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Dog Areas in Bound Brook

7 Parks
2 Trails
6 Shops
1 Groomer

Bound Brook is a borough in New Jersey, located only 30 miles from the metropolitan areas of Newark and New York City. Despite the close distance, the town still retains all its small-town charms, including the easygoing downtown atmosphere and large amounts of green space that make up the town's parks. Most of these parks are dog-friendly, and along with the city's downtown walking area, designated trails, and the single animal hospital in town, pups are sure to be comfortable in this puptastic area.

The Billian Legion Park is the unofficial dog park of Bound Brook, and popular among dog walkers and pups thanks to the abundance of open space and vibrant green fields. Plenty of residentsĀ and theirĀ pups meet at the park thanks to run around and play. Although if you're just looking for a walk, the paved trail loop around the park is perfect. The area is not fenced-in though, so be careful when letting your pup run around with other dogs and be sure to keep them on a leash.

Another popular dog-walking spot is the Middle Brook Park, which is a recreational ballfield park featuring five baseball diamonds and open space for other games. Leashed pups are welcome and can enjoy a paved path that extends .5 miles along Mill Brook. The path also connects to access points to the brook for fishing and swimming. Other features include water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Residents can also find one animal hospital and an arms-open attitude towards all the fur residents of Bound Brook.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bound Brook

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    Population Density 6,728/sq mi

    #1 W Union Ave


    West Union Avenue is an eastern neighborhood in Bound Brook that houses bustling businesses and a shopping district. The area offers dog-walkers the Codrington Park, a recreational field and open space park with enclosed tennis courts, basketball courts, two baseball fields, and a perimeter concrete walkway. Dog walkers can enjoy water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches while walking their leashed pooch. The Maltex Park features beautiful views of the Raritan River, open fields, lots of trees for shade, and an enclosed basketball court. Dogs can play in the courts or in the open fields, and have access to water fountains and benches.

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    Population Density 3,571/sq mi

    #2 Mountain Ave

    The neighborhood of Mountain Ave is the smallest neighborhood that boasts no mountains, but does have lots of open space. Thomae Park offers pups and their humans a baseball field, paved walkways, a basketball court, playground, and picnic benches. Dogs can enjoy these features while on a leash, including water fountains and trash bins. The Green Brook Park is also in this neighborhood, and is completely covered in trees, with dirt trails winding through the forested park providing a quiet and shaded place to give Fido a walk. Owners will have to keep pups on leash, and bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 10,466/sq mi

    #3 Bound Brook Borough Center


    The Borough Center neighborhood of Bound Brook is the busiest one in the city, and dog walkers will be surprised to find the hidden parks in it. North Park is covered in woods, with a mixture of birch and oak trees, and nature trails intertwining between them. The area is rural, and owners will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. Shady Lane Park is more well-kept, with an open space, basketball course, and playground for kids. The park has trees surrounding the open area, with water fountains, benches, and trash bins for leashed pups.

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    Population Density 7,437/sq mi

    #4 South Bound Brook

    South Bound Brook is a small town that's separate from Bound Brook, located about a half-a-mile south. This small community boasts Memorial Park, a dog-friendly park for leashed pups which has lots of open space, two baseball fields, a playground and picnic tables. Pups will enjoy the green fields, and can benefit from the water fountains and clean-up stations. The town also features the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail, a 69-mile trail made from crushed stone and gravel, with a portion of the trail going through the town along the Raritan River. Dogs are welcome on the trail while on a leash.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,098/sq mi

    #5 Greenbrook Road

    Greenbrook Road is a small neighborhood in the town of Green Brook, just 3.5 miles from Bound Brook. The community is popular thanks to the Central Bark Park, a large fenced-in park with separate areas for large and small dogs with double-gated entrances. Dogs can make plenty of friends at this popular dog spot and enjoy additional features like a small pavilion with two picnic tables, fresh water, a gazebo, and a concrete walkway that wraps around the park. Only the larger area has these features, while both boast clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins for you and your pup.
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