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Dog Areas in Lambertville, NJ

6 Parks
2 Trails
2 Shops
8 Eateries
1 Groomer

The city of Lambertville has always been quite the creative hub, known for its artists, craftsmen, galleries and antiques. Not only are there plenty of quirky urban locations to explore, but the city is also home to numerous parks, dog-friendly restaurants and a highly-rated animal hospital, making this a pawtastic destination for both you and your pooch to enjoy.

Lambertville is home to several parks, with one of the most popular being Cavallo Park, thanks to its large playground, modern pavilion and outdoor fireplace. 

If your pup prefers trails to parks, there are a couple worth walking, such as the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail, which is a historic trail that runs the entire length of the city. The Lambertville Nature Trail is also loved by dogs, as it meanders through areas of majestic woodland, as well as open green spaces.

When it comes to meals, there are quite a few dog-friendly restaurants in Lambertville. For authentic Mexican and Peruvian cuisine, treat your pooch to a meal at El Tule, while Caffe Galleria serves up Mediterranean dishes, but with an American twist. For upscale dishes, give Lilly's on the Canal a try, where you can even bring along your own beverages.

With so much to see and do in and around Lambertville, this is a city that will no doubt keep you and your pooch constantly entertained. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lambertville, NJ

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    Population Density 3,343/sq mi

    #1 Cottage Hill

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    Located in the heart of Lambertville, Cottage Hill boasts several green spaces for you and your pooch to explore. Sourlands/ Open Space Acq is a large expanse of greenery being preserved for its natural diversity, while Ely Park features a playground, sports facilities and a paved walking path. Keep in mind that you will need to keep your dog on a lead at both parks. Cottage Hill is also pawfect for pups who enjoy dining out, as there are several dog-friendly restaurants situated here. Give Hamilton's Grill Room a try for some fresh and tasty seafood, as well as a bowl of cold water for Fido, or DeAnna's Restaurant and Bar if you would prefer some homemade pasta. 

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    Population Density 145/sq mi

    #2 Pleasant Valley Rd

    36

    Less than two miles from Lambertville is the Titusville neighborhood of Pleasant Valley Road, where there are even more green areas for Fido to sniff about in. This neighborhood is where you will find Baldpate Mountain, which is ideal for walks thanks to its 12 miles of marked trails. Some of these trails will take you to the summit of the mountain and reward you with stunning views of your surroundings. Also in this neighborhood is the Rockhopper Trail, which will take you and Fido past everything from mature forests to sparkling reservoirs. If your pup prefers parks to trails, Hewitt Park is not too far away, and features a playground, picnic areas and a paved walking path. 

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    Population Density 1,770/sq mi

    #3 New Hope

    24

    Just a five minute walk across the bridge in Lambertville will take you to the small town of New Hope in Pennsylvania, which offers up quite a few dog-friendly activities. This neighborhood provides access to the D&L Trail, which follows along the Delaware Canal Towpath and connects up to three other trails, totaling 165 miles altogether. After all of that walking, stop for a break at one of New Hope's dog-friendly restaurants. The Mansion Inn Restaurant serves up elegant, classic dishes, with dog-friendly tables on their porch, while the Triumph Brewery brew their own beers, and also create tasty dishes based on fresh, local ingredients. 

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    Population Density 124/sq mi

    #4 Delaware Township

    12

    The Delaware Township neighborhood of Stockton is about three miles from Lambertville, and offers up some pawtastic dog walks. The Sarah Dilts Farm Park used to be a farm, but is now a spacious community park, complete with sports fields, a playground and a walking path. If your pooch prefers rural wilderness over urban parks, the Abraity's Pine Stand Reserve is in this neighborhood, with 59 acres of greenery to play in. The 102 acre Wescott Preserve is also worth checking out, as here you will find a couple of hiking trails, a fishing creek, and a diverse array of wildlife. If you need somewhere to stay in the neighborhood, the Woolverton Inn welcomes two pets in their Garden Cottage, with no restrictions on size. 

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    Population Density 319/sq mi

    #5 Ringoes-2

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    About two miles from Lambertville lies Ringoes-2, a neighborhood in Ringoes with some pawsome natural areas to walk through. The South County Park is 42 acres in size, and boasts sports fields, picnic areas, and a beautiful walking trail. If you and your pooch would like to try your hand, and paw, at a spot of fishing, head over to the Amwell Lake Wildlife Management Area, which is also popular for bird watching and picnics. The Headwater Preservation is also worth a visit, as this wildlife preserve is home to a number of native animal and plant species. Since there is so much wildlife that calls each of these areas home, it is vital that you keep your dog on a lead at all times, and don't forget to bring some doggie bags and drinking water with you too. 

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