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Dog Areas in Mountainside

6 Parks
6 Trails
1 Groomer

Mountainside is a tiny town of fewer than 10,000 people. Amenities for people with pups are readily available in larger adjacent communities. Mountainside lacks veterinarians, but dozens can be found within a twenty-mile radius. The city itself does not maintain many parks for you and your pup -- but don't fret just yet! Fortunately, there are many county and state parks in or near the city limits.  

Mountainside State Park will challenge you and your pup on a 1.6-mile loop trail up the mountainside. It is a short walk, but be ready for the climb -- hikers have remarked that it has its challenging spots. There are a few benches to rest on the way. The climb rewards you with an overlook of trees and the skyline of NYC. Don't fur-get to snap some pics from the top!

More hiking adventure can be found at Watchung Reservation. Watchung has miles of designated trails. Be careful to know your trail before you start out. Some hikers complain that some of the trails are not well-marked. Watchung has over 2,000 acres of nature in the heart of one of the most densely populated places in the country.  This beautiful oasis of nature is found in the tiny town of Mountainside. One of its trails takes hikers around the gorgeous Lake Surprise. This lake is a haven for many kinds of waterfowl. This trail is a good day's hike of eleven miles. Be sure to pack water for you and your pup for an adventure into the wilderness.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mountainside

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    Population Density 638/sq mi

    #1 Mountainside

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    The city limits of Mountainside is home to the Echo Lake Dog Park. This is a special park for the area and attracts many visiting dogs. It is free and open to the public. Three acres of grass and natural terrain are fully fenced for dogs to socialize with their kind. This dog park has a few pieces of agility equipment to train on or for curious pups to check out. Many noses will be on the ground to get a whiff of nature here. This roomy dog park sets aside a generous piece of ground for the smaller dogs. This park has everything you need, including water and waste baggies. Human companions will find many shaded seats where they can relax and watch their pups play.
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    Population Density 4,225/sq mi

    #2 Woodbridge

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    Thirteen miles south of Mountainside is Woodbridge, home to a furrific dog park that Fido won't want to leave! Woodbridge Dog Park has a fully fenced, grass-covered field for dogs to play leash-free. This dog park is nicely landscaped with benches in shaded areas of the park. A decorative white gazebo adds a bit of charm as well as shade to the dog park. A separate enclosure serves the needs of the smaller fur babies.  Agility equipment in the larger enclosure is a bonus.  Water is available for pups and their people. Waste stations around the park make it easy to pick up after your canine companion. The main park offers even more adventure on some trails through the woods. A leash is necessary in the main park.

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    Population Density 6,304/sq mi

    #3 Morristown

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    Morristown is located eighteen miles north of Mountainside. Lewis Morris Dog Park is the pawfect place for pups to make new pals. This dog park has a paved playground completely enclosed for some freedom from the leash. A second paved enclosure is the small dog spot. This dog park gets some complaints from people because of the pavement. Dogs don't complain, though! The ground  is easier to keep clean. A dog may not need a nail trim if they play on this kind of surface. The dog park doesn't have places for the human companions to sit, though. Water is close by, but still a walk away from your pup. Waste stations are adequate, so bring some of your own baggies just in case.
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    Population Density 5,971/sq mi

    #4 bellevue Ave

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    Just nineteen miles north of town, you'll find a pupular dog park that attracts dogs from all over New Jersey! Brookdale Dog Park is a great place for Fido to sniff out some new friends. Dogs of all breeds and sizes enjoy this dog park. A small pup can play in the separate area set aside for their safer play. The park features pieces of agility equipment for those dogs in training for agility competitions, or just for the curious pup to try out.The ground here is covered with a gravel mulch. No need to worry about water or waste baggies! This pawesome park covers those needs too. People appreciate the many shaded spots where they can sit and supervise their pup.
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    Population Density 4,659/sq mi

    #5 Lyndhurst

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    Twenty-two miles north of Mountainside is Lyndhurst, home to Riverside County Park, which encompasses the Passaic River. Scenic walks and picnic spots are available for a person with a leashed dog to enjoy. The park includes a dog park for some woof-wonderful playtime off-leash with some canine companions. This dog park has an enclosure for smaller dogs too. Water is available for people and their thirsty pups, and the waste stations positioned around the park make clean-ups easy. People will find numerous balls and frisbees donated from previous visitors. If playing fetch doesn't interest your dog, there are plenty of shaded places to just sit and watch your pup interact with other dogs.
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