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Dog Areas in Florham Park

6 Parks
2 Trails
2 Eateries

Florham Park is a small, tight-knit community. People with a dog will find a few activities there. No veterinarians practice in the town. Veterinary care, though, is readily available in the neighboring communities just a short drive away.  

The town has several parks that serve its townspeople's (and townspups'!) recreational needs. Florham Gazebo has a large grassy area where a person and a leashed dog can join in one of the many town events. The gazebo is used for outdoor concerts and is the center of other community fun. The other municipal parks are used for sports but provide green spaces for walks with a leashed pup. Charles "Carl" Germeihausen Veterans Memorial Park has some trees and green areas for a person with a leashed dog. The Central Valley Wetlands is another place to explore. Thirty-five acres are preserved as part of a Land Trust Coalition. Trails and bridges across the water let a person and a leashed pup get some good outdoor exercise while enjoying the beauty of trees and the river.  

Back in town, a person and their four-legged pal can grab some lunch at Oink and Moo BBQ located on Broadway. Four dog-friendly tables let you share a pulled pork sandwich or another tasty bit of BBQ. Natale's Deli and Catering is another dog-friendly breakfast and lunch eatery with four outdoor tables. 

Florham Park gives people and their furry family members plenty of opportunities to play and eat!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Florham Park

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    Population Density 6,420/sq mi

    #1 Morristown

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    Morristown is located five miles west of Florham Park. People with pups are just a bark and whine from Lewis Morris Dog Park. This canine attraction features two fully fenced areas for some off-leash playtime.  Small dogs have their own reserved spot. The ground is mostly paved with a bit of grass. Trees surround the dog park and provide some shade for the human companions' benches. Waste stations stocked with doggie waste baggies make that poop pick-up a breeze. The dog park is one of the amenities of the main park, Lewis Morris Park, which also has twelve miles of trails for a person and a leashed dog to explore.
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    Population Density 6,155/sq mi

    #2 Maplewood

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    Maplewood is located eight miles south of Florham Park. A visit to South Mountain Dog Park will make any pooch wiggle with delight! This fully fenced dog playground includes two acres of fenced enclosures for dogs to get some liberty from the leash. The smaller pups stay safe in their separate space. This dog park has many pieces of agility equipment, including ramps and an obstacle course, for training and extra exercise. Large rocks are a bonus to climb on if a person hasn't claimed one for a seat. Plenty of benches give people a place to park while their pups play. This dog park has water for drinking and a hose to clean up or fill up one of those kiddie pools when the summer sun comes.
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    Population Density 2,259/sq mi

    #3 Beverwyck

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    Parsippany is located twelve miles north of Florham Park. Cameron Dog Park gives your canine companion a furrific place to get some good outdoor exercise and make a few new furry pals. This dog park has stretches of grass fully fenced for a back-to-nature day. Small dogs will find their own play place, too. The ground is a natural terrain of grass that grows tall in the summer. Pup parents may have some difficulty navigating the uneven ground. A small tunnel excites the curiosity of some of the pups. Benches and shade are in demand, but the dog park has water available for dogs and their people. Registration with the city is required to use the dog park.
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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #4 Mountainside

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    Mountainside is located fourteen miles south of Florham Park. Echo Lake Dog Park attracts visitors from all over with almost three acres fully fenced for a pup to run and play leash-free. This is the pawfect place for your Molly or Max to find some furry buddies and get some exercise! The dog park has a separate fenced spot for the small dogs, too, as well as some shaded benches for the human companions. A water fountain and water bowls keep all species hydrated on those hot summer days, and a gazebo gives people another place to relax while their pups play. Waste facilities help keep the playground clean.
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    Population Density 4,225/sq mi

    #5 Woodbridge

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    Woodbridge is located thirty miles south of Florham Park. A trip to Alvin P. Williams Park will add some adventure to your pup's day. Woodbridge Dog Park can be found here, and it's a place where a pup can shed the leash and feel free on some green grass under a blue sky. Two enclosures serve dogs' needs. A small dog area lets them play safely. Agility equipment in the large dog area gives a pup a place to practice some training for an upcoming meet or just add some variety to the play experience. The dog park has water fountains, and pet parents will find plenty of shaded benches. Waste stations stocked with doggie waste baggies make it a snap to do those necessary clean-ups.
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