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Dog Areas in Green Cove Springs

9 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
4 Groomers
Green Cove Springs is a beautiful city that sits on the edge of the St. Johns River, not too far from the beach. This great city offers a pawsome restaurant that you and your pup can dine at together, plus a plethora of amazing parks that you both can explore. With three veterinarians in the city, Fido will be covered while having a great time while the two of you are hanging out.

Have a fun day out together at Magnolia Park. This beautiful park has a pond, a few benches, and plenty of trees to help provide shade. If Fido likes to explore, then this is the park you should visit since there are tons of hidden areas, a pond, and a great walking path.

Grab a bite to eat at Larry's Giant Subs and enjoy one of their humongous sandwiches. They have a unique menu with some classic sandwich options, and some house specials that your pup will be drooling to get a bite of. Their outdoor patio welcomes your dog to join you while you both sit down and enjoy and tasty meal together.

Your pup is going to love hanging out with you in Green Cove Springs and exploring all the wonderful places you can explore together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Green Cove Springs

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,099/sq mi

    #1 Hibernia

    Grab Fido and go on an awesome hike on the Black Creek Trail. This trail is 8-miles long with a concrete and asphalt ground covering, and will take you through a scenic forest and wetlands as it travels along the St. Johns River. You will pass by the Moccasin Slough Park, a 255-acre wildlife preserve and nature park that is home to a lot of native Florida wildlife. The park offers picnic tables and benches if you and Fido want to take a break before continuing your hike. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you since there are none avaiable on the trail.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 34/sq mi

    #2 Orange Ave

    Take your pup out to Spring Park for a fun day along the St. Johns River. This lovely park offers a pavilion for shade, a public pool, a picnic area, dock to fish off of, and restrooms for owners. The park is so welcoming to your leashed dog that they even provide clean-up bags for you in case you forget yours. Your pup will love the open grass area that he can run in, or the great walking path that the both of you can use for a good walk. If Fido isn't a fan of Spring Park, head over to the Augusta Savage Friendship Park instead. This smaller park offers plenty of grass that your pup can run along and a good path around it where you both can get a good walk in.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,912/sq mi

    #3 Idlewild

    The Vera Francis Hall Park is a large area that is perfect to take your pup to for a fun day out exploring and walking. The park includes a playground, basketball courts, baseball field, gazebo, and covered picnic area. Their jogging path is perfect to get some exercise in for the both of you. The park does not offer a lot of shade, so make sure to bring water. The Carl Pugh Park is just down the road from the Vera Francis Hall Park, and offers baseball fields, grass for your pup to roll on, and a good walking path to use. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you to both these parks.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 280/sq mi

    #4 Russell

    The Ronnie Van Zant Park is a lovely spot to visit with your furry pal by your side. This 90-acre park is filled with amenities for you and your pup, like basketball courts, a covered picnic area, fishing piers, a playground, restrooms, and volleyball courts. Take advantage of the nature trails and get a good walk in with your pup, all while exploring this huge park together. If your pup would rather hang out in the sun, play a great game of fetch on their huge lawn space before heading on your next adventure. Don't forget your water and clean-up bags.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 52/sq mi

    #5 Leno/WalKill

    Take your pup out to the Bayard Wildlife Management Area for a great day out. This 9,702-acre area is filled with forests that are lined with rivers, fishing, horseback riding, and camping. Get a good walk and adventure in on the numerous trails that you can take throughout the forest, but make sure to keep Fido on a leash while exploring. If you both would rather relax at the wildlife area, then enjoy the picnic area with a good meal together. Make sure to keep a close eye on your pup since hunting is permitted in certain areas of the wildlife area.
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