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Dog Areas in Boonton

7 Parks
5 Trails
15 Shops
15 Eateries
5 Groomers

Iron and silk are what Boonton, New Jersey run on. The city's iron mill industry provided stability during the Revolutionary War. Then, the silk mill provided resources that were invaluable. After the war,  Boonton used these resources to build carriages, which provided transport to New York City.

Can you imagine riding a horse-drawn carriage through the beautiful countryside of Boonton? Well, you won't have to, because you can see the same view the carriage passengers did when you walk along the Rails-to-Trails pathways that follow along the former rail corridor!

You'll want to bring a leash and a camera for your adventures in Boonton, especially when you visit Tourne County Park. The 9-mile trail will lead you to some of the most panoramic views that you will ever see. The best part of this park is the view of the New York City skyline. The second best part is the wildflower fields that were planted in the 1700s, and are still as beautiful as the day that they were planted. 

Are you looking for more history than that? Then go over to Grace Lord Park. Take a walk around the river and see historic sites that tell the story of the people who settled here. The waterfall is a breathtaking view that is sure to be the highlight of the trail for both you and your dog.

If you and your dog consider yourself history buffs, you'll fall head over paws for Boonton, New Jersey!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boonton

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    Population Density 742/sq mi

    #1 Boonton Ave

    Masar Park is the place to go if you want to spend the day being active. You will need a leash to play and walk the trails here. Your dog won't mind staying on the leash so much, though, especially when he sees the local roller hockey team playing a game! There are public restrooms and water fountains, but be sure to bring a bowl for your pup. The trash cans are placed throughout the park and are cleaned regularly, so bring your own baggies. Go for a walk or run along the trail. Because this park is pawpular with the locals, you're sure to make a new friend or two along the way!
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    Population Density 742/sq mi

    #2 myrtle Ave

    If all that playing at the park made you and Fido hungry, come over to Junior's Pizzas and get some mouthwatering creations! Their pies are piled high with toppings and ooey gooey cheese that will have your mouth watering as soon as you see them. Want something lighter? They also have wraps, subs, and pasta that you can take with you or eat on the patio. The falafel and gyros are a local favorite. Bring a water dish for your dog, and keep them on their leash while you share a slice. The outdoor tables are spaced far enough apart that your dog can comfortably lounge around or visit with other furry diners.
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    Population Density 742/sq mi

    #3 Main Street

    Maxwell's on Main puts a unique spin on the classic burger. With names like The Celine D'onion and The Pieces of Moo, you will want to read the menu fully before you order. The cocktails are just as enchanting -- the locals rave about the Wonderwall. Your dog is always welcome to join you as your taste your way through the menu. You will need to keep your dog on a leash here. There are some breed restrictions that aren't usually enforced unless your dog is not well-behaved. Bring a water and food dish for him, or grab a to-go box for him to eat out of if you don't feel like bringing a food bowl.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,060/sq mi

    #4 Beverwyck

    Cameron Dog Park in Parsippany is only about three miles from you. It is a great dog park that has all the basics covered. There is water access, but you may want to bring your own bowl. There is fencing all the way around that is maintained by the city. You'll need to register with the city before playing at this park, but if you're just visiting, you can get a day pass. There is lots of grass to run and play in here, and plenty of canine companions to share it with. The trash cans are clean and baggies are provided. The downside is that the dog park is not very accessible for those with disabilities. Children are not permitted to enter the dog park if there are more than three dogs in the park.
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    Population Density 1,296/sq mi

    #5 Changebridge Road

    Montville Township Dog Park is only about a mile from Boonton. It is a barktastic dog park that features a clean space for your dog to come and sniff out some new buddies. The terrain is unique, but it never gets muddy, so you don't have to worry about a messy dog getting in your car. There are obstacles that your dog can play on, or that you can use to train him. This park provides all the necessary amenities, including water and waste baggies, and is open from sunrise to sunset. Don't fur-get to bring Fido's favorite toy!
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