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Dog Areas in Parsippany-Troy Hills

29 Parks
3 Trails
1 Shop
6 Eateries
1 Groomer

With recreational opportunities within walking distance for every resident, the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills is a woofderful place to live and visit. There's certainly no shortage of open space for Fido to explore here! The township, commonly referred to as simply Parsippany, has two veterinary hospitals ensuring the good health of its animals, so you can travel with peace of mind.

Parsippany requires doggos to be leashed when out in public. For off-leash play and exercise, there's the Cameron Dog Park. This fenced-in dog park features separate areas for small and large pooches, as well as drinking fountains. Do note that permits, which are issued by the Animal Control Division, are needed.

You can also take your pawsome pup to Druid Hill Park for a nice leashed walk under shady trees. With multiple entrances for easy access, the park has athletic courts, a horseshoe pit, a children's play area, and paved walking paths encircling the perimeter. Remember to keep Fido on a leash no longer than six feet and clean up after him.

Looking for dog-friendly accommodations in Parsippany? Your options include Embassy Suites, Hyatt House, and Sheraton. Book online or call first to confirm the availability of a pet-friendly room.

See you and Fido at Parsippany-Troy Hills!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Parsippany-Troy Hills

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    Population Density 1,540/sq mi

    #1 Westminster


    The neighborhood of Westminster is home to two pup-friendly parks: Old Troy and Normandy. Opened to the public in 1978, the spacious Old Troy County Park spans 153.01 acres that contain 1.6 miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, a shelter, a playground, and an athletic field. Take Fido for a leashed stroll on the trails and pass by beautiful foliage, a picturesque pond, and people enjoying different activities such as softball or snowshoeing. If you'd like to have a trail map handy, you can download it online. The adjacent Normandy Park, although smaller and offering less recreational opportunities, is also a nice spot to take your pooch for a walk or a game of fetch.

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    Population Density 954/sq mi

    #2 Knoll Dr


    Located within the 360-acre Knoll Golf Facility, Knoll Park in nearby Lake Hiawatha is the pawfect place to have a picnic with your best friend. The park comprises two large picnic areas with shelters that can be reserved for special occasions, as well as dirt walking paths, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, bocce courts, and a nature center with an amphitheater. Here, you'll also find the first play area in a New Jersey public park that was specifically designed for handicapped kids. So pack Fido's favorite treats and head down to Knoll Park. Enjoy a picnic in the shade then go on the dirt paths to explore the woods with your doggo.

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    Population Density 5,427/sq mi

    #3 Lower Lake Hiawatha


    Lower Lake Hiawatha, located in nearby Lake Hiawatha, is the neighborhood to go if you want to check out some of the local eateries with your dog in tow. Head straight to N Beverwyck Rd, where pooch-friendly restaurants such as Singas Famous Pizza, The Dairy, The CakeOver, Howard's Bagels, and Kabab Paradise are located. All of these places have at least one outdoor table that you can share with your pup. After filling your tummies, take a leashed walk around Lake Hiawatha Park, a small, 0.32-acre park with a children's play area and a gazebo dedicated to two former residents who perished in the Vietnam War. 

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    Population Density 1,071/sq mi

    #4 Lake Parsippany


    Lake Parsippany Park is a great place to take your best buddy for a peaceful walk. Featuring athletic fields and courts, horseshoe pits, play areas, a large picnic area, and walking paths, this park gets busy during evenings and weekends. Follow the paved path through the woods behind the picnic shelter to get a bit of exercise while enjoying the natural scenery. If you and Fido need a place to spend the night, the Residence Inn by Marriott is just outside the neighborhood, over a mile away from the park. Two dogs of any size are welcome for an additional fee. Be sure to call first to reserve a pet-friendly room.

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    Population Density 2,237/sq mi

    #5 Hunting Ridge


    Easily accessible via Route 46, the Smith Field Park is the most active park in the system with two softball fields, four tennis courts, a volleyball court, two playgrounds, and a picnic area, just to name a few. There's something for everyone, including canine companions, at this popular family destination. Watch a game, enjoy a picnic, or go for a leashed stroll around the park with your pup. Just a quick drive away from Smith Field Park is the Troy Hills Shopping Center, where you can grab a bite to eat at Panera Bread. Fido is welcome to join you at the spacious patio, but not inside, so place your order at the drive-thru window if you don't want to leave him outside.

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