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Dog Areas in Bloomfield, NJ

12 Parks
2 Trails
3 Shops
4 Eateries
2 Groomers

Located just 45 minutes northwest of New York City, Bloomfield is a wonderful town with several parks and green spaces your pup is going to love. 

Stop by the Morris Canal Park off Broughton Avenue and enjoy hiking along the paths and admiring the beautiful flower beds. When you need a change of scenery, Felton Field on Floyd Avenue is another great choice to spend time with your pup. With over three acres of open space, your pooch can run around and frolic in the grass while the kids play at the Tot-Lot.

Most families enjoy going out for dinner and leaving your pup at home does not have to be the only option. Spice Thai Cuisine is a friendly neighborhood restaurant where you can relax on the outdoor dog-friendly patio while enjoying some curry or duck dishes.

Quality veterinarian care can also be found at three clinics in Bloomfield. Purchasing healthy and nutritious dog food and snacks is also important to keep your pup happy, and the Brookdale Pet Center offers a variety of pooch-friendly products for your convenience. 

Getting out of the big city and hanging out in the suburban town of Bloomfield will be a pawsome time for Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bloomfield, NJ

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    Population Density 5,737/sq mi

    #1 Watsessing Park


    Situated right in the middle of town, the Watsessing Dog Park is a great place for pups to mingle and socialize. The large area features separate parks for large and small dogs, and each has its own doggie water fountain and waste stations. The park also offers some agility equipment for the pups, and there are shaded benches for pooch parents. When Fido needs some extra space to run and play, he will not be disappointed with this park. Enjoy dinner at the nearby Bloomfield Steak and Seafood House, where you and Fido can eat on the outdoor patio with a cozy fire pit. The wait staff will even bring your pup his own water bowl.

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    Population Density 979/sq mi

    #2 Brookdale Park


    Fido gives two paws up for the Brookdale Dog Park off West Circuit Drive. The fenced park includes areas for smaller or shy pups, and larger dogs. Your pooch will also enjoy doggie drinking fountains and agility equipment where he can show off his skills. Puppy parents can also relax on the shaded benches and chat while their pups sniff butts and get to know each other. If you head over to the park in the morning, stop by Hot Bagels Abroad and enjoy some breakfast at the dog-friendly tables. Visiting the park in the afternoon gives you the opportunity to stop by Rita’s Italian Ice for an ice cream cone.

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    Population Density 842/sq mi

    #3 Brookdale Gardens


    Quiet and peaceful, the Clark Pond Park on Clair Street is perfect when you want to get away and spend quality time with your pup. You can walk along the nature path and admire the plants and animals, or set up a chair next to the pond and try to catch some fish. Fido will enjoy rolling around in the grass while you both enjoy a cool drink of water. The Tot-lot and lighted tennis courts are also convenient if the kids want to play. Just remember to bring your own water bottles and poop bags. 

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    Population Density 5,274/sq mi

    #4 Pulaski Park


    When searching for a safe place to walk your pup at night, Pulaski Park offers lighted tennis courts where you can walk laps around the perimeter and give Fido some exercise. Over six-acres of land is perfect to spend time with your pooch while he has a snifftastic time in the grass and plants. The kids can play on the Tot-lot while the teens play tennis or basketball, and Fido chases a ball. After walking a few laps, sit at one of the benches and enjoy a cool drink, but remember to bring your own clean up bags. 

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    Population Density 899/sq mi

    #5 Vassar Field


    Nice and well-maintained, Vassar Field off Byrd Avenue is a great neighborhood park to spend time with your two and four-legged children. There are over 6-acres of space featuring a basketball court and a playground for the kids. You and Fido can walk laps around the park or relax on a shaded bench and socialize with friends. When it’s time for dinner, gather up the kids and the dog and head over to MEAL where you can meet, eat, and lounge. Sit on the outdoor patio and enjoy steak or seafood while your pooch cools off with a cool drink. 

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