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Dog Areas in Holder

An unincorporated community in Citrus County, Florida, Holder is a small town with all the charm you’d expect in the scenic panhandle of the United States. With sunny skies and a refreshing breeze a daily given in this beautiful state, it’s easy to see why people would flood the location, both as permanent residents and tourists. 

Whether you’re there to stay long term, or just on a short trip, it’s not humans alone who enjoy the weather and scenery of this area! Holder is a must-see location for our canine companions as well, with less of the hustle and bustle of the crowded cities of Florida and all of the charm. While Holder itself is relatively unknown, there are a number of popular locations in the immediate area for you to take your diva doggy. 

For your superstar, the perfect place to stop in is Beverly Hills Park, in Beverly Hills, Florida. While without the glitz and glamour of Beverly Hills, California, this park has all your pup could ever want for a good time. An approved dog walking park, you and your leashed lovely are welcome on any of the trails. Just be sure to keep it tidy!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Holder

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    Population Density None/sq mi

    #1 Iverness

    Iverness, a hop and a skip away, is a must-see location while you’re in the Holder area. In this neighborhood, you’ll find Bark Central Dog Park, a 15-acre, off-leash park for your precious pup to go dog wild while exploring. Separated into two sections for large and small dogs, each section features a filtered swimming pool for your pup to get his paws wet, as well as rolling hills and plenty of trees for shade. Don’t sweat bringing the doggy waste bags -- there are plenty provided throughout the park, as well as scoopers, should you need one.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,138/sq mi

    #2 Crystal River

    A definite stop on your doggy to-do list is Crystal River, home of the Florida Manatee Adventure tours. With private tours on the river, as well as customized tours and dolphin tours in addition to the manatee tours, you and your dog are sure to learn lots from your well-versed captain. Well-behaved dogs are welcome, but the location does ask that you call ahead of time to ensure that there is room for you on your chosen tour. With all sorts of yummy snacks available, you and your pup pal will have all the amenities you could dream of.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 482/sq mi

    #3 South Homosassa Springs

    In South Homosassa Springs, you’d be doggone crazy to miss out on Howard’s Flea Market, a perfectly sized location for you to bring your pup and shop around. With all sorts of shopping experiences to have, you’re sure to find something great both for you and your regal Rover. While you’re there, be sure to grab some of the food available from the vendors. With options like homemade fudge and other such items, you really can’t miss out. While Fido can’t munch on your sugary treats, he’ll be sure to enjoy the day at his owner’s side all the same.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 269/sq mi

    #4 SW 81st Place Road

    Next stop, scoot your pooch towards Dunnellon, Florida, right on over to southwest 81st Place Road. Here, you will find perhaps one of the most beautiful locations with primarily man-made features. Rainbow Springs State Park features three such waterfalls, and plenty of shade for you and your pup to enjoy while walking the paths of the park. Perfect on a warm day, Rainbow Springs has scenery that simply can’t be beat. Bring you and your pup plenty of fresh drinking water, as well as some doggy waste bags to pick up after puppy. You’ll want to keep it clean!
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    Population Density 482/sq mi

    #5 Central Homosassa

    Last but not least by any means, mosey on over to Central Homosassa and enter Citrus County Dog Park. An off-leash dog park where your dog can go wild, it’s perfect for the pup that’s well-socialized. Your dog will need to be able to follow verbal commands, and you’ll need to bring doggy waste bags to clean up after your pup. Although treats and edible toys are not allowed, you’re free to bring puppy’s playthings. Toss around a frisbee, or bring a tuggy rope to challenge your dog with -- you’ll have a ball! A tennis ball, that is.
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