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Dog Areas in Alpine, NJ

1 Park
13 Trails

Alpine is one of the many small boroughs found in Bergen County. Alpine enjoys a close proximity to its neighboring state of New York. No veterinary clinics operate in the borough's boundaries but it is a very short distance to any kind of veterinary care your pup may need. Emergency and specialty care can be found within a twenty-mile radius of the borough.  

Alpine is the home address for Palisades Interstate Park. This linear park has 2,500 acres of land set aside for conservation and recreation. It follows the Hudson River for twelve miles and is a half a mile wide. Palisades is designated as a National Historic Site. People will find a place to fish, boat, picnic, and sightsee. 

People with pups can get a workout on the thirty miles of trails. The Long Path and the Shore Trail will take a hiker for the entire twelve-mile length of the park. They are the main two trails.  Both of these trails are easy to moderately difficult for hikers. The one exception is a section of the Shore Trail called the "Giant Stairs," which has a boulder field and then a steep ascent.  

Five trails connect Long Path and Shore Trail. The six ski trails are available for hiking off-season. Dogs are allowed on-leash on the hiking trails. Hikers will experience some exceptional views of the river and some inspiring scenery. Some parts of Palisades, such as picnic areas and buildings, do not allow dogs.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Alpine, NJ

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    Population Density 4,745/sq mi

    #1 Hospital/Pascack Brook

    It is a six-mile drive west of Alpine to Westwood. Here, a person with a pent-up pup will find the West Woof Dog Run. This dog park has two fully fenced enclosures for off-leash exercise. One section is set aside for small dogs too. Those paws will run on a ground of mulch and dirt. Yes, sometimes dirt on those paws will happen! A sign of a very good time. A hose is available for a good rinse off. Kiddie pools show up in the hot months so remember to bring a towel. Human companions will find several park benches.  In the main park, a hike on an almost mile-long loop trail will give both person and pup a good stretch. A leash is required in the main park areas.
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    Population Density 2,458/sq mi

    #2 Paramus

    A journey of ten miles west of Alpine will take a person and pup to Paramus. The Van Saun County Park has 146 acres of fun space for people to enjoy. It includes a zoo, picnic areas, a fishing lake, and a 1.5-mile hiking trail. Dogs can't go to the zoo but can walk on a leash with their person on the hiking trail. The best feature, of course, is the dog park. This fully fenced playground for your pup lets your pup rid the leash and exercise with other canine pals. A separately fenced area keeps the smaller dogs safe while they play. The surface is gravel covered so pups stay relatively clean here. Waste bags are provided.
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    Population Density 1,683/sq mi

    #3 Prospect Avenue

    Woodcliff Lake is located eleven miles north of Alpine. Wood Dale County Park has 118 acres of recreational space. The dog park is a pawfect opportunity for a pup to get some exercise! It is a fully fenced enclosure for off-leash fun. All dogs of every size play together in this single space. Good manners are a must. Toys are sure to be found in this dog park. Things like tennis balls and frisbees are shared by all. Water spigots make it convenient to stay hydrated. Doggie waste baggies will be found in the waste stations. It is simple to do that clean up duty!
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    Population Density 5,921/sq mi

    #4 Borough Center

    Leonia is located eleven miles south of Alpine. Overpeck Dog Run will put some woof into even the oldest hound dog. This completely fenced enclosure lets dogs run sans leash. A separately fenced section is reserved for smaller dogs. The ground is grass with patches of dirt. Dogs will get some good sniffs of the outdoors in this dog park. Several pieces of agility equipment, including ramps and tunnels, add to the amenities.  The human companions will appreciate the many benches under large shade trees. No water is available on-site. The main park features five miles of walking trails. A leash is required in the main park.
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    Population Density 4,429/sq mi

    #5 E Ridgewood Ave

    Ridgewood is located twelve miles west of Alpine. Ridgewood Bark Park offers a pup a chance to play with other pups free of a leash. This dog park has two fully fenced play areas. One area is set aside for safer small dog play. A double-gated entry helps make sure that no furry friend gets lost visiting the dog park.  Pups will find grass, mulch, and some patches of dirt on their paws as they run and explore here. A few pieces of agility equipment can be used to sharpen some competitive skills or just add to the exercise. Many large old trees keep the place shaded during those hot summer days.
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