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Dog Areas in Hopatcong

6 Parks
7 Trails
3 Groomers

The name "Hopatcong" is thought to derive from Native American languages and means something like "stone upon water." The water referred to is the huge Lake Hopatcong that adjoins the town's border. Lake Hopatcong has over 2,500 acres of freshwater and is a big recreational draw for water enthusiasts. Boating and fishing are important parts of the town's past. Years ago, the lake beckoned the wealthy folks from New York City.

This little borough is a picturesque community which offers many amenities for people with furry family members, including several parks that welcome leashed dogs! Maxim Glen is a park in the middle part of town.  It has a quarter-mile paved walking path that provides beautiful views of this well-landscaped and peaceful green spot. A fountain adds to the relaxing environment, and a bridge makes the stroll more varied. 

Modick Park is a green space which has a gazebo used for community events and music. A walking path with benches along the way gives a person and a leashed canine companion some fresh air and easy exercise.  Picnic tables let a person share a meal or snack with their four-legged friend.

The borough does not have any veterinary clinics operating within its borders. Any veterinary attention, though, is easily obtainable in one of the many adjoining larger communities. This borough, even with its unusual name, is one you and Fido won't furget!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hopatcong

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    Population Density 1,120/sq mi

    #1 Ledgewood

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    The Ledgewood neighborhood in Roxbury Township is five miles south of Hopatcong. Roxbury Dog Park has an eighth of an acre fully fenced for your special buddy to call out the inner canine spirit of his ancestors!  Your pup will be able to sniff out a few new furry pals while running completely free from that leash. A small dog area will let your smaller dog get top dog status once in awhile. The ground in the dog park consists of pea gravel, which keeps those paws clean. A few pieces of agility equipment, like a bridge and some tubing, make for some added fun. This dog park requires registration and a small fee prior to visiting.
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    Population Density 1,236/sq mi

    #2 Town Center

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    Randolph is located twelve miles south of Hopatcong. Randolph Township Dog Park has a fully fenced play place for your canine friend's off-leash exercise and socialization. All the local dogs go to Randolph, and they'd better be on their best behavior, because small and large pups play together here. A statue of a pooch gazes down and watches over all the pups as they play -- so they better play nicely!  The park has a terrain of gray stone mulch.  Large trees shade the benches within the area for the human folk's comfort. A water fountain makes it okay to forget those water bottles. This dog park is for Randolph residents only.
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    Population Density 6,420/sq mi

    #3 Morristown

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    Morristown is located thirteen miles south of Hopatcong. Lewis Morris Dog Park makes it a pawesome day to be a dog! This fully fenced dog park lets dogs shed the leash and enjoy some freedom. A separately fenced enclosure keeps the small dogs safe. This dog park has a paved surface that the humans sometimes complain about, but no dog has ever been known to care. Other human complaints have included the lack of immediate water on-site and the need for more shaded benches.  Obviously, these issues don't seem to bother the happy dogs racing around here each day! This dog park can be found in the Lewis Morris County Park.
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    Population Density 313/sq mi

    #4 Pluckemin

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    The Pluckemin neighborhood in Bedminster is located nineteen miles south of Hopatcong. Burnt Mills Dog Park gives pups a half-acre for off-leash exercise and play with a few new four-legged pals. The amenities aren't terrific, but the park serves most dogs' need to get some free time off the leash. All breeds and sizes of canines occupy the same grassy space, so polite pack behavior is an absolute must. No one wants their fur-baby hurt! No water is available in the dog park, but waste baggies are supplied for quick clean-ups. The park is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 316/sq mi

    #5 Bedminster

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    Bedminster is located nineteen miles south of Hopatcong. River Road Dog Park offers a securely fenced half-acre for dogs to exercise and socialize leash-free. No dog can turn down a trip to the River Road! One enclosure lets all dogs of every size wag together. Benches for the human companions can be found within the park. No water is immediately found there. However, waste stations are amply stocked with pup poop baggies, so cleaning up after your pup is a breeze. The dog park is free and open to the public. For more adventures outdoors, a person and a leashed pup can check out the main park. It features open spaces and serves as an access point for a walking trail.
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