is a borough in Gloucester County, New Jersey, just
a few miles from the New Jersey/Pennsylvania border, and 14 miles south of
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1915
from portions of neighboring Deptford Township. Covering just 1.2 square miles,
it is a small place, but well worth stopping by while you and your pooch are
travelling this area. While there aren’t any vet clinics or animal hospitals in Woodbury Heights, there is an animal hospital in Woodbury and a vet clinic in Manatua Township, both just a couple of miles away.
The Glen Lake Park is the place to go in Woodbury Heights for a walk and some fresh air with your pup. This popular fishing spot has a lovely walking path around the lake, and plenty of open space to get in some steps or throw a ball around with your leashed pooch. There are some lovely picnic groves to seek out for a packed lunch or a rest under the trees.
While in Woodbury Heights, take some time at Veteran’s Memorial Park too, built in 2005 to honor local residents who sacrificed their lives to military causes. You will need to keep you pup on a leash.
There is plenty more to see and do with your pet around Woodbury Heights – you are both sure to enjoy your stay!