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Dog Areas in Daphne

10 Parks
4 Trails
6 Shops
10 Eateries
8 Groomers

Sitting on the eastern shores of the Mobile Bay, Daphne is a thriving suburb community of Mobile. The area has been influenced by the Spanish, French and British ownership over the years, and has subsequently gained 30% of its population in just the last ten years. That spike also includes many dogs and dog owners, so it's no surprise that Daphne has many puptastic options around the city.

Located right in the heart of Daphne is the Daphne Dog Park. This park is completely fenced in, and with towering trees and an abundance of picnic tables and benches, Fido will have the chance to run around off leash as much as he wants. There are separate areas for larger and smaller dogs, water fountains, and clean-up stations.

Resting along the shore is the May Day Park, a sizeable Bayfront spot that has a wooded area, open field, access to the beach, and a large launch for boats and kayaks. Dogs must remain on a leash at the park, but can go anywhere humans go, including in the water, on the beach or in the open areas. The park also offers trash bins, water fountains, and benches.

Daphne even has five different animal hospitals to cater to your pup's needs. No matter where you end up around the town, you and Fido will have a great day!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Daphne

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,287/sq mi

    #1 Park City

    For a day out in nature, head out to Meaher State Park in the Park City neighborhood. You and a leashed Fido can enjoy the up-close views of the wetlands and Mobile Bay. The state park has access to the shoreline and over 3 miles of dog-friendly trails. The park does require a small fee to enter, but it features other amenities like trash bins and benches stationed at the parking area. If you're visiting the neighborhood, the Homewood Suites by Hilton is a dog-friendly hotel that allows up to two pets at any size to stay with you for a fee.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,131/sq mi

    #2 Central Daphne

    Central Daphne is the town center neighborhood of the city, and is one of the best places to go if you want a day out with Fido. The Daphne Bayfront Park is a dog-friendly option that rests along the shore, and offers large running areas, paved trails and a small beachfront that  welcomes leashed dogs. Features at the park include water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The neighborhood also has plenty of food options, like the Chicken Salad Chick, a southern comfort food eatery with dog-friendly outdoor seating, or The Sugar Kettle Cafe, a diner that offers gourmet sandwiches, dog-friendly outdoor seating and complimentary water for Fido.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 189/sq mi

    #3 Blakeley

    Blakeley is a small southern neighborhood in Bay Minette, about 5 miles north of Daphne. The community is home to the Historic Blakeley State Park, a dog-friendly, 2,000-acre park with some of the most biodiverse natural sites in North America. From marshland to dense forests, you and Fido will have access to over 20 miles of walking trails as long as your dog remains on a leash. The park also offers public boat cruises throughout the park and even has dog-friendly touring times for a fee. Humans can find trash bins and water fountains in the parking area, and benches inside the park.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,131/sq mi

    #4 Seacliff


    The Seacliff neighborhood is 6 miles south of Daphne, on the northern side of Fairhope. Although located outside the city, the community is an excellent option for dog-lovers as it offers the Fairhope Dog Park. The 3-acre park has separate, fenced-in areas for large and small dogs, as well as grassy fields and a wooded area with short walking trails. Each region has clean-up stations, benches, water fountains and kiddie pools. The neighborhood even hosts Rae's Southern Kitchen, a comfort food eatery with homestyle meals that offers outdoor pet-friendly seating, water, and even some homebaked treats for your pup!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,222/sq mi

    #5 S Ann St/ Texas St

    This urban neighborhood in central Mobile is about 14 miles from Daphne, but well worth the trip. The neighborhood is home to the Danielle Juzan Dog Park, a large dog park with one large, fenced-in area for large and small dogs to run around. The park comes with water fountains, a double-gated entrance, clean-up stations, and benches with plenty of trees for a shaded rest. For a more in-town walk, the Washington Square is a great option, with easy access to paved walking trails and a few open fields for leashed dogs to enjoy. Amenities include benches and trash bins.
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