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Dog Areas in Lake Mary

8 Parks
3 Trails
2 Groomers

Lake Mary is a pet-friendly city in Seminole County, Florida, just 20 miles north of Orlando. You and your dog will have a great time here, as there is so much to see and do. When you arrive, check out the local pet store, Louise’s Pet Connection to stock up on food, toys, doggie clothes and rainwear, or special treats for your four-legged pal.

A great outing to start with in Lake Mary is at the Trailhead Park in the center of town. There are park benches, restrooms and picnic areas here to enjoy. You will also find three miles of trails to walk with your leashed dog, known as the Rhinehart Trail, which is part of the greater Cross Seminole Trail system. This 23-mile well-maintained multi-use trail also meets with the Seminole Wekiva Trail at Interstate 4, so if it is hiking you love, you are not short on options in Lake Mary! 

Lake Mary has over 40 pet-friendly places to eat, showing just how mich residents love their pups! In the northern part of town, you have Shula’s 346 Grill, Liam Fitzpatrick’s Irish Restaurant and Pub, Istanbul Turkish Cuisine, TerraMia Brick Oven Pizza and Trattoria, Applebee’s and many more that allow pets at one of the outside tables. Also welcoming dogs outside is Tijuana Flats, TooJay’s Gourmet Deli, Jeramiah’s Italian Ice, Mikado Japanese Resturaunt, JAX 5th Ave Deli and Ale House and more in the central part of town.

With a vet clinic and two animal hospitals in town, you can be assured your dog is safe and well. You will both love your time here in Lake Mary!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lake Mary

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    Population Density 3,985/sq mi

    #1 Greenwood at Lake Mary

    Lake Mary has a little Bark Park in town, where you can let your pup run off-lead for a good stretch. The fenced-in park has some equipment, but bring your dog’s favourite ball to chase, water and a drinking bowl, and have some backup waste bags handy. If you are hungry after your visit to the park, there are a few pet-friendly places to eat around here that allow dogs at outside tables; Chipoltle Mexican Grill, Pappa Joe’s Pizza and The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co.  Your pup needs to stay on a leash at the restaurants, but can happily rest by your feet while you enjoy lunch.
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    Population Density 1,626/sq mi

    #2 Lake Mary

    Central Park is a lovely spot to start an on-lead walk through the town of Lake Mary. This green space has shady paths to walk, picnic tables and a gazebo, all with beautiful views of the central pond. There are lots of shops and restaurants surrounding the park to check out, including several pup-friendly eateries. In Central Park itself is Royals English Tea Room, where you can enjoy a hot cuppa and a light lunch or afternoon tea. Nearby is also 4th St Bar and Grill, Lonnies Fusion Cuisine and Flippers. All of these places allow dogs to sit by their owners at one of the outside tables.
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    Population Density 5,522/sq mi

    #3 Remington Oaks

    Greenwood Lakes Park in Lake Mary is a lovely 14 acre park with walking trails, two playgrounds, bathrooms and picnic areas. There is plenty of lush grass to stretch out on or enjoy a game of chase or catch with your pup. Bring your water and a doggie drinking bowl, as well as snacks for when it’s time to refuel. Greenwood Lakes Park is a trailhead to the Cross Seminole Trail in a section designated in the Florida Scenic Trail, taking you through some of the most beautiful areas the state has to offer. Dogs are welcome on the trail, but you need to keep Fido on the lead, and always clean up after him.
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    Population Density 1,554/sq mi

    #4 Big Tree Park

    Take your pup for a walk along the boardwalk at Big Tree Park in Longwood and admire the majestic trees and natural hydric hammock swamp. The boardwalk takes you to the former site of ‘The Senator’, a 3,500-year-old Bald Cypress tree that was unfortunately lost to fire in January 2012. On your walk, seek out ‘Lady Liberty’, a 2,000 year-old Bald Cyprus that still stands today. This park is a trailhead to the Cross Seminole Trail, where you can walk or jog with your on-lead pup. If you have kids in tow, they will love the fenced playground. You need to bring your own water here, as none is available on site.
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    Population Density 1,355/sq mi

    #5 Longwood

    In Longwood, west of Lake Mary, is the Markham Woods Trail where you can enjoy a good hike with your dog, but he will need to stay on a lead. The trails are well kept and signposted, and vary from around 0.2 miles to 2.5 miles in length on mostly easy terrain. There is ample parking and restrooms available, but bring your own water, food and clean up bags for pooch. The Markham Woods is also a trailhead for the Seminole Wekiva Trail which runs a total of 17.5 miles (plus offshoots) for those wanting to explore a little further.
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