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Dog Areas in Victory Gardens

Victory Gardens, NJ is a reminder of the contributions ordinary people made to defeat the Nazis in World War II. This community was created partly as a government housing project and the people cultivated the land to assist in the war effort. The tiny community largely depends on its larger neighbors for services. No veterinarians operate within the borough's boundaries.  However, a network of major roadways keeps Victory Gardens connected to every kind of amenity -- the adjoining towns of Randolph and Dover supply every kind of service a person with a pup could need. 

Dover is located on the northwest side of the borough. It is just a short drive to Hedden County Park. This park has 389 acres of recreational space for a person and a canine pal to enjoy. There are plenty of open green spaces, picnic sites, and an easy path to walk along the Jackson Brook. The paved recreational trail gives a person and pup a good stretch outdoors.  

For a more ambitious hike, the adjoining township of Randolph has many options. Randolph has built a 16-mile long trail network that connects five of its parks and the Clyde Potts Reservoir Watershed. Be ready to be inspired by the experience of some untouched wilderness along the way. 

If you and your pup are ready for some R & R, you may want to check out the Morris Tap & Grill in Randolph. It is only a short five-minute drive from Victory Gardens. This casual restaurant welcomes you and your pup to some outdoor food and drink at one of its patio tables.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Victory Gardens

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    Population Density 1,236/sq mi

    #1 Town Center

    Randolph adjoins Victory Gardens, and it is less than a five-mile drive south to Randolph Township Dog Park. This dog park is part of Randolph's commitment to its canine residents. Residence and registration are required to play in this fully fenced enclosure for dogs of all sizes. Agility equipment, including A-frames, beams, tunnels, and an obstacle course, give variety to the exercise. A real retired fire hydrant decorates the park and serves its purpose for an occasional dog. A water fountain designed for people and pups keeps everybody hydrated. Many benches positioned under shade trees are appreciated by the human companions.
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    Population Density 2,259/sq mi

    #2 Beverwyck

    Parsippany is located ten miles east of Victory Gardens. Cameron Dog Park offers pups an expansive tract of green land to explore. This fully fenced dog park has a separate section reserved for the small dogs. The natural space is uneven and hilly in spots, so pet parents with mobility problems should take care. Water is available on-site, and waste stations supply waste baggies for that necessary job. A tunnel in the large dog area adds to the fun.  A few trees dot the landscape, and one big shade tree is up for grabs in the dog park area. A few more benches and a bit more shade would make it more satisfactory for the human visitors.  Registration with the city is required to use the dog park.
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    Population Density 6,420/sq mi

    #3 West Morristown

    Morristown is located ten miles south of Victory Gardens. Your restless pup will have some tail-waggin' fun at Lewis Morris Dog Park. This dog park attracts dogs from all over the area. This fully fenced, paved pup playground has a reserved spot for small dogs, too. This dog park is nestled among the forest of the large county park. Benches are situated around the dog park so people are able to relax while they supervise their playing pals. Waste stations provide waste baggies. In addition, the main park area has twelve miles of hiking trails and picnic sites. Pups must be on-leash in the main park areas.
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    Population Density 6,155/sq mi

    #4 South Mountain Reservation

    Maplewood is twenty-one miles east of Victory Gardens. South Mountain Dog Park offers your pup the chance the pawesome opportunity to play off-leash! This dog park features a spot for the smaller pups. Plenty of pieces of agility equipment give your pup an opportunity to sharpen some competitive skills or maybe just explore something new. The dog park has numerous large rocks which make for a great place to sit (or, in Fido's case, climb!). Benches under shade trees provide another option to relax while your pup goes dog wild with some new furry pals. Water fountains serve both people and pups. A hose comes in handy to fill those kiddie pools in the summertime.
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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #5 Mountainside

    Mountainside is twenty-two miles south of Victory Gardens. It is a drive worth taking to get to almost three acres of pup paradise!  Echo Lake Dog Park is a pawpular off-leash area that attracts both resident and visiting pups. A segment of the land is set aside for small dog play. It is all completely natural land of grass and dirt. Dogs have plenty to smell in this great outdoor adventure! A decorative gazebo and numerous benches are added benefits. A water fountain and some water bowls are available within the dog park. This dog park is accessible to those human folk with disabilities.
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