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Dog Areas in Bergenfield

19 Parks
2 Trails
3 Groomers

If you're looking for a sleepy little town with a strong sense of community and historic buildings lining picturesque streets, you'll feel right at home in Bergenfield. This family-friendly borough in Bergen County was ranked the second best city to raise a child in all of New Jersey, which means it's a safe place to live or visit for every member of the family, fur and human children included!

One of the best dog-friendly places you can go to learn about the history of Bergenfield is Clarence W Brett Park at Historic New Bridge Landing. This is a paved path that meanders right along the Hudson River. You will find monuments along the way which explain important historical events that happened here. The large grassy areas on both sides of the path are perfect for picnics or a game or two of catch. 

While you are here, you can stop and pay your respects to the soldiers that have given their lives throughout the years at the Veterans' Memorial Park. The trails that wind through the park lead to a large space with the names to commemorate the fallen as well as those who are MIA.

Whether you and your furry friend need some peace and quiet, or you're looking for somewhere to settle down and call home, Bergenfield is the pawfect place!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bergenfield

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,675/sq mi

    #1 Historic Boro

    The Bergenfield Boro is a city park that combines the history of the city with lush green spaces that you and your mutt will fall head over paws for! There are multiple trails that you and your dog can walk here. You will find community events posted on the event board; there are even some dog-friendly events that happen all year long. The museum is open seasonally, but dogs aren't allowed in. You will find something new to do with each visit. There are public restrooms with water fountains and trash cans throughout. Just remember your leash and a water dish, and you'll be all set for a full day of fun!
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    Population Density 9,675/sq mi

    #2 Church Street

    Apart from being a local favorite fishing spot, Cooper's Pond is a beautiful area with tons of space to run and play. The cobblestone path is the perfect place to enjoy a quiet stroll with a leashed pooch. Recently, the community came together to restore the historic red barn that is on the pond's property. The memory garden is tended by locals, and flowers are often donated by ones wanting to remember their loved ones. Bring your camera -- this spot is the pawfect place for a photo op! You and your dog will love walking the trails or barking at the squirrels. Be sure to bring water and waste baggies with you.
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    Population Density 9,675/sq mi

    #3 Washington

    While you are in town, you and your dog should stop by The Recipe for  a nice meal. They have five dog-friendly tables that tend to fill up fast, so you may want to call ahead. While the fare is mostly Italian, you can get steak and veal as well. Vegetarians will also find plenty of options to enjoy here. This is a BYOB establishment, so keep that in mind if you want to chow down here. This furrific Fido-friendly eatery is open late, so you can grab a late-night snack to-go if you'd prefer to spend the night in with your pooch. Be sure to bring a leash and water bowl with you.
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    Population Density 6,742/sq mi

    #4 bellevue Ave

    Montclair is about a half-hour drive from Bergenfield, but it has the closest place for your dog to get off of his leash and play. Brookdale Dog Park is set up to give your boisterous buddy the pawfect place to be himself. The six-foot fences are designed to keep your dog safe while he plays with the other dogs. There are two areas to play in: one for larger dogs and the other for smaller ones. If you want to get some exercise, you and your dog could walk around the park on the trails. You'll just need to keep your furry friend on a leash.
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    Population Density 6,742/sq mi

    #5 Park St

    While you are visiting Montclair, you will want to check out Just Jakes. The patio is always open to well-behaved dogs, as long as they are on a leash. The fare is burgers, flatbreads, and sandwiches. Or, you could be adventurous and try the Chicken Caprese; it's a local favorite. They also offer a ribeye if you want something more hearty. The staff is always friendly and ready to serve you and your hungry hound. This is the place to come to after a full day of playing at the dog park. It is only about thirty minutes from Bergenfield.
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