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Dog Areas in Smithville

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The Historic Towne of Smithville, in Atlantic County, New Jersey has a population of more than 7,000 people. The town has been around since before the American Revolutionary War, but until the 1960s, it was primarily a rural community. Today, commercial development brings several tourists each year, and there are recreational activities to enjoy in Smithville, too. There are seven eateries in Smithville, and they host more than 30 free events each year. Many of these outdoor events are dog-friendly, so your dog can join in on the fun! There are also more than 60 specialty shops in Smithville that offer something for everyone.

One of these specialty shops is called Paw Dazzle Pet Bakery and Boutique of Smithville. This adorable pet store sells all sorts of goodies for your pets, from homemade treats to harnesses, toys, clothes, and more! The owners of Paw Dazzle also run a small animal shelter and foster local pets. A selection of these adoptable pets from nearby shelters can even be seen at the store! Your own dog is welcome to join you for a visit to Paw Dazzle, and visitors note the friendly staff will welcome your pooch with open arms and offer them a treat! When it's time to get some exercise with your pet, there are also plenty of off-leash dog parks near Smithville, and they're just a short drive away.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Smithville

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    Population Density 634/sq mi

    #1 South Ocean City

    Ocean City is an area along New Jersey's coastal Jersey Shore, and it's home to around 7,000 people. Southern Ocean City is about 25 miles from Smithville, and this is where you'll find the Ocean City Dog Park. This 42,000 square foot dog park has not one, not two, but three separate sections! There's an area for dogs under 25 pounds, an area for bigger dogs, and a general section where all dogs can interact. The park has a double-gated entry system, drinking water, benches, shade, and fire hydrants. This membership-only park requires purchasing a permit to visit, but if you're just stopping through, you can buy a weekly pass instead of an annual pass.
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    Population Density 2,703/sq mi

    #2 42nd Street South

    Brigantine is another city in Atlantic County, New Jersey, and you can drive to southern Brigantine from Smithville in less than 20 minutes. This area is where you'll find the Brigantine Dog Park, which is also known as the Natasha and Nikita Weiss Dog Park. There are small and big dog sections at this park, as well as running water, bowls, seating, and waste disposal supplies. Like most dog parks in the area, a membership is required to visit this off-leash park. A yearly fee of $25 per dog gives you access to the park, and it's open seven days a week from 8 AM to 8 PM. 
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    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #3 Brigantine North End

    Brigantine is home to another pawesome dog-friendly activity, and this one is in northern Brigantine, which is less than half an hour from Smithville. The Brigantine Beach is a beautiful place to watch the waves and walk along the sand, and the north end of the beach is dog-friendly. Your dog can join you if they're on a leash, so you can both experience the sand between your toes together. The white sand and wide beaches are ideal for enjoying a beach day with your family, and dogs are allowed in the natural area of the beach from September until May.
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    Population Density 328/sq mi

    #4 West 10th Street

    The borough of Barnegat Light in Ocean County, New Jersey is about 30 miles from Smithville. The northwestern area of Barnegat Light is where you'll find Barnegat Light Dog Park. This fenced, off-leash park doubles as a ball field, and it's a wide-open space where dogs of all sizes can interact in the same area without being separated by weight. The dog park has a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure, and it's open from 8 AM to 8 PM from April to October, and 8 AM to 5 PM the rest of the year. A small fee is required to get a Paw Pass to this membership-only park, and you have the choice of a weekly or annual pass.
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    Population Density 185/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Longport

    There's a superb dog beach less than half an hour from Smithville, and it's called the Longport Dog Beach. Located in southwestern Longport, this dog beach is an off-leash area where dogs can frolic in the sand and water. This dog beach doesn't separate dogs by weight, so your little pup will get to run with the big dogs! Be sure to bring your own drinking water and bowl when you visit this dog beach, and visitors recommend you bring your own doggy bags. Longport Dog Beach is known for being kept clean and well-maintained, and visitors love how friendly the dogs and humans are who frequent it!
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