The borough of Lincoln Park offers a variety of activities and places to visit. One veterinary clinic takes care of most of your dog's routine and emergency needs. The charming community of about 10,000 residents has dedicated many of its green spaces for public use. It has nine spots set aside where you and your leashed friend can get out and get some fresh air. All nine parks come with playground equipment and some space to move in.
Aqueduct Park has a nice large green area with many trees, a picnic, and a pavilion site. Remember to bring bags to clean up after your dog -- you might get a ticket if you leave behind any messes. A drive of just eight miles south to Cedar Grove will take you and your furry pal to Cedar Grove and Mills Reservation. Mills has 158 acres of ground set aside for conservation and recreational use. Hikers with hounds can explore four major trails which wind throughout scenic forest. One hike involves a steep climb to an overlook where the skyline of New York City is visible on clear days. Hikers are rewarded for the effort with a bench atop the overlook and get a chance to enjoy the view.