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Dog Areas in Atlantic Beach

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10 Eateries

Atlantic Beach is located in Duval County, Florida. Like most places in Florida, Atlantic Beach is a beautiful seaside getaway. There are several places that you can visit in Atlantic Beach with your dog, including parks with walking trails and numerous waterside spots for fishing and relaxing.

There are four pet-friendly hotels in the city of Atlantic Beach. The Ocean Resort Hotel and Spa is rated five stars by all visiting dog lovers! There is an on-site bar and grill as well as 24-hour in-room catering. This resort boasts an ocean view and is located perfectly in downtown Atlantic Beach. Dog-friendly dining options and nightlife are just around the corner from the Ocean Resort, but this resort in Atlantic Beach is also 14 miles from Jacksonville, Florida for added entertainment.

Ten restaurants in Atlantic Beach are proud to serve guests with dogs in their comfortable outdoor seating areas. Dine with your dog while gazing at the beautiful views of Atlantic Beach. All ten restaurants have pawtastic service, but Poe’s Tavern is a crowd favorite in Atlantic Beach. This pub serves a variety of burgers and salads with an original twist. But the really cool thing about this pub is its Edgar Allen Poe theme, which is a big hit with literature lovers (and their dogs!).

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Atlantic Beach

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    Population Density 6,564/sq mi

    #1 Atlantic Beach S/D

    For dog owners in the Atlantic Beach, FL, Atlantic Beach S/D is a pawtastic neighborhood. You and your pup are welcome to enjoy a refreshing walk on the beach together. Canine pals are to be on a leash no longer than 12 feet long, unless you and your pooch are in the water together. Fido can be set free to manage the water while swimming with you or another adult. As soon as you’re out of the surf, be sure to leash back up. After a day at the beach, take a stroll down Atlantic Blvd and enjoy a burger or salad at Poe’s Tavern or at M Shack. If you prefer Italian fare, grab an outdoor table at Joseph’s Pizza on Ocean Blvd.
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    Population Density 6,663/sq mi

    #2 Saltaire

    Just inland from the beach, the neighborhood of Saltaire offers some pupcredible spots for you and your furry friend. Featuring 2 community parks, this area has open areas for you and Fido to explore as long as you keep your canine companion on a leash no longer than 12 feet. Stroll the nature trails at Howell Park, or head over to Jack Russel Park for a jog or to meet up with other dog-loving friends. Catch a meal at an outdoor table at the Beach Diner on Atlantic Blvd while your pooch rests at your feet. Complete your activities with a treat for Fido at SaltyPaws Healthy Pet Market. While you’re there, take advantage of the self-pet wash to give your pup a bath.
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    Population Density 6,406/sq mi

    #3 Royal Palms

    Royal Palms offers easy access to the Atlantic Beach Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is open from 7:30 in the morning until dusk each day. The area features a swimming pond, fresh water stations for pups and their owners, benches, and a dog rinse station. Bring your pooch for some social time with other canines. There’s a separate, gated area for smaller dogs. After a day of fun in the Florida sun, Fido can rest beside you while you grab a bite at Culhane’s Irish Pub or at Cantina Louie. Don’t forget to take Fido’s leash and his water bowl along.
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    Population Density 1,465/sq mi

    #4 Paradise Cove

    If you enjoy exploring the outdoors with your canine companion, the neighborhood of Paradise Cove is ideal. From here, you have access to the largest park in Atlantic Beach. Dutton Island Preserve boasts over 9,000 feet of trails through natural areas. Bring your pup for a walk on the wild side or do a little fishing or canoeing. In addition to Dutton Island, you’ll find Donner Park in Paradise Cove. With over 5 acres of land, this community park is a great place for you and your pal to stretch your legs. Remember to keep your pooch on leash that’s no longer than 12 feet, and pick up any messes while you’re visiting either area.
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    Population Density 3,341/sq mi

    #5 Selva Marina

    The neighborhood of Selva Marina just off the beachfront is a delightful place for you and your canine companion to explore. Pups and their owners are welcome to enjoy a quiet picnic or go for a relaxing stroll in Johansen Park nestled between Park Terrace East and West. With 12 acres of grassy fields and plenty of shade, this is an ideal place to get a little exercise with Fido. You and your pooch will enjoy the ocean breezes from the nearby beach. As with all municipal parks, be sure to keep your special friend on a leash no longer than 12 feet long.
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