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Dog Areas in Egg Harbor City

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1 Eatery

When you’re in Egg Harbor City, you’ll find tons of things to do with your dog. This New Jersey city is home to dog-friendly parks and restaurants, and it’s also just a short drive away from pawesome dog-friendly beaches. Plus, if your dog needs a check-up, there’s one great clinic in Egg Harbor City.

Looking for a place to take your dog for a long on-leash walk? Head over to Estell Manor Park, which is just 12 miles from Egg Harbor City. Here, you and your dog can go for a walk on a 1.5-mile flat and paved loop trail. Or, you can go for a stroll on one of the park’s nature trails, which will take you past a lake and through forests. Whichever trail you choose, you’re sure to have fun here!

Lake Lenape Park is another fun place to spend the day with your furry best friend. This huge 2,000-acre park is about seven miles from Egg Harbor City, and it allows dogs on-leash. Here, you can go for a long walk on the park’s lakeside trails. You can also enjoy a picnic in one of the park’s scenic pavilions. You and your dog will have a furrific time here and in the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Egg Harbor City!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Egg Harbor City

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    Population Density 2,410/sq mi

    #1 Claudius Street


    If you want to take a walk in the park with your dog, head over to Peace Pilgrim Park. This small and tranquil park welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has a short paved trail that goes past a waterway, a peace pole, and a butterfly garden. There’s also a gazebo and picnic tables where you can sit and relax with your pup. If you want to grab lunch with your dog after your walk, check out Joseph’s Restaurant at Renault Winery. This restaurant has two dog-friendly tables, and they serve delicious burgers, pasta dishes, flatbreads, and more.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,059/sq mi

    #2 Ocean Drive


    Want to spend the day at the beach with your dog? Head over to Longport Dog Beach in Somers Point. Located about 19 miles from Egg Harbor City, this beach welcomes dogs off-leash all year round. Although both dogs and humans aren’t allowed to swim at this beach, you and your pup can splash around on the shoreline. You can also go for long, leisurely strolls on the sand and enjoy the views of the Atlantic Ocean. Or, you can simply relax on a blanket with your pup. Bring water for your dog and some doggy bags, and have a great day out at the beach!

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    Population Density 2,476/sq mi

    #3 Brigantine Avenue


    This neighborhood is home to another pawsitively amazing dog-friendly beach, Brigantine Beach. This beach is about 24 miles from Egg Harbor City. Dogs are allowed on-leash on the northern end of this beach all year round, and they’re also allowed in the beach’s Natural Area from September to May. Bring some doggy bags and water for you and your pup, and have a fun day in the sun. If walking on the beach makes you hungry, take your dog over to The Pirates Den. This nautical-themed restaurant has ten dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they serve locally-caught seafood, classic Italian dishes, steak sandwiches, and more.

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    Population Density 1,113/sq mi

    #4 Zion Park


    Zion Park is home to the beautiful Egg Harbor Township Nature Reserve, which is about 16 miles from Egg Harbor City. This reserve allows dogs on-leash, and it has two trails: the 1.6-mile Blue Trail and the 3.8-mile Orange Trail. These trails go through beautiful forests, past a large lake, and up hills, providing stunning views of the surrounding area. After you’re finished walking through the park, treat yourself and your pup to lunch at Sublime Seafood Company. This restaurant and market has three dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they serve fish sandwiches, lobster rolls, po’ boys, grilled fish dishes, and much more.

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    Population Density 3,427/sq mi

    #5 42nd Street South


    If you’re looking for a park where your pup can run and play off-leash, head over to Natasha & Nikita Weiss Dog Park. This Brigantine dog park is about 19 miles from Egg Harbor City, and it has separate large and small dog areas. Both areas are fenced in and covered in mulch, and there are plenty of benches for owners to sit on. There’s also water available for your dog. To use the dog park, you’ll have to fill out a one-time application and pay a small fee. Once you do that, you’ll be able to use the dog park anytime you’d like. Your dog will love playing and meeting other pups in this dog park.

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