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Dog Areas in Princeton Junction

2 Parks
2 Trails
2 Eateries

Named after the train station, Princeton Junction is an unincorporated community located in the Township of West Windsor in New Jersey. There are no animal hospitals in this area, though the closest one is only about a five-minute drive away in nearby Princeton.

Explore the natural side of Princeton Junction with your pup at the Rogers Preserve and Millstone River Preserve. Both preserves, which are adjacent to each other, offer trails that will lead you and Fido through diverse habitats, including an old tree nursery, upland oak forests, and wetlands. At the Millstone River Preserve, you'll also find 30- to 40-foot-high bluffs where you and your best friend can enjoy a picnic while looking over the river.

If you forgot to pack food, there are a couple of dog-friendly eateries located less than a mile away. AlJon's Pizza & Restaurant, which offers Italian food, has been serving the community for about 50 years. Grab an outdoor table with your pooch and maybe even share a slice of pizza. Another option is PJ's Pancake House, where you can enjoy comfort food at their bistro-style patio. Originally a breakfast place, PJ's now serves lunch and dinner as well.

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Princeton Junction

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,849/sq mi

    #1 West Windsor Town Center


    Take a leashed stroll among mature oak trees at the Ronald R. Rogers Arboretum in West Windsor. This 25-acre site, which was dedicated in honor of the late Ronald R. Rogers, is about half open field and half mature woodland, making it a pawsome place to get some exercise and hang out with your best pal. Fondly remembered as West Windsor's Forester, Rogers planted trees all over town in an effort to promote and implement community forestry. The arboretum also houses a September 11 memorial consisting of twin reflecting pools, with steel from the World Trade Center on display nearby.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 960/sq mi

    #2 Princeton Ivy East / Edinburg


    The West Windsor Community Park in West Windsor is the township's hub for active recreation, not just for people, but also for doggos. This 123-acre park houses multiple athletic fields and courts, a skate park, an aquatic center, walking paths, and a dog park. The Trolley Line Trail passes through West Windsor Community Park as well, so you and your pup can access the 2.5-mile paved pathway from here. The Trolley Line Trail is on the right of way of an old electric trolley and will lead you and your pooch behind residential areas, through wetlands, and across Big Bear Brook.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 757/sq mi

    #3 Dutch Neck / Edinburg Park


    Another pawsome place where Fido can make new friends is the Mercer County Bark Park. Located within Mercer County Park, this dog park has separate enclosures for large and small pooches, water fountains, some agility equipment, and benches for the dog parents. Pet waste bags are also provided, but since this is a popular spot, they do tend to run out. Aside from the bark park, Mercer County Park features numerous athletic fields, picnic areas, festival grounds, and miles of hiking and biking trails, among many other facilities. Mercer County Park spans 2,500 acres across the townships of West Windsor, Hamilton, and Lawrence.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,205/sq mi

    #4 Penns Neck


    This neighborhood in the adjacent municipality of Princeton has quite a few dog-friendly restaurants, so you don't have to worry about finding a place to eat while you're there. Some of your options are Panera Bread, Corner Bakery Cafe, Big Fish Seafood Bistro, and Pei Wei Asian Diner, all of which offer outdoor seating. If you need a place to stay, hotels that welcome furry, four-legged guests for an extra fee include Sonesta ES Suites and Extended Stay America. The latter even has a yard in the back where you can walk your pooch. Be sure to call first to book a pet-friendly room.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,105/sq mi

    #5 Coxs Corner


    Learn more about the American Revolution at the Princeton Battlefield State Park in nearby Princeton. The site of the Battle of Princeton, this spacious park is now used for hiking, birdwatching, and cross-country skiing. The large open lawns also make it a great place to have a picnic or play some fetch with your pup. If you and Fido enjoy hiking, don't miss the adjacent Institute Woods. Spanning 588 acres, this gem consists of mixed hardwood, wetlands, and agricultural land with mostly level trails. Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you explore this peaceful natural setting with your pooch, and don't forget to look for the hidden suspension bridge!

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