Overpeck Park Dog Run
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- RubyJan. 19, 2021Favorite dog park
My dog loves this dog run! I’ve been a number of times this winter and it’s never too busy. The most I’ve seen in the large dog section was 5 dogs on a Saturday. Usually we go on a weekday and are lucky to have one or two playmates. We’ve only met nice dogs and humans at this park. However, I have noticed that most of the dogs we encounter are young and some are still learning their manners. There’s plenty of space to run, though the dog run and the grassy areas surrounding the park are often water logged. Beware if you decide to cut across the green from the parking lot. The fence is short and the run near a large road, so be cautious if your dog is known to escape low fences.
- RoseMore than a year agoLove doggy park
Happy to have a dog park close to home. Suggestions? Water fountain nearby would be awesome, and attention owners with small pets - please learn to differentiate that small dogs should go Into the "small " area, not where big doggies are.. That's my only issue is I find a lot of smaller Breeds in the large area and it interferes with my large breed along with others, very annoying. Other than thank, I'm grateful to have a park nearby for my furry bud.
- LesleyMore than a year agoBring Water but it's nice
Nice dog park with separated sides for small and not so small dogs. Jeter has fun when we go the people are nice and the dogs are very active. This is not a park for the faint if heart or nervous owners. Why 4 bones, no water, no bathrooms that are close and parking is some distance. What I do appreciate is the fact that after the dog park you can walk the entire park and way on the other side of the road there are bathrooms.
- CharleneMore than a year agoNice of dogs but what about a Mother/Baby fenced in area for humans
The dog parks are lovely Dog owners and their pets get a chance to relax in a safe environment, socialize with each other and make friends.
It would be lovely if the Park Designers would develop a similar fenced in, but grassy BABY ( human baby) /Parent area where tired Moms and Dads can allow their infants to crawl, and their toddlers to toddle safely outdoors in a safe, fenced in area in the park while they can keep an eye on them easily, while socializing and making adult friends. This would help new parents alleviate some of the initial loneliness that new parenting can bring..... A fenced in grassy area - no dogs allowed - would be wonderful for Bergen County new parents.