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Dog Areas in Burlington, NJ

11 Parks
1 Trail
7 Shops
5 Eateries
1 Groomer

Founded in 1693, Burlington is a city steeped in history, but also boasts plenty of natural beauty too. With sprawling green parks, winding walking trails, dog-friendly restaurants and two veterinary clinics, this is a city with so much to offer, for both dogs as well as humans.

There are quite a few parks in Burlington that are pawsome for a dog walk, such as the Sixth Street Park. This park is home to basketball courts, a playground and picnic areas, as well as a patch of thick woodland that your pooch will love exploring. 

Other parks in Burlington worth checking out include Oakland Ave Park, with its recently updated playground and tranquil picnic areas, and Kennedy Park, with its playground, picnic tables and foot bridges.

For dogs who enjoy dining out, there are a few dog-friendly restaurants in Burlington to stop at for a meal. For freshly baked goods, the JB Bakery is the place to go, while pooches in the mood for Italian should give the family-owned Francesco Pizzeria and Restaurant a try.

If you and Fido need somewhere in Burlington to spend the night, check yourselves in to the Lily Inn. This quaint hotel allows two dogs per guest room for a small extra fee, so long as they weigh under 25 pounds.

With so much to see and do around the city, Burlington will definitely keep you and your dog busy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burlington, NJ

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    Population Density 3,059/sq mi

    #1 E Broad


    There are several different parks and playgrounds to be found in E Broad, making this a popular neighborhood for dog walking. The most scenic of all walks can be found at the Burlington Riverfront Promenade, which has recently been revitalized. In addition to the beautiful views of the Delaware River, this park also features a playground, a basketball court, boat ramps, picnic areas, and a bandstand. If you would prefer a quick walk away from the river, there are three small playgrounds in the neighborhood with short paved paths. These are the Clarkson Playground, the Neptune Playground and the Engle Ave Playground, the latter of which also boasts a heavily wooded area that your pooch will love. 

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    Population Density 1,285/sq mi

    #2 Burlington


    The Burlington neighborhood lies at the heart of town, but is still such a green area. The highlight of the neighborhood is the Asssicunk Creek Park, which consists of three linked nature preserves along Assiscunk Creek. Not only are there sports fields, secluded fishing ponds and playgrounds here, but there are also scenic walking trails that wind their way through the preserves, measuring about three miles in total in length. Each of the three sections of the park features a unique habitat, meaning that the trees, plants and wildlife you see in each will be different, giving you and Fido such a varied walk. 

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    Population Density 8,243/sq mi

    #3 Historic Yorkshire


    Located right by the Delaware River, Historic Yorkshire is such a pretty neighborhood, and you will not be able to resist taking Fido for a stroll along the riverfront. If your pooch would prefer some more greenery, the Barclay Street Playground is great for a short walk, and is also home to a few picnic benches. This neighborhood also boasts a pawtastic dog-friendly restaurant, known as the Brickwall Tavern and Dining Room. Not only do they serve up a wide selection of American classics here, but their choice of drinks is impressive, with beer, wine and whisky from all over the world. 

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    Population Density 3,980/sq mi

    #4 Edgewater Park


    Directly adjacent to Burlington is the neighborhood of Edgewater Park in Beverly, where you will find quite a few parks to explore. Dinoia Park, which used to be known as Spider Park, is quite small, but is home to a popular playground and a winding paved path, while Kite Field contains a playground and a baseball field. If you would prefer a larger park, head to Roosevelt Park, which boasts a large fishing pond, scenic picnic spots, and a short network of hiking trails. Memorial Field is also worth a visit, as there are several sporting facilities here, as well as a wide, paved walking path.

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    Population Density 10,591/sq mi

    #5 Pond St


    Directly across the Delaware River from Burlington is the neighborhood of Pond Street in Bristol, Pennsylvania, and there is a pawsome dog walk to be found here. The Delaware Canal State Park is a towpath that follows the Delaware River for 60 miles, stretching from Bristol to Easton. There is so much to see along the way, from fields to woodlands to historic towns, making this such an exciting walk. If you and Fido are feeling hungry after all of that walking, Porfirio's Pizza and Pasta is in this neighborhood, and have a couple of outdoor tables where you and your pooch can enjoy their Italian-inspired dishes. 

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