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Dog Areas in Harbeson

Harbeson is a community in Sussex County, Delaware with a population of less than 2,000. Harbeson is very close to Delaware Bay on the Atlantic Ocean, and there are plenty of great beaches and outdoor activities nearby. Harbeson has beautiful, spacious homes with large yards that are ideal for pet owners. There may not be a designated off-leash area for dogs within Harbeson, but there are several dog-friendly activities close by, as well as a handful of veterinarians in the county to take care of your pets.

The Fenwick Island State Park in Fenwick, Delaware is less than 30 miles from Harbeson. Fenwick Island State Park is a three-mile stretch of beach that makes for the perfect spot to spend a day with your family! This beach tends to be quite quiet and peaceful, but you will likely still come across other dog owners and their pets during your visit. There's a portion of the beach that is open to dogs year-round, and there's an even bigger section of the beach that is open to dogs during the off-season. There are also plenty of activities for your family to enjoy at this park, like surfing and fishing. You and your dog will have such a good time making memories together in the Harbeson area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harbeson

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    Population Density 240/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Harrington

    Browns Branch County Park is half an hour northwest of Harbeson, in Harrington, Delaware. Harrington is a city of just over 3,500 people, and this county park is a popular place for the community to gather. This dog-friendly park doesn't have an off-leash area, but dogs are welcome to accompany you when they're on their leash. They can enjoy swimming in the clear creek in the park, and there's even a doggy water fountain for them to drink from. Other activities in the park include picnic facilities, a jungle-themed playground, and several nature trails perfect for walking with your dog.
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    Population Density 1,496/sq mi

    #2 Little Salisbury/ 94th St

    Ocean City is a coastal town in Maryland that is just over a half an hour from Harbeson. On the eastern coast of the town sits the Ocean City Dog Playground, and you and your pooch won't want to miss it! This dog park has one section for dogs who weigh less than 28 pounds, as well as a section for bigger dogs. Each section of the dog playground has waste bags and water spigots, but be sure to bring your own bowl. This park requires purchasing a membership for a small fee, and when you do so, you'll receive an access code for either the small or large side of the dog park, depending on how much your dog weighs.
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    Population Density 1,015/sq mi

    #3 South Bowers

    Magnolia, Delaware is half an hour north of Harbeson, and in the neighborhood of south Bowers, you'll find Bowers Beach. This popular recreation town is known for its great beaches and fishing, and your dog will have a blast visiting Bowers Beach with you. Dogs are supposed to remain on a leash while they're at Bowers Beach with you, but they'll still enjoy wading in the water with you or just strolling along the sand at your side. Bowers Beach is a peaceful, clean, and quiet beach that is often referred to as "Delaware's Best Kept Secret," and once you're there, it isn't hard to see why!
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    Population Density 81/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Lewes

    Lewes, Delaware is 10 miles west of Harbeson, and on the northeastern edge of town, you'll find the Cape Henlopen, State Park. Thousands of visitors come to Cape Henlopen State Park each year to enjoy the hiking, biking, swimming, and other recreational activities available at the park. Dogs are allowed to join you in most parts of the park, including the miles of trails throughout the park, but they must be on a leash. From May to September, dogs are not allowed on Delaware swimming or surfing beaches, but if you're there during the off-season, your dog can join you for a leashed walk along the water.
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    Population Density 1,148/sq mi

    #5 Central Milford

    In a little more than 20 minutes, you and Rover can drive from Harbeson to Milford, Delaware and the Milford Bark Park in the central part of town. This dog park is a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, and it features a section for small dogs and a separate section for big dogs. In addition to separate sections, the park also has water, picnic tables, and covered benches to shelter you on hot days or during the rain. If you'd like to go for a leashed walk with your dog nearby, there is also a trail just outside of the dog park.
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