Northvale is a borough of Bergen County, New Jersey in the northeastern part of the state, not far from the Hudson River. Northvale has a population of nearly 5,000 people, and it is neatly divided into a small downtown area and residential communities. There are shops, restaurants, and businesses in Northvale, and when you include the surrounding New Jersey and New York communities, you have all of the amenities you'd have in a big city. Northvale may be a small borough, but it has its own veterinary clinic, and there are several others in the neighboring communities.
Northvale doesn't have its own designated off-leash park, but there are plenty of spaces nearby where you can get active with your dog. Northvale's proximity to the Hudson River means there are several convenient outdoor activities just a short drive away, and many of these activities are dog-friendly. One of these activities is visiting the Tallman Mountain State Park with your dog, which is just four miles from Northvale in Rockman County. This park overlooks the Hudson River and Piermont Marsh, and the views will take your breath away. Your dog must be kept on a leash when you visit Tallman Mountain State Park together, but you'll both enjoy hiking the trails together.
Northvale will delight you and your dog as you bond in the beautiful New Jersey parks and trails together.
I have 2 cats of my own that are my children. I have foster dogs in the past and volunteer at CLAWS. I love dogs and all animals. I treat them like they were my own child. Hope to meet your furr baby one day!