Dog Friendly Activities in Millburn, NJ

There are 144 dog friendly activities within 20 miles of Millburn. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Millburn.

Pet Friendly Brookdale Dog Park
Brookdale Dog Park This huge new dog park is fully fenced with a separate small dog area, agility equipment, running water, waste bags, and gravel mulch. See Details
Pet Friendly Sirius Dog Run
Sirius Dog Run The Sirius Dog Run in Battery Park City's Gateway Plaza area is a great dog run with new paving. It is a beautiful part of the city, and many friendly dogs and their humans love this area. It is named after one of the Rescue Labs that gave his life during the 9-11 search and rescue operations. See Details
The Mall at Short Hills Offering a variety of stores, services, restaurants, and entertainment options, The Mall at Short Hills is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Dog stroller rentals make it easy for you and your pup to explore the mall's offerings. Individual store policies on pets vary, and pets are not permitted in any food establishment. Pets are allowed in the common area of the shopping center provided they are in a pet carrier. Complimentary dog strollers for dogs weighing 20 pounds or less can be rented at mall security, concourse level during all mall hours. Individual stores must be consulted for their pet policy. See Details
Dyker Beach Park Dog Run Dyker Beach Park Dog Run includes a large, grassy dog run with a secure entrance where your pet can play off-leash. See Details
Dog Park The Dog Park is located in the Sewaren section near Alvin P. Williams Park. It has two separate fenced areas, water fountains, benches, shade, gazebos, agility equipment, poop bags, trash cans, and parking. It's also near the water, so there is usually a nice breeze. See Details
See 30+ Top New York Sights Fun Guide 'See 30+ Top New York Sights Fun Guide' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Geoff. If your pooch meets NYC subway sizing requirement to ride the subway, then this tour is for you both! Your host will guide you and your pooch through NYC major landmarks and you will get to hear about history and legends along the way. See historic and iconic buildings, statues, popular neighborhoods, Central Park and more. The experience lasts 5 hours and can accommodate up to 20 guests ages 2 and up. Rates start at $40 per person. See Details
Bicentennial Park A nice little park on a 7 mile long lake. There are hiking trails in the woods along the lake with many places to sit and enjoy. There are lots of fish in the lake, and it is a popular place to fish. The lake allows non-motorized boats, so it's also a great place to kayak with you dog. You can stop at many enclaves to give you and the dog a rest. The community park has a paved path for the disabled, as well as picnic areas with grills, a soccer field, and tennis courts. Dogs must be leashed within the park. See Details
Lewis Morris Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this fenced dog park with both macadam and grass areas. Waste bags are provided and there is a separate area for smaller pets. See Details
South Mountain Dog Park This spacious dog park in Maplewood includes separate areas for large and small dogs. You and your pooch will also discover a number of agility courses to try out, for dogs, but you could have a go too if you want. All mess that dogs leave behind must be cleaned up after. See Details
Rutgers Garden There is a wonderful expanse of gardens here made by Rutgers University, as well as tons of hiking trails along the Raritan River. Trails are well maintained and easy to walk on. The gardens are well manicured and have lots of places to sit and enjoy. Pets must be on a secure leash at all times. See Details
Lincoln Park Dog Run This large, well-maintained, off-leash dog park includes a separate area for small dogs, and even has its own fire hydrant. See Details
Mills Reservation Bring your pet for an on-leash hike in this lovely park which offers trails of varying difficulty for different levels of hikers. See Details
Echo Lake Dog Park Pets love to roam free at this 3-acre fenced dog park, which includes a separate small dog area and benches for owners to relax on. See Details
Wolfe's Pond Park This public park includes a special area and walking trail for dogs and hosts loads of dog-related events, including agility trials. The dog run is located to left of Cornelia Avenue. See Details
Tamaques Park Tamaques Park is a dog friendly park with a pond, small woods area, picnic area with built in grill, and a lot more. There's a lot of grass, several baseball fields, a tennis court, and jungle gyms as well. See Details
Ridgewood Bark Park This fun off-leash dog park is located near a duck pond and playground. Fully fenced with separate small dog area, toys, and agility equipment. See Details
Bay Shore Water Front Park Bring your pet for a scenic stroll at this lovely waterfront park. They're welcome if on-leash. See Details
Cameron Dog Park This Parsippany off-leash dog park is a rarely-crowded undiscovered gem. See Details
Silver Lake Dog Run This fenced, off-leash dog run is the largest on Staten Island, and includes a separate area for smaller pets. It is great place to socialize your pet. See Details
Riverside County Park Riverside County Park has two double fenced area, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. It also has a water faucet, bowls and toys available for the dogs. There are park benches for the people to sit and trees for shade. Ice cream trucks and other vendors frequent the area as well. See Details
Terhune Park This large, grassy park is rarely crowded, and includes paths through natural, wooded areas. Pets are welcome to join you on-leash. See Details
PAWS Dog Run Basking Ridge residents may bring their pets to play off-leash at this small dog park. See Details