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Dog Areas in Mays Landing

19 Parks
5 Trails
2 Shops
1 Eatery
8 Groomers

Located on the New Jersey coast, Mays Landing is a beautiful small town in Atlantic County, about eighteen miles out of Atlantic City. Right off of the Great Egg Harbor River, your dog will love exploring all the trails that run throughout Mays Landing. Home to four veterinarians, Mays Landing is a great spot to make sure your pup is well taken care over.

Grab Fido and head into Estell Manor Park for a great day out filled with exercise and exploring. The park is 1,700-acres and one of the most popular in the area. There are tons of amenities here, including boating, picnic tables, fishing, and a hiking trail. The trail is 1.5-miles long with exercise stations located around it which is perfect for a nice walk with your dog.

If you and your pup get hungry, stop into Buffalo Wild Wings and chow down on some tasty food, such as wings, chicken fingers, salads, and burgers. There is a plethora of different sauces you can top your wings with, making Fido dying to lick your fingers. If you and Fido are the adventuring type, spend a few nights in the Winding River Campgrounds. Pitch a tent and make a campfire with Fido to enjoy the great outdoors before returning to reality.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mays Landing

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 764/sq mi

    #1 Mckee City

    The Atlantic County Bikeway is a great trail to explore with Fido by your side. This trail is 7.5-mile long with an asphalt ground covering. There are trees that line the trail and provide shade, and the path will take you into some woodlands where Fido can explore. The trail is popular among bike riders, so keep your dog close and on a leash. Make sure to bring plenty of water and clean up bags as there isn't any available.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 95/sq mi

    #2 Estell Manor

    Head out to the Maple Lake Wildlife Management Area to explore all the great hiking trails here. The 482-acres of forested land is surrounded by a 30-acre lake which is perfect for canoeing and kayaking. If you decide to hike the trails, make sure to keep your pup on a leash since there is protected wildlife living here. Make sure to bring plenty of water, and don't forget your clean up bags. By the time you get home, Fido will be all tuckered out from all the fun he had exploring.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 331/sq mi

    #3 Buena

    Thirteen miles out of Mays Landing is the Bellview Winery in Landisville. Fido will love jumping in the car and checking out this new winery with you by his side. The winery offers over twenty different types of wine with an inexpensive sampling tray, but the best part is that your pup is welcome inside of the tasting room. If Fido isn't a fan of the noise and commotion inside, there is plenty of outdoor space and tables where you can enjoy a glass of wine and relax together.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,887/sq mi

    #4 Steelmanville

    Twelve miles out of Mays Landing is the Pleasantville to Somers Point Bike Path in Linwood. Your dog will love exploring this 8.2-mile trail which offers an asphalt trail surface making for an easy hike. The trail will take you through residential neighborhoods, a school, parks, and a field. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while walking, since the trail will take you across a few busy streets. There are usually other walkers and bikers using this trail, so Fido will have plenty of opportunities to get some head pets in along the way.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,059/sq mi

    #5 Historic/ Old Town

    The Somers Point Bike Path is a great 6.5-mile trail to explore with your furry pal by your side. This trail is located in Somers Point, thirteen miles out of Mays Landing, and is connected to the Pleasantville Trail. The Somers Trail is mainly asphalt with tons of grass surrounding you, which is perfect if Fido needs a moment to cool down and roll around. Every couple of blocks is a doggie waste station area, so if you forget your bags, you will find some on the way.  
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