Pompton Plains is an established community within Pequannock Township. The community benefits greatly from being within this township. Its surburbanite folk have access to the numerous recreational spaces of Pequannock. People with a canine family member will flourish living in Pompton Plains! One veterinary clinic operates in the community and will attend to your pup's routine and emergency needs. The surrounding communities boast every kind of specialty care a pup may need.
Many green spaces are also readily accessible. Pequannock Township has dedicated fifteen places for recreational use -- six can be found within the Pompton Plains community. Mountainside Park has six trails of varying lengths and difficulty to explore with your leashed pup. Some are a bit challenging. A trek up the mountainside provides a good workout and a scenic view. On a clear day, a hiker may be rewarded by the sight of the New York City skyline. Numerous picnic sites can also be found in Mountainside. Aquatic Park includes sixty-four acres dedicated to conservation, and its access to the river makes it a fine destination for a resident angler accompanied by a leashed buddy.
The Pompton Aquatic Park follows the Pompton River. It spans two counties -- Passaic and Morris -- and several communities. Ten acres of the park are situated in Pompton Plains and the remaining twenty-nine are in Passaic. This linear park is home to an extensive trail that's open to leashed pups. This trail system is one of three in Pequannock Township. All trail maps are posted on the township's website.