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Dog Areas in Logan Township

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Located on the banks of the Delaware River, Logan Township is known for its picturesque setting, with its exemplary natural beauty drawing in visitors from far and wide. With beautiful parks to explore both in and around town, you and your pooch will no doubt enjoy yourselves in Logan Township. Though there are no veterinarians in Logan Townshipm you can find three just south in Swedesboro.

If your pup enjoys running off the lead, pay a visit to the Gloucester County Dog Park, which is located in Logan Township. This is a dedicated fenced-off dog park that stretches out for one and a half acres, with separate sections for smaller and larger dogs. The park also boasts two gazebos, multiple benches, several doggie waste stations, and a water fountain for when Fido gets thirsty.

Beckett Park is a spacious area that is home to several different sports fields and facilities, as well as a few large, open fields that your pup can roam about in. The Beckett Park Trail runs throughout the park, joining up on itself multiple times, making it easy to tailor your walk to the pawfect length.

With so many pawtastic walks to be had, you and your pooch will love your time in Logan Township.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Logan Township

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    Population Density 3,643/sq mi

    #1 Swedesboro


    The Swedesboro neighborhood of Swedesboro is next to Logan Township, and there is enough here to keep you and your pooch busy for quite a while. Start with a stroll through High Hill Park, which contains a sports field along with an expansive patch of woodland. There is a bridge here that will connect you to Locke Ave Park just adjacent to it. This park is slightly busier, with several sports facilities, a playground, and another section of woodland. There are paved paths winding their way through both parks, making it easy to see everything around you. If you and Fido are feeling hungry after all of that walking, stop off for a bite to eat at Tavro Thirteen, which serves up American cuisine using the freshest of ingredients. 

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    Population Density 580/sq mi

    #2 Pedricktown


    The small town of Pedricktown is next to Logan Township, and is a pawsome place to spend a few hours. There is a Game Branch Preserve located here, which stretches out for 392 acres. This parcel of land is home to both local and migratory wildlife, so be sure to keep your pooch on a lead so that you do not end up disrupting any important habitats. For a special treat for yourself after your walk, head to the Salem Oak Vineyards, where you can try wines made from the vineyard's own South Jersey grapes, as well as a selection of snacks. While dogs are welcome to join their owners here, you will need to bring along proof of Fido's rabies vaccination. 

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    Population Density 4,770/sq mi

    #3 Gibbstown


    The Gibbstown neighborhood of Gibbstown is less than a mile from Logan Township, and is home to the large and extremely picturesque Nehaunsey Park. This is a passive park, meaning that while there may not be many facilities here, there is plenty of natural beauty for you and Fido to explore. The best way to see all that the park has to offer is by following its hiking trail, which meanders along for just over a mile one-way. The trail showcases the park's various habitats, as well as its plant and animal life, with both forests and wetlands featuring heavily. While dogs are allowed in the park, you will need to keep your pooch on a lead at all times. 

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    Population Density 3,140/sq mi

    #4 Paulsboro


    The small town of Paulsboro is about four miles from Logan Township, and is an incredibly scenic part of the county, with waterfront views no matter where you go. For some of the best panoramic vistas, head on over to Fort Billings Park, which has quite a bit of history behind it. This park was the very first piece of land purchased by the United States Government, as well as the site of a fort from the Revolutionary War. There are a couple of historic memorials here, as well as a playground, a pavilion and a paved walking path that is pawfect for a leisurely stroll.

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    Population Density 774/sq mi

    #5 Calvary


    The neighborhood of Calvary in Mullica Hill is just over four miles from Logan Township, and is an area that will no doubt get Fido's tail wagging. This is where the Ella Harris Recreation Park is located, which is a popular park that often plays host to local events. The grounds are well-maintained here, and the park is home to several sports facilities, a playground, a fitness area, picnic benches and a paved trail that loops its way through the park. If you and Fido could do with some refreshments, stop off at Crescent Moon Coffee and Tea, where you can sample one of their signature beverages. 

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