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Dog Areas in Aripeka

Aripeka is a small community in Florida with a population of a little over 300 people. Tampa is less than an hour south of Aripeka, and there are several other charming Floridian communities nearby. Aripeka is situated along the Gulf Coast of Mexico, and you can expect a lot of sunny days when you live here! The warm climate is ideal for people who love spending time outdoors with their dogs and who love to be close to the water. Aripeka is also known for its great fishing, and it has a rich art history, and many artists still inhabit the area today.

When you're looking for an off-leash dog park near Aripeka, you have several choices. The West Park Dog Park in the Pinecrest West Park community in Tampa only takes about 45 minutes to get to, and you and your dog will both have a great time here! This five-acre park has a section for big dogs and another for small dogs, and the whole place is surrounded by a six-foot fence. For added security, there is a double-gated entry to the park as well. West Park Dog Park also features benches, picnic tables, water fountains, dog wash stations, and waste clean-up supplies. You're going to love getting to know all of the dog-friendly spots around Aripeka!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Aripeka

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    Population Density 1,227/sq mi

    #1 Honeymoon Island

    About 33 miles south of Aripeka, in Dunedin, Florida, is the Honeymoon Island State Park, and on the southern tip of this island, there's a designated dog beach! Although dogs are allowed here, they're supposed to be on a leash at all times. You and your dog will have a great time playing in the waves and walking on the soft sand of Honeymoon Island. There are also several trails surrounding the beach where you can take a long stroll with your dog. There is a small fee to get into the state park, but it's well worth all the fun you'll have!
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    Population Density 3,121/sq mi

    #2 Logan Gate

    Northwest Tampa is about 40 miles south of Aripeka, and this is where you'll find the Logan Gate community and the Logan Gate Dog Park. Logan Gate is a quiet and peaceful community, and the Logan Gate Dog Park is full of friendly dogs and humans. Whether you own a large or small dog, you'll appreciate that there are sections for dogs of different sizes to play safely. There is also drinking water for dogs and small pools where they can cool off. Surrounding the dog park is a playground and some sports fields where your whole family can enjoy themselves.
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    Population Density 2,554/sq mi

    #3 Central Spring Hill

    Spring Hill is a city in Florida with a population of around 100,000 people that's only about 12 miles and less than a 20-minute drive from Aripeka. In central Spring Hill, there's a dog park that is sure to become a new favorite! The Rotary Centennial Park Dog Park is a three-acre park within an eight-acre public park. This dog park has three separate sections: one for small dogs, one for big dogs, and a third area for guide dogs, therapy dogs, or timid dogs. There is a small fee to enter the park, and you may choose to pay as you go or buy an annual membership.
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    Population Density 2,535/sq mi

    #4 The Meadows

    New Port Richey is a city in Florida with a population of more than 16,000 people, and it takes less than a half an hour to get there from Aripeka. In the southeastern part of the city, there's an area known as The Meadows, and this is where you'll find the Meadows Dog Park. Like most Floridian dog parks, Meadows Dog Park has sections for big and small dogs. The Meadows neighborhood is a quiet residential community, and there are playgrounds for your human children near the dog park as well. Make sure you bring your own water when you visit this park because there isn't a running water source here.
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    Population Density 5,624/sq mi

    #5 Anclote

    The Anclote River is a famous river in Florida known for its beautiful scenery, excellent fishing, and variety of wildlife. In the Anclote area of Holiday, Florida you'll also find the Anclote Gulf Dog Park. It takes about a half an hour to get there from Aripeka, and this park is over 24,000 square feet. This park has a small dog section, a large dog section, and a third section where dogs of all sizes can mix. There is also running water, covered seating, a fire hydrant, and some agility equipment (tunnels) at this park. Be advised there is a $2 fee to park at the Anclote Gulf Dog Park.
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