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Dog Areas in Palmetto Bay

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Palmetto Bay is a growing community! This Miami suburb is a gorgeous slice of the woofderful life, and canine residents agree! Once upon a time, Palmetto Bay was a designer commuter town for the greater Miami area. Now, it’s a thriving urban center in its own right. Palmetto Bay has one veterinary clinic, but there are almost a dozen more within a fifteen minute drive!

Your dog is free to explore without fear! Start these amazing explorations in Coral Reef Park! This family-oriented park is a great place to bring the whole crew. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you on the walking paths, picnic areas, or alongside the canal!

Ludovici Park is another must-see spot in Palmetto Bay! This park is great for photo ops, and your leashed pet will love it to. It’s more for picnics and posing, so if you have a crew of kids to entertain you may be happier in Coral Reef Park, or another one of Palmetto Bay’s great public parks. In Palmetto Bay, you have the luxury of finding the right park for the right gathering!

When the long twilight finally fades and you rest your weary paws, there’s no need to stop that tail from wagging--there’s more Palmetto Bay to see tomorrow!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Palmetto Bay

#1 Palmetto Estates

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Palmetto Estates of , FL Dog Parks 1
Palmetto Estates of , FL Population Density 4,341/sq mi

#1 Palmetto Estates

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Palmetto Estates is an neighborhood in the north-west corner of Palmetto Bay. It’s home to the town’s only dog park, making this a must-see spot in Palmetto Bay! Perrine Wayside Park has everything your pup could ask for! It has a natural interior water feature that’s great for playing! If your dog prefers to stay dry (or you don’t want to deal with mud right now) there’s still plenty to do! The entire park is fenced, but be aware that the main area is one size fits all. If your small pup is too shy for the big leagues, you may want to keep them on leash somewhere else.
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#2 Perrine

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Perrine of , FL Dog Parks 0
Perrine of , FL Population Density 4,681/sq mi

#2 Perrine

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Palmetto Bay Park in the neighborhood of Perrine is a fantastic park for a huge get together. The park’s main focus is sports. It spans over 25-acres, making it the perfect place to get some exercise. The park houses six softball fields, basketball courts, and a playground! If it’s just you and your dog, however, you’re going to prefer the walking path. It’s lined with trees and runs a loop around the park, making it a woofderful way to work off some energy! Leashed dogs are welcome, and bring a bowl to get some water for your pup after your workout!

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#3 Central Palmetto Bay

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Central Palmetto Bay of , FL Dog Parks 0
Central Palmetto Bay of , FL Population Density 4,329/sq mi

#3 Central Palmetto Bay

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Bill Sadowski Hammock Preserve is not an area where hammocks grow naturally from the ground. It’s still an amazing place to take your pet in Central Palmetto Bay. This little spot of land is a preserve, so it’s very important to keep your dog on leash the entire visit. It’s the best way to convince the wildlife it’s safe to stay! Though your dog can’t visit the nature center, the two of you can explore the many paths and bike trails that make the park so popular. It’s also a great fishing spot, so bring a posse and find something for everyone!

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#4 Deering

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Deering of , FL Dog Parks 0
Deering of , FL Population Density 4,392/sq mi

#4 Deering

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Waterfront picnics are one the charms of Florida, and they don’t get better than an afternoon lunch at Snowden’s Dam. This structure is in the background while your lunch is in the foreground. There’s also space for launching boats (motorized and man powered!) and fishing at this location. Relax on the grass next to the water feature, or take your pup for a long walk down the river front! Just be aware that drinking fountains are few and far between at this park, and pack water of your own for yourself and your dog. It’s hotter than it feels outside!

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