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Dog Areas in Moorestown

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Moorestown is a township in Burlington County, and a suburb in eastern Philadelphia. A small but beautiful city in the state of New Jersey, Moorestown should definitely be a stop on the list of any dog lover. From the numerous restaurants available to chow down with your canine companion, as well as a beautiful dog park, neither you nor Fido will find yourself wanting for things to do in this hidden gem of a town. 

Make your way to Swedes Run Dog Park, a fenced-in park with separate areas for both large and small dogs. In addition to the separate runs for your puppy pals to run off-leash, there are waste stations to keep the park tidy, athletic structures for you and your pup to prance about, and water fountains when your wily woofer needs to wet their whistle. 

Moorestown is a welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle of East Philadelphia, and you and your pup will find plenty of dog-friendly lodging if you’re here just for a short trip, or even if you’re looking for a new place to settle down with your fur baby. You’d be doggone crazy to miss out on this little slice of heaven, and your pup will thank you for the trip.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Moorestown

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    Population Density 2,812/sq mi

    #1 Chews Landing

    A hop and skip away from Moorestown, you’ll find Chews Landing, a small neighborhood known for the beautiful Timber Creek Park. A 60-acre wooded park, the most notable piece of land in Timber Creek Park is the fenced-in dog park, where you’re free to let your dog off his leash for a bit of fun! Large and small dogs alike make use of this area, so don’t hesitate to meet up with some friendly locals!  In addition, leashed dogs are welcome on many of the trails within the main park, and there’s a wonderful little pond for your pooch to get their paws wet.
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    Population Density 193/sq mi

    #2 Schuylkill

    The beautiful Schuylkill borough is a small neighborhood in East Philadelphia, home to Schuylkill River Dog Park. An amazing little park where well-behaved doggies are allowed on- or off-leash in the main area, you and your pup will also have the choice between a fenced-in section for large or small dogs. At this hip and environmentally friendly park, you’ll find biodegradable doggy waste bags, as well as a water fountain and hose -- so if your dog gets a little muddy, don’t hesitate to clean them off! They’ll want to look their best for their new pup pals, after all.
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    Population Density 1,287/sq mi

    #3 East Moorestown

    Find your way in East Moorestown, you’ll find yourself at the hippest dog-friendly restaurant in town. The Blue Fig Cafe is a quaint little cafe that serves healthy Mediterranean dishes, from kebabs and falafel to wraps and hummus. Enjoy the delicious number of dishes available to you while basking in the sunshine of their outdoor deck with your doggie. There are ten outdoor tables, so you and your dog are bound to make your share of friends of both a human and canine variety. Come on a nice sunny day, and you can’t go wrong. Just be sure to bring a treat for your pal.
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    Population Density 12,893/sq mi

    #4 East Lansdowne

    While a pooch who is unaccustomed to a lot of foot traffic may not be a good fit for the area, East Lansdowne can’t be missed the by the canine who craves company and delectable cuisine. In this diamond in the rough, you’ll find the Gold Standard Cafe, an accommodating restaurant that provides water for its doggy denizens, as well as a wonderful selection of food for you to choose from. Serving homemade delicacies for every meal of the day, you and your pup pal can’t go wrong if your dog is the adventurous sort. Be sure to keep your pal leashed, and enjoy the plentiful petting.
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    Population Density 3,392/sq mi

    #5 Pennsauken Township

    Pennsauken Township is a lovely little retreat where you and your canine companion can enjoy the cool and brisk air in Northeast Philly. Just a short distance from Moorestown, you and your pup are sure to have a blast in this hidden treasure. Though the park is not always filled to the brim with other barking buddies, you and your pup are welcome to enjoy the wide open space separated for large and small dogs. It can be a quiet location at times, so your shy pal will be able to ease into the dog park experience. The locals that do frequent this park are very friendly, so look forward to meeting new friends and sniffing new rears (your dog, that is.).
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