All dogs are warmly welcomed to join in the fun in the one on-premise enclosure. The Burnt Mills Dog Park management team is committed to providing a safe space for all dogs to enjoy off-leash play. With this in mind, some safety precautions have been put in place to ensure that no conflicts arise. To assist with these efforts, owners are required to keep a lead in their possession at all times.
In addition to this, dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the dog runs as well as in all other areas that are not designated as off-leash zones. Burnt Mills Dog Park is a public dog play haven. Park officials invite all pooches and their people to visit their play space free of charge. Found within the play area are many different items sure to enhance any trip to the dog park including awning-covered picnic seating, benches, and on-site port-a-potties for public use.
At this time, there is no drinking water access at Burnt Mills Dog Park. Owners are advised to bring bottled water and a dog dish with them from home. Complimentary poop bags are available on the grounds, and owners are asked to display responsible dog ownership by using them to clean up after their pets.
Burnt Mills Dog Park's one enclosure contains a double gated entrance to help prevent any accidental canine escape artists from taking off on an adventure. Visitors to this dog playground remark that the run becomes very muddy during inclement weather and a towel is necessary to help clean Fido up prior to his car ride home. The park is also reputed to have little shade.
Housed on the property for families looking to enjoy some outdoor recreation are the following options: a small playground, a rock climbing wall, a baseball diamond, soccer and Lacrosse fields, and trails suitable for hiking and biking. There are no officially posted regulations regarding the use of Burnt Mills Dog Park. Up to date vaccinations are recommended for all dogs. A city dog license is also preferred. For a day of fun at a great New Jersey park, bring Fido and the family to visit Burnt Mills Dog Park!