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Dog Areas in Marlton

5 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
11 Eateries
7 Groomers

There are tons of amazing "op-paw-tunities" for fun times in the pet-friendly city of Marlton, New Jersey! Marlton was first inhabited in the late 1600s by Welsh and English farmers. The name derives from the type of clay found commonly in the soil in this part of New Jersey -- marl clay. Over the years, "marl clay" eventually became Marlton. Dogs and humans alike love living here! Attractions like the Garden State Discovery Museum and Diggerland keep the tourists coming back, and the locals never get bored. The city itself is only a little over 3 square miles, but Marlton's "pet-tential" is huge!

Pet owners have everything they could ask for in Marlton! There are 5 veterinarians, 7 pet groomers, and 2 pet shops within a 5-minute drive of your house. On top of the essentials, there are also a bunch of Fido-friendly places to explore. Being in the Garden State, Marlton has 5 city-owned parks that make gorgeous places for a nice relaxing walk with the dog. Within a 10-minute drive, there are three different trail loops if your dog needs some rigorous exercise. Once you've got your fill of the outdoors, you and Fido can head to any one of the 11 pet-friendly restaurants for a "whining and dining" experience with the doggo!

Just grab the leash and head this way!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marlton

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    Population Density 3,884/sq mi

    #1 The Dominion


    Is your dog a health nut that loves it when his food is locally sourced? The Dominion neighborhood is home to B.Good, where you and Fido can enjoy a guilt-free meal that embraces sustainability. Don't worry! Healthy doesn't mean it's not delicious. B.Good serves burgers and milkshakes on top of the kale bowls and seasonal salads! Try the Spicy Avocado Lime Bowl or a Cousin Oliver Burger, and don't forget to ask your waiter which farm the ingredients were grown in. It might be one of your neighbors! This neighborhood is just a skip and a hop from some furrific parks where you can walk off your lunch.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,509/sq mi

    #2 Willow Ridge


    Does your dog like to join you wherever you go? If your dog can't stand being left alone even for a quick trip to the grocery store, then the Willow Ridge neighborhood has your pup's name on it. Here, you'll find Rastelli Market Fresh, which is half grocery store and half deli. The Chef's Corner prepares some delicious hot meals and has 6 dining tables outside where you and Fido can sit down to enjoy beer craft burgers, seafood burgers, and much more! You can also grab fresh juices, coffee, cheeses, and baked goods for a specialty snack. Fido can gorge on the doggie-friendly groceries right along with you!

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    Population Density 2,355/sq mi

    #3 Golden Triangle


    Does your dog know the subtle difference between a gourmand and a glutton? If you live in the Golden Triangle neighborhood in Cherry Hill, you're close to a ton of different pet-friendly restaurants with outside seating areas for the doggos. If you're hankering for some "Bark-B-Q", you can head to Red Hot & Blue for some award-winning ribs! Try the Wet Ribs, Tennessee Triple BBQ Platter, or the Delta Surf & Turf! If you and Fido talked it over and you guys decided to get pizza instead, head over to Pat's Select Pizza Grill. Here, you'll find fresh farm-to-table slices and more. Try the Fiji Shrimp Salad or the Roasted Veggie Flatbread. Brandywine is definitely the neighborhood to 'Bone Appetit!'

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,152/sq mi

    #4 Pine Grove


    Does your dog have a double-coat and need some help cooling off in the summer? Living in the Pine Grove neighborhood will land you next to Cups & Cones Creamery, a neighborhood ice cream shop with flavors fit for "app-paws!" You and Fido can get a smoothie, shake, cone, or fresh-squeezed fruit juice. After grabbing a made-to-order shake, you can trek over to Freedom Park to enjoy the weather. Freedom Park is over 20 acres of off-leash fun where Fido can run free throughout the land. There's a small creek where Fido can get his paws wet within the wide-open space. Don't forget to bring your doggo's favorite toys!

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    Population Density 1,579/sq mi

    #5 Heritage Village

    What's your dog's favorite pizza topping? Is it pupperoni? If you and your dog love Italy's greatest culinary invention, then the place to live is Heritage Village. You can walk over to Marco's Pizzeria for pawesome Italian-American style cuisine! Some of the local favorite pies include the Bianca, Margherita, or Florentina. Marco's also serves traditional Italian dishes like gnocchi and stromboli. After a good meal, you can walk through the Savich Tract Fields. There are a few historical buildings to check out as well as a creek that runs through the patch of green land. Fido's welcome to hang out with his leash on!
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