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Dog Areas in Mount Laurel

8 Parks
1 Trail
3 Shops
9 Eateries
5 Groomers

Mount Laurel is a suburb that sits near the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and while it enjoys a close proximity to all that the big cities offer, this smaller town is far enough away from the hustle and bustle. Being home to twelve veterinarians, Mount Laurel is a great spot to take your pup for a fun day out with safety in mind.

If Fido is itching to get out, take him to the Mount Laurel State Park. This pawsome park offers a trail that wanders through the wooded areas of Mount Laurel. The trail will take you over a pretty steep hill, so be prepared to climb. Water is a must out here, as there is none available along the way. 

After a fun day out at the park, head to Angelo's Pizza, a tasty eatery that serves Italian inspired dishes including classic pizza pies. If you are looking for something a little different, check out Roly Poly Rolled Sandwiches. This restaurant serves dozens of hot and cold sandwiches and even allows you to build your own wrap. Both these restaurants have dog friendly tables and welcome your pup to dine with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mount Laurel

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 819/sq mi

    #1 Ramblewood

    If your pup needs some off leash romping, make sure to take him to the Laurel Acres Dog Park. This pawsome dog park is fully fenced in with separate areas so large and small dogs can play with pups their own size. Waste bags are provided in case you forget yours, but the park is known to get a little muddy, so be prepared for Fido to become a hot mess before leaving the park. If your dog isn't a fan of the dog park, then you both can still enjoy the Laurel Acres Park. The park features a small fishing lake, a nature trail, a baseball diamond, and a volleyball court.
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    Population Density 1,765/sq mi

    #2 Hartford

    The Hartford neighborhood offers a few pawsome dog friendly restaurants where you and your pup can chow down. LaScala's Pronto is a casual Italian eatery that serves up Italian-American dishes. Their menu includes flatbread, Stromboli, and brick oven pizza. If you and your pup are craving Mexican, check out Pancheros Mexican Grill. This eatery serves burritos, bowls, salads, and tacos. Grab some delicious American fare at TGI Friday's with your pup by your side. Friday's dishes out burgers, ribs, and chicken with a great choice of cocktails. All of these great restaurants have dog friendly patios and welcome your pup to dine with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 845/sq mi

    #3 Riverton

    Two miles out of Mount Laurel is the Swedes Run Dog Park in Moorestown. This dogtastic park is perfect to let your pup run around off leash in a safe environment. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, plus the park has agility equipment for the more adventurous pups, waste bag stations, and water. The park is open from dawn until dusk, so the two of you have plenty of time to explore this gem. If Fido isn't a fan of the park, take a walk along the trail that surrounds the park instead and still get a good day of exercise in.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 830/sq mi

    #4 Cooper

    The Connolly Dog Park is nine miles out of Mount Laurel in Voorhees and a great spot to let your dog run out some energy before heading home. The park has two separate areas for large and small dogs and other awesome amenities like a water fountain, waste bag station, and toys that locals leave behind. There are also great amenities for owners too, like benches to sit and watch your dogs have a good time, and plenty of shade to help keep everyone cool. Your dog will be tuckered out on his way home after having a great time out at this park.
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    Population Density 637/sq mi

    #5 Carriage Brook Farm

    Head twelve miles out of Mount Laurel to Gibbsboro, and check out the Gibbsboro's Trail. This trail will take you through a hilly nature park on a surface of padded dirt, making the trail perfect for just about anyone to use. With beautiful views of Philadelphia, locals say that the Gibbsboro's Trail is typically unknown and quiet. If the Gibbsboro's Trail doesn't fit your hiking needs, head down the road to the United States Avenue Trail. With an asphalt trail surface, your dog will love walking this 2-mile trail alongside you. The trail will take your through a wooded area and end at the Lindenwold Memorial Park. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you while you hike and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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