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Dog Areas in Wildwood, NJ

2 Parks
7 Eateries

Wildwood, New Jersey is a resort city on the coast of the Jersey Shore. You will find plenty to do and see if you are visiting or even considering moving to Wildwood full-time with your dog. There are two parks and five additional public green spaces throughout the city. There are seven pet-friendly restaurants throughout the resort, which makes satisfying your hunger while out with your dog a breeze on a hot day! Dogtooth Bar and Grill is one of the most popular gastropubs in the area with plenty of menu options and ample outdoor seating to make you and your dog feel right at home.

When looking for a place to walk your dog, you will find the Wildwood Boardwalk is a hub of activity for most families with four-legged companions. Dogs are welcome visitors along the beaches and boardwalk; just be sure to clean up after them as you walk. Poplar Avenue Beach is a particularly well-loved beach area where dogs are more than welcome to flop and splash around in the sand and surf. Stewart’s Root Beer is another favorite for travelers and tourists looking for a dog-friendly place to get a refreshing beverage on the hottest of days. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wildwood, NJ

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    Population Density 4,026/sq mi

    #1 North Wildwood

    North Wildwood has everything that your furry family will need while visiting this beach town. The neighborhood has its own access to the beach boardwalk and is just minutes from the Albert I. Allen Memorial Park, just outside of Wildwood, is a great spot to take your pup for a long walk on-leash. The Byrne Community Center has fields that are pawfect for games of fetch or a jog with your dog right beside you. Just make sure you have waste bags with you and do your part to help keep the parks and grass clean while exploring with Spot.
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    Population Density 4,026/sq mi

    #2 Central Wildwood

    This busy neighborhood is the best spot for a whole day of walking and exploring with your dog. You can start your day off with a quick walk through the neighborhood, admiring the many summer homes. You can then head to any of the several dog-friendly restaurants that offer outdoor seating throughout the year. Dogtooth Bar and Grill is a local favorite. The seafood is amazing, as is the view from the dog-friendly patio outside. Just make sure you bring your waste bags so that you and your dog can take a quick lap around the block after your meal.
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    Population Density 4,026/sq mi

    #3 West Wildwood

    This neighborhood is surrounded by the Post Creek Basin and Ottens Harbor. This makes it a pupperific spot for dogs that love the water. Your nautical walking buddy will be all tail wags when he gets a sniff of the nearby waters. There are 3 restaurants in this neighborhood near the harbor which have outdoor tables available for tourists with their dogs during the busier months. You will want to call ahead to Urie's Waterfront, the Wharf, or the Beach Creek Oyster Bar and Grill to inquire about their outdoor seating before you head over with your dog for dinner.
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    Population Density 4,026/sq mi

    #4 East Wildwood

    East Wildwood is a wonderful place to visit with your dog if you want to be close to the beaches and still have plenty of other dog-friendly options to explore throughout the day. Morey's Pier has direct beach access where dogs can join you on their leashes. You will both love Fox Park with plenty of green grass overlooking the water, so you can enjoy the view while your dog enjoys a game of fetch. Just pack plenty of toys and towels for a full day of sunnyside fun with your amazing dog. Make sure you have plenty of treats and drinking water as well.
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    Population Density 4,026/sq mi

    #5 South Wildwood

    South Wildwood is a residential area for those looking for the pawfect summer home where families with furry children can spend some time relaxing. There is plenty of greenery for your dog to scratch and sniff while walking through the neighborhood. You can visit Scoop Taylor Park with your pup if you want a break from the hot sand. Just bring your towels or a blanket to lay out and relax on while your dog rolls around or chases his favorite toy around. You will just need your waste bags, water, and treats to make your day a success in South Wildwood.
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