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Dog Areas in Somerset, NJ

12 Parks
8 Trails
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

The community of Somerset makes a great place to visit or live if you are a person with a dog. Somerset has three veterinary clinics available for all your pup's health needs. Folks visiting the area have a few choices for a comfy stay when bringing along a four-legged family member. Fairbridge Hotel & Conference Center welcomes you and up to four dogs for an additional charge of $50 per dog per stay. Clarion Hotel lets you bring up to two dogs as long as they do not exceed 25 pounds. The cost is a $100 refundable deposit. Residence Inn Marriott and Homewood Suites also welcome canine guests for an additional fee.

If you and your hound are hungry for some French food, paw on over to Sophie's Bistro! This restaurant offers a wide range of cuisines in a casual environment. Traditional French items, like escargot, are offered as well as burgers with a French twist. The outdoor tables welcome doggie diners and their human companions.

This beautiful area has almost a dozen parks for a person and a pup to check out. Inman, Middlebush, and Naaman Williams parks all have trails for some outdoor exercise with a leashed pup. A family with a pup will definitely find the Somerset community an amiable place to visit or reside!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Somerset, NJ

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    Population Density 3,490/sq mi

    #1 Somerset Hills Bedminster

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    If your pup is anxious for some off-leash play, load up the car and head over to Colonial Dog Park! Like-minded friends await you. This popular dog park has plenty of fully fenced green space for some off-leash exercise. A small dog area serves those little guys' needs. The human companions will find several shaded picnic tables. Waste stations are fully stocked with poop bags for those necessary pick-ups. No water is available at the dog park; however, access to water is not far away. The main park has water and numerous amenities. A paved fitness trail and an easy nature trail are worth checking out with your leashed pup.
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    Population Density 313/sq mi

    #2 Pluckemin

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    The Pluckemin neighborhood in Bedminster is less than twenty miles north of Somerset. Burnt Mills Park has a half-acre where your pup can have some leash-free fun! This large grassy space is fully fenced so your furry pal can shed that leash. Note that this dog park lacks a separate space for the smaller dogs. This dog park does not have water, but convenient waste stations with ample supplies of doggie bags help keep it clean. The main park has ten acres of open grassy places for some room to move with a fenced dog. Picnic sites make a packed lunch or snack a good idea. Nothing like sharing a meal with a four-legged family member in the great outdoors!
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    Population Density 316/sq mi

    #3 Bedminster

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    The Far Hills neighborhood in Bedminster is just a short seventeen-mile drive for some off-leash exercise. River Road Dog Park calls your dog to run and play sans leash in its fully fenced dog park. Polite dogs can enjoy this half-acre dog playground. No separate safe space is reserved for the little pups. Pet parents have some benches from which to supervise their furry family members at play. No water is provided, but waste stations stand like sentinels stocked with supplies watching for those who fail to clean up. The main park offers some more opportunities to bond with a pup. A leash is required, though. Fishing, picnic sites, and access to a walking trail can be found in the main park.
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    Population Density 4,225/sq mi

    #4 Sewaren

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    Woodbridge is located twenty miles east of Somerset. Woodbridge Dog Park is a woof-derful play place for canines! This grassy dog park is fenced so your pooch can play safely. A separately fenced area is dedicated to small dogs. Your pup will pawsitively love playing and training on the agility equipment here! Water fountains for dogs and pups allow the play to continue a wee bit longer on even the hottest days. People will find some restful shaded benches and a decorative white gazebo for their comfort. Waste stations supply dog waste baggies. This pooch playground is located in Alvin P. Williams Park. It is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #5 Mountainside

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    Mountainside is located twenty-two miles north of Somerset. Echo Lake Dog Park is a pawfect place for your pup to get back to nature! This dog park has three acres that are fully fenced for dogs to get out and run. The natural environment of grass, weeds, and dirt make for some snifftastic times. The small dogs will find a separately fenced spot for them too.  Water and bowls are provided on-site, and shaded benches will make the accompanying human happy. A gazebo is another cooling spot for two-legged folks. The main park offers picnic sites and more chances to be one with nature, but dogs must be leashed when outside of the dog park.
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