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Dog Areas in Tavistock

Only a handful of people reside in the borough.  It is a whistle-stop on the way to other bigger places.  It doesn't have many services within its boundaries, but that doesn't mean a person with a pup won't find the borough to be a decent place to visit or even to live.  It is close to everything a family with a canine member could want or need. Any kind of veterinary care can be found within a short five miles from the borough in the larger adjacent towns. 

The town does not have its own park, but it is three miles to the north to one of Camden County most fascinating parks.  The Pennypacker Park is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.  Here, in the 19th-century, an almost complete Hadrosaurus dinosaur skeleton was discovered.  The park today features a marker commemorating that find. The park's pleasant hikes through the forest and along natural terrain make it popular with locals and tourists alike.  A leashed pup is welcome to walk the path of the dinosaur with a two-legged companion.  

Just fifteen miles south of Tavistock is New Jersey's largest state park.  Wharton State Park has 122,800 acres of land set aside for recreation and conservation.  Wharton includes a large number of marked and unmarked trails for a person and a leashed pup to explore together.  It also features access to the Mullica River, which is very popular for canoe floats and for kayaking.  Wharton includes camping facilities which cater to families with children and dogs.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tavistock

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    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #1 Centennial Blvd

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    Voorhees is located seven miles south of Tavistock.  Connolly Dog Park will put a bit of zest back into even that ol' hound dog.  It has two completely fenced areas for your pup to get out and do some off-leash running.  A separate section is set aside for safe small dog play. The grass and patches of dirt make for some fine smells for those ever-curious noses. This dog park has water fountains within it. Numerous benches and picnic tables will make those human companions feel comfortable.  Waste stations are generously stocked with doggie waste baggies for easy pick-ups.  Toys, such as tennis balls and frisbees, can always be found here.
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    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #2 Academy Dr/Union Mill Rd

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    Mount Laurel is located twelve miles south of Tavistock.  Laurel Acres Dog Park has two completely fenced areas for canines to exercise sans leash.  One section is set aside for the small dogs.  This dog park has mostly grass and lots of dirt patches. Some of the people visiting here warn of a problem with mud.  A dirty ride home may happen after your pup has too much of a good time!  No drinking water is available on-site. Waste stations generously supply those most-needed waste baggies. People appreciate the shaded benches in the large dog area.  A stroll around the main park's lake on a leash adds to the exercise.
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    Population Density 3,392/sq mi

    #3 Golden Triangle

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    Cherry Hill is located fourteen miles north of Tavistock.  Cooper River Dog Park is a premier pup play place.  This pupular dog park offers canines two fully-fenced enclosures for off-leash freedom and fun. Dogs can sniff out a furry friend or two or just enjoy some primo pup time running through the grass and gray stone. A separate section of the dog park is restricted to small dog play. Water is available on-site.  The human companions welcome the numerous shaded places from which to supervise their pups as they play.  The main park offers the opportunity to picnic and hike with a leashed canine companion.
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    Population Density 566/sq mi

    #4 Union Street

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    Medford is located fourteen miles west of Tavistock.  Freedom Dog Park is one of the area's most unique pup playgrounds.  This unique spot has twenty acres of fields and forested property in which no leash is required. Complete liberty from a leash makes this a pawtastic canine experience.  Not all pups can handle this amount of a good time! People must have good voice control.  A pup getting lost in the surrounding acres would definitely spoil the day.  Also, this space is for all dogs of all sizes.  The conflicts here are few, but a pup should be well-socialized to participate.  A water station in front of the dog park is an added bonus.
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    Population Density 2,126/sq mi

    #5 Echelon

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    Pack up that restless pup for a ride to the Echelon neighborhood in Voorhees -- a short trip of seven miles south of Tavistock!  This place is the destination for some good eats with your furry family member. Beer lovers will want to try out the Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant. An extensive choice of brews will keep you coming back for more.  A menu of pizza, burgers, and sandwiches at one of the two dozen outdoor seats makes this a perfect stop for lunch or dinner. Looking for something a little more substantial? Stop by Sal Vita's Pizza to grab some grub. You'll also find a handful of other pet-friendly eateries in the area.
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