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Dog Areas in Hanover, NJ

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Hanover is a mixture of residential homes, parks, and business development right in the heart of Morris County. The township of Hanover is close to a network of major highways, making it ideal for commuters and visitors alike. 

Hanover has its own airport and hotel business that brings in plenty of revenue to keep the area thriving. More young families are moving into the area and putting down roots, making it a great place to bring the whole fur family! 

Hanover was first settled in 1676 and incorporated as a town in 1740. Before that, the Leni-Lenape Tribe lived and hunted in the area. Settlers and developers were attracted to the location because of its abundance of natural resources, including iron ore and water power. 

Hanover has managed to maintain a balance between economic development and environmental preservation. The town is a beautiful place to walk your dog, with plenty of public green spaces sprinkled all over. Monroe Park is right outside of Monroe Hall, a historic building once pivotal to the town. This park is just one of the many historic places with plenty to learn while your pup gets some exercise. 

There are two animal hospitals right in Hanover and several more in the neighboring communities. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hanover, NJ

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    Population Density 1,302/sq mi

    #1 Whippany

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    Whippany is one of the neighborhoods in Hanover where you will find plenty of outdoor places to sniff out with your dog on a nice day. Bee Meadow Park is more than 70 acres of water, woods, and fields that you can enjoy for hiking, walking, biking, or fishing! Just down the road, Black Brook Park is 11 acres of athletic fields and picnic areas for your whole family to enjoy. There is a bike and jogging path around the perimeter of the entire park if you want to pick up the pace and burn off some extra energy with your pup.

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    Population Density 1,302/sq mi

    #2 Malapardis

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    Malapardis is a small neighborhood a few minutes west of Whippany. It is worth heading over so that you can visit Malapardis Park. This park is actually two parks connected by a walkway. The walkway is used by all manner of two- and four-legged visitors looking for a place to blow off some steam. The Lower Park has a playground area and a pond, along with some athletic activities. The Upper Park has tennis courts and a roller hockey court for the more adventurous! The park is used for many city-wide events and you are sure to make lots of new dog-loving pals there! 

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    Population Density 1,302/sq mi

    #3 Cedar Knolls

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    Cedar Knolls is a quiet residential neighborhood on the western side of Hanover. This pupperific community is home to Central Park, a well-loved public green space with 40 acres of space for you and your pooch to sniff out. There are plenty of athletic activities to engage the whole family while you and your pup walk the perimeter of the park through the walking path. If you are bringing your fur family to the park, make sure you have a bag packed with all of the essentials, from waste bags to clean drinking water for a seamless and puptastic day outside!
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    Population Density 6,392/sq mi

    #4 Morristown National Historical Park

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    Morristown National Historical Park is known for its use in the late 1700s as an encampment for General George Washington's Continental Army. The landscape has been preserved in a way that will make you feel like you have gone back in time and can hear the cannons and musket fire. The park is home to many species of mammals and birds and is a known sanctuary for white-tailed deer throughout the year. The park is also a path for many species during migration seasons, so you never know what you will see while hiking through with your pup at your side!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 769/sq mi

    #5 Central Avenue

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    Central Avenue is a hub of activity for the community of Morris Plains, just a few minutes outside of Hanover. The town's Central Park of Morris County is well worth the drive if you are looking for a pup-friendly place to let your dog have some off-leash fun. The entire park is almost 300 acres of gorgeous recreation. In the corner of the park is the Central Park Dog Park, where your dog can run and play to his heart's content in a safe, fenced area. There are five acres to this park, so your pup should be good and tired by the end of your visit!
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