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Dog Areas in Cape Coral

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Cape Coral could be your next family vacation—pets included—this summer. With warm, turquoise waters and boat excursions to be had, it is no wonder why so many people choose to visit Cape Coral.

Beat the standard dog park and try out a manatee boat excursion. Even though these tours take place in the winter, you will never know in the sunshine state. Up to two dogs can join you on this boat tour. You and your family will surely enjoy spotting shy manatees gathering for the winter months or even spotting some alligators and giant snapping turtles further upstream in the rivers. This is a truly unique adventure to enjoy with your best friend and family.

For those more partial to land excursions, there is a lovely dog park in Cape Coral. Wagging Tails has separated areas for large and small dogs and plenty of trails to walk on. The park is nice and shady and has water bowls available to beat the heat on humid Floridian days. This park requires a registration and annual fee to keep the park safe, but who can argue with that?

While there are lovely hotels to choose from, such as the Holiday Inn Express, why not make your stay more authentic and choose from one of the 60+ pet-friendly holiday houses in Cape Coral? Most of them are right near the beach and offer the full spectrum of hospitality. Your pet will appreciate the most homely feel and your family will love the privacy of a beach bungalow!

With many dining options to choose from, you definitely won’t go hungry in Cape Coral. There are fresh seafood restaurants, such as The Fish House and Restaurant, who allow your pet outside during lunch. If you prefer a wider range, check out Anthony’s On the Boulevard, who have live music and comedy, a tasty menu, and a special place to sit with your pet.

A special experience to try with your pet is the Woofgang Bakery. They are a one-stop shop for all of your pet needs. However, they make their own pet food and treats which are a great souvenir for your pet! Who doesn’t like a quality meal?

Cape Coral is a fantastic vacation spot for everyone in your family, even Fido. They offer everything from beaches, boats, shopping, dining, and homely places to stay so everyone will feel optimal comfort.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cape Coral

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    Population Density 1,693/sq mi

    #1 Central Cape Coral

    Wagging Tails Dog Park located in central Cape Coral is one of the best parks in the neighborhood. It is full of athletic fields, shaded areas and event spaces. Although dogs are not allowed in the sports areas, they are welcome in the park to walk. Just make sure you have a leash on you. In addition, the park is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery. After you spend some time at the park, walk around the neighboring areas. There are plenty of people on the pathways so you’re bound to run into some more dogs and their owners -- make some friends!
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    Population Density 1,694/sq mi

    #2 North Fort Myers

    If you drive only 11 miles from your home in Cape Coral, you can go to the Pooch Dog Park, which is part of the larger Judd Community Park in North Fort Myers. The park itself is always full of fun, social dogs. It has many dogs playing with the free water and doggie toys. The park is an off-leash park so feel free to leave the leash at home. Furthermore, the park has plenty of open grassy spaces where you and your dog can sit and relax or run and play. The park has lots of shaded areas for pet owners to sit and relax.
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    Population Density 1,095/sq mi

    #3 Fort Myers

    At a mere 9.5 miles from the center of Cape Coral, you will find Fort Myers, a town home to Lakes Regional Park. Although not a dog park, Lakes Regional Park has plenty of wonderful activities for dog owners and their dogs. On regular days you can take your dog for a walk on the nature preserve. If you go to the park on a weekend, you can walk around the farmer’s market with your dog. The park also has plenty of dog-friendly events where you can spend some quality time with your dog under the bright shining sun.
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    Population Density 314/sq mi

    #4 Estero

    Now, just because Estoro doesn't have any specific dog parks does not mean that there are not dog-friendly locations. Located approximately 15 miles from Cape Coral, Estero is home to Estero Community Park. This park is a gigantic natural park. There is a small side of the park dedicated to a small dog park. It is divided into two sections: one for big dogs and the other for small dogs. The park also has plenty of amenities including doggie poop bags and water sources. Let Fido stretch his legs on the walking path. He must stay on his leash, though.
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    Population Density 368/sq mi

    #5 Matlacha

    At first glance, it seems like Matlacha does not have a lot for you and your dog. However, the city is home to Matlacha Community Park. This community playground has plenty of open, grassy areas, and even a pier for fishing. Plenty of people take their dogs to the park for a day of picnicking, fishing and relaxing. However, since it is not an off-leash dog park it is best to keep a leash handy. Luckily because it is a gigantic park, you may be able to find a private little area near the water. In addition, make sure you take plenty of food and water with you because the park is lacking in amenities.
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