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Dog Areas in Celebration

12 Parks
3 Trails
9 Shops
1 Groomer

Celebration in Florida will give dog-lovers a lot to celebrate about, like the large open parks, the beautiful greenways, and a location right next to Walt Disney World. The city was actually built by Disney as an outside town for visitors and residential workers of the resort. Celebration isn't only the happiest place on earth for humans, but dogs too, with 1 veterinarian and tons of dog-friendly places.

Arbor Park provides something rare to find in not only Celebration, but in all of Florida; woods! The small park provides a completely forested area with paved trails and benches. It's shaded and has water fountains for a cool refreshing walk for leashed pups.

Another favorite around town is the Celebration Pond Greenway, a line of ponds in the center of town with a perimeter walkway, paved with concrete and bridges. The greenway provides grass for Fido to play on and over 1.2 miles of paths, with benches and picnic areas. Owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags.

The Longmeadow Park is another dog-friendly park in town, with a large open space and surrounding trails, open to leashed dogs. There are benches, picnic tables, and water fountains in the park.

Not enough? Well, there are plenty more options when looking for a dog-friendly place in the dog-loving town of Celebration.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Celebration

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,769/sq mi

    #1 Central Celebration

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    Central Celebration is the busiest part of the city, filled with bustling streets and lots of activity in the shop district. Despite this, there are still lots of places to walk Fido, like Founders Park. The park is surrounded by trees, and offers a shady perimeter trail and an open area right in the center of the park. Dogs must remain on a leash at the park, with access to trash bins, benches, and water fountains. The Hippodrome Park is another dog-friendly option in the neighborhood, with a large grassy field, paved trails, and shady sitting areas when Fido needs a rest. Leashed pups can enjoy all parts of the park, and have access to benches and trash bins.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,147/sq mi

    #2 East Village

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    East Village is a quiet neighborhood with lots of residential homes. The Spring Park is perfect for dog-walkers, thanks to surrounding forests that surround the park for privacy and a large open area in the middle, offering Fido the best place to run around and play in peace. Dogs must remain on a leash, and must not go near the swimming areas of the park. The East Crescent Park provides dog-walkers a place to enjoy some paved trails that encircle the park, with benches and nighttime lights. Owners will have to keep Fido on a leash, and bring water and clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #3 Celebration Blvd

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    Celebration Boulevard is a neighborhood named after the famous street that goes right through the neighborhood. Among the homes in the community are a group of small parks that include the Bartow Park, the Malvern Hill Park, and the Gaines Mill Park. These parks are only a block from each other, and each provides a green space to walk Fido and allow him to stretch his legs and enjoy a game of fetch. There are benches in each park, but owners must keep their dogs on leash, and bring water and clean-up bags when visiting any of the parks.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 651/sq mi

    #4 Creekside

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    Creekside is a small neighborhood in the town of Kissimmee, just 7 miles southeast of Celebration. The neighborhood is popular, thanks to the large dog-friendly park known as Shingle Creek Regional Park, which provides dogs with a fenced-in area that includes separate areas for large and small dogs. The large dog park has a bathing area, dog-sized drinking fountain, benches, and clean-up bags. The rest of the park has an additional 456 acres that's dog-friendly to leashed pups, and offers paved trails that wind through open spaces and forests. This pawtastic park is sure to tire out not only your pup, but you too!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,832/sq mi

    #5 Heather Oaks

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    The city of Kissimmee is really popular among Celebration residents, thanks to the abundance of dog parks, like the one in the Heather Oaks neighborhood 12 miles away. The KUA Cumbie Canine Court is a safe and fun place for dogs to run around off-leash. The park is 6.3 acres, with separate areas for smaller and larger dogs, covered picnic areas, and an agility course that includes an adjustable jump bar challenge, elevated dog walk, and hoop jump. There are also additional features like benches, picnic tables, dog-sized water fountains, and clean-up stations.
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