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Dog Areas in South Bound Brook

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Located along the bend of the Raritan River, South Bound Brook is an extremely picturesque borough. With parks and walking trails to keep you and Fido busy, as well as a highly rated animal hospital should you need one, this is a pawsome place to explore with your pooch by your side.

One of the most popular dog walks in South Bound Brook is along the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail, which stretches out for just under 70 miles. This trail is pawfect for pooches who enjoy long distance walks, as there are so many fascinating sights to see along the way, from historic houses to 19th century bridges.

If your pup would prefer a shorter walk, Memorial Park can be found at the center of South Bound Brook. There are a couple of different sports facilities within this neighborhood park, as well as a playground and a patch of mature trees. Another pretty park to visit is Maple Avenue Park, where you will find a playground and a tree-shaded paved path for you and Fido to stroll on.

South Bound Brook is such a charming and picturesque part of New Jersey, making this an area that you and your dog will no doubt fall in love with. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in South Bound Brook

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    Population Density 413/sq mi

    #1 Somerset Canal Rd


    Directly adjacent to South Bound Brook is the neighborhood of Somerset Canal Road in Somerset, and there are some pawtastic walks to be had here. Nassau Park is always popular with pooches, because this neighborhood park is not only home to a basketball court and a playground, but also a large grassy field for you and Fido to frolic about in. Just a minute or so away from this park is the Nassau Park Buffer, which is a large wooded area with several unmarked trails running through it. While dogs are allowed in both parks, a lead, doggie bags and drinking water for Fido are essential.

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    Population Density 2,009/sq mi

    #2 Bakelite Park


    The neighborhood of Bakelite Park in Piscataway is just across the Raritan River from South Bound Brook, and is home to a couple of parks that your pooch will love exploring. Riverside Park is the most scenic, and features a large open green space that boasts the river as its backdrop. Within the park you will find a boat launch, a pavilion, picnic tables and several mature trees. Not too far away from here is Wynnwood Park, with its sports facilities and long, winding paved walking path. You will likely meet quite a few other dogs in this park, so make sure to keep yours on a lead at all times, and don't forget to bring some doggie bags with you too.

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    Population Density 6,728/sq mi

    #3 Mountain Ave


    Directly across the river from South Bound Brook is Mountain Avenue, a neighborhood in Bound Brook that offers up a couple of green areas that are pawfect for a stroll with Fido. The largest is the Billian Legion Park, where you will find a large playground, a couple of sports facilities, a historic cannon, and a gazebo. There is also a paved walking path that encircles the path, enabling you and Fido to see everything within it. For scenic views, head to the west side of the park, as this is where the Green Brook runs, which also happens to be a great fishing spot. Also in this neighborhood is Thomae Park, with its playground, sports facilities, and woodland trail.

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    Population Density 4,012/sq mi

    #4 Middlesex I


    Less than a mile from South Bound Brook is Middlesex I in Middlesex, home to some pawsome parks! The Victor Crowell Park is the most scenic, as this park sits beside Lake Creighton, offering up picturesque waterfront views. The park also boasts a large playground, a pretty bridge, fishing docks and a memorial, giving you and Fido plenty to see. If your pooch still needs more exercise, head to Haverstick Park, where you will find a couple of sports facilities and a play area, or to Simchock Park, with its sports fields surrounded by mature trees.

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    Population Density 558/sq mi

    #5 Piscataway Park


    Less than a mile away from South Bound Brook is this Piscataway neighborhood, a fun place to spend some time with your pooch. Start your day at Possumtown Park, where you will find various sports facilities, picnic groves and tranquil fishing spots along the Ambrose Brook. Then, head on over to Tara Park, where you will find a large playground along with open grassy areas for Fido to sniff around in. If the two of you are feeling tired, treat your pup to a night of luxury at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Piscataway Somerset, which allows two dogs per guest room for an additional charge. 

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