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Dog Areas in Middlesex

4 Parks
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

The small borough of Middlesex is situated to make the life of a person with a furry family member a little healthier and more fun. The borough has one veterinary clinic in town to take care of both routine and more complex veterinary needs. The surrounding larger townships have dozens of options for veterinary care.  

Middlesex has several small parks that will give a person with a leashed dog a bit of quality time outdoors. Haverstick Park has some open fields for a stroll and fresh air. Simchock Park has another stretch of greenery for walking and stretching those paws. Steve Fellin Field has large, grassy outfields that can be used for some walking on-leash, as long as you aren't visiting during a game.

For longer and more forested hiking trails, head to nearby Washington Rock State Park. This scenic and historic park is just a 3.5-mile drive from Middlesex. The walking trails will give you and your leashed dog a chance to scale the same path that George Washington took in the Revolutionary War. The overlook in the park is where Washington kept an eye out for advancing British troops. 

Back in town, food can be found at Ocean Garden Chinese Restaurant. Chow down on some chow mein at the dog-friendly outdoor table here. Then, top off the day with a sweet treat from Rita's Italian Ice!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Middlesex

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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #1 Mountainside

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    Mountainside is located twelve miles north of Middlesex. A drive to Echo Lake Dog Park makes for a happy hound! This pooch playground is fully fenced so your pup can ditch the leash and go play with a few new canine companions. This dog park offers almost three acres of dirt and grass for off-leash fun. Smaller dogs will find their own kind in a safe and separately fenced spot. No need to bring a water bottle to visit here -- the dog park's amenities include a water fountain and plenty of bowls for those thirsty pups. Plenty of shaded benches and a gazebo give people a shaded spot to relax while their canine friends play.
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    Population Density 4,225/sq mi

    #2 Woodbridge

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    Woodbridge is located fifteen miles east of Middlesex. Woodbridge Dog Park attracts dogs from all over New Jersey and beyond, and for good reason! This dog park features a fully fenced enclosure of sweet-smelling grass not found in many of the other New Jersey dog spots. A smaller grassy area gives those smaller canines some separate and safe off-leash fun. Agility equipment in the large dog area offers a chance for some training or just adds to this outdoor adventure. Water fountains are on-site, and human companions will find plenty of shaded benches. A decorative white gazebo adds to the ambiance of the place. Waste stations stocked with waste bags help people keep the dog park walkable and nice.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,155/sq mi

    #3 Maplewood

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    Maplewood is located twenty miles north of Middlesex. A large statue of a dog will greet you and Fido at South Mountain Dog Park, so you'll know you've come to the right place! This dog park features plenty of space for off-leash running and finding a couple new furry pals. Small dogs have a reserved area for their play too. Agility equipment in the large dog area consists of an obstacle course and ramps. Big rocks dot the dog park and make for a place for people to sit, or better yet, for dogs to climb on. Water can be found at the park, and kiddie pools in the summer make it a splash to visit!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,420/sq mi

    #4 Morristown

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    Morristown is located twenty-seven miles north of Middlesex. The 2,000 acres of woods and recreational space make the Lewis Morris Park a furrific place for humans and dogs to check out! Lewis Morris Dog Park can also be found here, with a fully fenced, paved enclosure for some leash-free exercise outdoors. A small dog confine lets these pups play undisturbed by the big breeds. The human companions will find some shaded benches from which to supervise their pups, as well as waste stations stocked with bags. Trees line the dog park's perimeter, and the shade they provide is mutts-appreciated in the warmer months. For more adventure, a leashed walk on the trail adds to the outdoor experience.
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    Population Density 5,971/sq mi

    #5 Bellevue Ave

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    Montclair is located thirty-one miles north of Middlesex. Brookdale Dog Park has some fully fenced spots for your Spot's fun! Petite pups have a separate enclosure for some tail-waggin' fun, too. This dog park features a gravel mulch surface for easy clean-ups and fairly clean playtime. Benches in the shade let the human companions take a break. Agility equipment, including ramps, offers an opportunity to train or just do something new. Water can be found on-site. Waste stations stocked with waste baggies remind people to do the right thing and pick up after their pup. People can get their exercise on the walking paths in the main park. Dogs must be leashed on this walk, though.
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