Dog walking in Belleview

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Hi! My name is Crystal! I'm 39 years old and i'm a huge animal lover! Dogs are my favorite. I grew up with all kinds of breeds and they are all are special in their own way! I've had a Golden Retriever, Maltese, Pitbull, Cocker Spaniel, and a few mixed breeds. I have father and son Shih Tzu's right now and they are my furbabies! I work from home and spoil them with love and I can't wait to meet your furbaby!

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I have over a decade of professional experience caring for animals and training them. I am a Victoria Stilwell Academy Certified Dog Trainer. I hold multiple other animal related certifications as well. Animals are my passion and I can’t wait to work with yours!

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Dog Walking in Belleview

The city of Belleview in Marion County, Florida is home to around 5,000 people. Belleview's motto is, "The city with small-town charm," and it isn't hard to see why! The name Belleview means "beautiful view," and packed into the city's 1.8 square miles is four city parks, schools, shopping, dining, and other recreational activities. 

Every year, Belleview hosts all sorts of community events, from Easter egg hunts, Christmas and Halloween activities, beauty pageants, food vendors, and much more. This city in the heart of Florida is a perfect place for dog owners to call home, as there is an abundance of green space to explore and the climate is pleasant year-round.

In addition to the outdoor activities you can do in Belleview with your dog, there are also dog-friendly restaurants worth visiting! One of these restaurants is called Riccardo's, and you'll find it in southeastern Belleview. Riccardo's has a few outdoor dog-friendly tables, so your pup can hang out by your side while you dine on classic Italian dishes. Their menu includes items like fried ravioli, Philly cheese steak pizza, shrimp Portofino, and much more. Once you're done with your delicious meal, you and Sparky can make the quick trip to one of several dog parks nearby!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Belleview

Maricamp

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,042 per sq. mi.

Maricamp

48

The southeastern Ocala community known as Maricamp is just ten miles north of Belleview, and this area is home to the Letty Towles Dog Park. This fenced, off-leash space includes big and small dog sections, as well as shaded and sunny areas. There are also covered seating areas to keep human visitors comfortable, and the park provides visitors with drinking water for dogs and waste disposal supplies. The Letty Towles Dog Park is part of the Jervey Gantt Recreation Area, and it's closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Maricamp is also home to Ocala's animal hospital, as well as a post office, pharmacy and plenty of other convenient amenities.

Buena Vista Boulevard South

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,768 per sq. mi.

Buena Vista Boulevard South

36

Fifteen miles south of Belleview is south-central The Villages, Florida, and this spot is where you'll find the Brinson/Perry Dog Park. You'll need to obtain a visitor ID to visit this dog park or be accompanied by a resident of The Villages, and once you're in, you and your dog will love it! There are different areas for dogs of different sizes in Brinson/Perry Dog Park, and they include grassy fields and a recently-added water feature where dogs can swim and cool off. For dogs, there are water fountains and doggy bags, and to keep their human counterparts comfortable, there is pleasant scenery to take in while you relax on a park bench.

Northeast Inverness

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
773 per sq. mi.

Northeast Inverness

24

Inverness is a city in Citrus County, Florida with a population of over 7,000 people. Northeastern Inverness is about a 30-mile drive from Belleview, and it's also where you and Sparky will find Bark Central Dog Park. There are 15 acres of space for you and your dog to explore at Bark Central, and the park is divided into areas for big and small dogs. There are also naturally-filtered swimming ponds with no chemicals for dogs to swim, and indoor and outdoor bathing stations with warm water to clean up messy pups. Your dog must be temperament screened and you will need to provide proof of vaccinations when you purchase your membership to this pawesome park.

Lake Panasoffkee

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
265 per sq. mi.

Lake Panasoffkee

12

The southern tail of Wildwood, Florida is less than 30 miles from Belleview. Conveniently located near churches, schools, and grocery stores, this area is also where you'll find the Lake Panasoffkee Dog Park! This no-frills dog park is clean and well-kept, and it isn't divided into different areas for dogs of varying weights. You'll find water and waste disposal supplies in the off-leash park, and it's attached to a children's playground. Both your two- and four-legged children can run and play with friends while you're here, but if your dog joins you outside of the dog park, they must be on a leash.

Lake Okahumpka

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
73 per sq. mi.

Lake Okahumpka

0

It was always a dog-friendly park with pet stations throughout it, but Lake Okahumpka recently added an official off-leash dog area as well! This 130-acre park borders the 670-acre lake. There are boat ramps, 28 picnic tables and 3 picnic pavilions, volleyball courts, playgrounds, a mountain bike trail, and much more to enjoy at Lake Okahumpka. The dog park isn't overly big, but it has sufficient space to let your dog burn off some steam and sniff out some new canine companions. There is also a one-mile paved walking trail at the park, so your dog can join you for a walk on a leash as well.

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