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New England Road Trip (2 Adults + Doggie)

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Background info: me & my husband (late twenties) + pitbull / vegan

We're from NJ and are planning a New England road trip for the 2nd week of August. We're hoping to visit New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. If possible, we'd like to visit Vermont, but we're not sure if we'll be able to fit it on this trip. We have Monday-Monday. The only thing we have planned at the moment is that we definitely want to visit Pawtucket (we've been before but only for one day) for a PawSox game. This would either be on Friday or Saturday.

We'd like to visit Cape Cod, Newport, Rockport & Gloucester, beaches that allow dogs, take lots of photos, and possibly camp in some spots.

Any suggestions on things to do with our dog in tow, vegan-friendly restaurants, good places to camp are welcome! We normally book hotels via Priceline, but since we'll have our dog, we can't really go this route since there's no guarantee they'll be dog-friendly. We'll probably end up finding Holiday Inns/Comfort Inns/etc. along the way that allow dogs. If anyone has any suggestions on specific hotels vs. camp sites in some of the areas we'll be visiting, that would be helpful. Also, any advice on cutting hotel costs (AAA membership worth buying?) would be helpful.

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