Dog Walkers in East Windsor, NJ

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Dog Areas in East Windsor, NJ

7 Parks
7 Trails
3 Eateries

Conveniently located along the New Jersey Turnpike, East Windsor Township is only less than half an hour away from Princeton and the state capital of Trenton. This growing suburban community in central New Jersey is home to several parks and pathways, offering ample recreational opportunities for its canine residents and visitors. East Windsor has one animal hospital to keep your pup happy and healthy while you're in town.

Make sure Fido gets his daily exercise by taking him for a leashed walk on the Bear Brook Pathway. Situated in the western part of town, the Bear Brook Pathway is about 1 mile long and 8 feet wide, and is utilized by pedestrians and cyclists as an alternate route to the adjacent roads that lack sidewalks. As you and your pooch stroll along the Bear Brook Pathway, you'll pass by residential neighborhoods, as well as the Anker and Wiltshire Parks.

If you and Fido find yourselves in the northwestern portion of the township, you can get some exercise in at the Rocky Brook Pathway. This paved path stretches 0.8 miles long and 10 feet wide, connecting the municipal building, senior center, and a retail and commercial development.

Expect to have some active fun with your pup in East Windsor!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Windsor, NJ

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    Population Density 913/sq mi

    #1 East Windsor

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    Leash up and head to the Pulte Pathway for a peaceful walk with Fido! Located in the south central part of the township, this paved path covers 0.3 miles between two residential areas. Traveling along the berm of a storm water retention basin, it makes for a good alternate route to nearby Airport Road, which lacks a sidewalk in some sections. The Pulte Pathway will lead you and Fido past open grassy fields and some brush. Dogs are allowed on the pathway as long as they remain leashed and are cleaned up after, so remember to bring your own pick-up bags.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,682/sq mi

    #2 Twin Rivers

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    This neighborhood has quite a few dog-friendly spots to keep your pup's tail wagging. For a leisurely walk with views of the water, head to the Etra Lake Pathway, a 0.9-mile paved path that runs along Etra Lake. At the end of the pathway, you and Fido can follow a ladder crosswalk and continue on to the Disbrow Hill Trail, located within the Disbrow Hill Playing Fields. Next to the fields lies Etra Lake Park, which contains over 1 mile of trails that travel through fields, farmlands, and an arboretum. The packed earth or gravel trails loop throughout the park, making it easy for you and Fido to explore the area.

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    Population Density 832/sq mi

    #3 Woods Road Park

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    The Woods Road Community Park is a pawrific place to bring the kids and dog. Located in the southern part of town, the Woods Road Community features separate playgrounds for younger and older kids, a picnic area, a basketball court, and a 0.3-mile fitness trail along the perimeter of the park. The trail connects to the 0.65-mile Turnpike Park Pathway, which you and your pooch can take for a longer stroll. Linking the Woods Road Community and Turnpike Parks, the pathway runs along the berm of a storm water retention basin, through a wooded area, and along a high-tension power line right-of-way, giving you and Fido varied views during your walk.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,357/sq mi

    #4 Northeast East Windsor

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    Need somewhere to stay for a few days with your canine companion? You and your pooch can check into the Days Inn, which welcomes two pets up to 50 pounds for an extra fee. Aside from the usual amenities such as free Wi-Fi and breakfast, this hotel has a dog walking area with waste bags so that Fido can still get his daily walkies. Another option is the nearby Quality Inn, where two pets up to 30 pounds are allowed per room, for an additional fee. Note that pet-friendly rooms are limited, so contact the hotel in advance to reserve one!

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    Population Density 4,354/sq mi

    #5 Hightstown / E. Windsor

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    The Hightstown Memorial Park in nearby Hightstown is pawfect for spending a beautiful afternoon with your four-legged best friend. Located in the heart of downtown next to Peddie Lake, this small, but picturesque park features a memorial to fallen local veterans, a waterfall, and paved walking paths. It's also the site of a summer farmer's market and occasional concerts. Just a stone's throw from the Hightstown Memorial Park are some pooch-friendly restaurants, so you can grab a bite to eat if you get hungry from walking around. Share an outdoor table with Fido at the Tavern on the Lake, Morgan's Island Grill, or Byrne Cafe Deli!

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