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Dog Areas in Fair Lawn

12 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
4 Groomers

Fair Lawn is home to a fair few dog-friendly amenities, with even more things to do located just a short drive outside of town limits. No need to travel to find quality vet care, though -- Fair Lawn has two veterinary practices which take care of most medical needs a pup will have. Need a place to stay while you're in Fair Lawn? Head to Hyatt Place. This hotel is located at 41-01 Broadway, and welcomes up to two dogs of less than fifty pounds for a fee of $75 a stay.

Fair Lawn has two dog-friendly restaurants where pooches and their parents can enjoy a dinner date. Your pup won't like the food too much at Natural Way Cafe because, frankly, most dogs don't savor vegetarian cuisine. However, this vegetarian restaurant located at 23-25 Broadway has a few benches outside its entrance where you and your leashed dog and enjoy a healthy vegetarian sandwich or entree. For a more substantial cuisine, try out Oceanos at 2-27 Saddle River Road. Oceanos has a variety of seafood dishes. Your dog is welcome to sit and dine with you at one of several outdoor tables.  

Unfortunately, although Fair Lawn does have some dog-friendly places, the town doesn't allow dogs in any of its parks. For some exercise with Fido, it's best to look at the Bergen County parks. These parks do welcome leashed dogs and offer numerous opportunities for some outdoor exercise. Saddle River County Park has over six miles of hiking trails for you and your leashed dog to get some exercise.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fair Lawn

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    Population Density 1,520/sq mi

    #1 Ridgewood

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    Ridgewood is just four miles north of Fair Lawn. Ridgewood Dog Park is the pawfect place to get some off-leash exercise. This dog park features a small section for small dogs, but the main attraction is the run area for the big guys. This dog park features few amenities for the human companions, but it's still a big win with the four-legged crowd. The dog park lacks water immediately available, and seating is limited. A few pieces of agility equipment brighten the landscape. The ground is a mixture of gravel and a few patches of dirt and grass. The forest of Saddle River County Park surrounds the dog park, and is a picturesque setting with some nice picnic sites.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,170/sq mi

    #2 Lyndhurst

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    You'll find Riverside County Park just 11 miles south of Fair Lawn, in Lyndhurst. This park includes a dog park that is so pupular with area dogs! The dog park is a fully fenced enclosure, and its surface was renovated in 2016. The fine gray gravel surface keeps the dog park -- and your dog! -- tidy after a rain. A small enclosure is set aside for the small dogs. The dog park has water and water bowls available on-site. Waste bags are usually stocked, but bring a few of your own just in case. Pet parents can rest and relax under a tree while their pooches play. Balls are even provided at this dog park, so don't fret if you forgot to bring Fido's favorite toy. A leashed hikes near the Passaic River is the pawfect way to end the day!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,971/sq mi

    #3 bellevue Ave

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    Montclair is fourteen miles south of Fair Lawn. Brookdale Dog Park attracts canines from all over the state of New Jersey, and for good reason! This dog park has a large, fully fenced space with a mulch, dirt, and grass-covered surface. Happy tails can be seen waggin' and runnin' through this dog park, which is complete with pieces of agility equipment for additional exercise and training. Small dogs get their own space to play. This dog park has water fountains for dogs and people. Humans can be seen lounging on shaded seats while snapping a few pics of their fur babies playing. The main park offers several paved walkways for some leashed strolling under a blue sky and a green canopy.
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    Population Density 377/sq mi

    #4 West Milford

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    West Milford is a little further away from Fair Lawn -- 23 miles north, to be exact -- but the dog park here is well worth the drive! The generous owners of the Pequannock Feed Supply Store dedicated an acre of their property as a public dog park. This dog park is fully fenced natural terrain. Be warned that it can get muddy after a rain!  The owners installed a hose for a rinse off before the ride home. This dog park has a smaller enclosure set aside for the small dogs, as well as drinking water and waste bags. The dog park is free to visit, but donations are accepted in the feed store and help with the maintenance. Pup parents will find a few benches in the shade where they can supervise their precious pooches.
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    Population Density 2,259/sq mi

    #5 Beverwyck

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    Cameron Dog Park is located in Parsippany, 26 miles from Fair Lawn. Visitors must first register and pay an annual fee to play at this park. This dog park features uneven terrain that, in summer months, is covered with lush long green grass. A large shade tree in the center of the dog park is a prime spot for people to sit. Small dogs have a separately fenced section for their own fun. Water is available on-site., and waste stations are usually stocked with baggies. Fido will love playing and running through the large tunnel in this furrific park!
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