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Dog Areas in Brooklawn

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This little half square mile, nicknamed "God's Little Acre," is just a stone's throw from Philadelphia. No veterinary clinics operate in town, but dozens are available in adjoining communities like Collingswood.  Of course, any kind of specialty care is readily available in Philly less than ten miles to the west. 

The center of the borough's community life is the picturesque green space making up the Waterfront Park. Folks can sit and relax along the river's banks or find a shady refuge at the Waterfront's gazebo and pavilion.  Pups on a leash can enjoy the outing with their people.  

Visitors to the Borough or to Philadelphia will find pet-friendly lodging at the Motel 6, located at 801 Crescent Blvd.  Motel 6 allows guests to bring a furry family member of any size for no additional fee. 

A person and pup looking to get some exercise outside will find it just five miles north in Haddon Township.  Newton Lake Park is one of twenty-one Camden County parks.  This popular park has over 100 acres of recreational and conservation for a person and a leashed four-legged companion to enjoy.  Newton Lake Park includes fishing (with license), three picnic areas, and a 2.45-mile bike path.  Plenty of open green spaces make this a popular destination for the residents and visitors.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brooklawn

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    Population Density 5,443/sq mi

    #1 Westmont

    Haddon Township is just six miles east of Brooklawn.  This small community has two dog-friendly restaurants which cater to a person dining with a canine friend.  Keg and Kitchen at 90 Haddon Avenue serves lunch and dinner.  A variety of mixed drinks, appetizers, sandwiches, and samplings from a variety of cuisines is on the menu.  Spicy Mexican and Mediterranean fare both have a place in this eclectic eatery.  Several outdoor tables await you and your four-legged pal.  Humans on a vegan diet will want to check out Heart Beet Kitchen. This restaurant serves a variety of vegetarian dishes seven days a week. The restaurant closes early on Sunday and Monday.  Four dog-friendly outdoor tables make this a unique place for some healthy eats.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #2 Centennial Blvd

    Voorhees is located twelve miles east of Brooklawn.  Connolly Dog Park will put some spunk back into your ol' hound's howl.  This favorite pooch playground offers two fully fenced spots for off-leash freedom to socialize and exercise. Grass and dirt greet those paws as they run and sniff out a new furry pal or two.   This dog park has water fountains which serve humans and canines.  Numerous toys, including those yellow and green tennis balls, frisbees, and a variety of tasty chews, will be found here. Waste stations supply those doggie waste baggies for easy pick-ups. Human companions mingle at the shaded picnic tables.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #3 Academy Dr/Union Mill Rd

    Mount Laurel is located seventeen miles east of Brooklawn.  Laurel Acres Dog Park has two completely fenced spaces for your pup to rid that leash and just be a dog among dogs for a while.  One of the enclosures is set aside for large dogs, and the other is restricted to small dogs for safer fun. From the dog park, you can enjoy the scenic backdrop of the main park's lake. Drinking water is not immediately available within the dog park's confines.  The majority of the shaded seats will be found in the large dog section.  Waste stations are amply stocked with the baggies.  Cleaning up couldn't be easier!  A walk around the scenic lake (leash required) makes for a pleasant end to a pawesome trip out!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,845/sq mi

    #4 Adele

    Haverford is a thirty-mile journey north of Brooklawn.  Haverford Reserve Dog Park, just outside the Adele neighborhood, is always packed with canines looking for some off-leash exercise with another four-legged buddy.  It has two enclosures for a pooch's playtime.  One section is reserved for safer small dog fun.  The ground is a combination of grass, mulch, and patches of dirt. Conditions get muddy here after a rain. The location does not have on-site water.  Friends usually have some to share, and there's no shortage of water bowls.  A few pieces of agility equipment like ramps and tunnels are a big bonus.  Picnic tables and chairs are scattered throughout the park.  The human companions welcome the shade of the many large trees.
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    Population Density 4,764/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    Haddon Heights is three miles east of Brooklawn.  This small community has sixty-seven acres of recreational space.  The central neighborhood has an almost eighteen-acre park which is the hub for many community activities.  Haddon Heights Park has large open green spaces, an easy walking path through the woods, and picnic sites.  Dogs are welcome in the park on-leash. Also, the downtown neighborhood has a couple of dog-friendly restaurants for a person with a canine dining companion.  A casual lunch or dinner is served at Ralph's Pizza on Station Avenue.  Ralph's serves up some tasty pizzas with a variety of toppings as well as several kinds of sandwiches.  Three outdoor tables welcome you and your dog.  For a bit more elegant dining, Anthony's on Station Avenue is a good option.  Anthony's serves Italian cuisine for lunch and dinner with outdoor cafe-style dining.
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