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Dog Areas in Westville, NJ

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Westville has historically been a destination for the wealthy urbanites from nearby Philadelphia to get away from it all and enjoy some swimming and boating on one of the main bodies of water. Delaware River, Big Timber Creek, and Lake Martha all offer fishing and boating opportunities as well as green spaces along their banks. Unfortunately, gone are the days when they were suitable for swimming -- pollution has made them unsafe.

People with a dog in their family have many activities to enjoy in the small town of Westville. Although there are no veterinary clinics in town, the surrounding cities provide routine and emergency treatment that will keep your pup happy and healthy.

The town is situated in Gloucester County, which has three parks waiting for a person and a leashed pup to explore together. Greenwich Lake Park features a 40-acre stocked fishing lake with numerous picnic tables and open green spaces. James G. Atkinson Park has 66 acres of recreational land with a walking trail and a multi-purpose trail which gives you and your leashed four-legged pal some outdoor exercise. Plenty of picnic sites make this a great weekend outing with your furry pal.  

Thomas West Park is Westville's municipal park. This pleasant community green space has a stocked fishing pond. A short walking path around the pond will get a person and a leashed pooch some fresh air and bit of exercise. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Westville, NJ

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    Population Density 4,187/sq mi

    #1 Westville City Limits

    Westville is a small town that knows how to take care of its canine citizens! Deptford Doggie Park gives its pups a place to rid the leash and run and socialize with other four-legged pals. The dog park features a large dog area and a separately fenced place for the smaller doggos. The ground is a mixture of sand, dirt, and grass. Numerous pieces of agility equipment, including ramps and hoops, add to the tail-waggin' fun. A water pump gives everyone drinking water and helps spray off a dog before the ride home. Numerous colorful, decorative benches are situated throughout the dog park for the pet parents.
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    Population Density 3,773/sq mi

    #2 Blackwood City Limits

    Blackwood is located eight miles south of Westville. Timber Creek Dog Park makes a hound howl with happiness at the thought of leash-free exercise and good times with canine buddies. This 9-acre dog park is fully fenced, and all dogs get to run through its wooded acreage. (There are no separate areas for large and small breeds.) The dog park provides water bowls, but other amenities are few. A small lake can be found outside of the dog park. On hot days, most dogs appreciate the cool swim. The main park has sixty acres of recreational green space. The walking trails let people get some exercise, too. A leash is required outside of the dog park.
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    Population Density 2,424/sq mi

    #3 Centennial Blvd

    Voorhees is located thirteen miles east of Westville. Connolly Dog Park makes for a Spot-tacular place to exercise in its almost two acres of fenced space for large dogs. Small dogs have their own half-acre for safe play, too. This pawesome park has water fountains for people and their canines. Plenty of benches and picnic tables in the shade make it comfy for the human companions. The main park has 49 acres of open grassy space for a leashed dog and person to explore. Some white gazebos dot the landscape and make a beautiful place to sit and relax with a four-legged friend. A walking trail with lights gives a person and pup an extra opportunity for outdoor exercise.
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    Population Density 2,885/sq mi

    #4 Golden Triangle

    Cherry Hill is located nine miles north of Westville. Cooper River Dog Park gives dogs a woof-wonderful time off-leash. This fully fenced dog park has separate areas for small and large dogs. The ground is natural terrain and mostly luscious grass for dogs to roll in, sniff, and squish under some prancing paws. The dog park has a water fountain, and waste baggies are in ample supply. All the shade trees are on one side of the park. It is close to the river, and at various times, flooding can be a problem. Lights help make it easier to spend a few extra minutes as the sun begins to set.
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    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #5 Mount Laurel City Limits

    Mount Laurel is located eighteen miles east of Westville. Laurel Acres Dog Park attracts people with furry family members from all over New Jersey. This attractive little dog park has an enclosure for large dogs and a separately fenced area for smaller ones. It is a basic dog park that gives dogs what they need most -- some canine companionship! The human companions have a few comforts, like benches and waste stations stocked with baggies. The double-gated entry secures a dog's entrance and exit so nobody gets loose. The ground in the park is dirt and grass. The main park features a stocked pond and open spaces for a leashed dog and their person to get a bit of outdoor stretching.
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