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Dog Areas in Palm Coast

19 Parks
7 Trails
13 Shops
16 Eateries
8 Groomers

Palm Coast is really popular in the summer, and even in winter, thanks to the high temps year round in this Florida town. This beachside city  is a central point between Orlando and Jacksonville, and is just 30 miles from Daytona Beach, providing tourists with a great resting stop and residents with an even greater experience for daily life. This also includes pups, since the small town is super dog-friendly, including the city's parks, beaches, and trails.

The Washinton Oaks Gardens State Park is the closest state park in the area, and sits on the northern edge of town. The 230-acre state park is dog-friendly with over 7 miles of trails, 3 miles of shoreline access, and natural wildlife among the gardens and large oak trees. Dogs are welcome on the beach, in the streams, and in the open area, but be sure to bring plenty of water!

The Old Salt Park is right on the beach, with plenty of open fields and beach access. Although the beach is a bit rocky, there are plenty of safe spots for you and Fido to enjoy the water and look for passing whales. There are benches and trash bins in the parking area.

The city also offers up the River to Sea Preserve, a natural area with dog-friendly trails for humans and pups.

With seven different animal hospitals, beach access, and lots of natural areas to explore, how can you and fido not love walking in Palm Coast?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Palm Coast

#1 Marineland

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 2,136/sq mi

#1 Marineland

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This neighborhood on the eastern side of town is made up of a marina and beachside community. Like most of the beaches in Palm Coast, the Jungle Hut Road Park Beach is pet-friendly, with nature trails that extend over the trails and marsh areas of the park, water access and bird watching activities available. Fido will have to remain on a leash thoughout, and you'll have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. The Hammock Park is inland, featuring a large green area with paved walkways, a basketball court, and playground for leashed pups. There's also access to water fountains, benches, and nighttime lights.
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#2 Central Palm Coast

36
Dog Parks 0
Population Density 2,105/sq mi

#2 Central Palm Coast

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The neighborhood of Central Palm Coast is farther inland, with gorgeous views of the surrounding plains and wetlands. The James F. Holland Memorial Park is among these plains, and provides 53 acres of open area with paved walkways, recreational ballfields, restrooms, a pavilion, picnic shelters, and a grilling area. The park is perfect for a family picnic, quick walk, or playing activity for leashed pups! There's water fountains, clean-up bags, benches, and trash bins available. Nearby, the Palm Harbor BBQ-Grill offers dishes like grilled chicken and ribs served right to the outdoor tables that are dog-friendly with complimentary water.
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#3 Grand Haven

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 1,199/sq mi

#3 Grand Haven

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The Grand Haven neighborhood is on the south side of town, and is home to the Herschel King Park, a gorgeous area that sits along the Matanzas River. This park features plentiful parking, trash bins, benches, river access for boats, fishing, and swimming. The urban park also has an open area for playing, with water fountains, and a clean-up station for leashed pups. The Graham Swamp Conservation Area is much larger, with over 150 acres of protected land, featuring boardwalks and dirt trails that wind throughout the area to view the wildlife and serene terrain. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash 6 feet or shorter, and water and clean-up bags must be brought with you.
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#4 Eastern Palm Coast

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 778/sq mi

#4 Eastern Palm Coast

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The Eastern Palm Coast neighborhood is on the east side of town, and filled with undeveloped swamplands, shoreline residential homes, and pretty views of the river. Along the river is the Long Creek Nature Preserve, a conservation area of protected land that offers 80 acres of swamps. Activities here include canoeing, kayaking, saltwater fishing, and hiking. There are over 4 miles of different trails made of dirt and crushed gravel, wooden boardwalks, an open area to play in, and a fishing pier. Dogs aren't required to be on a leash inside this park, but must be cleaned up after and under voice control at all times.
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#5 Palm Coast

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 2,879/sq mi

#5 Palm Coast

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The Palm Coast neighborhood is named after the city itself, and filled to the brim with residential homes and roads. Among the crowded area is a recreational park known as Belle Terre Park, a 20-acre area with different ballfields, paved walkways that encircle the park and wind through it, an open space for play, and a gazebo. Dogs are welcome in the park while on a leash, and can enjoy additional features like water fountains, trash bins, benches, and a clean-up station. Afterward, you and Fido can head to Dominic's Deli & Eatery, a sandwich shop with dog-friendly seating outside with umbrellas.
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