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Dog Areas in Casselberry

9 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
4 Eateries
2 Groomers

Casselberry is a puptown located in Seminole County, Florida. You will find over 30 lakes in this modest sized city, and as a dog owner, you can take advantage of the beautiful parks and dog friendly restaurants here. Your pup is also in safe hands, with six veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Casselberry.

While you are visiting Casselberry, don’t miss out on Secret Lake Park. This is the perfect place to go if your dog likes to ruff it, with a sniff-tastic loop trail and boardwalks around the lake. The Secret Lake Loop Trail is pawsome for a stroll, as long as your dog remains on their leash. Of course, with tennis and basketball courts, as well as grass to play soccer, all the family can have fun at Secret Lake Park.

To treat your furry friend, you can also head to Sunnytown Park. This is a puptastic escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, with paths through green grass and trees. Your dog will love all the new sights and smells! If your dog loves to play fetch, you can also visit Winwood Park, which has lots of open grass to roam on leash.

When it comes to dog friendly attractions, Casselberry doesn’t disappoint!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Casselberry

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,382/sq mi

    #1 Route 17/ Plumosa Ave

    48

    This place is a muttropolitan part of Casselberry, with plenty of parks you can enjoy with your pup. Your furry best friend will love Pawmosa Dog Park, where pups can roam free off-leash inside these fenced in areas. There are drinking stations and even a time out area if your dog gets too excited with the new surroundings. For sniff-tastic trails to exercise your dog, head to Plumosa Oaks Park, which is just over the road. When you get hungry, you can choose between delicious sandwiches at Cubans on the Run, or a tasty meal from Bubbalou’s Bar-B-Que. Both of these restaurants have patio seating that welcomes dogs.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 930/sq mi

    #2 Route 17/ Triplet Lake Dr

    36

    There is no better place to enjoy the sun going down with your pup than at Sunset Park in Casselberry. This beautiful park has green grass and sniff-tastic trees that your furry friend will love to smell and explore, as well as amazing views over the lake. You can enjoy a pawsome stroll around this park during the day, and pack a picnic to watch the sunset in the evening. In addition, there is also Lake Concord Park, which has a puptastic sculpture garden and boardwalk. If want a bite to eat, head to Einstein Bros Bagels. This place has delicious food and outdoor seating for your pup to join you.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,721/sq mi

    #3 Red Bug Lake Rd/Winding Ridge Rd

    24

    If your dog loves to be active outdoors, check out Wirz Park. This 29 acre park has lots of green grass where you can practice your pup’s training, as well as play with his favorite ball or toy. There is also plenty of fun for the whole family, with a playground and basketball court, in addition to a pool. All dogs are welcome here, as long as they remain on their leash. Don’t forget to bring some water and treats for your furry friend, as there is space in the pavilion for a picnic. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,295/sq mi

    #4 Kewannee Trl/Shoshonee Trl

    12

    For a fun day out with your pup, head to Kewannee Park. This six acre park has plenty of grass for your furry friend to enjoy, as well as a jogging path where you can go for some exercise. Be sure to explore the boardwalks around the lake for some beautiful views. There is also a large pavilion where you can stop for some rest. All dogs are welcome here, as long as they remain on leash. All you need to bring is some water and a doggie bowl for your pup – don’t forget some treats too!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,883/sq mi

    #5 City Center Altamonte Springs

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    Head 4 miles west of Casselberry to the City Center in Altamonte Springs for an day out on the town with your pup. If you are a food lover and want to bring your pup along while you grab some grub, this is the place to be. The Kiwi’s Pub & Grill is a sports bar that serves delicious food, as well as craft beers and cocktails. Your furry friend can join you at one of the outdoor pet-friendly seats. In addition, a great place to head for a deli lunch is Panera Bread, which has outdoor seating that you can enjoy with your pup – bone-a-petite!

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