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Dog Areas in Hightstown

3 Parks
2 Shops
3 Eateries
2 Groomers

The quiet and peaceful borough of Hightstown is the central-most point of New Jersey, with its prime location making it a popular spot for those who want to explore the town and its surrounding areas. With scenic parks, delicious dog-friendly restaurants, and a highly-rated dog-friendly hotel, Hightstown is a destination that can easily be enjoyed with your pooch.

Treating your dog to a meal at a restaurant is always fun, and there are a few pawtastic dog restaurants that you and Fido can try out in Hightstown. For a casual meal, the Byrne Deli Café is a family-owned deli that serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner, with creative specials on offer throughout the week. If your pooch would prefer something a little more exotic, Morgan's Island Grill specializes in authentic Caribbean dishes, while Tavern on the Lake serves up beer and food from all over the world, with 25 draft beers to choose from.

If you are looking for somewhere to spend the night, give the Quality Inn East Windsor a try. This hotel allows up to three dogs in each guest room for a small fee, although they do need to be under 40 lbs each in weight.

Hightstown's relaxed and low-key vibe, along with its parks and dog-friendly restaurants, makes it the pawfect place to enjoy some bonding time with your pooch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hightstown

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    Population Density 4,251/sq mi

    #1 Hightstown/ E. Windsor


    Rocky Brook, a tributary of the Millstone River, flows through the Hightstown/ E. Windsor neighborhood, and one of the most scenic spots to take in the view is at the Rocky Brook Park. This park features sports facilities, picnic areas, and a walking path that is lined with colorful wildflowers in the warmer months. If your pooch needs more exercise, take a stroll around Association Park, where you will find sports facilities, picnic gazebos and a tree-lined walking path. While both of these parks are pawtastic for a dog walk, you will need to make sure that you keep your pooch on a lead at all times, and bring along some drinking water and doggie bags.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,152/sq mi

    #2 Jefferson Park


    Just over seven miles from Hightstown lies the West Windsor neighborhood of Jefferson Park, which provides access to the 2500 acre Mercer County Park. This is a park that your dog will absolutely love, because not only is it home to sports facilities, playgrounds, a boat marina, paved walking trails, nature trails, and more, but you will also find the Mercer County Bark Park here. This is a large designated dog park, fully fenced-off to ensure your dog's safety. With separate areas for smaller and larger dogs, as well as water fountains right at the gate, all you need to bring is a few doggie bags, and, of course, your dog! 

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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,810/sq mi

    #3 Princeton Ivy East / Edinburg


    This neighborhood of West Windsor is just a 12 minute drive from the center of Hightstown, and is home to a couple of pawtastic activities that you and your pooch can enjoy together. Begin with a walk through the 123 acre West Windsor Community Park, where you will find a playground, sports facilities, walking paths, and two dog parks. These are fenced-off areas within the main park, where your dog is allowed to run off the lead, but you will need to bring water and doggie bags with you. If your pooch is still not tired, this neighborhood is also home to the 2.5 mile Trolley Line Trail, a paved walking path that follows a former electric trolley line. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,360/sq mi

    #4 Plainsboro Pond


    Seven miles away from Hightstown is the Plainsboro neighborhood of Plainsboro Pond, where you will find a couple of picturesque parks. Plainsboro Park is home to sports facilities, a playground and picnic areas, as well as access to the Lenape Trail, a 34 mile trail. For an even more scenic walk, Mill Pond Park is also in this neighborhood. The pond is at the center of the park, and is surrounded by several green areas filled with a wide range of plants. If you are feeling hungry after all of that walking, there are a couple of dog-friendly restaurants in Plainsboro Pond. East Asian Fusion serves up a diverse selection of Asian dishes, while It's a Grind Coffee specializes in artisan coffees and home-baked foods. 

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    Population Density 1,734/sq mi

    #5 Park Avenue


    Just over 17 miles from Hightstown is Freehold's neighborhood of Park Avenue, where you will find even more pawsome parks. Community Park is an urban park, with sports facilities, a playground, picnic areas and walking paths. To experience some of New Jersey's wilderness, head to the Manasquan River Linear Park, where you will find 1200 acres of preserved forests, wetlands and more. The five mile trail that wraps around the perimeter of this park is ideal for a walk with your pooch, but be sure to keep Fido on a lead at all times, as there is a large amount of wildlife that calls this park home. 

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