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Dog Areas in Holly Hill

Holly Hill is a scenic and friendly city that lies only a few miles from Daytona Beach on the east coast of Florida. Its close proximity to such a popular tourist destination along with its good-natured community have caused its population to increase, and it has also become a popular stop for those traveling through Florida. It is no surprise, then, that Holly Hill also happens to be a great destination for dog owners!

Holly Hill and neighboring Daytona Beach have seven veterinary clinics, all of which provide the highest quality of service for pet owners — whether you’re a local or just passing through, you can rest assured that your canine companion is properly cared for. There are also well over twenty Fido-approved lodging options in the area encompassing Holly Hill and Daytona Beach, so if you need a place to stay while you visit, you can definitely find accommodations that suit your needs. You’ll notice how much there is to explore in the city as soon as you arrive: off-leash dog parks, scenic walks, delicious food, new friends, and more await those who venture through the city.

Holly Hill is one of the best places for dog owners in Florida, and if you decide to visit you are sure to have a delightful experience!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Holly Hill

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    Population Density 2,990/sq mi

    #1 Riviera Oaks


    Riviera Oaks is a charming neighborhood in the northwestern area of Holly Hill, and if you’re looking for something to do with your furry friend, look no further! There is a fantastic dog park in Riviera Oaks called, appropriately, Riviera Oaks Dog Park. It is a favorite of the local community and visitors alike, and that's no surprise: this off-leash, fenced dog park is set in a beautiful part of town, and it offers fresh drinking water and separate areas for large and small dogs. The park is well-shaded and there is even a pond outside the dog park that provides a great setting for a relaxing stroll.

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    Population Density 2,990/sq mi

    #2 Hopkins Fitch Grant


    If you travel to the east side of Holly Hill, you definitely won’t be at a loss for things to do with your pup! This part of the neighborhood runs along the scenic Halifax River, creating a perfect setting for an on-foot adventure through the neighborhood in the beautiful weather Florida is known for. If you’re exploring the east side, you’ll probably encounter Holly Land Park, a community park that makes for a great stroll with a four-legged friend. Also, be sure to stop by Oliv Epicurean Grill — it is a restaurant with dog-friendly outdoor seating that servers appetizing Mediterranean food.

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    Population Density 977/sq mi

    Just to the south of Holly Hill is one of Florida’s most well-known areas, Daytona Beach. Its Hodgmans Daytona neighborhood encompasses the area around Ridgewood Avenue and Speedway Boulevard, and as you might expect from such a popular location, there is a great deal to do here with your dog! There are a number of fantastic restaurants with dog-friendly outdoor seating concentrated in this area, so be sure to bring your appetite if you’re traveling through. Sweet Marlay’s is one option; the restaurant specializes in tapas, craft beer, and fine wine. For some delicious Asian cuisine head to Ivory Thai Kitchen, and for savory Italian classics, try Zappi’s Italian Garden.

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    Population Density 977/sq mi

    East Daytona Beach is a short trip from Holly Hill — under ten minutes by car — and it is definitely a place you’ll want to visit if you’re traveling with a canine companion! You can walk along the Halifax River to the west or the ocean to the east, either way you’ll enjoy the warm air and cool Atlantic breeze as you explore the neighborhood. There are also lots of great restaurants in East Daytona that have dog-friendly outdoor seating. Sloppy Joe’s at Ocean Walk Shoppes is a great option for some filling American classics. Leashed canine customers are welcome at the outdoor seating area.

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    Population Density 1,233/sq mi

    #5 Lincoln Park

    Lincoln Park is a welcoming neighborhood that rests less than five miles west of Holly Hill. It is a great place to get away from the urban bustle of the city center, and it features lots of open spaces with ponds and grassland that create a breathtaking backdrop for a tour on foot. Lincoln Park is also home to the Halifax Humane Society, which operates an off-leash dog park that you won’t want to miss if you’re nearby! The park has separate areas for large and small dogs as well as an agility course, benches, a walking trail, and water stations.
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