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Dog Areas in Cedar Key

4 Parks
1 Trail
3 Eateries
1 Groomer

Cedar Key is an island that sits off the Northwest coast of Florida. The town is known for the Cedar Key National Wildlife Refuge and the Cedar Key Museum State Park, which hold numerous hiking trails that your dog will love exploring. There is one veterinarian in Cedar Key that your dog can go visit for a health check-up.

City Park sits right off the beach and is a great location to take your dog for a walk. The park has a gazebo for shade, plus covered picnic tables, a paved walking path, and grass that your dog can roll around on. The walking trail goes throughout the park and along the beach, so your dog will be loving every minute at this park.

If you and Fido are looking to have a drink, stop into The Black Dog. This pawsome bar has over 150 beers on tap and a homemade sangria that is perfect for the hot Florida weather. There are always cold, refreshing water bowls ready for your dog when you visit, so you both can quench your thirst.

Cedar Key is a perfect place to spend some time outdoors with your furry pal by your side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cedar Key

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    Population Density 386/sq mi

    #1 Cedar Key


    The Little Shark Park sits right along the coast in Cedar Key, and has a playground and paved walking trail that offers an amazing view as you get your walk in with your pup. Enjoy a hike through the Cedar Key National Wildlife Refuge. The hiking trails are covered by trees to give you plenty of shade, and the trail surface is packed dirt to make your hike a bit easier. After a great day out, stop into the Big Deck Raw Bar which is a picnic style outdoor restaurant. They offer a great selection on seafood like clams and oysters.

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    Population Density 1,567/sq mi

    #2 Inglis

    The Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park is a great adventure to go on with your dog. The park is only accessible by boat and has extensive salt marshes and tidal creeks. While visiting, you and Fido can canoe or kayak, view wildlife, fish, and even camp if Fido is loving the park. The park does offer trails to hike, but they aren't marked, so make sure you know where you're going before heading out on one of them. The park is also filled with a lot of natural wildlife, such as bears, so keep your dog on a leash. Located twenty miles out of Cedar Key in Inglis, your dog will love this adventure.
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    Population Density 92/sq mi

    #3 Triple Crown Farms


    Enjoy a day out at the Goethe State Forest. This 53,587-acre state forest offers fishing, camping, restrooms, a picnic area with grills, and a pavilion for shade. The forest is filled with well-marked trails that you and Fido can use for a nice hike while you are there. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash when you visit, and don't forget to bring your water,. Located in Dunnellon, and forty miles out from Cedar Key, your dog will love getting off the island to visit this great hiking area with you.

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    Population Density 87/sq mi

    #4 West Chiefland


    Your dog will have an amazing time out at the Manatee Springs State Park. This dogtastic park has a ton of amenities for you and your pup like camping, a playground, swimming, a picnic pavilion, and snorkeling. The park has an 8.5-mile nature trail that you can walk with your dog that will take you through swamps, sinkhole ponds, and uplands, perfect for any highly active pooch. Your dog needs to stay on a leash when visiting and isn’t allowed on the boardwalk when at this park. Located in Chiefland, and only thirty miles out from Cedar Key, your dog will love seeing the Manatees at this park.

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    Population Density 73/sq mi

    #5 City Center


    Take your pup out to the Fanning Springs State Park and enjoy a day out together. The park is located along the Suwannee River and has great amenities like boating, fishing, picnicking, swimming, and snorkeling. The park offers a small nature trail that is .75-miles long for a nice walk with your furry pal. It will take you through a pine forest which will keep you shaded as you hike. Keep your dog on a leash when out at the park, especially since there is a lot of wildlife in the area. This pawsome park is in Fanning Springs, and only thirty-five miles out from Cedar Key.

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