Magnolia is as beautiful as its name. This small borough located in Camden County is one of many such communities found in the Garden State. This community welcomes people with a furry family member. The town doesn't have a veterinarian, but many can be found in the adjoining communities.
Four parks in Magnolia call out for an outdoor stroll in some green space. Albertson Memorial Park consists of an upper and lower level. The upper level has picnic pavilions and the lower one has more benches and a gazebo. The Billy Tavener Park has open green space that lies adjacent to the wetlands. A person and a leashed pup can enjoy a whiff of nature here!
Eugene Landin Park has some open grassy spots for a person and a pup that need to get out of the house. A small picnic area makes this small park a relaxing spot. Roosevelt Park is the smallest of the borough's parks. It offers a landscaped garden to captivate the senses and a few benches for a rest while exercising your four-legged companion on a leash.
For a bigger taste of nature, a visit to one Camden County's twenty-one parks may be just the ticket. Newton Lake Park is just one of those parks, and it's just five miles north of Magnolia. It has 103 acres of recreational space and boasts three picnic areas, fishing, and a 2.43-mile bike/walkway.