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Dog Areas in Flagler Beach

8 Parks
1 Shop
15 Eateries
1 Groomer

When you’re in the oceanside community of Flagler Beach, you’ll find tons of great things to do with your dog. This city has eight dog-friendly parks, including one off-leash park. There are also dog-friendly beaches here, and there’s one highly-rated veterinary clinic.

Want to spend the day outside enjoying the beautiful Florida weather? Head over to Betty Steflik Memorial Preserve, where dogs are welcome on-leash. This 200-acre preserve is home to mangrove marshes, creeks, and coastal scrub. You can see all these natural sites on the preserve’s beautiful network of trails.

Silver Lake Park is another furrific place to spend the day with your pup in Flagler Beach. This park allows dogs on-leash, and it has mulched jogging and exercise trails that wind through the park’s native forests. In the southern part of the park, there’s another pedestrian trail that offers stunning views of Silver Lake’s canals and marshes. There are also plenty of benches on this trail where you can sit and enjoy the view with your dog.

Flagler Beach has numerous dog-friendly beaches, parks, and restaurants, making it easy to find fun things to do with your dog. This city has tons of dog-friendly amenities to offer both visitors and residents!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Flagler Beach

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,461/sq mi

    If you love going to the beach with your pup, you’re in luck — dogs are welcome on certain areas of Flagler Beach’s namesake. Dogs are allowed on-leash on Flagler Beach north of N. 10th Street and south of S. 10th Street. Take a leisurely stroll on the beach with your pup, and then sit in the sand with them and spend the day relaxing and watching the waves crash into the shore. If walking on the beach makes you hungry, head over to Java Joint. Dogs are welcome at this café’s outdoor tables, and your server will give your dog treats and a water bowl. While your dog enjoys their treat, you can dine on breakfast burritos, pancakes, omelets, and more.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 205/sq mi

    #2 Moody Blvd


    This neighborhood is home to Flagler Beach’s one off-leash dog park, which is located within Wadsworth Park. Here, your dog can run and play in separate large and small dog areas. There are plenty of trees to keep the park shady and cool, and there’s water available for your dog. Your pup will love playing in this dog park. After the dog park, treat your pup to a snack at The Bark Spot. This local pet store offers a wide variety of natural treats, and they also have a large selection of dog toys. Your dog will love visiting this pawesome store!

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    Population Density 1,021/sq mi

    #3 Lincoln Park


    Daytona Beach’s Lincoln Park neighborhood is home to a great off-leash area, Halifax Humane Society Dog Park. This dog park is about 22 miles from Flagler Beach, and it has separate fenced-in areas for large and small dogs to play in. There’s also agility equipment in the dog park, including tunnels and poles for dogs to weave through. Plus, there are shade structures to keep the park cool on hot days, and water is also available for your dog. Bring some toys or a Frisbee, and have a ball playing with your pup in this dog park. 

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    Population Density 276/sq mi

    #4 Sixteenth Road


    This Palm Coast neighborhood is home to a fun beach park that welcomes dogs on-leash called Old Salt Park. Located just 10 miles from Flagler Beach, this park offers access to unique coquina rock formations. It’s also a popular spot to go fishing. You and your pup will always have a great time walking on this beautiful beach and enjoying the views of the Atlantic Ocean. If you want to grab a snack after your beach walk, head over to Rosie’s Pizzeria & Ice Creamery. This casual restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they serve New York-style thin-crust pizza. For dessert, they offer a wide variety of ice cream flavors.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,831/sq mi

    #5 Sable Palms


    If your pup wants to spend some time running off-leash, check out Riviera Oaks Dog Park in Sable Palms, which is about 20 miles from Flagler Beach. This dog park has three fenced-in areas: one for dogs over 31 pounds, one for dogs under 31 pounds, and a covered pavilion that can be used during rainy weather. These areas all have plenty of space for your dog to run around, and there’s also fresh water available for them. After the dog park, continue your fun day out with lunch at Oliv Epicurean Grill. Sit at one of Oliv’s dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoying delicious Mediterranean fare, including falafel wraps, kefta bowls, and hummus with pita bread.

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