Cherry Hill Dog Park at Croft Farm is now open
If you have a furry friend who enjoys going to dog parks and just running around with other furry friends, you might want to find out more about a new dog park in the Cherry Hill area.
We recently learned on the Cherry Hill Township website that the Cherry Hill Dog Park at Croft Farm is now open and ready to welcome all the cute furry friends.
On the Township of Cherry Hill website, it was mentioned that Board Chair David Fleisher said, “I can’t wait for the neighbors to join me and our dog Rosie in enjoying the beautiful trails and spaces. outdoors, and I look forward to celebrating this success with the community in September at our grand opening.
The Cherry Hill Dog Park Grand Opening Celebration at Croft Farm will take place next September.
The Cherry Hill Dog Park at Croft Farm will have two separate sections for large and small dogs. The Cherry Hill Township website has indicated that one side of the dog park will only be reserved for large dogs. The smaller dog section at Cherry Hill Dog Park will be for furry friends weighing 25 pounds or less.
We also learned from the Cherry Hill Township website that this dog park is on an acre of land. It “has both fenced wooded paths and open spaces for dogs to explore.”
This new Cherry Hill dog park will be your furry friend’s new favorite place to release some of their extra energy.
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