre Atlantic coast recreation area primarily on Maine's Mount Desert Island. Its landscape is marked by woodland, rocky beaches and glacier-scoured granite peaks such as Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the United States’ East Coast. There are many beautiful carriage roads with historic granite bridges plus easy footpaths along the various ponds that are well established and make an easy family stroll.
Things to keep in mind
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Up to 10 guests of all ages can attend. Must be comfortable and friendly with dogs, especially a group of dwarf style Pembroke Welsh Corgis
Hike Acadia with Corgi Dogs