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Dog Areas in Daytona Beach

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Daytona Beach, Florida named after its founder, Matthias Day, a wealthy northern entrepreneur who built the Palmetto House in 1874. The city became popular for its hard-packed beaches that allowed motor-vehicles to race. A famous beach in the city is the Ormond Beach, which was dubbed as the birthplace of speed.

Spend some adventure filled vacation in the outdoors with your dog. You can camp at Daytona / State Park Speedway KOA, which is only a few minutes away from Disney World and Kennedy Space Center, or you can enjoy the campsites at Nova Campground. They allow dogs except for Pit Bulls, Dobermans, Rottweilers and German Shepherds. If you ever would like to go swimming, the beautiful beaches are just right behind the camp.

Just right beside the Daytona Flea Market is Heli-Hogs Barbeque and Helicopter. Do something thrilling like being on their helicopter then enjoy some their heli-licious barbeque, all at the same venue. If you’re interested in riding the chopper, make sure to do to before eating. You know what happens next, right? Don’t worry about bringing your furry baby, dogs are welcome while you dine at Heli-Hogs.

Daytona 500 NASCAR race, Daytona Beach Bike Week, Biketoberfest are just some of the events race fans can look out for. Of course, don’t forget Spring Break! But Daytona Beach isn’t just for them, there are also several places like the Hilton Daytona Beach/ Ocean Walk Village, Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona and The Black Sheep Pub who welcome millions of people and dogs visiting the city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Daytona Beach

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    Population Density 120/sq mi

    #1 Halifax


    Halifax doge Society Dog Park is the perfect spot for a day of adventure. There are walking trails to explore the new sights and smells or to bark at the trees. You can allow your dog to sit around in the sitting areas while you run in the enclosed areas. There is an agility course for your pal to practice on, too. While you are there, take advantage of the watering stations for both you and your dog. There is so much to do that you will want to come here often to meet fur-iends both old and new. 

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    Population Density 1,388/sq mi

    #2 Ponce Inlet


    Timothy Pollard Memorial Park is named after Office Pollard who was killed in the line of duty. The park offers many ways to enjoy the day with your dog. There is a playground for your mini humans to play on. Fido will, of course, love the off-leash dog park. It has large, fenced in areas for him to run and play fetch in with his new fur-iends.  If he doesn’t mind staying on the leash, you can take some time to explore the trails as they wind through the park. It is a beautiful park that is very well taken care of. You and your dog will enjoy the whole day.

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    Population Density 970/sq mi

    #3 Halifax River


    Three Brothers Boards is just the right place to go if you want to try something new and adventurous for you and your dog. This is a fur-friendly paddle board experience that will guide you  through the dolphin and manatee tours. You will even get a guide that will show you and your dog exactly how to work the paddle boards before your adventure begins. They have slots open most days of the week and all you need to do is call ahead and book your reservation. It is a once in a lifetime experience that you won’t want to miss!

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    Population Density 365/sq mi

    #4 New Smyrna Beach


    If you go just 22 miles from Daytona Beach, you will find Smyrna Dunes Park. You and your dog can discover and explore the 5 different ecosystems that are within the inlet. Fido is sure to be thrilled at the variety of environments. The park also has many nature trails to walk on leash. There is an elevated boardwalk and many picnic pavilions to enjoy. When you are done, you can give Fido a quick shower to wash off all the dirt and sand from his fur before getting in the car to head home. You will need to bring your pup’s leash to enjoy this area, but the experience is more than worth it!

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    Population Density 2,037/sq mi

    #5 Holly Hill


    The Riviera Oaks Dog Park is just the place to bring your dog for a day of fun. There is a trail around the pond to explore. Lots of trees provide nice shading for you and your dog. The fenced in area is nice and large with plenty of grass to dig around in. There are even watering stations with fresh water for your pup. While there are no cleaning stations, they do provide the dog pick up bags and trash cans. Since it’s only 6 miles from Daytona Beach, you may find yourself stopping in quite often to see all the new friends you’ll make here!

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