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Hi! I've owned dogs my entire life (big and small), and I worked at a Doggie Day Care and Kennel for over a year. I love going on walks, hikes, and jogging around the neighborhood. Whatever your dog's ability and energy level, we will have a great walk experience!

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Dog Walking in Key Largo

An island in the Florida Keys, Key Largo is a popular destination thanks to all of its outdoor recreation activities. With everything from state parks and wildlife encounters, to fishing and kayaking trips, there is also an array of dog-friendly restaurants and three veterinary clinics.

Key Largo is home to so many pawsome dog walks, with both city parks and longer trails to choose from. Friendship Park is a small, but green park, with sports facilities, a playground and picnic areas, and makes for a relaxing dog walk. For a longer and more challenging excursion, the 106 mile Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail starts at Key Largo and stretches all the way down to Key West, the southernmost point of the continental USA.

With beautiful weather throughout the year, the majority of Key Largo's restaurants have outdoor seating, and a number of these patio areas are dog-friendly too. The Caribbean Club, which has been running since 1963, is iconic in the area, and is the pawfect place to enjoy Key Largo's legendary sunsets from, while the Pilot House Restaurant offers up classic local dishes alongside panoramic views of the harbor.

If you have a dog who loves the sun, sea and an exciting choice of walks, then do not expect that tail to stop wagging in Key Largo. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Key Largo

Key Largo Town Center

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Population Density
1,501 per sq. mi.

Key Largo Town Center

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There is so much for you and your pooch to do in Key Largo's Town Center, beginning with a ride on the Key Largo Princess Glass Bottom Boat. This dog-friendly boat trip goes out every day, giving you and Fido the opportunity to see the underwater reef systems that surround the island. You will need to keep your pooch on a lead for the trip, but fresh drinking water is provided for dogs. If your pup would like to stretch his legs after the boat ride, head on over to the Key Largo Community Park. The winding walking path here will take the two of you through the park, showing you its sports facilities, playground, picnic areas and more, making this the perfect spot for a leisurely walk. 

Rock Harbor/ Sunset Point

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Population Density
977 per sq. mi.

Rock Harbor/ Sunset Point

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Key Largo is known for its incredible array of water sports, and the Rock Harbor/ Sunset Point neighborhood is the best place for you and your dog to make the most of this together. Here you will find Tropic Water Sports, a company that offers rentals of dog-friendly clear kayaks and stand-up paddleboards, allowing you and your pooch to have fun on the water together. If you are feeling hungry after all of that excitement, there are several dog-friendly restaurants located in this neighborhood. Give the local coastal cuisine a try at the Mandalay Oceanfront Grill and Tiki, or the Key Lime Café, both of which have outdoor tables where Fido can dine with you. 

Bahia Mar Estates

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Population Density
955 per sq. mi.

Bahia Mar Estates

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Bahia Mar Estates is where you will find the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, which covers around 70 nautical square miles of the Atlantic Ocean. Of course, there are upland areas of the park for you and your pooch to explore together, and four pawtastic walking trails to help you to do this. The Mangrove Trail is just under a mile long, and is a boardwalk path that will take you into the heart of a mangrove channel, while the South Sound and Turtlegrass Creek is a 2.5 mile trail that offers up some pawsome views of the water. For a bite to eat afterwards, try The Fish House, which is dog-friendly, open every day and serves up fresh local seafood.  

North Key Largo

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23 per sq. mi.

North Key Largo

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North Key Largo is a neighborhood that really showcases Key Largo's natural beauty, with the Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park being a prime example of this. The best way to explore the park is by taking the self-guided nature trail, which meanders through the tropical hardwood hammock, as well as a butterfly garden. Since the park is home to 84 protected species of plants and animals, it is important that you keep your dog on a lead, and also bring doggie bags and water with you. To see even more of North Key Largo's natural diversity, the Port Bougainville Trail is at the south end of the neighborhood, stretching out for two and a half miles. This trail takes you through some of the region's finest wildflowers, but remember that a lead and doggie bags are essential.


Islamorada Village Center

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Less than a half hour drive from the center of Key Largo is the village of Islamorada, which offers up some fun and unique dog-friendly activities. Theater of the Sea is always popular, as this marine mammal park allows dogs to make the most of all their facilities along with their owners, whether this may be the animal shows, the lagoon-side beach or the guided tours. The Village Square at the Trading Post is also a must-visit, as their kayak eco-tours, art classes and restaurant trips are all open to well-behaved dogs. End your day at the History of Diving Museum, where you and your pooch can learn about the history that man has had with the sea.