My name is Natalia and I'm from Southern California! I'm in NYC going to cosmetology school! I grew up on a ranch so we always had dogs, and other animals! I love walking and have great connections with dogs so I thought this would be perfect! Excited to meet you and your pup!
Edison is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The township is part of NYC's metropolitan area, and was named in honor of the famous inventor Thomas Edison, whose main laboratory was located within the township. Since it's so densely populated, it's no surprise that Edison township has plenty of places that cater to canines! Two animal hospitals and a veterinary clinic keep all dogs in Edison in tip-top health.
If you need a pet-friendly place to stay in Edison, you'll have plenty of options. There a few hotel chains in Edison that welcome dogs, including Sheraton, Red Roof Inn, and Extended Stay America. If you're looking for something a little more budget-friendly, Edison also has some pet-friendly AirBnB rentals. All accommodations charge different fees and have different pet policies.
Hungry hounds will be happy to know that there are some doggone good places to eat in Edison! Share a slice at Brooklyn Boys Pizza and Deli, or enjoy some light bites and a cup of java at Cafe Gallo. Jade Dynasty also serves up some delicious food. All restaurants welcome leashed, well-behaved dogs at their outdoor patios.
Edison is a furrific place for dogs and their owners to live or visit!
If you find yourself in Edison, New Jersey and need a place to stretch your legs, you're in the right place! Here, you'll find Metuchen-Edison Community Dog Park. This fenced park provides an awesome off-leash experience for dogs. There are separate areas for small dogs (under 25 lbs.) and large dogs. Your furry friend will have plenty of grass to play in here, or, if your pooch is a little more active, he'll love strutting his stuff on the agility equipment! You'll find all the amenities you'd expect from a great dog park here, including water, waste bags, and seating for pet parents.
If you're more into nature and hiking and you want something more than just a fenced area, then you'll definitely want to add Mountain Lakes Open Space Area to your doggy to-do list! The park is located approximately 21 miles from Edison, near Palmer Lake. The area is around 75 acres and includes 8 miles of easy dog-friendly hikes. Your pup will have to be on-leash at all times here. While you're exploring, be sure to check out Mountain Lake, a gorgeous man-made lake that's the pawfect spot to fish or let Fido dip his paws on a hot day. Make sure you bring water and poop bags!
Around 11 miles away from Edison is another park that you and Fido are sure to fall head over paws for! Woodbridge Dog Park is located in the Sewaren neighborhood Woodbridge. This enclosed, off-leash park has everything you need for a fun day at the dog park. The park includes two areas -- one for small dogs and other for large dogs -- so it’s perfectly safe. Water fountains can also be found in the dog park. For the human visitors, there are benches, gazebos and a parking lot. Poop bags, trash cans, agility equipment, and plenty of shade are just a few of the amenities you'll find here.
Rutgers Garden can be found approximately 5 miles away from Edison, and, while this place isn't dedicated solely to dogs, your pets are allowed in the gardens and on the trails as long as they are on-leash at all times. There are many paths and trails that you can hike here, which are easy and very well-maintained. Be sure to practice good petiquette and clean up after your pup to help keep the gardens tidy. This spot is very beautiful, with mesmerizing gardens, scenic views, and benches where pups and their parents can take it all in. Make sure you bring water for your pup.
Around 8 miles away from Edison is Bicentennial Park. This community park is a nice little spot that's home to 7 miles of hiking trails for you and Fido to explore. The doggos that visit this park have to be on-leash at all times. The trails offer scenic views and surround the lake located here, which is the pawfect place for your pup to dip his paws after all that walking. You can kayak with your pup, too, since non-motorized boats are allowed. Bring water and poop bags, and you’ll be good to go!