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Dog Areas in Lithia

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Located in Hillsborough County, Lithia is a far eastern suburb of Tampa. This area includes a state park, some walking paths, and a few nature reserves. There are four veterinary clinics in the greater Lithia area that you can check out when your pup needs professional services.

Take your pooch camping at Lithia Springs Park. This 160-acre facility, known for its natural spring, includes hiking trails and a first-come, first-serve campsite. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are permitted to join you in designated areas of the park. Make sure you pick up any waste.

If you want to play some ball or frisbee with your dog, head just west of Lithia to Boyette Springs Park. This facility, located on Deepbrook Drive, has some open field where Spot can get a little exercise as long as he's under your control at all times. Bring waste bags with you. 

There's a nice little park just north of Fish Hawk on Stearns Park Road. Head to Stearns Park to enjoy a walk or jog around the fields and past the woods. You can bring dogs here if they're on a leash and you clean up after them.

Lithia is a wonderful area with a range of dog-friendly activities that you can check out with your fur baby.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lithia

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    Population Density 835/sq mi

    #1 Fish Hawk Trails

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    Fish Hawk Trails is a residential neighborhood with single-family homes on wooded lots. There are sidewalks here where you and your special pal can take a daily walk. When you want to get out and enjoy nature with your four-footed friend, head about five miles east to Alderman's Ford on Canoe Launch Road. This conservation area features a 1.9 mile paved trail. Walk along the prongs of the Alafia and through the woods. Dogs are permitted to accompany you in designated areas of the facility as long as you keep them on a leash and under control. Bring water and waste bags with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,890/sq mi

    #2 Fish Hawk Ranch

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    The gated community of Fish Hawk Ranch has private residences, wooded areas, and ponds. There are nature trails winding throughout the area that offer a peaceful place to go for a stroll with Spot. When you're looking for a way to treat your pal to some off-leash time, take advantage of the Born to Run Dog Park. This facility is one of the amenities offered by the Starling Club.  There are benches and a picnic pavilion in the fenced enclosure where you can relax while your canine pal plays with other pooches. Bring waste bags to clean up any messes.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 247/sq mi

    #3 Dorman Ranch

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    Dorman Ranch is a small rural neighborhood with sprawling private residences. There are quiet country roads that you can use to take a walk or jog with your furry friend here. For a hike through nature with your pup, head to the Chito Branch Reserve. This 5,515 acre preserve has about six miles of multiuse trails. Follow the designated hiking trails through wetlands, scrub, marshes, and more as you explore the undeveloped sanctuary. Dogs can join you here if they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you for your outing.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,781/sq mi

    #4 Boyette Meadows

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    The Boyette Meadows development includes wooded areas, private residences, and a lake. You'll be able to take your pooch for a stroll around the block in this neighborhood. If you want to stretch your legs in some open space, head to the Fish Hawk Nature Preserve. There's a parking lot off Boyette Road located just east of Balm Road. You and Fido can hike along the six miles of nature trails in the Fish Hawk Creek corridor. Watch for osprey and other wildlife on your hike. Remember to keep your pup on a leash and to pick up any droppings. Bring water with you when you visit.
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    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #5 Alafia River State Park

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    Located in the Greater Lithia area, the Alafia River State Park is an outdoor paradise. This reclaimed natural area was once used as a phosphate mine. You and fido will find a variety of activities to enjoy together here. There are over 20 miles of hiking or multi-use trails in the 7,174 acre property. If you want to spend the night, the park has hook-ups as well as family and primitive campsites. You can bring dogs with you to enjoy the many amenities of this natural facility as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Remember to clean up any waste.
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