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Dog Areas in Audubon Park

Audubon Park is a tiny borough of about one thousand people. It has the best of small-town charm that is close to every kind of amenity a person with a pup could want. No veterinarians work within the borough's boundaries. Nevertheless, no pup suffers because any kind of veterinary care is within a short drive away. 

Philadelphia is only eight miles to the west of the borough. Many opportunities exist for some healthy outdoor excursions. Audubon Park is located in Camden County, which maintains twenty-one parks for both residents and visitors to enjoy. 

Haddon Lake Park is one such county park and is located four miles east of Audubon Park. It features over seventy acres of recreational space. People appreciate the many opportunities to get out and stretch with a leashed canine companion. Haddon has a 1.72-mile bike path, a 1.6-mile cross country trail, and a pretty and relaxing loop walking path around the lake. A gazebo and picnic sites give person and pup a chance to stop and take a break. 

Another option for some exercise is the Knight Park Playground in Collingswood. Collingswood adjoins Audubon Park on the west. Its Knight Park and Playground attracts visitors from all over with its seventy acres of green space. The walking paths in the park are a favorite for people looking to get outside with their leashed furry family member.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Audubon Park

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    Population Density 3,392/sq mi

    #1 North Park Drive

    Pennsauken is located six miles north of Audubon Park. Cooper River Dog Park gives your pup a chance to run and make a few new furry pals all without the encumbrance of a leash. This dog park has two completely fenced playgrounds! One of them is dedicated to safe small dog play. This park conveniently has water fountains within the enclosures. The surface has a gray stone and patches of green grass. Human companions appreciate the many shaded benches. It is a pawesome park for the two-legged visitors as well! You and your leashed dog can enjoy a walk together along the park's easy walking paths.
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    Population Density 3,773/sq mi

    #2 Chews Landing

    Blackwood is located nine miles north of Audubon Park. Timber Creek Dog Park is a big hit with people with pups needing a vigorous outdoor workout. This dog park has nine completely fenced acres for some running sans leash with other canine pals. A double-gated entry makes sure all pups can come in and out without a hitch. This dog park is all natural terrain and the wooded acreage makes for some cool exploration. A lake in the main park is filled with dogs getting a cooled down on a hot summer day. A two-legged person can take a hike outside on the paved and dirt trails in the main park. A leash is required on these trails.
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    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #3 Centennial Blvd

    Voorhees is located eleven miles east of Audubon Park. Connolly Dog Park is one of Camden County's most pupular spots for people with pup's needing some outdoor fun. This dog park features two completely enclosed spaces so dogs can take off that leash and sniff out a new furry pal or two! One section is completely fenced and set aside for safer small dog socialization. People and pups both like the water fountains within the dog park. The numerous toys are a big plus. The human companions will find picnic tables positioned under much-appreciated shade where they can relax while they watch over their furry pals.
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    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #4 Academy Dr/Union Mill Rd

    Mount Laurel is located fourteen miles east of Audubon Park. Laurel Acres Dog Park has two completely fenced spaces for canines to romp with other furry friends. One section of the dog park is dedicated to the smaller pups. The large dog area has an abundance of shaded seating. The small dog section has plenty of benches but no shade trees. No drinking water is located within the confines of the dog park. Also, visitors should know that rumor has it this park can get muddy after a hard rain. A dirty pup, though, can be just another sign of a woof-wonderful great time!
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    Population Density 566/sq mi

    #5 Union Street

    Medford is located eighteen miles east of Audubon Park. Freedom Dog Park truly lives up to its name! This dog park has twenty acres set aside so dogs can throw off the leash and run with other canine friends. This dog park is not completely fenced. Unfortunately, not all pups will be prepared for this extreme dog park experience -- their human friend will have to have good voice control. Also, the all dogs of every imaginable size play together here. It is a zero-tolerance zone for aggressive behavior!  A water station at the dog park entrance keeps both people and pups hydrated. The forested area makes for some beautiful hiking for people too.
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