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Dog Areas in Lake City, FL

6 Parks
1 Trail
7 Eateries
8 Groomers
Lake City is a small city in Columbia County, Florida. Filled with beautiful parks to explore, hiking trails to run, and some delicious restaurants to eat at, your pup will have a great time with you in this pawsome town. There are seven veterinarians in Lake City, making it the perfect town to hang out in.

Take your pup out to Youngs Park for a fun day. This park is filled with a playground, restrooms, basketball courts, a covered picnic area, and plenty of trees to help provide shade for you and your dog.

Moe's Southwest Grill offers southwest and Mexican favorites in a casual and fun atmosphere. Their menu includes quesadillas, tacos, and nachos that your dog will be dying to get a taste of. Their outdoor patio is dog friendly and welcomes your pup to join you for a good meal.

If you both need a place to stay the night, check into the Baymont Inn and Suites Lake City, Quality Inn Lake City, or the Rodeway Inn Lake City. All these places are dog friendly, and welcome your pup to stay the night with you.

With all of the great activities and restaurants that you and Fido can do together, your pup will have a great time in Lake City.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lake City, FL

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 511/sq mi

    #1 SE Evergreen/ SW Paloma

    If you're looking for a great park to hang out at with your four legged friend, check out the Alligator Lake Park. The park sits on Alligator Lake, perfect for water loving dogs. Amenities here include restrooms, play structures, restrooms, and a covered picnic area that you and Fido can use for a picnic. If your pup loves running in the grass, there is lots here for romping and playing. Take advantage of the walking path along the lake and get a good walk in while you're visiting.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 19/sq mi

    #2 Greenfield

    Grab Fido and go on an amazing hike on the Turley Run Trail. This 3.2-mile trail is perfect for owners and their dogs who are new to the hiking game. With a 370-foot elevation, and a loop route style, you and your dog will love hiking along this path together. The hike will take you along a river where your pup can splash around, plus there is a nice wooded area the two of you can explore. The trail is popular among hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikes, so keep an eye on your pup while you explore together.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 652/sq mi

    #3 North Lake City

    If you and your pup get a little hungry while roaming around nearby Lake City, stop into the North Lake City neighborhood for some pawsome dining choices. Buffalo Wild Wings offers classic wings that you can chow down on, plus burgers and salads. With an array of different sauce choices, you and Fido may be here for a while. If pizza is on the brain, check out 1000 degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria. They serve authentic artisan pizza in a casual environment. The Marion Street Bistro and Brew House is a gastropub with a huge menu that includes seafood and gluten-free options. All of these great restaurants have dog friendly patios and welcome your pup to join you for your meal.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 932/sq mi

    #4 LC Country Club

    Take your pup out to the Youngs Park NW Madison Street for a fun day of exploring and exercising. This park is in a wooded area, giving your dog ample amounts of exploring that he can do while visiting. There is plenty of shade from trees to help keep you both cool, and a nice walking trail the two of you can use for a walk. If your dog likes grass, this park is filled with it for a good game of fetch before heading home. This park doesn't offer many amneities, but your pup will still have a great time exploring it.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,247/sq mi

    #5 Olustee

    Take Fido out to explore the Osceola National Forest with you. The forest is filled with great activities that you and your pup can do together, including picnicking, nature viewing, and fishing. The forest is filled with numerous hiking trails for a good walk, but keep your pup on a leash since there is hunting in parts of the forest. Make sure to pay attention to signage as there are certain areas your dog can't go into, like the beaches. Located in Sanderson, and only two miles out of Lake City, your dog will have a great time exploring the forest with you.
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