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Dog Areas in Pequannock

8 Parks
3 Trails
3 Groomers

As close to big city amenities as it is to natural beauty, Pequannock, NJ is certainly in a sweet spot! Founded in 1740, the township has a history older than America itself -- George Washington’s forces camped out on what is now the local middle school during the Revolutionary War, and Pequannock also has the distinction of having been a stop on the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. These days, though, the township is mostly known as a tight-knit yet friendly community, a great place to raise a family, and of course as the hometown of American Pie actor Jason Biggs.

Not only that, but Pequannock is a fabulously fur-friendly place! The township has its own dog park, as well as several community parks that are ideal for leashed walks -- Cherry St. Park, in particular, is pretty pawpular with local dog owners. If you and your pooch like to hike, you’re in luck -- Pequannock is surrounded by seriously scenic state parks and gorgeous trails. You’ll find it hard to believe that you’re only thirty miles from Manhattan! And if you two are looking for a little variety in your off-leash adventures, don’t worry -- you’ll find plenty of furrific dog parks a just a little further afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pequannock

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    Population Density 2,214/sq mi

    #1 Mountain Ave


    Pequannock’s very own dog park is right on the edge of town, so it’d be a huge faux paw not to pay a visit! Pequannock Township Bark Park isn’t the largest in the area, but there’s still plenty of room for your fur-ball to run around and burn off some energy. There’s a separate small dog area, too, so your pooch can play and socialize no matter their size! Bags and water are provided, but there is a catch -- while the park is free for Pequannock residents, nonresidents must pay a twenty-five dollar annual membership fee.

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    Population Density 2,669/sq mi

    #2 Black Oak Ridge / Hamburg Turnpike

    Like the park in Pequannock, Friends and Family Dog Park in Wayne requires a membership to visit, but the fee is a lot more reasonable -- the tag required to visit the park will only set you back five bucks! This pawesome park has enough space in both the large and small dog areas for even the most rambunctious pooch to burn off their excess energy, and tired owners are sure to appreciate the ample seating. Everything you need in terms of bags and water is provided just outside the gates, so all you need to do is bring your pup and prepare to play!
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    #3 High Mountain Park Preserve

    High Mountain Park Preserve is a real mutts-visit! The trails here meander through natural wooded wonderland, and there’s one for every ability, from the fittest furry friends to the less athletic among us. If you and your pooch are looking for a short hike, try the Orange trail -- it has some steep spots, but it’ll bring you right up to the beautiful Buttermilk Falls. The real draw of High Mountain Park Preserve, though, is the Yellow Trail, a four-mile stretch that rewards the stamina of those who complete it with breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. Remember to bring bags and water!
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    Population Density 1,193/sq mi

    #4 Pompton Lake


    Terhune Memorial Park is almost a place of pilgrimage for dog lovers. The park is made up of land around the home of Albert Payson Terhune, author of the book that would later become the basis for Lassie. Terhune’s beloved collies are buried in the park, as are some of the Wayne Police Department's first canine officers. A visit here is anything but morbid, though -- there are acres of well maintained green space and a lovely walking path along the lake. After your walk, why not chow down at Mr. Sushi? Their koni salad is excellent, and wagging tails are welcome outside.

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    Population Density 69/sq mi

    #5 Ramapo River Trce

    No bones about it, if you and your pooch are looking to get back to nature, Ramapo State Forest is the pawfect place to do it! You could spend days or weeks exploring the park’s 4,000 acres of wooded wilderness, and the trails wind around brooks, past ponds, and alongside the serene Ramapo River. Cultured canines might get a kick out of the White Trail, which brings hikers to the ruins of an old castle, and as an added bonus, pups on leash are allowed to splash about in the lakes! Don't forget to bring all your supplies, including water, waste bags, and some trail snacks.
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