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Dog Areas in Lantana

Lantana is a city on the southeastern coast of Florida that attracts many visitors every year. This comes as no surprise; Lantana is very close to both Palm Springs and Boca Raton, two of the most pawpular destinations in the state. Visitors and locals alike enjoy the consistently beautiful weather, friendly community, variety of activities available, and multicultural cuisine that characterize the region. And Lantana also happens to be one of the most dog-friendly communities in Florida!

Proof that Lantana cares about its pups can be found in the number of veterinary clinics in the area: there are eight highly-rated veterinary clinics in Lantana and the surrounding neighborhoods, and even more in Palm Beach and Boca Raton! There are also many Fido-approved lodging options in Lantana, so if you’re looking for somewhere to stay, you can be sure you’ll find a place that suits the needs of both you and your dog. And you’ll want to stay in Lantana — the city has so much to offer dog owners, from dog-friendly restaurants to parks and more. The beauty of the city alone is enough to invite and inspire visitors who explore Lantana on foot.

However you plan to visit Lantana, you and your furry friend are sure to have a pawesome stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lantana

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    Population Density 4,642/sq mi

    #1 East Ocean Ave

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    Lantana’s east side is a beautiful suburban neighborhood that runs along the scenic coast of the Lake Worth Lagoon. If you take the time to walk the north-south stretch along the Lagoon, you’ll notice lots of activity as well as shops and restaurants — not to mention the cool Atlantic Breeze sweeping in from the east. And you’ll probably want to check out Good Vibes if you’re accompanied by a canine companion. Good Vibes is a restaurant with dog-friendly outdoor tables that serves coffee, smoothies, salads, wraps, and other healthy selections. It is located on East Ocean Avenue, right on the water!

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    Population Density 4,642/sq mi

    #2 Sea Pines

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    Sea Pines is a welcoming neighborhood in south Lantana bordered by Drew Street and Broadway. Its suburban streets are a great place for a walk with your dog, and you can take the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful Florida weather while you meander through the scenic slice of paradise. If you take a walk through Sea Pines, you’re sure to notice Maddock Park — it is a community park complete with basketball courts, a skate park, and an off-leash dog area! The dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and it is a must-visit location for anyone in the area with a four-legged friend.

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    Population Density 12,984/sq mi

    #3 South Palm Beach

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    If you take Ocean Avenue across Lake Worth Lagoon and past Hypoluxo Island, you will arrive at South Palm Beach. This is a beautiful neighborhood, and it is a wonderful place to visit if you have your dog with you! The surrounding scenery provides a good backdrop for a walk in the warm Florida air, and there are also some great restaurants to choose from that have dog-friendly outdoor seating. Thaikyo Asian Cuisine is one such restaurant; they serve inspiring Asian fusion that is sure to excite and delight! John G’s Restaurant serves as a more informal option, offering American classics in a casual setting.

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    Population Density 6,303/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Jewel

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    The downtown area of Lake Worth rests around Lucerne and Lake Avenues. Downtown Lake Worth is a must-visit neighborhood if you’re traveling with furry paws — especially if you’re in the mood for some great food! You’ll find all kinds of restaurants offering different types of food — and there are plenty of options that have dog-friendly outdoor seating. For something healthy and holistic, stop by Nature’s Way Café: they serve food made with natural ingredients and have a wide array of coffees and teas to choose from. For some delicious pub fare, try Brogues Down Under — the restaurant serves a combination of Irish, Australian, and American classics in a casual setting.

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    Population Density 4,509/sq mi

    #5 Savannah Lakes

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    The north side of Boynton Beach is an inviting location that is best explored with a dog at your side. Take a walk around the beautiful neighborhood that demonstrates why so many people travel to coastal Florida every year! Small ponds and tranquil lawns dot the landscape, and if you pass through, you’ll probably notice a number of restaurants and cafés with dog-friendly outdoor seating. Guarapo’s Cuban Cuisine is a flavorful option you don’t want to miss. For a relaxed dining experience, try Village Tavern — they serve American classics, offer an extensive wine list, and have comfortable outdoor seating with cushioned chairs and umbrellas.

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