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Dog Areas in Clementon

5 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
The borough of Clementon, New Jersey embodies what it means to be a small, thriving community. Humans and doggoes both will love visiting this sweet town nestled in the heart of Camden County! The Clementon Animal Hospital faith-fur-ly serves the Clementon area and will be happy to pencil in your pup for a visit. 

Kickstart your stay in Clementon by taking Fido for a fun walking adventure at the United States Avenue Trail. Locally known as the Green Trail, this near 2 mile trail is a pawpular place to bring your doggoe for a brisk walk or jog around the scenic trails, past shady woods and across pedestrian bridges. Make sure to keep your pup leashed, and bring some water and treats! 

If it's more space you're woofin' for, head to the Silver Lake Park with Fido where 15+ acres of rivers, trails, bridges, scenic views and more are awaiting your visit! Fido is welcome to strut along next to you as long as he is kept on a leash no more than six feet in length. Don't forget the doggie waste bags!

Clementon is a furtastic borough to visit with your canine companion. Pack up the car today and hit the road with Fido! Bon voyage!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clementon

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    Population Density 3,188/sq mi

    #1 Greenbriar


    Visit the Greenbriar neighborhood in Clementon to get a mouthful of delicious grub with your pup. Two Fido-friendly eateries are located in Greenbriar, so make sure to stop on by. Giofano's Pizzeria is a pawpular place to go to get crowd-pleasing bites to eat such as wings, burgers, and of course, pizza! Sit down at Giofano's one dog-friendly table or take your slice of pupperoni to go. Make sure to keep some room for dinner at Privito's To Go! Privito's is unlike any other Italian eatery. Get fresh, homemade Italian dishes ready to go without wasting time. Pup-friendly seating is located outdoors in case you want to sit and stay a while. Lunch includes a variety of deli sandwiches, chicken and veal entrees, and more!

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    Population Density 1,983/sq mi

    #2 Blackwood Estates


    Wag west of Clementon to the neighboring town of Blackwood to discover more pup-friendly oppawtunities. The Blackwood Estates neighborhood boasts a pawtastic place for you and Fido to spend the night for a very reasonable price at the Howard Johnson Express Inn Blackwood. Up to three pets can snooze with you for a small fee per pet, pet night. There's so much room, your pup can bring a friend, and his friend's friend too! When the growls emit from the pits of your tummies, head to the neighborhood's pizzeria at Antonino's Pizza. Grab and go or sit down and enjoy your cheesy slice at one of the two doggoe-friendly tables. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 970/sq mi

    #3 White Horse and Jackson

    On the other side of Clementon, you and Fido will find the quaint town of Berlin. For starters, dig into Louisiana style dishes like jambalaya, crab soup, and more at the Ollie Gators restaurant with Fido. Enjoy your meal with a side of craft beer at the pup-friendly seating area outdoors. For a memorable dining experience, look no further than the Filomena Cucina Rustica restaurant which features southern Italian fare. The service is rated 5 bones and offers wooftacular meals (and portions!). After all those treats, exercise a little with Fido on the pup-friendly walking trails (1.6 miles) located at Berlin Park. Bring Fido's favorite leash and water bottle!
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    Population Density 1,107/sq mi

    #4 South Gibbsboro

    Wag just upward of Clementon to discover a furtastic doggoe-friendly hike in the South Gibbsboro neighborhood in Gibbsboro. Blueberry Hill is a pawpular area which makes up a plethora of walking, hiking, and skiing trails that stretch for miles and are available for treading during both the summer and winter months, though some trails are seasonal only. Beginners should start with the Blueberry Hill via the Red Trail that spans 1.6 miles and circuits to scenic overlooks on Blueberry Hill. Pups must always be on a leash. Advanced pups should try the Hogback Trail which circles up the mountain and offers scenic views south of the clearing. Look out for the wild blueberries! They are said to be delicious.
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    Population Density 2,119/sq mi

    #5 Gibbsboro Center

    Finally, wag slightly north to find the Gibbsboro Center neighborhood in Gibbsboro for (you guessed it) even more pooch-friendly hikes and trails! The Gibbsboro's Trails make up a variety of beautiful trails that scatter through a quiet, nature park. Discover the scenic and easy Paintworks Walking Trail which is just .75 miles in length; the pawfect circuit to stretch your paws with Fido. Visit the calm and quiet Silver Lake while in Gibbsboro Center to enjoy a peaceful day out with your pup as you stroll along the edge and admire the tranquility of the water and wildlife. Built-in wooden overhang benches line the lake, so you can sit and rest with your pup anytime you like.
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