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Dog Areas in Piscataway Township

25 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
3 Eateries
4 Groomers

Piscataway Township boasts several historic sites, and plenty of green areas too. With so many different parks to explore, as well as dog-friendly restaurants, hotels and a highly rated animal clinic, this town caters well to both humans and dogs.

There are plenty of parks in Piscataway, but if you are seeking a more rugged walk through wild natural beauty, head to the Rutgers Ecological Preserve. This picturesque parcel of old growth forest features a network of walking trails that total just under four miles in length, which not only showcases the area's natural diversity, but also a few historical remnants.

If your pooch would prefer a neighborhood park, there are so many to choose from. Quibbletown Park is always popular, not only because of its large size, but also for its sports facilities, playground and walking path. Irishtown Park has similar facilities, as well as a roller hockey rink, while Hazelwood Park and Alexander Park are smaller, but boast picturesque views of Bonygutt Brook.

To treat your pooch to a meal, stop off at Gabriele's Bar and Grill. This casual restaurant has a spacious patio with 20 dog-friendly tables, and serves up American classics along with a fully stocked bar.

With so many exciting areas to explore, your pooch will no doubt have so much fun in Piscataway. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Piscataway Township

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    Population Density 1,908/sq mi

    #1 Knollwood


    The Knollwood neighborhood is home to three parks, with two of them being quite large. The most popular is Perrine Park, where you will find sports fields, a roller hockey rink, a playground, and a sun shelter, as well as a paved pathway. A few blocks away is Kroeger Park, with its softball fields and tennis court. Also in theis neighborhood, you can find the Holmes Marshall Park, with its basketball courts and softball field. Dogs are welcome to use all three of these parks, but do need to be kept on a lead at all times, and owners must always clean up after them. 

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    Population Density 4,357/sq mi

    #2 New Market


    New Market is quite a scenic part of Piscataway, especially if you head on over to the New Market Pond, where you will find a dam and a small peninsula, complete with a pretty gazebo from where you and Fido can take in the view. A few blocks away from here is New Market Park, which is home to sports courts and fields, a playground, and a sun shelter, giving you and your pooch plenty to see. Also in this neighborhood is Columbus Park, with several sports facilities, a playground and picnic areas. Dogs are allowed in all of these areas, but a lead is essential. 

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    Population Density 2,009/sq mi

    #3 Bakelite Park


    There are two pawsome parks in the Bakelite Park neighborhood, making this area extremely popular with Piscataway's canine population. The first is the picturesque Riverside Park, which sits on the banks of the Raritan River, offering up gorgeous waterfront views. In addition to its stunning scenery, this park is also home to sports facilities, boating ramps, fishing areas, a playground and a picnic grove. If Fido still needs more exercise, head on over to Wynnwood Park. This neighborhood park boasts a large field, tennis courts, a playground and a sun shelter, as well as a paved walkway that is pawfect for a leisurely stroll.

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    Population Density 3,791/sq mi

    #4 Ethel-Stelton


    There are several parks worth exploring in the Ethel-Stelton neighborhood, making this an area that will definitely tire Fido out. Begin at Durham Park, with its basketball court, tennis courts and playground, before making your way over to Byrne Park, which is also home to a playground and sports facilities. Sturbridge Park is another popular spot, because other than its playground, the rest of the park is passive, featuring open green spaces for your pooch to sniff around in. After working up an appetite, treat Fido to a meal at Al Dente. This dog-friendly restaurant serves up authentic Italian dishes, and also has an extensive wine list. 

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    Population Density 558/sq mi

    #5 Piscataway Park


    Piscataway Park is quite a large neighborhood, meaning that there is plenty to see and do here. What your pup will enjoy the most is Possumtown Park, which is not only home to sports facilities, a playground, scenic wooded areas and a picnic grove, but also several fishing spots along the Ambrose Brook. If you and your pooch need somewhere nearby to spend the night, Embassy Suites Piscataway Somerset welcomes two pets per guest room for an addition fee, on the conditions that they weigh less than 50 lbs, and are crated whenever they are left in the room unattended.  

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