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Dog Areas in Sea Isle City

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Sea Isle City, New Jersey is an oceanside village where many people keep their second summer home or visit the resort housing developments during warmer months. Sea Isle City shares its space on Ludlam Island with Strathmere. During the summer season, tourism causes the population to swell up to 40,000 people!

Sea Isle City is the pawfect place to take a dog-friendly vacation. There is a 1.5-mile boardwalk that begins at 29th Street and ends at 57th Street. Ocean City is also just minutes away, surrounded by water. The climate during the summer is humid and temperatures can soar above 95 °F (35 °C). The constant sea breeze dominates the coastline and keeps high temperatures at bay most of the year.

Visitors to Sea Isle City will find no animal hospitals within the town, but there is one just a few minutes inland. You will find seven pet-friendly restaurants in Sea Isle City where leashed pets are welcome at the outdoor tables. One of the most popular is Henri’s Bar, where you can get bistro-style American and Italian food with your dog. Dogs are only permitted at the outdoor tables during lunch hours, but it is well worth rearranging your schedule to visit this delectable spot with your favorite furry lunch date!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sea Isle City

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    Population Density 975/sq mi

    #1 North Sea Isle City

    North Sea Isle City is a mostly residential neighborhood that is simply pawfect for dog walkers who are looking for a peaceful place to work off some energy with their pups. Your pooch will love the scenery of both the ocean and the green expanse to the north of the neighborhood. The Sea Isle City Promenade, which runs parallel to the beach, is an amazing place for you and your dog to get a view of the ocean that will stick with you long after you leave. Just make sure you have some puppy waste bags in your pocket and plenty of drinking water with you.
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    Population Density 975/sq mi

    #2 Central Sea Isle City

    Central Sea Isle City is a puptastic place to wander around with your leashed pup if you are looking for a place to rest your paws and grab a bite! Maryanne's Pastry Shop is a great spot for a sweet treat any time of day, and your dog is welcome to join you in the outdoor seating area. Mako's American Grille is another pawesome place for a down-to-earth outdoor meal that you can enjoy with your dog. Just make sure you keep your leash secured while you indulge, and keep waste bags with you in case you have to take a quick spin around the block.
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    Population Density 975/sq mi

    #3 Townsends Inlet

    Townsends Inlet is a neighborhood at the southernmost tip of Sea Isle City. This area is mostly residential streets with a handful of local restaurants that often add outdoor seating during the peak tourism season. You may want to call ahead to Sunset Pier or Nickelby's to inquire about their dog-friendly accommodations during the spring and summer. You can also head to the Pier 88 Marina if you and your dog both enjoy a more nautical adventure during your stay. Just make sure you keep your pup on-leash and have plenty of waste bags and dog treats along for the ride.
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    Population Density 975/sq mi

    #4 Sea Isle Boulevard/Central Avenue

    This intersection is usually all abuzz with dog walkers and families making their way toward the beach. There is a park just a few blocks farther down, right before you arrive at the boardwalk where you and your leashed canine companion are welcome to relax or let off some steam with a tennis ball or two. You may also want to break out your beach blanket right there on the grass and enjoy a greener experience with your dog if the sand is too hot for his paws. Just don't forget to bring plenty of waste bags and water for your adventure!
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    #5 Landis Avenue/75th Street

    This intersection is just minutes away from Dudley's Dogs, an outdoor hot dog stop where you can enjoy a delicious meal while your dog enjoys the sea air while sitting next to you. Make sure your leash is secure before indulging, and watch your dog carefully if the area is especially crowded. Dealy Park is just a short drive or bus ride away to the north and is a snifferific spot for some quality time with your companion, whether you want to enjoy some quiet time in the grass or get some exercise throwing your pup's favorite toys around for a little while.
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