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Dog Areas in Hoboken

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Seated in Hudson County, New Jersey, Hoboken is a booming city of over 50,000 residents. Just minutes from NYC and with almost a hundred veterinarians working in a five mile radius of the city center, Hoboken is a pawsitively perfect area for humans and furry friends alike!

Hoboken is home to several dog parks including Shipyard Dog Park and Frank Sinatra Dog Park. Shipyard is an intimate park complete with benches, fencing, synthetic turf, ample doggie bags, and a gorgeous view of the Hudson River. Just make sure to bring water for Fido! Neighboring Frank Sinatra Park doesn’t have a designated dog run, but don’t let that discourage you from swinging by. Complete with dog-friendly water spigots and plenty of places to rest, this park is known for its cleanliness and stunning view of the Manhattan skyline.

Just two miles outside of Hoboken on the outskirts of Union City, NJ lies Washington Park Dog Run. Large, well-maintained, and recently renovated to include an area for small dogs, this park is a pup’s paradise!

With dozens of dog-friendly restaurants within two miles of Hoboken’s city center and countless dog parks nearby, regardless of what you and your pooch like to do, you’ll never get bored in this pawesome community!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hoboken

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    #1 Downtown

    Downtown Hoboken has places to shop and things to see and do. Church Square Dog Run is located at 401 Willow Avenue. This fenced-in dog park gives dogs a chance to socialize with some puppy pals off leash. The surface of the park is a mixture of wood and dirt. Water fountains made for dogs let dogs get a drink while getting a nice cool splash. Human companions have benches, and people can chat as they watch their pups at play. Several restaurants in the neighborhood have dog-friendly outdoor dining. Trattoria Saporito at 328 Washington serves up some Italian cuisine at outdoor tables. Dozzino’s at 534 Adams serves pizza at its outdoor tables.
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    #2 Northside

    The Northside neighborhood has the charm of a dog loving community. Viaduct Dog Park is located at 1400 Madison Street. Hoboken is big on dog parks, but this little dog park is an overlooked gem. It is the smallest of the four dog parks in Hoboken. It has a rubber surface, a few benches, and a gorgeous view of the Hudson River. The dog park has a supply of poop bags and waste receptacles for easy cleanup. The dog park also has a water fountain, and some agility equipment for extra fun and exercise. This dog park always hosts a good-sized pack, so your pup is bound to make some new fur-iends!
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    #3 East

    East neighborhood is home to the 1600 Dog Park at 16th Street and Park Avenue. The dog park is over 2 acres of fenced-in fun. Dogs run, socialize, and play on agility equipment. Their humans can sit on nearby benches, and take in the majestic view of the Hudson River. The dog park has water fountains, and doggie poop bags are supplied at the park. The dog run includes an area for small and large dogs. A diverse array of East neighborhood dogs visit this 10-acre multi-sports complex Park. Dogs in Hoboken aren’t allowed on the grass (and there are heavy fines for letting a dog walk on the grass!), and the dog run surface itself is made up of the same rubber surface found in many children’s playgrounds.
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    #4 Southside

    The Southside neighborhood is jam-packed with shops and restaurants. People and dogs occupy every square foot of this neighborhood. Stevens Dog Run is located at 401 Hudson Street, and another dog rnn is situated in the Elysian Field Park, a few blocks south of it. Two dog runs within five blocks of each other really show how much love Hobokens have for their dogs. Both dog runs have water fountains. Benches give the human companions a place to comfortably watch their pups. The Southside neighborhoo also has dog-friendly dining at Hudson Tavern on 14th Street. You and your pup can grab a sandwich and a craft beer at the tavern’s outdoor tables.
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    #5 West

    The West neighborhood has chic shops and places very liveable for a person with a dog. Columbus Dog Park, located on 9th and 10th Streets between Clinton and Adams, is operated by Hudson County. It has water on-site, and some shaded benches for the human companions. The dog run is part of an urban park with a small playground and open space. Grimaldi’s Pizzeria on Clinton has dog-friendly outdoor dining, and pizza can be shared with your four-legged friend. Club Barks on Jefferson has doggie daycare, boarding, and grooming services. Club Barks also trains dogs for agility shows. Puppies can get some good basic obedience training at the club, too.
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