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Dog Areas in Lumberton

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The small township of Lumberton, New Jersey doesn’t offer much in the way of dog-friendly attractions and activities, and there are no vet clinics in town. Fortunately, the surrounding areas are just minutes away, and offer several veterinary clinics and paw-friendly things for you and your dog to enjoy together.

Rancocas State Park is one place you won’t want to skip out on. It’s not even four miles away from Lumberton, and your leashed dog is welcome to explore several areas of the large park with you. Here, you can go on guided nature walks or make your own adventure on one of several hiking trails, explore the scenic forests, and even go fishing at a fishing access point.

Just over four miles from Lumberton is the Historic Smithville Park in Mount Holly, NJ. The massive park has over 300 acres of outdoor fun for you and your leashed pup. You can walk the hiking trails, visit a butterfly garden, dabble in some fishing, or socialize your dog with the local kids at the playground. The park has quiet picnic spots, too, which make for the perfect lunch opportunity.

Other dog-friendly places near Lumberton include Mount Laurel and Pennsauken, NJ, which are both less than 13 miles away and offer you opportunities filled with food and fun for you and your four-legged friend.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lumberton

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    Population Density 1,105/sq mi

    #1 Town Center


    Just over two miles north of Lumberton is the Town Center of Mount Holly, NJ. This is where you’ll want to go if you’re in the mood for some dog-friendly restaurants very close to Lumberton. Robin’s Nest is in the neighborhood, and it has lunch and dinner in a casually upscale environment, offering several American and French bistro favorites. Your pup is welcome at the outdoor patio seating. For something a little more casual, there’s always Dempster’s Sports Pub and Restaurant, with a dog-friendly patio and a fun, inviting atmosphere. The neighborhood even has a pet hotel for your convenience if you have to go out of town!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,179/sq mi

    #2 Larchmont


    Larchmont in Mount Laurel is about five miles from Lumberton. This is a neighborhood that’s chock-full of dog-friendly restaurants with just about any type of food you crave. Like Roly Poly Rolled Sandwiches, featuring unique wrap recipes and a way for you to build your own wrap! Mega Sushi is also here, and it has a couple of outdoor tables where furry paws are welcome to join their owners. After you’ve had your fill of yummy food, head to Swedes Park Dog Run, an off-leash and fully-fenced park that’s open most of the day for you and your pooch to have some outdoor fun together. 

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    Population Density 1,752/sq mi

    #3 Ramblewood


    Ramblewood in Mount Laurel is slightly over 12 miles from Lumberton. This neighborhood is home to the Laurel Acres Park, a pupular place for photographers and nature lovers, especially those looking to get their fix of the great outdoors. But the park even has its own dog run for your furry pal to enjoy! The off-leash area of the park has separate areas for small and large dogs, doggie waste disposal products, and a part of the lake that your dog can splash around in. Your leashed dog is also welcome to explore some of the other areas of Laurel Acres Park, like scenic walking trails and open, grassy areas, if you clean up after him.

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    Population Density 2,836/sq mi

    #4 Delair


    A little over 18 miles from Lumberton is the Delair neighborhood of Pennsauken, NJ. Delair hosts the Bow Wow Park, a dog park with separate small and large areas to keep your pooch safe. Both areas have varied terrain to appease dogs with different preferences. You can also hop on the Merchantville Bike Path for some walking or jogging with your pooch. This is one of the Rails-to-Trails paths that stretches just under a mile, so it’s perfect for a quick hike or mid-day exercise break. If you get hungry, try Macaro’s, a deli featuring Italian favorites, like pasta and sandwiches. You and your dog can eat at the outdoor tables. 

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    Population Density 461/sq mi

    #5 Arrowhead


    The Arrowhead area of Marlton, NJ, is just over 11 miles from Lumberton. This neighborhood features several paw-friendly restaurants that give you and your favorite dog a chance to grab a meal together. Pats Select Pizza Grill is one of them, offering some outdoor tables for you and your dog with unique pizzas and pastas that are sure to please your palate. If you’re in the mood for a healthy meal, you can head to b.good for a smoothie, burger, or healthy salad. B.good even lets you enjoy a pawtastic meal with your dog at one of the indoor dog-friendly tables!

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