Special Event


Wellness on the Walkways: BARK Ranger Dog Walk

Lowell National Historical Park




Lowell NHP Visitor Center (246 Market Street).

Dates & Times


Sunday, September 4, 2022


8:30 AM


1 hour and 30 minutes

Type of Event



Together with their humans, Bark Rangers are welcome to join us for a guided walk.  This free Ranger-lead program begins at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center (246 Market Street) and will last approximately 90 minutes. Bark Ranger walks are suited for well-behaved dogs on leashes of 6 feet or less (no retractable leashes).  

During Bark Ranger programs, pets and people walk at a leisurely pace, learning about Lowell and its history as they go.  Bark Rangers and their humans are encouraged to act as responsible stewards for our public lands by following the National Park Service B.A.R.K. Ranger rules: Bag your poop, Always use a leash, Respect wildlife, and Know where you can go.  

Special note: Those without pets are always welcome to join us on these walks.  

About Wellness on the Walkways  

Join Lowell National Historical Park as we discover Lowell’s waterways as part of our Wellness on the Walkways Series of events. Get outside and stay active with a variety of activities exploring the canalways and outdoor spaces around Lowell. All programs are FREE. 


Lowell National Historical Park visitors may park at the Hamilton Canal Innovation District (HCID) parking garage at 350 Dutton Street, Lowell. Parking in this garage is available to National Park visitors at no cost provided they obtain a valid parking voucher at the Visitor Center at 246 Market Street.  

Reservation or Registration: No

Contact Information

Lowell National Historical Park