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Dog Areas in Ridgefield Park

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ridgefield Park

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 5,923/sq mi

    #1 Leonia


    Easily accessible from Interstate 95 and Interstate 80, this family-friendly town offers views of Overpeck Creek and the Bergen County Equestrian Center. Leonia Dog Park that is located on the grounds of Lakeview Park features picnic tables, a pavilion, and water! The dog park is off-leash and completely fenced in; hours are from dusk until dawn and are strictly enforced. Overpeck Park Dog Run is another great off-leash space you can take your pooch to socialize and exercise in Leonia. It has two separate large and small dog areas, shade, and benches where dog parents can rest!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,352/sq mi

    #2 Little Ferry

    This New Jersey locale backs up the Hackensack River, Interstate 80 and Interstate 95, providing scenic views and easy access. Lakeview Field is a large local park that houses Indian Lake, open spaces, and walking trails that loop around the perimeter of the park or the perimeter of the lake. On-leash dogs are free to stroll the trails; however, they are not allowed to go into the water. Veterans Park is another local space you can take your leashed pooch to burn off some extra energy and soak up some vitamin D! If you have the munchies, Brix City Brewing, and Palermo’s Café & Bakery let pups unwind on their terraces.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,402/sq mi

    #3 Rochelle Park

    Rochelle Park offers easy access to the Interstate, Hackensack River, the I-80 expressway, and local shopping. Saddle River Area Bike Path is a fun multi-purpose trail that is part of the Rails-to-Trails conservancy effort that takes old corridors and railroads and turns them into useable walking trails for humans and canines that are kept on leash! The 577-acre Saddle River County Park has 5 separate park areas that are all connected to each other by a commonly shared trail. They also provide a playground, softball field, tennis courts, and picnic areas; all amenities and trails allow dogs that are kept on leash to appreciate the space.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 12,511/sq mi

    #4 Garfield

    Despite sharing its name with a well-known cartoon cat, this city is quite dog-friendly. Nash Park Dog Park is a relatively new dog park that provides plenty of open space for pups to run, socialize and play off-leash until the cows come home! The local PetSmart hosts dog friendly events like The Feasting where dogs can chow down and sample seasonal foods like sweet potatoes and pumpkin! A bonus to this event: pup parents will be educated about all the health benefits that are associated with the food their fur babies just sampled.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 12,039/sq mi

    #5 North Bergen


    The town of North Bergen rests about 4.5 miles south of Ridgefield Park and overlooks the Hudson River and the New Jersey/New York state line. James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park provides 167 acres’ worth of sports fields, ball courts, playgrounds, nature trails and picnic areas! Leashed pups can explore all areas of the park, but for dogs that are off-leash, they can tear around the North Bergen Dog Run that is located on the grounds of the park. The dog run lets dogs run around uninhibited by leashes with two areas for large and small dogs, water, toys and waste bags! 

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