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Dog Areas in Largo

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1 Trail
13 Groomers

Largo is the third largest city and the first municipality to adopt a council-manager government in the Pinellas County, Florida. According to some accounts, the city was named after what was once one of the largest lakes in the State.

Your furry baby will unquestionably have a good time in Walmingshaw Paw Playground. It is one of Largo’s off-leash dog playground. Your dog will have lots of fun zooming in this grassy, fenced playground together with his furry friends. The playground is broken in two distinct sections based on dog size. There are water fountains to quench your pups thirst, showers to clean them and doggy bags so... well you know why! The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail compromises just one of 1,600 rail-trails and is a member of the Rail-Trail Hall of Fame. The trail was formerly an unused railroad, but was transformed into a rail-trail through the efforts of Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. The trail leads to several attractions and establishments such as the scenic gulf views in Honeymoon Island, lovely Greek restaurants in Tarpon Springs and Anclote River Nature Park. They welcome dogs, so bring your furry baby for some walking, hiking or bicycling.

Take a walk down memory lane in Heritage Village. Visit this 21-acre historic village and museum with your furry baby for free! Travel around the facility and see a glimpse of the old Largo through their historical buildings, plant trail and museum gift shop. Your pup should be leashed and make sure always to clean up after, as you both enjoy a touch of the past. If you’re planning a for a visit with your pup, you can take a moment to enjoy their parks, cultural facilities, restaurants, and shops. Jot down Largo, Florida in your bucket list for awesome and pet-friendly destinations.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Largo

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    Population Density 3,648/sq mi
    Largo’s Walsingham Heights is home to Walsingham Paw Playground, an off-leash dog park where your pup is sure to have a dog-gone good time! This dog park features separate areas for large dogs and small dogs, and each section has equipment for dogs to play on. On top of that, the park has dog-level water fountains so that your four-legged friend can stay hydrated and rinsing stations in case he gets a bit dirty. If you’re a history buff, head over to Heritage Village to look at historic houses; if nature is more your thing, check out Pinellas Trail in Florida Botanical Gardens. Just make sure to bring a leash!
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    Population Density 4,314/sq mi

    #2 Ridgecrest

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    If your dog enjoys his daily walk, the Ridgecrest neighborhood of Largo is the place to be! In the northern section of Ridgecrest is John S. Taylor Park, a 156.5 acre park where your leashed pet is always welcome with you. Locals hail the beautiful views, including a large lake filled with local wildlife. If you’d prefer something a bit more in-tune with nature, Ridgecrest also has an access point to the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail, which spans two counties and nearly 50 miles. Grab your dog’s leash and get going; it’s impawsible to have a bad time while exploring with Fido!
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    Population Density 3,863/sq mi

    #3 Del Prado

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    Del Prado, located in western Largo, is a great option for you and your pet if you feel like chowing down on some delicious food. Head over to Pizza Shack and grab a couple – or more – delicious slices of pizza. Your dog can join you on the outdoor patio. After pizza, make sure you check out Ready Set Yo, a local frozen-yogurt shop. A leash is required at both places. While you’re in Del Prado, you can treat your pet to a day at Unleashed Pet Spa, so that he can feel his best. Whatever you do, you’re sure to have fun!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,662/sq mi

    #4 Rosetree Place

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    Rosetree Place in Seminole, Florida is located about fifteen minutes south of Largo, but it’s definitely worth the drive – or, if you’re feeling up to it, the walk down Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail. Rosetree Place is home to Boca Ciega Millennium Dog Park, a 1.5-acre park where your dog can get some exercise off of his leash. There are also many shady areas and benches for you to take a break on. If your dog gets too hot or a bit dirty, that’s just fine; the park has cool-down misting stations so that your dog can be ready to play again in no time.
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    Population Density 3,404/sq mi

    #5 Wyatt Street

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    Located about a 10 minute drive north of Largo is Clearwater, FL, where you’ll find several dog-friendly restaurants. If you’re craving the classics, such as an omelette or a burger, Cozy Corner is the place to eat, and your dog is welcome to join you on the patio. If you’re in the mood for classic Italian cuisine, including alfredo and lasagna, check out Alfano’s Restaurant, where your pet can sit on the patio with you. Outdoor seating is limited, though, so call ahead to confirm that there’s a seat for you and Fido. Leashes are required at both restaurants.
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