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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pleasantville, NJ

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    Population Density 3,349/sq mi

    #1 South Pleasantville


    With easy access to Lakes Bay and several city parks, the neighborhood of South Pleasantville is a pawesome place for you and Fido. Take your pup for a jog on the track surrounding Joker Football field. You can also head over to Clematis Avenue Park and explore the open spaces and wooded areas with your pooch. Dogs are permitted in city parks and other public areas provided they are on a leash and you pick up their waste. After getting some recreation with your pal, grab some grub at Welcome to the South BBQ and settle at one of the pup-friendly outdoor picnic tables.

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    Population Density 2,088/sq mi

    #2 North Pleasantville


    Pupcredible opportunities await you and Fido in the neighborhood of North Pleasantville. If you’re a hiking enthusiast, head to Milan Avenue and Second Street. This site is a trailhead for the Pleasantville to Somers Point Bike Path. You and your pooch can take a jog or enjoy a leisurely stroll through residential neighborhoods, parks, and a few wooded areas on this popular trail. If you just want to go for a walk with your pooch, head to one of the city parks like Woodland Avenue Park. Remember to keep your furry friend on a leash in all public areas and be sure to bring a bag along to pick up any waste.

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    Population Density 2,680/sq mi

    #3 Mount Pleasant


    In the pup-friendly neighborhood of Mount Pleasant, you’ll find some city parks and a large undeveloped area to explore with your pooch. You and Fido can stroll through the Bright Avenue Recreation Area or walk around the field at N P’Ville Little League facility. If you want to take a more extensive hike, bring Fido to the Leeds Ave School Park and follow the trail through residential neighborhoods over to Leeds Ave Park. This area backs up to a broad section of open wetlands. Be sure to bring your own waste bags and keep your canine companion on a leash while you’re roaming through the area.

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    Population Density 1,760/sq mi

    #4 Absecon


    Directly to the north of Pleasantville, the neighborhood of Absecon offers some puptastic outdoor adventures and a dog-friendly restaurant for you and Fido to enjoy together. Take some time to visit Heritage Park and stroll or jog along the walking paths that wind around the pond and go through  both open fields and wooded areas. You can also head to Dr. Jonathan Pitney Park and follow the pathway through the woods over to Green Acres Park at the other end of this expansive green space. Pups are welcome in city parks provided they are on a leash up to 6 feet long and that you pick up their waste. After getting some fresh air and exercise, take your furry friend with you to dinner at Villa Rifici on Absecon Blvd. This pup-friendly Italian restaurant provides outdoor tables where your four-footed buddy can relax beside you while you dine.

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    Population Density 2,123/sq mi

    #5 Northfield


    Northfield borders Pleasantville to the south and has a pawesome park for you and Fido to explore together. Birch Grove Park has over 271 acres of recreational woodland that includes nature trails, jogging paths, and campsites. You’re welcome to bring canine pals with you provided you keep them on a leash up to 6 feet long and make sure to pick up their messes. You can even camp with your pooch as long as you’re using a trailer and not a tent. After you spend some time in the great outdoors, you can grab some delicious pizza at Carluccio’s Coal Fired Pizza or the catch of the day at Sublime Seafood Company. Both restaurants are conveniently located near the park and have pup-friendly, outdoor seating.

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