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Are you ready for a long, leisurely stroll full of beautiful sights to see? Do you want to take your four-legged, butt-wiggling, panting companion with you? Suncoast Trail is a multipurpose trail that is one of over 1,600 rail-trails in the Rails-to-Trail Conservancy. You’ll find bikers, skaters, rollerbladers, joggers, and walkers on Suncoast Trail, and dogs are welcome on the contingency that they are leashed, friendly, and cleaned up after by loving pet parents.

You and your pooch can satisfy your hunger while supporting your local farmers at Local Roots Café & Coffee House. Indulge in farm-fresh eggs and fresh-baked pastries and bread at breakfast, or split a sandwich with Fido during lunchtime. Do you need gluten-free or sugar-free options? No problem! Local Roots will cater to your needs. Dogs are more than welcome at Local Roots, but can only be seated in the outdoor dining area.

Campers Holiday is a dog-friendly campground that has 66 paved RV sites nestled in towering trees that provide wonderful shade. A lake, screened-in pavilion, heated/cooled pool, playground, shuffleboard area, horseshoes area, fishing areas, restrooms, shower house, and more are provided during your stay. Rates start at $35, not including a pet fee. There is a few rules, including a two pet limit per site, and all pets must be leashed when outside.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brooksville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 176/sq mi

    #1 West Brooksville

    Unfortunately there is no dog park in the city of Brooksville. However, you can take your dog to the Withlacoochee State Forest. This park is basically acres and acres of trails and rough terrain. In other words, it is basically heaven for anyone who loves biking, running and getting dirty with their dogs. So if you like to run around, get messy and play with your dog, this is the place to go. Just make sure you take a leash just in case there are other people in the park. Also make sure you take your own doggie poop bags as the park does not provide any.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,132/sq mi

    #2 Spring Hill

    Although there is a large number of parks in the area, there is only one dog park. The Spring Hill Dog Park is full of people and their dogs so your dogs will be able to learn how to socialize with other dogs. Furthermore, the dog park is separated into zones according to dog size. However, since it is such a large, populated dog park it can be overwhelming for some shy dogs. Just make sure you take a few dog toys your dog is familiar with. And remember, this is an off-leash park so feel free to leave the leash at home!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,988/sq mi

    #3 New Port Richey

    New Port Richey is home to the Meadows Dog Park. This hidden gem of a park is loved by New Port Richey residents. It is quite a distance from Brooksville at 30 miles so if you really love your dog, you will find your way there. The park has plenty of clean water, pools and toys for dogs. It also has plenty of open spaces for your dog to run around. The park does not have a lot of grass but it is completely fenced-in so you can feel free to leave the leash in your car. Lastly, the park has lots of shaded areas for hot dogs and owners.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 532/sq mi

    #4 Iverness

    At only 20 miles from Brooksville, you will find two wonderful dog parks. The first one you need to check out is Bark Central Dog Park. This 15-acre park is off-leash, which is basically doggie heaven. Because the park itself has many amenities and and things to do, the dogs need to be fully vaccinated and neutered. Also, because the park is incredibly popular you will need to get a day pass, month pass or year pass to the park. The other park you need to visit is the Holden Community Park. This is not an off-leash park, but a walking park where dogs need to be walked on leashes at all times.
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 537/sq mi

    #5 Wesley Chapel

    Located approximately 40 minutes south of Brooksville you will find Wesley Chapel, a primarily residential town. This town is home to not one but two dog parks. The first one you need to visit is the Avalon Park West Dog Park, a park full of shaded grassy locations. The second park you need to see is the Palm Cove Dog Park. This park is separated into two zones, one for big dogs and one for small dogs. It is also an off-leash park so feel free to leave the leash at home! Trust us, you will have a pawsome day!
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