Get a good pair of hiking boots if you are moving to or visiting Randolph Township! This small city has over a dozen trails that await a person and a leashed pup. An impressive network of trails consisting of sixteen miles leads through untouched stretches of countryside to scenic destinations like the Clyde Potts Reservoir and the Lewis Morris County Park. A person and a leashed pup may look for even more outdoor adventure at one of the city's thirteen parks, or the one county park within its environs. These parks not only offer more trails to explore, but also feature opportunities for other recreational activities, like picnics and fishing.
The city doesn't forget that a hiker needs some calories before a long trek in the woods! Randolph has two dog-friendly restaurants that will get you and your pooch up and running. Brooklyn Bagel & Deli and Alfa Bagels can both be found on NJ-10. They open for breakfast at 6 AM and close at 4 PM. These two restaurants have a variety of breakfast bagels for that early morning hike or sandwiches for lunch. Three outdoor tables welcome a person with a pup. For lunch or a late night dinner, head to Morris Tap and Grill. Here, you can savor some pub fare or a fancier entree.
Randolph Township has two veterinary clinics in town that can take care of all your dog's health needs. With so many outdoor opportunities for exercise, it's easy to stay happy and healthy in Randolph!