Other Dog Activities in Somerset, NJ

There are 10 other dog friendly attractions within 20 miles of Somerset. 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 Somerset.

Pet Friendly Hacklebarney State Park
Hacklebarney State Park Hacklebarney State Park is dog-friendly. Located between Long Valley and Chester in Morris County, the centerpiece of this secluded park is the gushing river that works its way through the towering trees and glacial valley. There are a number of hiking trails and picnic areas along the shoreline for you to enjoy together. You and your pooch may run into a deer or even a bear, so make sure you keep Fido on a leash for the duration of their visit. To preserve the cleanliness of the water and the surrounding area, please clean up any mess that your pooch leaves behind. See Details
Pet Friendly Ort Farms
Ort Farms Ort Farms is pet-friendly. This farm has a pumpkin patch, corn maze, hay rides, apple cannons, kiddie train, pony rides, and other autumn fun. Leashed dogs are welcome to join in most activities. Hours vary seasonally. See Details
Working Dog Winery Working Dog Winery is a popular pet-friendly tasting room in central NJ. They welcome dogs to join their owners on the lawn. Dozens of customers bring their dogs with them during the weekends of these dates to enjoy the vast grounds and spend quality time with their four-legged friends. Working Dog Winery is open Friday from 2pm to 6pm and Saturday to Sunday from 11am to 6pm. See Details
Source Farmhouse Brewery Source Farmhouse Brewery is a dog friendly, farm-to-glass located in Colts Neck. Enjoy a mug filled with a refreshing lager outdoors in a traditional Bavarian style biergarten under the shade of hop vines growing along reclaimed wood pergola. The expansive farm includes plenty of space for fun, outdoor activities like bocce, corn hole, giant Jenga. Snacks like potato chips and beef jerky are available. See Details
Burnt Mills Cider Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the tasting room at Burnt Mills Cider. They don't serve food, but welcome bringing your own. They do have a rotating schedule of food trucks that serve on the property. See Details
Alstede Farms Shop for fresh fruit and vegetables with Fido at the dog-friendly Alstede Farms in Chester, NJ. Pets must be leashed at all times, non-aggressive, and properly vaccinated. Please note that dogs are not allowed in the picking fields or orchards and must remain on the farm lanes. See Details
Cheesequake State Park Cheesequake State Park in Matawan, NJ, you and Fido will discover open fields, saltwater and freshwater marshes, a white cedar swamp, Pine Barrens, and a northeastern hardwood forest. There's also a beach, but dogs are not permitted on it. Family campsites #23-27 and #37-40 are pet-friendly, so you and your pooch can stay for a little longer. Please ensure Fido is leashed at all times. See Details
Ort Farms Ort Farms is a dog-friendly, family-owned farm located in Long Valley, NJ. BringFido for some family fun and fresh local produce. Dogs are also welcome in their seasonal pumpkin patch and at their fall festival. Dogs are not permitted on the hayride to the pumpkin patch, but you can walk down to the patch. Dogs are also not permitted in any of the fruit or vegetable areas. Please ensure Fido is leashed at all times. See Details
Madden Family Farms Madden Family Farms in Princeton, NJ welcomes dogs to join you while you shop for locally grown plants and shrubs in their garden center. Staff are always happy to help select the right plants for your landscape and garden. See Details
Fairview Farm Wildlife Preserve Fairview Farm Wildlife Preserve, a former dairy farm, is a dog-friendly spot you can take your pooch to in New Jersey. The prime aim of this area of natural habitat is to preserve, protect, and grow the natural life that exists in the state, both animals and plants. You and your pooch can go on a nature walk on one of the trails, check out the exteriors of the old buildings that still stand there, and admire the vast array of colorful flowers when they bloom. The area is often known as the Raritan Headwaters. Dogs are welcome on a leash under six feet, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. Fairview is open every day of the week from dawn until dusk. See Details