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Dog Areas in Teaneck

23 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries

If your pup loves playing in the woods, Teaneck is the perfect city for you. With its 23 parks and three veterinary clinics, Teaneck has everything you need to keep your dog happy and healthy!

Windsor Park is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a nice long walk through the woods. This 22-acre park is home to a trail that runs the length of the park. The northern end of the park also has a peaceful stream. If you’re hungry after your walk, take your dog over to Vasili’s Taverna for some authentic Greek cuisine. This delicious restaurant has five dog-friendly outdoor tables.

If you want to climb high into the hills with your dog, check out the Ramapo Valley County Reservation. This reservation is in Mahwah, about nineteen miles from Teaneck. The 4,290-acre park has a flat trail that circles a pond. It also has more challenging trails that climb up into the park’s hills and provide stunning views of the surrounding valley. Pups are allowed on-leash in this beautiful park.

Teaneck is full of dog-friendly parks and restaurants where you can bring your best friend. You and your dog will be able to go on plenty of adventures in Teaneck!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Teaneck

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,752/sq mi

    #1 Puffin Way


    This neighborhood is home to one of the largest and most popular parks in Teaneck: the Teaneck Creek Conservancy. Dogs are allowed on-leash in this great park. The park is open 365 days a year from dawn to dusk, and it features three short but scenic walking trails that pass by gardens, wetlands, and ponds. You can also walk along the lovely Teaneck Creek. After you finish your stroll, have a picnic in the conservancy’s picnic area. One visitor nicknamed this park “Little Eden,” and after you spend the day here, you’ll see why! 

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    Population Density 9,157/sq mi

    #2 Hillcrest Street


    This residential neighborhood is home to Terhune Park, a small park that offers great views of the Hackensack River. You can also pick up the Teaneck Greenway in this park. This trail is the perfect place to take your dog for a nice long walk. The trail goes along the Hackensack River, and it offers beautiful views the whole way through. As you meander along the flat, paved trail, you’ll get to see native plants and trees. There are also plenty of benches along the way where you can rest and enjoy the view with your pup.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,468/sq mi

    #3 Willow Tree Road


    If you’d like to take your dog to an off-leash dog park, head over to Teaneck’s neighboring city, Leonia. Here, your dog can run free at the Overpeck County Park Dog Run. This dog park has separate small and large dog areas and plenty of space for your pup to run around. There are no water fountains in the dog park, so make sure to bring a water bottle to fill your dog’s bowl. If your dog is still itching for a walk after playing in the dog park, put them back on their leash and take them for a long walk on Overpeck County Park’s fitness trail.

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    Population Density 2,467/sq mi

    #4 Howland Avenue


    For a great off-leash dog park, head to Howland Avenue in Paramus, which is just four miles from Teaneck. Here, you’ll find Van Saun County Park’s dog run. This dog park has separate large and small dog areas where your pup can run around and make friends. The park does occasionally run out of doggie bags, so you might want to bring a bag or two with you just in case. Also, be sure to bring a water bottle for your dog. After your dog is finished playing, treat them to a snack at the nearby Panera Bread. Dogs are welcome on Panera’s outdoor patio.

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    Population Density 2,487/sq mi

    #5 Prospect Avenue


    Located about twelve miles from Teaneck, Prospect Avenue is home to the peaceful Wood Dale County Park. This 118-acre park has a pond where you can go fishing, as well as shady picnic pavilions and a long pedestrian walkway where you can take your dog for walks. The park is also home to a fun dog run. This dog run has separate areas for small and large dogs. It also has buckets of water for your dog to drink, and it has doggie bags available. Bring a toy or a Frisbee and have a ball playing with your pup in this dog park!

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