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Dog Areas in Bedminster

5 Parks
4 Trails
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

The Bedminster Township is a place most people with dogs with love to live. This tiny town of fewer than 10,000 people has dedicated 34 acres of land for recreational use. This acreage includes five parks which provide green spaces for leashed dogs.  

The Knox Avenue Recreation Area invites a person with their pup to walk on its easy paved path complete with game tables and benches along the way. Miller Lane Park is another one of the township's small outdoor spots. It has a playground area and shaded picnic area as well as fishing -- an outdoor activity many people can enjoy with a furry friend. Pluckemin Schoolhouse Park offers some green space as well as picnic sites complete with barbecue grills.

The township has several walking paths, with the longest being a 2.6-mile trail that connects two of its neighborhoods, the Village and the Hills. This trail begins at Main and Elm streets and takes the walker on a path shaded by dozens of native trees and near many of the township's parks. A leashed dog may trek on all the township's pathways.

After a brisk walk or outing, chow down at any of the township's dog-friendly eateries! The Cafe Carriage House, located at 302 US-202, offers up some tasty sandwiches. There is one-dog friendly picnic table for a person and a pup to sit down for burger or panini. Rocco's Pizza and Restaurant welcomes canine customers at their seven outdoor tables, and serves hearty Italian fare for lunch and dinner.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bedminster

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    Population Density 313/sq mi

    #1 Pluckemin

    The Pluckemin neighborhood of Bedminster is in the southern part of the township. Here, hunting hounds will find Burnt Mills Park. This park has over ten acres of green space for a person and their pup to explore.  The first stop, of course, will be the park's dog park. This half-acre, grassy field is the pawfect place to romp leash-free. This is a one-size-fits-all dog park, which means there aren't separate areas for small and large pooches here. If your petite pug can't handle ruffhousing with the big boys, you might want to stay within the main park. No water is available on-site, but waste stations are stocked for easy pick-ups. In the main park, there are many of green open spaces for more exercise on-leash. Picnic sites are a welcome resting spot.
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    Population Density 316/sq mi

    #2 Bedminster

    The Far Hills neighborhood offers great activities for a person with a fur baby. River Road Dog Park offers pups a full half-acre of fully enclosed space to call their own. There are no separate areas here -- all dogs play together regardless of size, so good manners are a must. As long as your pooch can play well with others, she'll pawsitively love this park! This dog park features amply stocked waste stations and a few benches where pet parents can take a break. No water is available on-site, so bring water and a bowl -- and maybe some to share. Afterward, leash up and check out the main park, which is an access point for the walking trail as well as fishing.
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    Population Density 1,611/sq mi

    #3 Green Brook City Limits

    Green Brook City Limits is fifteen miles east of Bedminster. Central Bark Park has two fully fenced green spaces where pooches can have a howlin' good time! The larger area has a pavilion, water, and abundance of shade. It is the place where the human companions can generally be found. Dogs enjoy the large run area where they have plenty of space to sniff out some new canine companions. The second, smaller run area has few amenities for people, and is dedicated solely to the small pups. A walking track outside the dog park is a grrreat way for a person and leashed pup to get some exercise together. Waste stations around the dog park help everyone keep the park tidy.
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    Population Density 6,304/sq mi

    #4 Lewis Morris Park

    Eighteen miles north, you'll find Lewis Morris Dog Park, a woof-derful place to pad some paw and have fun with furry friends! This dog park is a fully fenced, paved area for dogs to file down those nails while meeting a few new pals. There is a separate area for the small dogs too. Water is not immediately available on-site, but still not too far away. A doggie waste bag station is supplied at the dog park for easy pick-ups. The lack of seating makes some of the human companions a bit uncomfortable, but the dogs don't mind! The main park offers a great on-leash hike with over twelve miles of forested ground to explore.
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    Population Density 2,155/sq mi

    #5 Beverwyck


    Twenty-seven miles might seem like a long way to drive for a dog park, but your pooch will bark his praises when you arrive at Cameron Dog Park! The dog park doesn't leave small dogs out -- there is a separately fenced space just for them! Water is provided on-site, so no worries if you leave that water bottle behind. Waste baggies are supplied at the dog park too, so you and Fido have everything you need. This natural terrain is beloved by pups as they scamper through some long summer grass. Human companions, though, with less nimble feet, should walk carefully -- the terrain has uneven spots. A large tree gives some limited shade, and there are a few seats where dog owners can chill out while watching over their pups. This dog park requires registration with the city prior to visiting.

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