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Dog Areas in Millington, NJ

2 Parks
2 Trails

Millington is an unincorporated community in Long Hill Township, New Jersey, bordered by the Passaic River to the west and south. There are no animal hospitals in the area, but the closest ones in neighboring Basking Ridge and Stirling are only 5-10 minutes away by car, so you can travel around Millington with your pup without any worries.

Explore the great outdoors of New Jersey with Fido at the Passaic River County Park, a general purpose site spanning 826 acres in Long Hill and Chatham Townships. The Passaic River County Park contains more than 5,000 feet of riverbank and miles of hiking trails, making it a puptastic spot to go for a relaxing, leashed walk in nature with your pooch. Other activities that are available at the park include picnicking, softball, snowshoeing, fishing, cross-country skiing, and canoe launching.

Another good place to take a stroll with your pup is Hicks' Tract, with open space and trails that run from Millington to nearby Stirling. Fido is allowed to go off leash at Hicks' Tract, but must still be kept under control at all times. Be sure to clean up after him as well!

Get ready for a woofderful time with your pooch at Millington!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Millington, NJ

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 686/sq mi

    #1 Union Village / Riverbend

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    Formerly known as the Riverside Park, the Matthew G. Kantor Memorial Park in nearby Gillette offers many different activities for the whole family, including four-legged members. The 24-acre site features multiple athletic fields and courts, several walking paths, a children's playground surrounded by benches, and a canoe launch and picnic grove on the Passaic River. Two buffers can also be found on-site: a 150-foot-wide environmental buffer along the river to protect endangered species, and a forested one along Valley Road to maintain the park's rustic look. Remember to keep Fido on a six-foot leash and away from the playing fields and playground, as these are off-limits to pooches.

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    Population Density 783/sq mi

    #2 Warren Twp

    36

    Fancy a hike with scenic views of the water? Grab your walking shoes and Fido's leash, and head down to the Dealaman Nature Trail and Pond in the nearby township of Warren. From the parking area, walk 100 yards through the woods to reach the pond, which several fish call home. Cooking is not allowed at the pond, so pack some food and treats for Fido instead. But don't worry if you forgot to bring any, as some dog-friendly eateries with outdoor seating are just a quick drive away. Options include Panatieri's Pizza & Pasta, Smoothie King, and Pita Grill and Creperie.

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    Population Density 1,595/sq mi

    #3 Stonehouse Rd

    24

    Peaceful, tree-lined pathways make Pleasant Valley Park in nearby Basking Ridge a pleasant spot to bring your pooch for a leashed walk. Other features of the park include a fishing pond, various athletic courts and fields, a playground, an indoor facility, and a community pool. There are also a couple of picnic shelters to duck under on a sunny day. After getting a good walk in at Pleasant Valley Park, take a short drive to the Dewy Meadow Shopping Center to refuel and recharge. O'Bagel, Burger/Que, and Cafe Figaro & Pizza all offer pup-friendly outdoor seating, so take your pick, snag a table with Fido, and dig in!

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    Population Density 288/sq mi

    #4 Church Street to 78

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    Spend some quality time with your canine companion at the Harry Dunham Park in the nearby community of Basking Ridge. Go for a leisurely, leashed stroll on the wood chip and paved trails; have a picnic at the gazebo; or just let Fido sniff and enjoy the grass in the open fields. Daily exercise keeps your pupper's tail wagging, so don't keep him indoors all day! After going around Dunham Park, drive 5 minutes to Starbucks to grab a drink and chill out with your pooch at one of the outdoor tables. Don't forget to ask for a Puppuccino for Fido!

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    Population Density 1,114/sq mi

    #5 Washington Rock

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    One of New Jersey's oldest state parks, Washington Rock sits on top of Watchung Mountain in nearby Green Brook Township. Its strategic location made it a key lookout point during the American Revolution in June of 1777. Today, Washington Rock is a popular spot for picnicking and relaxing, noted for its puptacular views and historical significance. Benches and picnic tables can be found throughout the park, offering several spots to take a pawse. The Washington Rock State Park follows a “carry in, carry out” policy, so remember to pick up after Fido! Waste bags are provided in case you forgot to bring your own.

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