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Dog Areas in Franklinville

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The small community in Franklin Township, NJ, known as Franklinville, is in a good location to get to several nearby dog-friendly places, but it doesn’t have a lot of pawportunities itself. However, there is a highly-rated vet hospital here to treat and care for your four-legged friend.

This area of New Jersey is known for its pawesome wineries – many of which allow dogs to join their owners for a day of wine tasting and vineyard exploring. The Southwind Vineyard & Winery in Millville, for example, is set on a large, beautiful landscape with plenty of places to walk and enjoy a day with your pooch. Or, try Bellview Winery in Landisville, which has a lot of outdoor exploration space, but also lets your dog join you in the wine tasting room!

Looking for some exciting city fun? The heart of Philadelphia is less than 30 miles away from Franklinville and has plenty of places for your pup to go. Take a tour of the city with The Constitutional Walking Tour, grab some souvenirs with your dog in tow at Free People, or buy some doggie gear, treats, and toys at the Litterpaw Pet Supply, which invites well-behaved dogs to shop with their owners.

A little traveling is in store for you to find some furtastic places for Rover outside of Franklinville, but your dog is sure to go mutts over the choices!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Franklinville

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    Population Density 207/sq mi

    #1 Moss Mill Rd


    Moss Mill Rd is an area of Hammonton, NJ, that’s about 17 miles from Franklinville. This area is the home of Hammonton Dog Park, a puptacular off-leash doggie park with separate areas for small and large dogs to play safely. Get your dog registered by the city of Hammonton and then you can let your pooch roam! This area also has a few dog-friendly eating spots, like Annata Wine Bar, which has a selection of yummy wines and foods with some outdoor tables that welcome dogs to join their owners. Or, try Cannoli World for savory and sweet cannolis that you can enjoy with your pup outside. 

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    Population Density 1,025/sq mi

    #2 Kirkwood Road


    Travel a little over 22 miles from Franklinville and you’ll find Gibbsboro, which is only a few miles away from Philadelphia, yet tucked away with plenty of outdoor gems to explore. In the Kirkwood Road area, you can visit one of several of Gibbsboro’s hiking and biking trails that wind through the pupular Gibbsboro Bikeway, many of which allow dogs on their leashes. The United States Avenue Trail is also here as part of the Rails-to-Trails organization’s rail-trails system. This two-mile trail is the pawfect spot for a long walk, or even a picnic lunch in the woods with your dog. 

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    Population Density 10,444/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Pennsauken


    In Downtown Pennsauken, which is a little over 28 miles from Franklinville, you can find some fun right along the Cooper River Lake that leads into the Delaware River. The Cooper River Dog Park is a place you won’t want to miss checking out with your pooch, offering seating for humans and some doggie water fountains to keep your playful pup hydrated. You and your dog can also have some leashed fun in the Cooper River Park, which has playgrounds, picnic areas, and even a beautiful sculpture garden to enjoy. There are also a few bike paths in the park that allow leashed pooches as long as you clean up after them. 

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    Population Density 24,510/sq mi

    #4 Center City


    The Center City neighborhoods of Philadelphia, PA, is only a little over 28 miles from Franklinville and is a good place to visit if you want an exciting adventure in the city that’s a different change of pace than quiet, nature-based fun. Center City is not only where you’ll find the famous Liberty Bell, but it’s also where you’ll want to go with your fearless pup if you love history and ghost stories. The neighborhood has a few ghost tours that welcome leashed dogs to join their owners to learn about the city and its historical ghost stories. Don’t worry – you can also take part in some dog-friendly regular tours of the city, too, with Philadelphia by Foot.

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    Population Density 1,908/sq mi

    #5 Historic Old Town


    The Historic Old Town neighborhood of Somers Point is a good distance from Franklinville – 43.5 miles to be exact – but it also is the pawfect place to go if you’re in the mood for some sun and sand. Here, you’ll find the Longport Dog Beach, which is a part of the Malibu Beach Wildlife Management area where dogs can go unleashed to enjoy the sand and surf. The quiet beach is tucked away to give you and your pooch a serene place to watch the waves or take a dip to cool off while you meet some other dog-friendly people!

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