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Dog Areas in Audubon

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The borough is named for the famous naturalist John James Audubon.  He added some of his beautiful birds from those he observed in the beautiful wooded land around the borough. This cozy borough retains its small-town charm. It has a single veterinary clinic which handles most of the health needs of your pup. Other specialty services can be found in larger communities a short drive away.  

This small community has a recreation center but does not maintain its own green spaces. Nevertheless, people with a canine friend do not have to worry about finding things to do outside! Healthy and fun exercise with your furry pal is just a short journey from the borough. 

Haddon Lake Park sits on the borough's border and is a mile west of Audubon. This park has 73.5 acres of recreational space. A person with a leashed dog can do some fishing in the lake or eat at one of the many picnic sites. A one-mile hiking trail through the woods gives you and your pup a good bit of healthy outdoor exercise. 

For a longer hike, check out the very popular Blueberry Park Trail. Blueberry Park Trail is located eight miles east in Gibbsboro. This trail takes a hiker and a leashed companion through wetlands and to the top of the hill for a view of the skyline of Philadelphia. This trail has sections that are paved and others that are gravel or dirt. Most of the trail is only of moderate difficulty. The walk through the woods offers you and your pup a great outdoor experience together.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Audubon

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    Population Density 1,867/sq mi

    #1 Westville

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    Westville is located five miles south of Audubon. Deptford Doggie Park is the pawfect place for a pup to get out and do some running. This dog park has two fully fenced spaces for off-leash exercise and play. A separate part of the dog park is reserved for the small dogs. Both sections of the dog park have pieces of agility equipment including ramps and tunnels. Your pup will get a whiff of green grass and may nose through some dirt. A water spigot on-site helps keep those thirsty pooches and their people hydrated for more playing. People need extra water here because there's not too much shade. Waste stations supply plenty of waste baggies.
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    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #2 Centennial Blvd

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    Voorhees is located nine miles east of Audubon. Connolly Dog Park makes for a woof-wonderful time for your beloved furry friend! This dog park lets your pup run without a leash safely in a completely fenced space. A section is separately fenced for the smaller dogs too. This dog park has a natural ground cover of grass with patches of dirt. A water fountain takes care of people and pups. Toys always can be found here, so throw that tennis ball or frisbee a few times. Picnic tables and benches let the human companions relax in the shade while their pups amuse themselves.
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    Population Density 3,773/sq mi

    #3 Chews Landing

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    Blackwood is located ten miles south of Audubon. Timber Creek Park is a fabulous place to take a pup that needs some freedom from a leash and a chance to burn off some energy. This dog park has nine acres of land fenced for your pup to run and find some canine pals. The adventure starts with the safe double-gated entry. All dogs regardless of size enter this one gate and share this same nine acres. The pack that plays in this park are usually extremely polite. Your pup should be too! There's rarely a problem. The area is a beautiful wooded area that the human companion can also walk through and appreciate.
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    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #4 Academy Dr/Union Mill Rd

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    Mount Laurel is located fourteen miles east of Audubon. Laurel Acres Dog Park has two fully fenced areas for some off-leash exercise and socialization. Expect a perked up pup when nearing this dog playground! This dog park features a separate space for small dog play. The paws will pad over grass and dirt. This dog park can be muddy sometimes. Unfortunately, this dog park has no water on-site. Human companions appreciate the many benches from which to supervise their pups as they play. Five trees are in the large dog area and none in the small. The lack of shade in the small dog space can be a problem on hot days. The dog park supplies waste bags.
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    Population Density 566/sq mi

    #5 North Medford

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    Medford is located sixteen miles east of Audubon. Freedom Dog Park truly offers dogs a chance to run free. This dog park gives dogs twenty acres of land of woods and field to run and play in.  This park isn't fully fenced, so if you have a runner, you might want to skip this one. Good obedience training is a must so a day a fun does not become a day of unhappiness! There's a lot of real estate for a pup to get lost in. For the right dog, though, this place does offer a unique opportunity for freedom. It includes woods, a creek, and large grassy fields. Benches and a water station are added bonuses.
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