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Dog Areas in Haledon

1 Parks
15 Shops
15 Eateries
10 Groomers

After the Civil War, the quiet farming town of Haledon, New Jersey became the streetcar city of the era. The tracks were laid throughout the lanes. The trolleys were set. People came from all over to see the connection. It was this monumental decision that brought growth to the area. Industries formed around the tracks. Newspapers latched on to the opportunity, listing maps, times, and all things concerning the trolleys. It became the hub of the city, the place to go to meet and greet. You could even ride to the park for a day of fun!

Today, Haledon is a small, close-knit community with a big heart! Your first destination in Haledon should be Hofstra Park. This is the place your dog will want to be. The park is full of beautiful nature trails for you and Fido to explore. One of the most majestic walking trails you will find is the quarry line, which provides a sweeping view of the former quarry. Before you head out, stop by one of the three vet offices in town and make sure that your pet is ready to go on your adventure. 

If you head out of town about a mile, you will find Garret Mountain Reservation. This park has over 550 acres of various activities for you and your dog. From hiking up to the waterfall to exploring the countryside, you'll have a hard time getting bored here!

Whether you're exploring Haledon or venturing into other parts of Passaic County, dog-friendly fun is never very far away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Haledon

#1 Bellevue Ave

48
Dog Parks 1
Population Density 6,742/sq mi

#1 Bellevue Ave

48
A quick, eight-mile drive will take you to Montclair. Your first stop here should be Brookdale Dog Park. The main community park features a walkway where you and your dog can get some exercise together. The highlight of this park, though, is its off-leash area. Its six-foot fences and double-gated entrance keep all the pups safe and sound. The water stations here are clean and have fresh water, and the cleaning stations are stocked with everything that you need. The trash cans are changed throughout the day as well. All you need to bring to have the pawfect day at the dog park is Fido's favorite toy!
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#2 Park St

36
Dog Parks 1
Population Density 6,742/sq mi

#2 Park St

36
While you are in Montclair, be sure to check out Just Jake's. They have a good-sized patio where you can bring your dog with you to enjoy a burger, quesadilla, or perhaps a chicken caprese salad. The staff is friendly and will even cut up a plain burger for your dog if you wish! The best thing to do is bring your own dog dish, but if you forget, you can always order a to-go box for Fido to eat out of. A leash is a must. You will also want to make sure that your dog can handle crowds, because Just Jake's is a local favorite for all pet parents. Bone Appetit!
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#3 Marshall Hill

24
Dog Parks 1
Population Density 486/sq mi

#3 Marshall Hill

24
West Milford Dog Park is about twenty miles from Haledon, in West Milford. The park has about an acre of fenced land where you can let your dog off his leash so he can sniff out some new buddies. There are several pieces of agility equipment for you and your dog to play or train on. The water is located in a separate corner to make sure that the area is always clean and fresh. The cleaning stations are well-stocked, too. There is no entrance fee, but donations are accepted. This is the perfect place to come and sit with other pet parents and watch your pup make new friends.
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#4 Morris Turnpike

12
Dog Parks 0
Population Density 1,718/sq mi

#4 Morris Turnpike

12
If you take a 25-mile trip to Short Hills, you will find The Mall at Short Hills. It might have a lackluster name, but this pet-friendly shopping center lets you and your dog can shop 'til you drop! Individual stores set their own rules, but most will allow you to bring your dog in with you to shop. The only place that you cannot bring your dog is the food court. You can rent dog strollers at the guest services desk if your pup is feeling like a diva and doesn't want to walk! This Fido-friendly shopping mall even features water fountains for dogs. A leash is required, as is good behavior.
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#5 Ramapo Valley

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 1,002/sq mi

#5 Ramapo Valley

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Mahwah may sound like a made-up name, especially if you're not local to the area, but it's a town located about thirteen miles from Haledon. This is where you will find Ramapo Valley County Reservation. There are a lot of trails for you to explore here. The out-and-back trail takes you up a hill and back down to the lake, making it pawfect for walkies. Swimming is available here as well. Some parts of the area require a leash, but there are some leash-free areas. Bears have been seen off the trails, so it is highly recommended you stay on the trail! There is water by the swimming area as well as restrooms, but most of the trails do not have water, so keep some on hand while you're exploring.
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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Haledon

Justin
Justin
Review by Jason A.

"Thank you Justin!! My schedule has been crazy and it's so nice knowing you got my girl!! She loves you!!"

1.11 mi
30m
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Justin
Justin
Review by Jason A.

"Thank you Justin!! You were very kind and sweet to work with! I'm sure Luna loved you! It's nice to know she was taken care of while I was at work! :) "

1.04 mi
32m
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