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Dog Areas in Trenton, NJ

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Trenton, New Jersey may be a large, bustling city. However, it is surrounded by thick national forests and several great walking trails to take your pet out on for the day. For playtime, take your pet to the Morrisville Dog Park. The park has two separate areas for large and small dogs, and they even host events so that dogs can have social days.

For something with a bit more adventure, your pet will love the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park. While you most likely won’t walk or ride the entire 70-mile span, your dog will love going for a few miles. This scenic trail is an excellent location for a jog or bike ride with your furry friend. They allow horseback riding as well for those who are looking for new trails with their equine buddies.

When lodging in Trenton, tuck into the Howard Johnson-Princeton/Lawrenceville Hotel. Long name aside, this cozy hotel is right near the Princeton campus and allows your pet to sleep in their facilities. Great for those wanting to visit their friends and family who may be attending the college.

For a tasty treat, you must go to Bruster’s Real Ice Cream. Not only can you have a sundae, but your pet can too! They make specialty doggie sundaes for your pet to enjoy while you both sit out on their welcoming patio.

Trenton has some unique experiences for all pet lovers. They do everything they can to make you and your pet feel right at home and enjoy yourselves no matter where in the city you decide to go!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Trenton, NJ

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    Population Density 219/sq mi

    #1 Cadwalader Heights

    Welcome to Cadwalader Heights, a smaller, friendly neighborhood that shares its space with homes and a large park called Cadawalader Park! Residents of this community absolutely love spending time here with their dogs. With a variety of trails to follow, there is lots to explore. Each trail takes you to a different open space, including meadows and land with old houses, and has places to sit and relax along the way. Water can be found as well, so plan to spend a day here! Dogs are welcome off leash and are free to swim and explore the historic sites with their human.
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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,364/sq mi

    #2 Golden Crest


    Love the outdoors? You will love Golden Crest! This neighborhood is home to two parks, both offering space to walk, run, bike, and play! For pooches and their people pals looking for a wide open space with benches, playgrounds to run around, and other pups to play with, be sure to check out Limewood Park. This park offers a huge residential green space for residents to utilize. Looking for more of a forest feel with trails to explore? Head on over to George Dye Tract to throw a ball around with your pup while hanging out in the park.

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    Population Density 4,281/sq mi

    #3 Foxmoor


    Foxmoor is one of the larger neighborhoods in Trenton, and has a lot of great spots to offer for dogs and their owners. All throughout the neighborhood you will find parks, bodies of water, and dog friendly activities. Starting at the top of the neighborhood, we have Foxmoor Border Park, a vast green space offering trails to wander along. Heading more central, residents will find access to two different lakes; West Lake and East Lake, both complete with their own parks. Each lake has a trail all around it, for enjoyable walks around the water and the opportunity to throw a ball or stick into the water for your pup to fetch. Enjoy paddleboarding with your pup? You can do that here! Along the walkways, you will find benches to rest on and enjoy the view.

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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 702/sq mi

    #4 Riverbank


    Riverbank is one of the fortunate areas that borders the Delaware River and Raritan State Park Trail. This trail spans across the city of Trenton, and those with direct access are truly fortunate! Along this beautiful trail, you will find bridges allowing access to the other side of the water, and your pooch can play in the water to his heart’s content. Off-leash is fine here, so long as your pup behaves! On the other side of the neighborhood we have Stacy Park, a park with trails to follow and access to its own water body, and it runs right along the Delaware River. If your dog loves the water, he will love this neighborhood.

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    Population Density 1,379/sq mi

    #5 Northern Community


    Northern Community is situated cozily between two amazing parks for dog owners to take their fur balls. And not just small parks either! There is also a centrally located park as well. Lots to see and do! Northern Community Park has a designated dog area, where pooches can run free off leash and play with other pups! This park also has a body of water to frolic in at your leisure. Towards the North end of the neighborhood is Crosswicks Creek, surrounded by trees and trails to explore. On the Western side of the neighborhood rests Hamilton-Trenton Bordentown Marsh, with even more trails and water access, meaning you and your pup won’t run out of places to explore!

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