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Dog Areas in Cocoa

17 Parks
2 Shops
15 Eateries
15 Groomers

The town of Cocoa sits on Florida's Indian River, and is a great spot for tourists since their downtown is home to a historical business district. Filled with amazing tours, restaurants, and activities to do, your pup is going to love hanging around Cocoa with you. With fourteen veterinarians located in the city, your dog will be feeling both happy and healthy while you explore Cocoa together.

Grab a drink at The Dog and Bone British Pub with your pup by your side. This traditional pub welcomes your dog to hang out with you inside their establishment. The staff is super welcoming to all dogs, and even keeps bones behind the counter to hand out. If you both get a tad hungry, stop into Ryan's Village Pizza for a bite to eat. They offer great tasting pizza, and welcome your dog on their outdoor patio with a bone and bowl of water.

Head over to Junny Rios Martinez Park for a fun walk. The park offers a pavilion, basketball courts, bathrooms, tennis courts, and a playground. There is a great walking trail that goes through and around the park where your pup can get a good walk in, as well as some romping time on the open grassy areas. 

If both of you are looking for a place to stay, check out the Days Inn Cocoa Expo or the Budget Inn Cocoa I-95. Both of these great hotels allow Fido to spend the night with you so you both can rest easy and continue your amazing adventures.

Cocoa is a great city filled with wonderful things that you and your pup can do together. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cocoa

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    Population Density 724/sq mi

    #1 Delespine on Indian River

    The Fay Lake Wilderness Dog Park is a pawsome place to take your pup for some off leash fun. The park offers a separated area for large and small dogs, plus water, benches for owners to sit on, and plenty of shade to keep everyone cool. The dog park is made up of primarily grass, perfect if your pup loves playing fetch. If your dog is looking to get a walk in, take advantage of the numerous trails that the park offers. Make sure to check out the Fay Lake Wilderness Park nearby while you are in the area. This park offers playgrounds, pavilions, piers, and plenty of grass to play on.
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    Population Density 3,155/sq mi

    #2 Lapham Park

    The Lapham Park neighborhood in Cocoa is filled with a plethora of dog friendly restaurants, your pup isn't going to know what to choose! Norman's Raw Bar and Grill is a casual eatery that offers delicious food like wings and burgers. Cafe Margaux is an upscale steakhouse with a beautiful leafy patio to seat you and your dog. Ossorio Bakery and Cafe offers classic dishes like brick oven pizza and sandwiches, plus delicious dessert options. Ultra Lounge is a great place to stop in to grab drinks with your furry pal by your side. All of these restaurants offer pet friendly patios and love when Fido comes to dines with you.
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    Population Density 1,423/sq mi

    #3 College Park

    If Fido is looking to get a good walk in, take him to Provost Park. The park offers a playground, community center, basketball courts, picnic tables, and baseball fields. Fido will love running around in the huge grass fields and burning off some excess energy, plus there are plenty of trees to provide shade for everyone. On the weekends, the park tends to get busy with sports games and food trucks, so if your dog isn't a fan of crowds, you may want to consider a different park. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you when you visit.
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    Population Density 2,018/sq mi
    The Grandview Heights neighborhood is home to a great park where Fido can run around and explore with you by her side. The McFarland Park is right along the river, and offers a huge hill that Fido can run up and down. The park also features a small boat ramp, picnic tables, and a fishing dock. Riverside Park is right next to McFarland Park, and offers plenty of trees for shade and tons of grass for Fido to run on. If you want to spend some time relaxing on the river, there are a few benches for you to take a seat on and just hang out.
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    Population Density 496/sq mi

    Travis Park is a great spot to visit with your furry pal to hang out for the day. The park offers a playground, volleyball courts, basketball courts, and plenty of grass for your dog to play on. If Fido is in need of a walk, make sure to take advantage of the nature trail that runs through the park and get a good walk in for the both of you. The park doesn't offer much shade, so make sure to bring water along so Fido can stay hydrated while you explore together. Don't forget your clean-up bags.

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