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Dog Areas in Eatontown

1 Park
1 Shop
7 Eateries

Located in Monmouth County, New Jersey, Eatontown is a borough where all the dog lovers come out to play! Let your fur flag fly, and enjoy the selection of activities for you and Fido. There are a number of dog-friendly restaurants in the area, as well as a pet-friendly store and a delightful park where you and your pup can meet some great new pals. 

Wolf Hill Recreation Area, the park in question, is one of two off-leash dog parks operated by Monmouth County. Made up of an expansive four acres, this space has a large area which welcomes all dogs to play, and a smaller area just for the petite pups (those under 35 pounds). Doggy waste cans and baggies can be found in all of the off-leash areas, and although the park doesn’t have a water supply for the time being, what trouble is it to pack your trusty collapsible water bowl and a few bottles of fresh drinking water? Especially if your pup will be making some new pals, and you’ll be free to enjoy that latest app while your pup prances across the park grounds. 

Well, what are you waiting for? You should be Eatontown-bound!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Eatontown

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    Population Density 2,115/sq mi

    #1 Central Eatontown

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    A definite must-see location on your doggy to-do list, and a reasonably good choice for your first option is in the central area of Eatontown, where you’ll find a number of restaurants, but the cream of the crop is The Habit Burger Grill. The Habit is a restaurant with dog-friendly seating outside and, as you can probably guess, an extensive and delectable menu filled with freshly grilled burgers for you to get your chow on. You’ll need to bring water for you pup pal, especially if you decide to sneak them a little bite. Besides, how could you resist those puppy dog eyes?
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    Population Density 2,115/sq mi

    #2 North Eatontown

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    What is a proper dining doggy adventure without a stop for pizza? Extra pupperoni please! That’s what you’ll find in northern Eatontown, the location of Siino’s Pizzeria. Drop in at one of their outdoor tables and order up a delicious pie for you to pig out on. Your dog will certainly be salivating, so be sure to bring plenty of water for your pup to keep them nice and hydrated. Maybe even bring your own snacks for them to chow down on, so you two can both happily continue on your way and resume exploring with stuffed full tummies.
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    Population Density 11,191/sq mi

    #3 8th Avenue

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    If you’re willing to spread your wings, or pitter patter your paws to a location a bit further out from Eatontown proper, make your way to Asbury Park, specifically, 8th Avenue, home to the aptly named 8th Avenue Dog Beach. Rated highly by locals and visitors alike, 8th Avenue is the perfect location to bring your pup to get their paws wet for perhaps the first time. Many advise coming in the off-season, and you certainly won’t be alone if that’s the choice you make. There will be plenty of precocious pups for your pal to play around with!
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    Population Density 11,191/sq mi

    #4 Ocean Avenue

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    Still in Asbury Park? Make your way over to Ocean Avenue as quickly as your feet and your puppy’s paws will take you. Here, you’ll feel more like your dog is treating you to a day out instead of vice versa. Your canine companion will be free to run around with their fellow pups, while you get a drink for yourself at Wonder Bar. Known for being exceedingly pet-friendly, as well as having a daily "yappy hour" from noon to seven, you and your dog are sure to have a ball getting your drink on while he splashes in the pools!
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    Population Density 11,191/sq mi

    #5 Central Asbury Park

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    Last but definitely not least, settle in for an evening at the Brickwall Tavern in the central area of Asbury Park. Relax at any of the many outdoor dining tables, and choose from an extensive menu of craft beers while you pig out on their numerous tavern-style food options, including delectable macaroni and cheese -- this isn’t your mom’s macaroni! The staff is known for being very attentive and welcoming of their canine customers, and your pup will feel like a canine king (or queen!) with the royal treatment they’ll be receiving. The perfect way to wrap up a long day, the tavern doesn’t close until 2 am, so take your time!
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