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Dog Areas in Northvale

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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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Northvale

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    Population Density 4,574/sq mi

    #1 bellevue Ave

    On the eastern city limits of Montclair, New Jersey sits the Brookdale Dog Park. This dog park is just 24 miles from Northvale, and it has a 0.8-acre section for large dogs and a 0.4-acre section for smaller dogs. This park provides visitors with all the waste clean-up supplies they could ever need, and there is even an individual time-out section should your dog need it. If your dog likes to try to jump over fences, you'll be glad to know there are six-foot fences surrounding this park, and your dog can work off that extra energy on the park's agility equipment instead.
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    Population Density 1,325/sq mi

    #2 Delfino Park

    The Bark Dog Park is located in East White Plains, New York, and it is less than a half an hour's drive to get there from Northvale. Bark Dog Park has a solid reputation for being clean and well-maintained, and owners are very mindful of their dogs while they play here. There is a section for big dogs and another for small dogs or puppies at Bark Dog Park, and there is plenty of seating for humans throughout the park. For your convenience, there is also a water fountain and plenty of waste bags and bins in the park.
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    Population Density 3,568/sq mi

    #3 Zukor Road

    It takes just a little more than 20 minutes to make the 14-mile drive from Northvale to central New City, New York. This is where you'll find the Kennedy Dells Park Off-Leash Dog Run. It does take a small hike to access this dog park, so keep that in mind before you visit. There are plenty of trails at this park where you can walk with your dog on a leash, and there is also a fenced off-leash section where your dog can play as well. Along the trails, you'll see lots of small streams where your dog can cool off on hot days.
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    Population Density 73,218/sq mi

    #4 Hamilton Heights

    Hamilton Heights is a neighborhood in northern Manhattan, and it's less than a half an hour drive from Northvale. This neighborhood is home to the 142nd Street Dog Run, which opened in 2016 after the community rallied together to create an off-leash space for dogs. Visitors have fallen in love with this park and the close-knit community of dogs and their owners who frequent it. Rather than being divided into separate sections for dogs of different sizes, this park is inclusive, and allows all dogs to play together in one space. There are benches positioned throughout the park so you can sit and watch your dog play.
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    Population Density 2,759/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Chappaqua

    The Gedney Park Off-Leash Dog Area in Northwest Chappaqua, New York is a half-hour drive from Northvale, and it's a place you and your dog are sure to love. Not only does this beautiful park have playgrounds and a sledding hill, but when you venture further into the park, you'll realize there are also miles of trails to explore with your dog. The best part? Your dog can be off-leash at this great park while you choose a hike that ranges from easy to difficult on one of the many trails. These trails are all clearly marked, and along the way, you and your dog will come across small brooks for water.
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