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Dog Areas in Live Oak, FL

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17 Eateries
2 Groomers

Live Oak is a modern community located 26 miles west of Lake City in Florida. The ancient oaks and the flow of the Suwanee and Santa Fe rivers make this community as scenic as it is quaint. Live Oak is a bustling little place with busy streets, welcoming hotels, and an easy-going atmosphere! The city also takes good care of its canine residents and visitors with three vet hospitals. You can find two of them in the northern part of the town, and another one to the south.

Heritage Park and Gardens is a must-see spot to sniff out with your pup! This is a simple area with sports fields and a vast open space to gather with family or explore with a puppy on-leash. Conveniently enough, the park is located just steps away from the city center. You don’t have to travel far!

Love dining out with Fido? The 406 on Duval St NE will love the company of your fur-baby! This is a traditional American restaurant with a bit of everything on its menu, including seafood and veggie options. The joint is open Tuesday through Saturday and has a lovely patio -- great for sipping a cocktail with Fido at your side!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Live Oak, FL

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 157/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Live Oak


    Suwannee River State Park is a fantastic recreation area with woodland trails just west of Falmouth in Florida. You are welcome to embark on many adventures here: hike with Fido on one of the five trails, which offer about 18 miles of walking adventure in total! You can choose to start with an easy one – ruffly half a mile – or challenge your sporty mutt on the Big Oak Trail! Camping and picnicking are also available for those who want to stay a little longer. Pre-fur to play in the water? Try kayaking or boating down the beautiful Suwanee River! Don't forget life jackets!

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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 9/sq mi

    #2 White Springs

    Named after the prominent American composer Stephen Foster, Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center is a vast recreation area in the eastern part of White Springs. It’s a cultural place with lots of outdoor opportunities on the banks of Suwannee River, offering fun for the whole family, including four-legged members! The pet-friendly area offers miles of walking trails you can hit on-leash as well as camping spots. Canoeing is also an option, as well as picnicking. The campground is fully equipped with facilities and cabins. If you are visiting in May, get ready for the annual Memorial Day weekend event, complete with live music and treats for everyone!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,721/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Perry

    Downtown Perry is an attractive neighborhood in a small city with a charming historical vibe. Located on the intersection of W Hampton Springs Ave and S Jefferson St, the area features a decent amount of local stores! Most of the facilities serve the densely populated area. There’s a parks department and a health and fitness center nearby. But what will make your puppy wag their tail is Angel’s Dog Park on S Center St! This is a free fenced park for pooches of all sizes to play and have fun together. The area has plenty of grass and seating, but you'll need to bring your own drinking water.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,059/sq mi

    #4 Appletree


    Mostly residential and close to a few stores, Appletree is a quiet neighborhood in Gainesville, FL. Your trip from Live Oak will take a little over an hour, but the drive is well worth it! You will find Possum Creek Park at the very north end of the neighborhood, near fast food restaurants. This is a family- and pet-friendly attraction with multiple playgrounds, walking trails for on-leash walks, and a dog park. Your hound will rave about Possum Creek Dog Park, a fenced off-leash area for chases and fun! It’s pawfect for active pooches who are not afraid of getting their paws dirty. Make sure you have enough drinking water with you.

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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 616/sq mi

    #5 Slade


    Slade/Starr is a rural neighborhood in the heart of Live Oak, Florida, just a skip and a hop from downtown. This area is mostly occupied by mobile and medium-sized single-family homes. You will love the hospitality on offer along the central streets, complete with local cafes and fast-food chain restaurants, many of which are pet-friendly. Don't like fast food? No problem! Check out the cozy Downtown Café on W Howard St, a quaint joint with sandwiches and free wi-fi. For local subs, head to Live Oak Sub Shop, a friendly deli where you and Fido can grab a quick bite.

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