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Dog Areas in Dunedin

19 Parks
3 Trails
22 Shops
32 Eateries
14 Groomers

Dunedin is not only a great place to live, but also a popular tourist destination year-round. The small Floridian town gets its name from the Scottish immigrants that lived in the area, and still holds Scottish events to this day. This city boasts an open waterfront community, along with dog-friendly parks, beaches, trails, and six veterinarians in town.

The Happy Tails Dog Park sure lives up to its name, because it will leave your pup happily wagging his tail when he visits! The park provides over 3 acres of vibrant green fields enclosed by a fence, and surrounded by trees. There are separate areas for small and large dogs, an agility course, and double-gated fences. Owners can also enjoy additional amenities while Fido plays, like picnic tables, benches, water fountains, and clean-up stations.

The Caladesi Island State Park is an island park in Dunedin that provides over 1000 acres of protected forests, beaches, and wetlands. The state park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and provides 4 miles of trails that extend throughout the park. Be aware that while your pup can traverse the trails, dogs are not allowed on the beaches. Don't forget to bring some clean-up bags!

Dunedin provides it all, trails, state parks, and inner city parks for a quick walk, and all are available for you and your pup in this pawsome town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dunedin

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,944/sq mi

    #1 Dunedin Isles

    Dunedin Isles is a peaceful neighborhood on the northwest side of town. The gem of the area for dog walkers is Hammock Park, a 90-acre park that rests right along Cedar Creek. A mixture of developed areas and untouched regions gives off the perfect vides for outdoor lovers. The park features nature trails that weave through the thick woods, fishing access along the creek, and paved paths. Other developed amenities include a playground, baseball fields, playground, pavilion, picnic shelters, and barbeque stations. Dogs are welcome inside the park while on a leash, and can enjoy water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 72/sq mi

    #2 Honeymoon Island

    Honeymoon Island is a gorgeous island in Dunedin that is taken up completely by the Honeymoon Island State Park. The state park is over 800 acres of land, and 2,000 acres of submerged areas. With protected wetlands and forests designed for viewing, the small island hosts dirt and concrete trails that wind throughout the area. Dogs are welcome on the island, but must remain on a leash 6 feet or shorter. The state park even has a designated dog beach, a place where dogs are allowed to enjoy the sandy shoreline and go for a cooling swim. There are clean-up bags, water fountains, trash bins, and nighttime lights at the beach.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,144/sq mi

    #3 Dunedin City Center

    The Dunedin City Center hosts a busy shopping district amidst rows of palm trees that line the road. The bustling area still has some green space for pups and humans, known as the Josiah Cephus Weaver Park. With a waterfront view, paved paths along the edge of the park, open space, and two pavilions, you and Fido will be overjoyed to come hang out here. Additional amenities include benches, clean-up stations, water fountains, trash bins, and a fishing pier. The neighborhood also hosts Eddie's Bar & Grill, a restaurant that isn't too expensive and delivers delicious and hearty portions of pub grub. The bar is also dog-friendly, with outdoor seating.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,302/sq mi

    #4 Edgewater Drive


    Edgewater Drive is the most southern neighborhood in Dunedin that rests along the western shoreline. Right along the shore is a narrow park called Edgewater Drive Park, which takes up .8 miles of the shore. The thin park has a paved trail that is as long as the park, a fishing pier, beach access and shaded sitting areas. The trail is the best place to give Fido a walk, and although the free space is small, there is still plenty of room to let Fido run around and play as long as he remains on a leash. Marguerite's Cafe is close by and offers gourmet sandwiches alongside dog-friendly outdoor seating.

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    Population Density 2,497/sq mi

    #5 Historic Dunedin

    The neighborhood of Historic Dunedin not only hosts some historic places, but the downtown area of Dunedin. Even this urban jungle has some great parks, like Edgewater Park, a 4-acre park that rests right along the shore, with a fishing pier, docks, small beach area, and open space for your pup. Leashed pups are allowed at the park, and can enjoy additional features like a gazebo, restrooms, benches, clean-up stations, water fountains, and playground. Pioneer Park is also in the neighborhood and is much smaller, but still hosts a large space with paved paths and shaded sitting areas. Dogs are always welcome while they remain on a leash.
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