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Dog Areas in Bernardsville

4 Parks
2 Trails
4 Eateries
3 Groomers

Bernardsville, in years past, was the country destination for the wealthy needing a break from the big city.  Many New Yorkers ended up making Bernardsville their home. Today, it has all the small town charm but with a touch of big-city sophistication. The town's only veterinary hospital offers state-of-the-art laser treatment for arthritis and wound treatment.

Bernardsville also has several parks that a person with a pup will appreciate. New Jersey Brigade Area has a beautiful trail through some heavy forest. A wooden bridge takes you and your leashed dog across a sparkling creek. Beware, though -- bears have been known to frequent this park and surprise a hiker! 

A safer alternative for a walk in the woods may be had at New Jersey Audubon's Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary. This nature preserve has several nice trails through forest, plain, and wetlands. The rules do not allow dogs, unfortunately. However, people with dogs have hiked there without issue. 

A quick stretch with your leashed pup can be found at the very small Bernardsville Recreation Department.  This small park has some green space for a short breath of fresh air. Two benches by a small pond give you and your furry companion a place to reconnect and relax.  

For a nice lunch, head to Kings Food Market on Morristown Road. This restaurant serves a variety of sandwiches, including vegetarian and gluten-free options. An outdoor table awaits you and your four-legged friend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bernardsville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 597/sq mi

    #1 Bernardsville

    Bernardsville has a touch of class waiting for you and your preppy pup. The Bernards Inn on Mine Brook Road serves gourmet American cuisine. This upscale restaurant is known for its extensive wine list. On Mondays, people dining with their pup are welcome at eight dog-friendly tables just for them. If it isn't Monday, you and your four-legged companion can try out The Station, which offers tantalizing appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, and more. Monterey Gourmet on Morristown Road also has six tables on its patio waiting for you and your dog. This restaurant serves salads and wraps as well as take-out gourmet dinners. Bone Appetit!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,120/sq mi

    #2 Ledgewood

    The Ledgewood neighborhood in Roxbury Township is a short five miles north of Bernardsville. A stop at Emmans Park will put a spark back in Sparky! Roxbury Dog Park is one of the sweet amenities of Emmans.  This dog park has an eighth of an acre fully fenced for some off-leash socializing with some new four-pawed pals. A separately fenced spot for small dogs lets them play with friends their own size. Agility equipment can be found in the large dog enclosure, including a bridge and a tube-tunnel. The surface is pea gravel that stays usable even after a hard rain. Visitors need to pay a small fee to the city to use the dog park.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,420/sq mi

    #3 Morristown

    Morristown is located seven miles north of Bernardsville. Lewis Morris Park offers a person and pup 2,000 acres of recreational land to explore, and is the pawfect place to go hiking! Twelve miles of trails of varying lengths and difficulties await you and your pooch. If Fido would rather ditch the leash and run free, paw on over to Lewis Morris Dog Park! Human companions have many shaded benches from which to sit and supervise their dogs having fun in one of two separate, fenced sections for large and small breeds. The surface is mostly paved with a few patches of grass. Waste stations provide waste bags. The dog park is open from 9 a.m until sunset.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,259/sq mi

    #4 Beverwyck

    Parsippany is located eighteen miles north of Bernardsville. Cameron Dog Park is operated by the city of Parsippany, and visitors must be registered before using the dog park. This dog park gives dogs some outdoor space to exercise without being confined to a leash. Two spacious, grassy enclosures give dogs a pawesome time playing with some furry friends their own size. Locals note the natural terrain is uneven and can be problematic for human companions with limitations. Dogs don't seem to mind it, though! A plastic tunnel adds to the fun of the place. Water is available on-site, and doggie waste bags are in good supply.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #5 Mountainside

    Mountainside is located twenty miles east of Bernardsville. A three-acre dog park at Echo Lake Park makes the pawfect outing for you and your furry companion! This dog park is fully fenced and has a separate fenced area just for the smaller canines. Your dog will love throwing off that leash and running with the pack of friendly fur buddies here. Numerous shaded benches give the human companions a chance to relax. A water fountain and dog bowls are supplied by the park, but you'll need to bring your own waste bags. The terra firma is made up of a mixture of grass and dirt, which can get muddy after a hard rain. Be prepared to clean up a dirty dog if you're visiting in bad weather!
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