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Dog Areas in Margate City

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Margate City in New Jersey may be little town, but it is a great place to stop in with your pup. There are many woof-tastic places to eat here, and several lovely parks and nearby trails to explore. Margate City is located on Absecon Island, which is also home to the larger Atlantic City. There is one vet in town, and another in nearby Ventnor City.

TheJerome Avenue Park is a great little green space in town where you can take your pup for a walk on the lead. There is a playground here for the small two-legged companions, and a soccer field providing plenty of open space for fun and games.

Margate City is a gold mine for pup-friendly places to eat, such as Hannah G’s on the eastern border. This casual eatery serves up American-style meals for breakfast and lunch, such as omelettes, pancakes, sandwiches, wraps, burgers, or a satisfying salad such as the Loaded Up Spinach Salad. Close by is a little bakery and café simply known as No. 7311, where you can grab a hot cup of coffee and a pastry or cookie. Both of these places allow dogs at their outdoor tables.

With many things to see and pup-proof places to eat, you and your pet are sure to enjoy your visit to Margate City!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Margate City

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    Population Density 4,400/sq mi

    #1 Madison-Clermont

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    In this part of town, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes meal time. There are six amazing restaurants in this area that allow dogs to join their owners at outside tables. Bocca is an Italian-inspired bistro with a huge selection of traditional fare. Downbeach Deli and Restaurant is a more laid-back style deli, with a variety of sandwiches, wraps and salads, as well as hot dishes such as pot pies and fish cakes. Maynards Café and Johnny’s Cafe and Bar are great places to pop in for a casual lunch. For something a little special, head to Jalapenos and Salads Co. for an exotic infusion of Mexican-inspired clean eating options, or Miyako Japanese Cuisine for a plate of sushi or delicious tempura.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 343/sq mi

    #2 Longport

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    Just west of Margate City is the Longport Dog Beach at Somers Point in Longport. This beach welcomes doggie play off the lead, giving your pet the chance to really stretch his legs and tear up and down the sandy banks as much as he desires! If he is a swimmer, the water is clean and a lovely way to cool off in warmer weather. There aren’t any amenities here, so you will need to pack drinking water and clean up bags. There is plenty of parking close by. Just a short hop to the next island over is Back Bay BBQ, where you can get a hearty meal of ribs, BBQ pulled pork, chicken and a variety of sides with your worn-out pooch by your side at one of the outdoor tables.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 478/sq mi

    #3 Central Ave/ East 55th St

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    The Ocean City Dog Park in nearby Ocean City covers 42,000 square feet, and offers three large play areas for pups of all sizes to run off the lead and meet new friends. You will need to obtain a ‘Paw Pass’ from the Ocean City’s City Hall for a small fee to access the park, but your pup is sure to have a great time. The double-gated park has easy access and ample off-street parking. On-site, there are waste bags and disposal bins provided to keep the place in puptastic condition, as well as water fountains for both two-legged and four-legged visitors. Shade and picnic tables are available for you to relax at and supervise your pup, while he has great fun frolicking with the other dogs and playing with the toys and agility equipment.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,887/sq mi

    #4 Linwood City Centre

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    The Linwood Bikepath (Pleasantville-Somers Point) runs through the town of Linwood, just six miles from Margate City. This trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, and a section of the Somers Point Bike Path that runs a total of 8.2 miles from Pleasantville to Somers Point. This is a great section to take your dog for an on-lead walk along. The paved path is an easy walk and takes you through the residential neighborhoods of Linwood, past Hatshorne Park and the Linwood Arboretum. Bring your water and drinking bowl for Fido when heading out for a walk here and always clean up after your pet.
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    Population Density 1,828/sq mi

    #5 Old Town Somers Point

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    The Somers Point Bike Path begins here in Somers Point and is a great paved trail providing an easy on-lead walk for you and your pup. Much of this area is light industrial and residential, giving you many interesting sights to see as you walk by. If you are hungry after your stroll, head to Buona Vita for an authentic but casual Italian dining experience. Your dog is welcome at one of their many outdoor tables while you enjoy your meal. For a sweet end to your outing, grab a delicious frozen treat at Dairy Queen, where your dog can also sit by you at one of the outdoor tables.

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