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Dog Areas in Haddonfield

5 Parks
6 Trails
8 Groomers

Haddonfield doesn't have a large population, but it's situated at the heart of many interesting places for people and their furry family members to explore. No veterinarians have set up shop in Haddonfield, but you'll find dozens of veterinary clinics in neighboring locales. Haddonfield has several city parks with green spaces for you to visit. Mountwell Park has a picnic area and playground for the kids.

Pennypacker Park is also located in Haddonfield, and you and Fido would be barking mad to miss it. This 30+ acre park is where an almost fully intact hadrosaurus dinosaur was found in the late 1800s! The theme of the park, of course, is centered around this famous find. Pennypacker also has some dirt and gravel walking trails that are popular with runners and dog walkers. A few are tucked in the upper sections of the park and can be more difficult to locate. Also on the property are a pond and a river that attract anglers from around the county. 

Other towns in Camden County offer fifteen county parks with all sorts of fun outdoor spaces to explore. Another county park, Newton Lake Park, is just four miles west of Haddonfield. Newton offers over 100 acres of scenic parkland. A paved 2.43-mile path around the lake gives a person with a leashed dog a good workout amid the squawks of waterfowl. A stone pavilion makes for a scenic spot to stop for a rest or rent for a family picnic or party.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Haddonfield

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    Population Density 2,885/sq mi

    #1 Cherry Hill Mall

    Cherry Hill is located just three miles north of Haddonfield. Cooper River Dog Park attracts dogs large and small to its fully fenced, off-leash doggie playground. This expansive grassy space makes the pawfect day trip for a pooch that needs to stretch those paws and feel the wind sail between their ears! This dog park features two enclosures of lush grass. Waste stations provide doggie waste baggies. A few benches are located in the dog park for the human companions. A water fountain on-site keeps everyone hydrated on those hot summer days. Shade is at a premium, though. This dog park is situated close to the river, so flooding can be a problem.
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    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #2 Centennial Blvd

    Voorhees is located eight miles east of Haddonfield. Connolly Dog Park is a barktastic place for dogs to just be dogs! These fully-fenced acres give the large dogs a place to shed the leash and play with a few new pals. A half-acre plot caters to the smaller pooches. The turf in this dog park is mostly grass with patches of dirt. Water is available for all in the park. Shaded benches and picnic tables give the human companions a place to relax while their fur-babies have a tail-waggin' good time. The main park has some decorative white gazebos where you can take a shaded break after a leashed walk on the half-mile walking trail.
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    Population Density 3,773/sq mi

    #3 Blackwood City Limits

    Blackwood is located eleven miles south of Haddonfield. Timber Creek Dog Park brings out the wild side in any canine. This nine-acre, fully fenced dog park carves out a piece of forest for your pup to run leash-free in. All dogs play in the same area, but with so much space, there is room to roam and spread out. The dog park provides water bowls for a long day of play. Outside of the dog park, a small lake gives dogs a place to take a cool dip. In addition, the main park has 60 acres of recreational space, including some trails for a person and a leashed pup to explore together.
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    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #4 Mount Laurel City Limits

    Mount Laurel is located thirteen miles east of Haddonfield. Laurel Acres Dog Park offers pups a place to run and play leash-free. This dog park has a fully fenced enclosure for large dogs and a smaller section for smaller pups, as well as a double-gated entry system for added security. Your pup will have a pawesome adventure running sans leash and sniffing out new buddies at this grassy park! The park does not have water on-site, so don't forget the water bottle and bowl for your pup. Waste baggies are provided by the dog park. This dog park is mostly flat, with a few benches for the human folk to recline on while their four-legged buddies run.
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    Population Density 592/sq mi

    #5 Medford City Limits

    Medford is located fourteen miles east of Haddonfield. Freedom Dog Park gives dogs a whopping twenty acres of liberty from the leash. This dog park is not fully fenced, so dogs must be under voice command in order to enjoy the fun at this dog park. This dog park is all natural terrain and includes a clean creek for dogs to splash around in. Drinking water is available on-site. There aren't many other amenities at this spot, though. Trees line the perimeter of the off-leash area and provide a makeshift barrier that will limit some dogs from taking off. This dog park is free and open to the public.
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