In the city of Hialeah there are about 233,394 individuals who live, work, and play there, and almost 120,000 pets. In fact, if you know a few people in Hialeah, at least one of them will probably have a pet living with them. Pets make great companions for everyone, young or old, and can even be good for protection and medical services.
Hialeah, Florida knows that many people like to take their pets on vacation with them or bring them to the park. There are some great parks that you can bring your furry family members to in the city. Amelia Earhart Park is a huge park on East 65th Street that has a 5-acre section just for your pooch with separate sections for small and large dogs. The park itself is 515 acres of hiking, biking, skating, disc golf, soccer, with fishing and other water sports on their five lakes. Greynolds Park on West Dixie Highway is another great place to bring your pup. Not only does the park have a great dog park area, but it also has all kinds of fun things for the family to do. Biking, boating, canoes, golf, lakes, etc. And Trails and Tails Park on NW 50th Street has plenty of open running space, shade trees, separated areas for big and small dogs, and a fountain for drinking water.
Any of these parks would be a great way to spend the day with your pets in Hialeah, and there are plenty of other activities and attractions in the area as well. Just take a look around and see what you want to do.
This Hialeah neighborhood is a family-friendly locale and provides some fun activities for you and your dog to partake in! Amelia Earhart Park is 515 acres of open spaces, gorgeous lakes and walking trails, and the best part is you can bring Fido along! Dogs are allowed to enjoy the entire park on-leash. They have a Bark Park that is completely fenced in and offers a separate section for smaller and larger dogs, benches, exercise equipment, shade, and gardens. There are also picnic tables, human and doggie drinking fountains, poop bag dispensers, and trash cans, so make use of them when you go to keep the park clean and beautiful.
The Upper East Side community of Hialeah is located directly on the coast, providing gorgeous scenic ocean views. Legion Memorial Dog Park allows locals to bring their pups to run and play off-leash at this 7-acre, fenced in puppy area. Morningside Park is the pawfect spot to enjoy a fun outing with your on-leash pup. The park has several walking paths, including one that loops around the beautiful water feature located on the grounds of the park. Sushi Siam, Andiamo! Brick Oven Pizza, and Soyka are local restaurants that cater to the canines.
This quaint neighborhood in Hialeah offers plenty of dog-friendly activities, dining, and lodging. Directly behind the Miami Springs Senior High School is a puppy playground known as the Miami Springs Bark Park. They have a large area for all dogs to play around in, and a separate area strictly for small pups. They even have kiddie pools that pooches can cool off in and play with other dogs! La Fresa Francesa, Burritoville, and Bryson’s Pub accommodate dogs, and the Extended Stay America, Ramada Miami Springs, and La Qunita Inn & Suites are dog-friendly hotels in the area.
Thirty minutes east from Hialeah, Biscayne Point offers individuals and their dogs access to Bark Beach at the North Shore Open Space Park. The park is adjacent to an eight-block oceanfront natural area that is also pet-friendly for dogs on leashes. It comes with jogging trails, exercise stations, and picnic pavilions. There are also a few great restaurants nearby with pet-friendly outdoor seating including the Bavarian Schnitzel Haus, Roni’s by the Ocean and Burgers and Shakes at Collins and 74th Street. Privately-owned properties are in the area, which offer dog-friendly lodging and easy access to the beach.