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Dog Areas in Mount Holly, NJ

4 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
3 Eateries
3 Groomers

The small historic town of Mount Holly is a great destination for pups and their parents. When spending time in town, plan a trip over to Monroe Park where Fido can run around in the ball fields. The park is small, but it offers a nice area to walk and a place where your pooch can roll around in the grass and sniff the trees.

Families who enjoy including their pup when going out for dinner will love Robin’s Nest restaurant in downtown Mount Holly. You can invite friends and their furry companions to join you and Fido for some French-American cuisine and relax at the outdoor seating. The staff will bring your pooch a bowl of water and even some yummy treats. You can look out over the river and admire the frogs and ducks. Call ahead for a good table.

In Mount Holly, you will find two veterinarian clinics available for your pup’s medical needs. These clinics offer both routine appointments and are available for emergency needs. 

If you and your family are looking for a small pup-friendly town just 45 minutes from Philadelphia, this is a puptastic choice.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mount Holly, NJ

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    Population Density 982/sq mi

    #1 Iron Works Park

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    Iron Works Park is a great place to spend time with your pooch and the family. You can spend time walking around the paved walkway while Fido sniffs the plants and rolls around in the grass. There is an open field where you can throw a ball for your pup, and a small playground for the kids. Just across the creek from Iron Works, you will find Mill Dam Park where you and Fido can go fishing or walk some laps on the path. Before heading home at the end of the day, take your pup and the family to Dempster’s Sports Pub for some burgers and fries while you and your pooch relax on the side patio. 

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    Population Density 2,675/sq mi

    #2 Smithville

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    Located east of town, the Historic Smithville Park features a variety of nature trails where you and Fido can hike and enjoy the day. While walking through the gardens, your pup can sniff the plants and stroll over the floating bridge to the other side of the lake. The trails are well maintained, and you will probably see other pup parents out for the day. The kids will also have a blast on the playground, and you and your pooch can relax on a bench and watch them play. On the way home, stop by Sammy’s Pizza Barn for some wings, pizza, or pasta! You and Fido can sit on the outdoor patio and enjoy spending time with the family. 

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    Population Density 1,800/sq mi

    #3 Franklin Estates

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    West of Mount Holly in the town of Hainesport, the Long Bridge Park features over 115-acres of space along the Rancocas Creek. There are trails through the park where you can stroll with your pup and enjoy nature. Along the freshwater pond, Fido will have a great time getting his feet wet and splashing along the banks. You can play with the kids on the playground, or relax at one of the picnic tables. You will need to bring your own doggie waste bags, and there are trash receptacles located throughout the area. 

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    Population Density 4,831/sq mi

    #4 Bobby's Run

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    Bryan Freeman Park is about two miles south of Mount Holly in the town of Lumberton, and features a great playground, tennis courts, and a perfect place to walk Fido. You can stroll around the park while your pooch sniffs the trees or rolls in the grass. The kids will love the playground. The park is well-maintained and there are picnic tables and benches where you and your pup can relax with a bottle of water. The ball fields provide wonderful open space where your pooch can chase a ball or a frisbee. Just bring doggie waste bags and dispose of trash in receptacles. 

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    Population Density 2,211/sq mi

    #5 Rancocas Woods

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    The Rancocas State Park is ten minutes west of town and is home to the Powhatan Native American nature preserve. This is a great destination when you and Fido want to hike through primitive nature trails and admire the native plants and trees. There are open fields where your pooch can run around, and the trailhead is near the parking area. You will need your own doggie waste bags, and be sure to bring some water bottles on a warm day. Exploring the area with your pup gives you a chance to see amazing views, but be sure to check yourself and your pooch for ticks before heading home. 

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