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Dog Areas in Greenacres

6 Parks
3 Shops
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Greenacres is a thriving Florida community. Between 2000 and 2010, Greenacres grew by almost a third. It’s impossible to say how much its canine citizenship grew, but judging by the demand for vets, it’s been a lot! Greenacres has five veterinary hospitals within the borders, illustrating a clearly high attention to the resident and visiting pups of the area!

The Greenacres Community Park is a must-see destination in Greenacres. It’s a thriving community hub, and a fantastic place to walk your dog. Enjoy local cuisine served from food trucks, and enjoy community events as you walk. Your leashed dog is welcome to accompany you anywhere in the park as long as it’s outside. He’s not allowed in the community center… or a food truck!

The Pinehurst Mountain Bike Trail is a challenging walk with your dog. It’s designed for beginner to intermediate riders, so walking it can be tough. Keep your dog on a close leash for safety; while walking on the path is allowed, most people use it for mountain biking, so be cautious when going around blind curves.

Wherever you decide to go, Greenacres is a gorgeous place to visit with your pup. Follow your nose (or your dog’s!) to all the great things Greenacres, Florida has to offer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Greenacres

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    Population Density 5,504/sq mi

    #1 Biscayne - 55th


    Bowman Park is a great park for walking your dog. There’s a playground great for kids, and a picnic area for meals and a rest. Take to the paths that separate the various areas of the park for a short walk, or walk the perimeter for a much longer one! This park is great for variable length walks, so you always leave on time. Bowman Park also features amenities like a restroom facility and ample drinking fountains, though you’ll want to bring a doggie bowl for your buddy. Dogs will love how popular the park is. There’s always plenty to see and do in this busy neighborhood!

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    Population Density 5,504/sq mi

    #2 Villages of Woodlake


    If you’re looking for a quieter park atmosphere in the residential neighborhood of Villages of Woodlake, Rambo Park is just the place. It’s smaller than some other parks, but it caters more to children. There’s a large playground, but your dog can enjoy the simple walking paths and green space. Snake around the picnic tables and walk under the trees to beat the heat and get away from the fast paced town Greenacres is becoming. Shy dogs will prefer this park! Dogs must be leashed in Rambo Park. Bring your own water bowl to let your dog make use of the fountains.

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    Population Density 5,504/sq mi

    #3 Seven Springs

    Burrowing Owl Park is an adorable park with an adorable name. The park itself is fairly small; it does double as a small environment for burrowing owls! You probably won’t see any, but you definitely won’t if you let your dog off leash. It’s important to follow the rules here so these endangered owls can rest easy! Without including chasing owls, there’s still plenty for your leashed pup to do. A brisk walk around the park won’t be that far, and a couple of laps could take the edge off an excitable puppy’s energy levels. Head to Burrowing Owl Park for a quick walk before work, and drastically cut down on puppy chewing and boredom problems!
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    Population Density 2,173/sq mi

    #4 Riverbridge


    The Riverbridge neighborhood of Greenacres is home to the Greenacres Freedom Park. Located in a less densely populated neighborhood gives this park a chance to spread out. While the park does have sports fields and a playground, much of the area is given over to sweeping lawns and trees for shade. That’s a great place to explore with your dog. Let your leashed dog lead the way from tree to tree, or enjoy a roll in the soft, green grass. Read a book or have a picnic and just enjoy this space with your pup! Bring water and a bowl for your thirsty friend.

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    Population Density 2,774/sq mi

    #5 The Pines


    The Veterans Memorial Park caters to all kinds of exercise. There is a playground for children, and also tennis courts, basketball courts, football fields, and soccer fields. This park is often packed with sports teams and their entourages, and parents watching their child’s games. Shy dogs may not have a great time, but busy bodies will be all wagging tails. There’s so much to see, smell, and explore at Veterans Memorial Park! If you just want to keep moving, follow the paved paths through the park to get your blood flowing and work off some energy. Dogs have to be on leash in Veterans Memorial Park.

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