Dog Walkers in Lodi, NJ

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Dog Areas in Lodi, NJ

13 Parks
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Lodi is a small town that is close to anything a person with a furry family would want or need. There is one veterinary clinic in town that handles routine and emergency care. Although Lodi is a small town, it's home to 13 furrific parks! Most of these parks are just community green spaces. The city does not generally advertise that dogs are not allowed in their parks. Some of the recreation spots may prohibit dogs, so it's a good idea to check with the city before heading out to one of its green spaces. There are four main parks that have open fields and some picnic areas. The city requires dogs to be leashed when in public places within the city. For trails, there are numerous county parks close to Lodi.  

One favorite for dog walkers is Ramapo Valley County Reservation. This nature preserve is located seventeen miles north of Lodi, in Mahwah. It offers hikers a variety of scenic hikes of varying lengths and degrees of difficulty. This preserve offers some wilderness for you and your leashed pup to explore. Many people allow their dogs to run off-leash and swim in the lake in the summertime. This is against the rules of the park, and if you chose to let your dog run, you may end up with a ticket from a ranger.  

The other hike is 39 miles north and located in neighboring New York -- Hardscrabble Wilderness Area Trail in Briarcliff Manor. This trail will give you and your pup a good bit of on-leash exercise as the two of you experience a hike among the forest.

Back in town, a person with their pup can enjoy some Italian cuisine at Vittorio's Pizza Bistro on Main Street. Vittorio's has three dog-friendly outdoor tables for a dinner after that long day of hiking in the great outdoors.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lodi, NJ

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    Population Density 784/sq mi

    #1 Paramus

    Paramus is seven miles north of Lodi. Van Saun County Park attracts visitors from all over the state. It has numerous attractions, like walking paths, picnic sites, a zoo, and a train ride. The best part of the park, though, is the fully fenced dog park, where dogs can stretch those paws and make a few furry pals! The dog park has an area set aside for small dogs, too. The ground in the dog park is covered with a fine, hard gravel. Some people don't like it, but the dogs don't seem to care! This ground doesn't get muddy after a rain like most grass-covered dog parks do. Water is not inside the dog park, but can be found in the nearby restrooms. There are benches outside the dog park, but there is no seating within the dog park itself.
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    Population Density 4,659/sq mi

    #2 Lyndhurst

    Riverside County Park in Lyndhurst, nine miles south of Lodi, offers people some scenic walking paths along the Passaic River. There are benches along the way where you can rest and enjoy the lapping of the river's current. The park also has a fully fenced dog park! Dogs have a tail waggin' time running leash-free in one of the two enclosures. The dog park has balls and frisbees, so don't fret if you forgot to bring Fido's favorite toy. Water is conveniently available for both canines and their people. The ground of the dog park is mostly gravel-covered with a few patches of grass here and there. Waste stations stay supplied with clean-up bags. People can find a shaded place to sit and watch their pups play.
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    Population Density 4,339/sq mi

    #3 Ridgewood

    Ridgewood is eleven miles north of Lodi. Saddle River County Park has many amenities for a person with a four-legged friend. There are trails to explore on-leash and picnic sites which are the pawfect places to enjoy lunch or a snack. The Ridgewood Dog Park is the destination dogs desire most, though. This dog park has two fully fenced enclosures for off-leash freedom. Small dogs can safely play in their separate space. The dog park does not provide water, but waste baggies are supplied. The only downside is that the dog park lacks seating for the human companions. Dogs enjoy the nearby creek and duck pond. In the hot months, a trail of tails can be seen headed to take a refreshing splash!
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    Population Density 5,971/sq mi

    #4 bellevue Ave

    Brookdale Dog Park is a pawpular rendezvous spot for dogs to find a pack of friendly pals. Like most dog parks, Brookdale has a separate, fenced, cozier area for the smaller dogs. This dog park is covered with mostly a gravel mulch. A small gray nose sometimes emerges after a sniff into this stuff! Water fountains designed for both humans and canines are a great amenity. Waste stations around the dog park keep a ready supply of baggies for those necessary pickups. The dog park features a few pieces of agility equipment for some extra training or just some varied amusement.  People can relax on shaded benches while they wait for their furry friend to get good and tired.
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    Population Density 2,155/sq mi

    #5 Beverwyck

    Parsippany is twenty-two miles west of Lodi. Cameron Dog Park has a large grassy field for dogs to rid themselves of the leash and have a howlin' good time! The large, fully fenced dog park includes a separately fenced section for smaller dogs. Be careful navigating this dog park -- the terrain is uneven. This surface can be tough for the two-legged, but the four-legged don't seem impeded. The natural setting of the dog park includes a very old shade tree which is the prime source of shade for the human companions. Dogs have some agility equipment. A tunnel attracts the most curious of the pups. This dog park has water on-site, and waste bags are supplied. Registration and a fee must be paid to the city in order to visit the dog park.
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