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Dog Areas in Gibbsboro

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1 Trail

The small borough of Gibbsboro is a community that welcomes folks with furry family members. Only one veterinary service is immediately available in the borough, but many more veterinary clinics and hospitals can be found in the larger Voorhees Township, which adjoins Gibbsboro.

Need some quality time in the great outdoors with your pup? Berlin Park is only five miles away and offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun with your four-legged pal. This park has a playground, picnic sites, a fishing lake, and some beautiful walking paths through wooded grounds. The trails take hikers across little streams on wooden bridges. Plenty of open field makes for more outdoor exercise on-leash. 

Gibbsboro does not have its own dog park. However, it is only eight miles north to Cooper River Dog Park in Cherry Hill. This dog park has two fully fenced areas for some off-leash play. One section of the dog park is separately fenced if you have a smaller pup. This particular dog park has lights so you can visit after dark. Water fountains serve people and their dogs. This decorative dog play area has grass and gray stone ground cover. Benches in the shade offer a leisurely outing for people, too.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gibbsboro

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #1 Centennial Blvd

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    Voorhees adjoins Gibbsboro on the northern border. Connolly Dog Park gives you a way to show your pup how much you care! This fully fenced dog park is pawpular with local pooches, and provides a separate enclosure for small dogs to play safely. This dog park has a natural ground cover of grass and dirt. Many different toys can always be found here. A few throws of a tennis ball make it even more exciting.  A water fountain within the park is a great amenity. The human folk like the benches and picnic tables especially placed under shade trees. Waste stations always have those necessary supplies.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,773/sq mi

    #2 Chews Landing

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    Blackwood is located seven miles west of Gibbsboro. This short trip will surely please your pup! Timber Creek Park has nine fenced acres for off-leash dog-friendly fun. This one large area begins with a double-gated entry so all pups make it in without a hitch. It is one space for dogs of all sizes. The pups that play here are very polite so there's rarely a problem. The large space makes it unlikely for disputes to occur. It is best to bring a well-socialized pup to this play place. The main park has more great stuff for a pup to do. The lake is open for dogs to swim in -- a lot of wet dogs leave Timber Creek Park at the end of a day!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 566/sq mi

    #3 Medford Park

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    Medford is located nine miles east of Gibbsboro. Freedom Dog Park is a radical dog park experience. It is twenty acres of property with woods and fields dedicated to dogs' off-leash running and playing. This dog park is not fully fenced, so people must have good voice control over their canine companions. A dog that wants to run off will be very difficult to retrieve in this large territory! For the right dogs, though, this place is a paw-adise. A creek runs through the property, which makes for a cool splash on a warm day. Benches can be found in the park, and a water station for people and pups is a great amenity.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #4 Academy Dr/Union Mill Rd

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    Mount Laurel is a journey of nine miles north of Gibbsboro.  Laurel Acres Dog Park will put some spunk back into even your older canine friend. It has two fully fenced enclosures for leash-free play. One section is set aside for smaller pups. Watch your pup frisk around with a few new furry pals!  A roll or two in the grass and dirt may mean your playful buddy goes home a bit dirty. Sometimes after a rain, your pup could even get muddy playing here. The human companions have plenty of benches.  The shade is all in the large dog area, though. Waste stations supply doggie waste bags. No water is available on-site.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,867/sq mi

    #5 Westville

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    Westville is located thirteen miles west of Gibbsboro. Deptford Doggie Park gives your pup a chance to just be a dog for awhile. This leash-free zone has two fenced spaces for dogs to meet and greet each other in ways dogs do. Agility equipment is placed in both sections of the dog park. Large and small dogs can try out tunnels and ramps! The ground in the park is sweet smellin' green grass and dirt. A water spigot is very handy for filling up those water bowls and bottles. People get some red decorated metal benches to sit on while their pup does dog things.
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  6. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,042/sq mi

    #6 Gibbsboro

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    Gibbsboro is known around the surrounding communities for its Blueberry Trail. This trail is part of a larger project which will become a network of trails. It starts in the center of town and winds along paved walkways through wetlands. Parts of this trail way are paved, while other parts are gravel and dirt. This scenic walkway welcomes people with leashed pups to experience woods, wetlands, and wildlife. Relics of an abandoned borough radar station are an interesting sight! The hike is mostly of moderate difficulty. The summit of Blueberry Hill will reward the hiker on a clear day with the skyline of nearby Philadelphia.
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