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Dog Areas in Oaklyn

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Oaklyn is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, just 38 miles southwest of the State’s capital of Trenton. The area was once dense forest land and home to the Lenape Native Americans, but was settled by a group of Quakers around 1682 in what was originally known as the Newton Colony. The town was officially named Oaklyn in 1894. It is a small town, but a lovely place to stop in with your pup. There aren’t any vets or animal hospitals in Oaklyn, but rest assured help is not far away if your beloved travel buddy falls ill. Surrounding towns of Collingswood and Audubon have several clinics and animal hospitals that would be happy to help.

There are two green spaces in town worth checking out on your travels. Peters Creek offers wetlands and natural landscape, where you can come for a stroll and take in views over the lake. Lions Park is close by, towards the centre of town, and a beautiful green space nestled amongst suburbia. Your dog will love taking a stroll through the park and surrounding Oaklyn streets with you. It is a short walk to the main shopping district from here, where there is a range of interesting places to take a look at as you pass by.

With plenty more to do in Oaklyn and surrounding areas, this borough definitely worth taking some time in!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oaklyn

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,325/sq mi

    #1 N Black Horse Pike

    The Haddon Lake Park in Mount Ephraim is 73 acres of spectacular recreation space, a great place to bring your pooch for a morning out. Pop your pup on the lead for a walk on the one-mile loop around the lake, or tackle the 1.6-mile cross country trail. There is also a bike path running through this area which is divided into sections from 0.4 to 0.7 miles long. The kids will love this area too, with two playgrounds, a softball field and fishing permitted from the pier. Restrooms and picnic facilities are also provided here. Keep your pup leashed here as it is a public park, and always bring a stash of waste disposal bags.
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    Population Density 2,840/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Haddon Township

    Saddler's Woods Conservation Area is 25 acres of land in Haddon Township where pups are permitted to join you for a walk, provided they are leashed. There are five main trails here and several minor trails that make up the self-guided tree tour, with 15 stops along the way to tell you more about the beautiful specimens that tower above you. Maps are available at the park. This is a ‘leave no trace’ area, so make sure you take any waste with you when you leave. Newton Lake Park is just north of Saddler’s, and another beautiful spot for a trail walk, or bring a packed lunch and enjoy the picnic areas and open grassed areas by the lake.
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    Population Density 4,480/sq mi

    #3 West Collingswood

    Within an easy six minute drive north of Oaklyn is Knight Park in Collingswood, a popular 70-acre public greenspace with a paved walking trail, sports fields and a playground centered around a picturesque lake. Your pet is permitted here, provided you keep him leashed. While you are in this area, stop by at one of the pet-friendly restaurants in Collingswood. Try a gourmet delight from Sweet Freedom Bakery, or rest and regroup at Grooveground for a hot cuppa and delicious dessert. Sabrina's Café is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner for classic bistro meals. All of these places allow pets at their outdoor seating areas.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 492/sq mi

    #4 Golden Triangle

    The Cooper River Dog Park within Cooper River Park in Cherry Hill is a pawsome place nearby to Oaklyn where your pup can enjoy some off-lead time. The fenced park features two areas for different sized dogs, seasonal water fountains, benches for you to sit at while you supervise your playful pet, and lights for night use. The broader Cooper River Park is a huge area that follows the Cooper River Lake, and is also very dog-friendly, however you will need to put Fido back on a lead once you leave the dedicated dog space. The park has a 1.3-mile paved path and a 1.25-mile unpaved trail for a walk together, as well as memorial groves, a sculpture garden and wetlands to explore.
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    Population Density 2,066/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Cherry Hill

    Evans Pond in Cherry Hill is just four miles east of Oaklyn, and another great place to bring your pooch for a walk. You will need to keep him leashed here, but he will love traversing the paved path around the recreation area with you. There is also a playground and ball court to keep the kids amused while you relax on the grass with a picnic. Adjacent to Evans Pond is Challenge Grove Park, also very pet-friendly and a scenic place to visit. Challenge Grove covers 18 acres and features a bike path, manicured garden, picnic facilities and a playground. Your pooch will also need to stay leashed here, and always clean up any mess he leaves behind when out and about.
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