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Dog Areas in Lindenwold

1 Park
2 Trails
1 Groomer

This small community sits less than twenty miles from Philadelphia.  It offers a refuge from big-city living while being conveniently located for any kind of service or activity a person with a dog could want or need.  A couple of the veterinary clinics in town keep you home for most of your dog's routine and emergency needs.   

The borough maintains a good-sized park, Lindenwold Park.  This large green space includes a sports complex with ballfields, picnic spots, and a playground.  A paved walking track will give you and pup a good stretch together. In addition, the park has a walking path made of dirt and rock.  This path will take you and your leashed companion along some scenic flats and forests.  This nature path does climb a few hills, so wear good shoes and bring along some water for your pal. At the highest elevation, the skyline of Philadelphia will be visible on a clear day.  

For another walk, it is less than three miles north to Gibbsboro. Gibbsboro has begun its ambitious project of developing a trail network.  Locals all know about the beautiful park, Blueberry Hill. Here, you and your pup will find a spectacular and a moderate hike to experience.  The trail takes a hiker through some dense forest. The main trail is well-marked and many unmarked trails branch off of it.  Although it is a popular place, you and your pup will not feel crowded in this piece of nature. At the summit, a view of Philadelphia's skyline reminds you and your pup that you can have big-city convenience without sacrificing small-town, community living.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lindenwold

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    Population Density 566/sq mi

    #1 Union Street

    Medford is located eleven miles east of Lindenwold. A special place exists for pups that need a lot of room to run and burn off energy!  Freedom Dog Park is just that pawesome place!  Pups have twenty acres just for off-leash liberty and exercise.  This dog park is not completely fenced, though.  Some pups may not be able to frequent this dog park. It is a one-size-fits-all park, too -- there are no separate areas for small breeds. People must have good voice command of their pup and excellent dog manners are a must. For the right dog, this place can't be beaten!  It is paws down a special retreat of trees and wide open fields.  A water station in front of the dog park entrance serves people and their four-legged pals.
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    Population Density 3,773/sq mi

    #2 Chews Landing

    Blackwood is located five miles west of Lindenwold.  A trip out to Timber Creek Park makes a dog's day!  People will like it too!  This park has sixty acres of recreational space for a person and pup to check out.  Many paved trails and hikes through thick trees give a hiker and a leashed pup some opportunity for exercise.  A small lake is filled to the brim with pups splashing and swimming in those hot summer months.  The highlight of the trip is the visit to the off-leash dog park.  This dog park offers nine acres of fully fenced natural terrain for your dog to get out and run in.  It is a one-dog-fits-all spot, so good manners are a must.
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    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #3 Centennial Blvd

    Voorhees is located three miles north of Lindenwold.  Connolly Dog Park will put some spark back into your pug!  This fully fenced dog arena for good times has two enclosures.  One section serves large dogs, and the other is for smaller pups.  The ground is a natural paw-perfect mixture of grass and dirt. Water fountains within the play areas make it convenient for everyone to stay thirst-free.  No sweat if a certain two-legged creature forgets to pack H2O.  People will find plenty of toys to throw for their favorite Lab friend. Less ambitious people will find some comfy shaded benches from which to watch their four-legged pals have fun.
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #4 River's Edge

    You and your fur-baby will want to take that short drive of twenty-three miles north to the Pennington Park Dog Park.  Ears will perk up when the excited barks ring loud and clear. Dogs have a blast here.  Two areas let the canines throw off the leash and get out and play.  One section is reserved for the small dogs for safer play.  The ground here is a mixture of sand and grass. Water fountains designed for both people and their canine pals are within the park. Both sections have pieces of agility equipment to pique the curiosity of your pup.  People watch their dogs from the gazebo or one of the numerous picnic tables.
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    Population Density 3,804/sq mi

    #5 West Wyncote

    Cheltenham Township is twenty-four miles north of Lindenwold.  Curtis Dog Park is tucked within the Curtis Arboretum.  The beautifully landscaped arboretum features stately buildings, a pond, a creek, and plenty of open spaces for a person with a leashed pup to experience together. Pups play in an acre that is entirely fenced for off-leash socialization and exercise. Dogs weighing less than thirty pounds have their own designated separate area. The ground here is all natural grass with a few patches of dirt.  The dog park has plenty of waste stations stocked with baggies for easy clean-ups.  People will find many benches. Large trees make shade simple to locate.
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