Dog Walkers in Fort Meade, FL

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Fort Meade, FL

Fort Meade is known as the oldest town in the Polk County, and as such, it has a very rich history behind it. Over 300 homes that belong to the city are on the National Register of Historic Places. The name of the city comes from the lieutenant who originally founded the town, George Meade.

If you're traveling here by RV, you can visit the Hammock Lake MH & RV Park, where dogs are allowed to stay with you as long as they are leashed when outside of the vehicle. If you need different kinds of accommodation, you should head to Winter Haven, about 20 miles away from Fort Meade, where you can find around 10 dog-friendly accommodations. 

Although Fort Meade doesn't have any dog-friendly restaurants or bars, Winter Haven has more than 10 different locales that you and Fido can visit! Another place with more than 50 restaurants, bars, and cafes is Lakeland, which is around 23 miles away.

In case any accidents happen with your pet and you need veterinary help, you can find an animal clinic in Fort Meade that will respond right away! While you're in Fort Meade, you can visit the 17-acre Patterson Park or the Peace River Preserve. Leashed dogs are more than welcome to join you.

You and Fido will find all the dog-friendly amenities you could pawssibly want within a short drive of Fort Meade!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fort Meade, FL

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,343/sq mi

    #1 North Mulberry

    Ruffly 22 miles away from Fort Meade is a nice park where you can take your pup for their daily exercise. The park is called DiOGi Park, and it's located within Loyce E. Harpe Park in Mulberry. Your pup will be pawsitively excited to have the chance to roam around this off-leash park. If you have a small pooch, you can safely let them run in the designated area for small dogs. Fire hydrants and agility equipment are just a few of the amenities that make this park great! A doggie water fountain will take care of the thirsty pups.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,173/sq mi

    #2 Jan Phyl Village

    Twenty-two miles north of Fort Meade, you have another option where your pooch can stretch their paws: Simmers-Young Park. The park was hit pretty hard by Hurricane Irma, but it's been restored to its former glory. The ground is covered in grass and there is plenty of equipment for pups to jump and train on. The park provides two separate sections for differently sized pooches, and you can find water and water bowls on-site. If Fido gets bored easily, you can always explore the rest of this 200-acre park with your pooch on-leash. Keeping this clean park poop-free is a responsibility of all the doggie pawrents! 
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,035/sq mi

    #3 City Center Lake Wales

    John C. "Doc" Haromy Dog Park is another pawssible location that you can take your pooch to. This park is pretty simple, and not a lot of people know about it, so if you have a shy, timid pup, this might be the pawfect place for you to visit. This park tends to get a bit muddy from the dirt, so bring a towel if it's been raining. Big and small pooches have their own fenced areas where they can tire themselves out, and for the dog owners, there are benches and plenty of shade! Drinking water is also available in the park. 
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 252/sq mi

    #4 Lake Crago

    One of the best doggie parks in the area can be found around 27 miles from Fort Meade. The park is called Crago Dog Park, and we're pawsitively sure that Fido will be thankful if you decide to visit! Other than having separate areas for large and small pups, the park offers water fountains for both doggos and their owners. Other furrific amenities of the park, besides the friendly faces and pleasant atmosphere, include plenty of toys for playing, a kiddie pool, clean-up stations, mowed grass, and plenty of shade! For the human visitors, there are bathrooms and benches for resting.
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,333/sq mi

    #5 Central Plant City

    Another option that you and your pup have is Plant City Dog Park. It's a little further away than the previous parks, but Fido will bark his praises if you visit! Two large areas are at your disposal according to the size of your four-legged fur-baby. In both areas, you will have access to water and water bowls. There are waste baggies available here in case you forget yours, and the park has plenty of shade and benches for the comfort of the visitors. The main drawback of this park is the parking lot; you have to park behind the park and then walk all around it to the entrance. 
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd