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Dog Areas in Jersey City

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Jersey City has a total area of a little more than 21 square miles, which may not seem to offer much room for recreational activities. However, the city is home to several important landmarks, the most recognizable of which is probably the Statue of Liberty. This monument attracts hundreds and even thousands of visitors every day, drawing in guests and their pets from all over the nation.

The public parks in Jersey City are maintained by the Division of Parks and Forestry. The Leonard Gordon Park, which is notable for its Buffalo and Bears statue, has trails that loop through its 5.7 acres. There is also a dog run here, so you and your pup can both get some exercise.

Another dog-friendly area is Hamilton Park, where dogs are welcome in the fenced-in area and allowed to run off-leash. The park has a small splash pad and tennis courts, as well as open spaces where you and your pup can enjoy the sun or the snow as the seasons change.

If you’re running short on supplies or simply in the mood for some shopping, duck into one of the city’s local pet stores such as Hound About Town or Canine Canteen. They have all the things you need to keep your pet safe, happy and healthy, and most are glad to have canine visitors. Best of all, you're supporting local business by shopping in these unique stores. With so many options, you and your dog can easily while away a day in Jersey City.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jersey City

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    Population Density 40,143/sq mi

    #1 Griffith Street


    Griffith Street is a bustling community with plenty to see and do. Though not as expansive in lush parks as a more suburban area might be, Griffith Street lays claim to a nice area known as Pershing Field Park. This park, lined with gorgeous trees and expert landscaping, has many walkways and paths for you and your pooch to hike around and burn off some excess energy. After all, an exercised pup is a happy pup! With so many different trails to choose from, you’re guaranteed to always find something new. Your dog will never want to go home again!

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    Population Density 41,800/sq mi

    #2 Lincoln Park


    Lincoln Park is a gorgeous area and a wonderful neighborhood that derives its name from the park it houses. Lincoln Park, a park located toward the northern end of the neighborhood, is a gorgeous expanse of grass, trees, lakes, and hiking trails as far as the eye can see. There are paved walkways, dirt trails through the wilderness, and even rivers to splash around in on those hotter days. The park is unmatched in how much there is to do, and your dog will never be bored as a result.

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    Population Density 33,500/sq mi

    #3 Lafayette


    Lafayette is a beautiful neighborhood tucked right in the heart of Jersey City. Lafayette Park, named after the neighborhood, is a beautiful area with a small pond and many different trails for an immersive experience. To the west is Berry Lane Park, which features open fields for runners, and plenty of room for your dog to play. The real experience, however, is Liberty State Park, located just south, and featuring open grassland, forest, and even a gorgeous reef overlooking the ocean. As always, be sure to keep your dog properly leashed while you’re enjoying the great outdoors!

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    Population Density 49,200/sq mi

    #4 Bayside Park


    Bayside Park is a lovely community full of activity and packed with friendly individuals. It features a beautiful park at the southern end of the neighborhood, also dubbed Bayside Park.  This park is right by the Light Rail Station and comes complete with grassy, open fields for your pooch to get all that extra energy out. There’s a paved walkway if you just want to stroll and enjoy the scenery, as well as rest areas to sit and take a quick break before you head home.  Your dog will just be begging to come again and again!

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    Population Density 51,000/sq mi

    #5 Greenville


    Greenville is a nice place and outgoing neighborhood. Packed full of new faces to meet, your dog will have no shortage of chances to socialize and make friends. The neighborhood comes complete with two parks to suit whatever needs you or your dog might have. Columbia Park features a grassy stretch of open field for your favorite four legged friend to run and play. Over at Mercer Park, there’s a paved walkway for those who want a comfortable stroll dotted trees to allow for shade and rest. Whatever park you choose, you’re sure to have a paw-tastic experience!

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