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Dog Areas in Pine Hill, NJ

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The borough of Pine Hill is dominated by the Trump National Golf Club. This membership-only golf course offers the finest of everything for its members. Although it occupies a large chunk of the borough, no information was readily available about its pet policy. If you want to bring your pooch along, consider calling ahead to make sure pets are allowed. 

No veterinarians have set up a clinic in the borough, but people with pups will have no problem finding care for their pup in the nearby communities. There are also plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun nearby. Four miles north of Pine Hill in Gibbsboro is the very popular Blueberry Hill Trail. This trail takes hikers through wetlands and along a path to a scenic view of Philadelphia. Parts of this trail are paved and parts are gravel and dirt. Most of the trail is easy, with a few areas of moderate difficulty. Leashed dogs are welcome to experience this hike. The wooded areas are great for spotting wildlife. 

You can find a shorter walk in the woods on the Berlin Park Trail, located just five miles out of town. Another easy pet-friendly hike along Somerdale's Nature Trail can be found five miles north. Trash cans and benches along the way are great conveniences.

Dog-friendly fun is just a bone's throw away from Pine Hill!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pine Hill, NJ

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    Population Density 3,773/sq mi

    #1 Chews Landing

    Blackwood is located five miles west of Pine Hill. Timber Creek Park is the destination your pup dreams of! This dog park has nine acres of woods and fully fenced space for your pooch to run and play in. This one huge space is for dogs of all sizes. With so much room to move, few problems arise between dogs of different sizes. Dogs, nevertheless, should be well-socialized. A double-gated entry makes sure that no pup gets lost getting into the dog park. The main park features a lake in which pups can take a swim, as well as paved walkways and hikes through the woods. A leash is required on these hikes.
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    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #2 Centennial Blvd

    Voorhees is located five miles north of Pine Hill. Connolly Dog Park is the pawfect place for your pup to play! This dog park features a large and small dog enclosure. The ground is mostly grass with a few places worn down to dirt. A note to those diggers --cover those holes before you leave! Water fountains serve people and canines. Human companions appreciate the benches and picnic benches placed in shaded spots. Numerous toys such as balls, frisbees, and other chewables are always available here.  Waste stations are amply stocked with doggie waste baggies for those necessary pick-ups. For more exercise, the main park offers a walking track that a person and leashed pup can explore together.
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    Population Density 1,867/sq mi

    #3 Westville

    Westville is located thirteen miles north of Pine Hill. A person with a restless pup will get some help at Deptford Doggie Park.  This dog park has two fully fenced play areas for some leash-free socializing and exercise. Both the large and small dog areas have pieces of agility equipment, including ramps and tunnels. The ground here is grass with areas of dirt. A water spigot keeps those bowls full. People have some red decorative metal benches to sit on. The shade here is in short supply, though. Waste stations are stocked with doggie waste baggies to make it a snap to clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 566/sq mi

    #4 North Medford

    Medford is located thirteen miles east of Pine Hill. Freedom Dog Park is the ultimate off-leash adventure! This dog park is twenty acres of natural ground that's gone to the dogs. (We mean that in the best way pawssible, of course!) This park isn't fully fenced, so pet parents must have good voice control over their furry pal. The experience is worth it, though! The area includes a creek for a splashin' good time. The grounds have large open fields and paths through wooded fields. Numerous benches are positioned around the park for a bit of relaxing. A water station serves the needs of people and pups.
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    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #5 Academy Dr/Union Mill Rd

    Mount Laurel is located fifteen miles north of Pine Hill. Laurel Acres Dog Park is the prime destination for a pup needing to get out of the house for awhile. This fully-fenced dog park features two enclosures. One section is dedicated to the smaller dogs. The ground is mostly grass with patches of dirt, so this park can get muddy after a hard rain. Waste stations supply waste bags to do that necessary duty. Human companions have benches to rest on around the dog park. All the shade in the park is in the large dog area, so bring some sunscreen if you have a small pupper! No water is available on-site.
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