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Dog Areas in Closter

7 Parks
10 Trails
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

The picturesque little community of Closter has so many amenities for a family with furbaby. Two veterinary clinics take care of the routine and emergency needs of your pup. Within a radius of fewer than ten miles are all the veterinary services your pup could need, including emergency and specialty care. 

The opportunities for outdoor exercise and recreation make Closter an exceptional place to visit or live. The borough maintains several small parks that have open green spaces for a person and a leashed pup to experience together. Ruckman Park has an easy walking path that takes a person and a leashed pup around the entire park. Scauble Park is another borough green space that has a short walking path. Grass, trees, and flowers give a person and a four-legged companion a serene start to the day or a restful finish.

A more intense workout can be experienced at either the nearby Palisades Interstate Park, with its over thirty miles of trails, or at the Closter Nature Center, with its dozen of short trails which wind through forests and meadows.

In town, Zendiggi Kebab House, located on Closter Dock Road, serves Mediterranean cuisine for lunch and dinner. A dog-friendly outdoor table welcomes a person dining with a canine companion.

The beautiful borough of Closter makes it easy to have a good life with your four-legged family member!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Closter

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    Population Density 1,683/sq mi

    #1 Prospect Avenue

    Woodcliff Lake is located eight miles west of Closter. Wood Dale County park has over a hundred acres of recreational space for you and your furry family member to explore. The park has a fishing pond and a walking path for a person and a leashed pup to exercise on. The county park also has a fully fenced dog park for some leash-free fun. Pups of all sizes play together in this grassy area. A double-gated entry ensures safe ingress and egress. Drinking water is available at the dog park. Human companions have numerous shaded benches and picnic tables from which to sit and supervise their furry pals.
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    Population Density 4,429/sq mi

    #2 E Ridgewood Ave

    Ridgewood is located ten miles west of Closter. Ridgewood Bark Park is a pawesome park for leash-free play and exercise! The fully fenced enclosure features a separately fenced section to keep the smaller pooches safe. The entrance to the dog park is double-gated so overly excited dogs don't slip out and take off running. Beautiful green grass is interspersed with dirt and a gray mulch. Mature trees keep people comfy even on those hot summer days. Several pieces of agility equipment are set up in the dog park for training or added exercise. A nearby duck pond gives a person and a leashed four-legged companion a relaxing and scenic stroll.
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    Population Density 5,921/sq mi

    #3 Borough Center

    Leonia is located thirteen miles south of Closter. Overpeck Park Dog Run puts some wag in your Molly or Max's tail! This leash-free pooch play place has a fully fenced enclosure for large dogs and a separately fenced section for the smaller pups. The dog run is mostly grass with a few patches of dirt in spots. Several pieces of agility equipment, including ramps and tunnels, excite the curious sniffs of four-legged pooches. The human companions appreciate the shaded benches. No water is immediately available on-site. The main park has five miles of walking trails and a 1.25-mile figure-8 looped path takes person and pup beside the lake. A leash is required outside of the dog park.
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    Population Density 4,509/sq mi

    #4 Lyndhurst

    Lyndhurst is located twenty-three miles south of Closter. Riverside Dog Park satisfies a dog's yearning to get rid of the leash and make a few new canine buddies! This dog park is completely fenced with a large and small dog area. The dog park is covered with a gray mulch, which keeps dogs pretty clean even when they play the hardest. It is no problem if a person forgets a water bottle -- this dog park has drinking water, bowls, and even a hose. People will find plenty of toys, like balls and frisbees. A walking path along the majestic Passaic River gives a person and a leashed pup a bit of exercise to experience together.
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    Population Density 5,971/sq mi

    #5 Bellevue Ave

    Montclair is twenty-four miles south of Closter. Brookdale Dog Park offers pups a chance to exercise and cavort with other canine pals! This completely fenced dog park has two areas for leash-free fun -- one for large dogs and one for small. Its gravel mulch surface means a dog doesn't leave the dog park a muddy mess. Several pieces of agility equipment allow dogs to squeeze in a bit of extra training. Water is available at the dog park. Human folk enjoy shaded benches as they watch their pups have a blast! Waste stations are fully stocked with doggie waste baggies for easy clean-ups.
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