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Dog Areas in High Springs

3 Parks
3 Eateries
4 Groomers
High Springs is a small bedroom community in Alachua County, Florida. The town offers a few great restaurants and parks that your dog is more then welcome to join you in when you are out and about. With five veterinarians in the city, your dog will have a great time exploring with you.

Hang out at Memorial Park with your pup and have a great day out together. This park offers a baseball field, basketball courts, tennis courts, and tons of grass that Fido can get a good game of fetch in on. There is a walking path around the park for a good walk together.

Grab a bite to eat at The Diner. This vintage themed restaurant offers a full breakfast, lunch, and hearty dinner options. Their menu includes Southern style pork chops and seafood platters, and the restaurant offers an outdoor patio that welcomes your four legged friend to dine alongside you.

If you both are looking for some fresh air and outside time, take advantage of the campgrounds in High Springs. Both the Oleno State Park Campgrounds and the High Springs Campgrounds welcomes you and Fido to stay a few nights and camp out under the stars together.

Your dog will love exploring and wandering around dog friendly High Springs with you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in High Springs

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 73/sq mi

    #1 Spring Hill / Santa Fe

    Grab Fido and hang out at the O'Leno State Park together for a fun afternoon out. The park includes some great amenities that you and your pup will love exploring, including a picnic area and a beach for those pups who live the sand! There are trails that run throughout, and the park is shaded by a ton of trees, so your dog can stay cool while you explore together. While visiting the park, your dog needs to stay on leash and make sure to bring clean-up bags with you since there aren't any on the trails.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 141/sq mi

    #2 High Springs City Center

    If you and Fido are exploring the town and get hungry, head into the Great Outdoor Restaurant where they serve award winning food with a menu that includes steaks, seafood, and salads. This restaurant tends to be popular, so you may want to consider a reservation before heading out to it. If you and your pup are craving something sweet, check out The Talented Cookie Company. They offers tons of different sweets including cookies, cupcakes, and whoopie pies. Your dog will be dying to get a bite of your sweet treat. Both of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios where Fido is welcome to join you.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 99/sq mi

    #3 Neals

    The Poe Springs Park is an amazing park to go check out with your furry pal by your side. The park features a covered picnic area, a creek to splash in, tons of trees to provide shade, and a playground. There is a great nature trail that you and your pup can use for a great walk, and a scenic boardwalk. With restrooms for you, and lots of green space to explore, your pup will have a great time! Make sure to clean-up after him and bring some water along.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 328/sq mi

    #4 Trepo

    Head out to the Ichetucknee Springs State Park for a great day out with your pup, only nine miles out of High Springs in Fort White. The park features a 6-mile river that you can snorkel in, a playground, canoe and kayak launch, and picnicking. There are a ton of trails that your pup is allowed to hike on with you, just make sure to keep her on a leash while you explore. The park also provides showers to rinse off at if you get a little dirty. It can be busy at times since it holds weddings and family reunions there.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,657/sq mi

    #5 Alachua Hilltops

    If you and Fido get hungry, head over to Alachua and grab a bite to eat. Mi Apa Latin Cafe specialized in Cuban food in a casual and convenient atmosphere. There menu has traditional Cuban dishes and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. El Toro dishes out authentic Mexican dishes and has a menu that includes vegetarian options. They serve lunch and dinner, and offer customized meals to cater your needs. Both of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios so your pup can join you for a meal, and they are only six miles out of High Springs in Alachua, making it a quick car ride.
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