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Dog Areas in Ingle

Ingle is a charming town in Florida with plenty to offer dog walkers looking for the pawfect place to unwind in the northeastern corner of the state. You will find plenty of rural areas to roam with your restless pup, whether you're just passing through the area or you're looking for a unique place to call home.

The real estate in Ingle is mostly open land, but you will find some single-family homes with cute fences that your dog will be excited to sniff on his walks throughout the neighborhood. Your furry family will also love Ingle's proximity to state parks and the metropolis of Jacksonville. 

Un-fur-tunately, Ingle doesn't have any dog-friendly amenities like dog parks and restaurants. But don't fret! You'll find plenty of dog-friendly fun nearby. Cary State Forest is a great place for a hike with your two and four-legged friends, so be sure to pack plenty of goodies and supplies for the trek!

The nearest animal hospital to Ingle is less than thirty minutes to the south of town, with plenty more options for veterinary care in Jacksonville. You'll need to keep your pup on a leash at all times while exploring, regardless of whether you are staying in quiet Ingle or branching out to the busy city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ingle

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 2,787/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Jacksonville

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    Just 22 miles from Ingle, you’ll find the sprawling muttropolis of downtown Jacksonville. You’ll find plenty of pup-friendly places in this wonderful neighborhood. Your first stop should be Confederate Point Dog Park, one of the only free dog parks in the area that doesn’t require a membership. You’ll find all the amenities you’d expect from a great dog park here: separate areas, drinking fountains, and waste disposal supplies. You’ll find a few dog-friendly restaurants in this neighborhood, too, including Tilted Kilt and The Candy Apple Cafe and Cocktails.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 657/sq mi

    #2 Baymeadows

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    In this quaint Jacksonville neighborhood, you’ll find a pawesome and aptly named dog park: the Dogwood Dog Park! This is part of the larger 42-acre community park, but dogs get a whopping 25 acres all to themselves for off-leash play! There’s agility equipment and walking paths available here, as well as shade trees to shield you from the merciless Florida sun. Your pal will go mutts for the dog pond! Be sure to bring some towels if you plan to let your pal make a splash. This park does require a membership, but you can request a trial membership if you just want to try it out. Bring some water and waste bags for the pawfect day out!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,379/sq mi

    #3 Wonderwood

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    This seaside Jacksonville neighborhood is home to the Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park & Beach, which is a great spot to soak up the sun with your pooch. When visiting, you will have to keep your canine companion on a leash that is less than 8 feet in length. There are miles of beach with nice soft sand to walk along and your pup to take dip in the ocean. There is also a freshwater lake that has a lot trails and paths to explore. The entry fee is $5 but it is more than worth it! Grab a leash, some water and waste bags to have a great beach day with your pooch!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,183/sq mi

    #4 Five Points

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    Jacksonville’s Five Points neighborhood is a doggie heaven! You’ll find plenty of things to do here, especially if you want to dine or play with your dog. First, take a foodie tour of Five Points. Dog-friendly restaurants in this district include Tijuana Flats, Al’s Pizza, Black Sheep, Hovan Gourmet, Larry’s Giant Subs, and Timoti’s Seafood Shack. You and Fido are sure to find something you like! Just be sure to bring a leash and your pal’s water bowl. Afterward, treat your pal at Bark Boutique, just steps away from the Fido-friendly eateries. You’ll find gourmet pet food and treats, accessories, toys, and so much more!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,969/sq mi

    #5 Cobblestone

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    Just outside this quiet, friendly neighborhood is a 4-acre, off-leash dog park where you and your pooch can enjoy a day of fun and relaxation. The Ed Austin Dog Park, located about 25 minutes from Ingle, Florida, is everything you could want in a dog park. This park is completely fenced in and has a double gate so your pup can’t get out. The park opens at 8 AM and closes around 5-6 PM. There is a huge shaded area with benches and a golf cart trail around the outer edge. They offer a large water faucet and a bowl for the dogs to drink out of. If you’re looking for a quiet dog park on the outskirts of the city, look no fur-ther than Ed Austin Dog Park!
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