Dog Walkers in Altoona, FL

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Dog Areas in Altoona, FL

3 Parks
1 Trail
3 Shops
1 Groomer

The quaint town of Altoona is located in Lake County, and is both family and Fido-friendly. Pups and their owners often spend time at Alexander Springs Recreation Area hiking through the forest admiring the beautiful water. Families can also access two different segments of the 1,400-mile-long Florida Scenic Trail, where your pup can exercise and enjoy nature.  If you are visiting the area, pitch a tent and rest with your pooch in the campground.

When Fido needs medical care, Altoona offers one veterinarian clinic, Backwoods Trail. These professionals will take care of your pup’s routine and emergency needs, and keep her happy and healthy. The friendly staff at Dan’s Discount Feed and Fence can also help you find a perfect new leash or collar for your canine companion. Keeping your pup healthy with nutritious food also keeps her happy.

You can spend the day with the family and your pup at the McTureous Homestead and Museum walking the grounds and admiring the early 19th century home. McTureous Memorial Park covers over 2 acres and offers a playground and pavilion where you can plan a picnic with other puppy parents and spend time soaking up the sun while the pups sniff butts and socialize. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Altoona, FL

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    Population Density 1,232/sq mi

    #1 E Deer Road


    Private and peaceful, the E Deer Road neighborhood is a wonderful area for dog lovers and their families. The beautiful woodland area features wildlife and spaces to walk Fido and socialize with friends. The neighborhood also features the Blue Sink OHV Corral where the Blue Sink sinkhole is located. You will often find families swimming in the lake while Fido enjoys walking and playing and having a snifftastic time. Some visitors have even seen wildlife in the area, so be sure to keep your pup on a leash. Remember to bring your own doggie waste bags and keep the area clean. 

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    Population Density 1,232/sq mi

    #2 North Altoona


    Finding Fido-friendly activities in the North Altoona neighborhood is simple if you love tranquility and peaceful surroundings. Fiddlers Green Ranch is a wonderful place to spend time with your pooch and your horses!  This RV park features stalls where you can bring your horse to explore the trails, and dogs are allowed for a small extra fee. The friendly staff will help you and your pup feel welcome, and fishing and walking the trails will provide plenty of exercise for you and Fido. Your pooch will need to stay on leash around the horses, but there is an open area where you can let Fido run. If you love camping, the ranch is a wonderful and relaxing destination. 

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    Population Density 1,261/sq mi

    #3 Pittman


    Situated 3 miles from Altoona, Pittman features the beautiful Lake Dorr Recreation Area where you can spend the day or camp for the week. You and Fido will love hanging out around the lake and hiking along the trails. Search through the forest for bear tracks and take in the natural surroundings. The picnic area is perfect when you and your pooch need a snack, and there are water fountains throughout the area where you can refill your water bottles. Pups need to be kept on a leash here, and be sure to bring your own doggie waste bags to clean up. 

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    Population Density 2,123/sq mi

    #4 Umatillia


    About 7 minutes from Altoona, Umatillia is a wonderful area to take Fido for a walk or spend quality time in nature. Cadwell Park offers a playground, pavilion, and open field where you and your pup can play a game of frisbee. The area also offers fishing and camping, and if your pooch likes the water, take him for a boat ride. You can access the Florida Trail here, an unpaved hiking trail that stretches 1300 miles from North Florida all the way to South Florida. Water fountains are available in the park, but you will need to bring your own doggie waste bags.

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    Population Density 1,533/sq mi

    #5 North Thrill Hill


    Safe and well maintained, the North Thrill Hill neighborhood in Eustis is about 8 miles from Altoona. When puppy parents are looking for a place to walk with Fido, the Pine Meadows Conservation Area is perfect! You and your pup can hike through the forest and admire the wildlife in its natural habitat. Fido will enjoy sniffing the plants and searching for sticks and interesting flowers. The open spaces are perfect for a game of fetch, or lay out a blanket and enjoy a cool drink on a hot day. 

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