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Dog Areas in Longboat Key

4 Parks
1 Shop
4 Eateries
Longboat Key is a barrier island in Florida that sits between the Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The island is known for their sandy white beaches and tasty restaurants you can dine at. There are no veterinarians in Longboat Key, but there is one located just down the road in Cortez.

Take your pup out to Bayfront Park for a fun day out with your four legged friend. The park offers tennis courts, basketball courts, a picnic area, playground, and multi-purpose fields. There is multi game ares, like shuffle board and pickle ball courts. Your pup will love getting a walking throughout the park which will offers a beautiful view on the Sarasota Bay.


If you and Fido get a bit hungry while hanging around Longboat Key, stop into Simply Susanne's Cafe for a bite to eat. They dishes out fresh and delicious breakfast or lunch options, with favorites like pancakes and smoothies, and they even offer frappuccinos. Their outdoor patio is dog friendly and perfect for Fido to sit on.

After hanging out in Longboat Key with you and seeing all the amazing amenities that the island has, you both will never want to leave this amazing island paradise.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Longboat Key

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,751/sq mi

    #1 Gulf of Mexico Drive/ Gulf Bay Road

    48
    Take your pup out to the Joan M. Durante Community Park for an amazing time out with your pup. The park features a playground, mangroves, benches, and bathrooms for owners. There are numerous walking paths and trails that you both can use for a good walk around the park, but make sure to keep your pup on a leash. There is a pier that overlooks the mangroves, offering you and Fido a great scenic view. Make sure to bring water along with you since the park doesn't offer a lot of shade, and don't forget your clean-up bags as well. Stop into Harry's Continental Kitchens for a tasty bite to eat with your pup. This upscale eatery offers a casual environment with pawsome entrees, like lobster risotto or grilled rib eye steak. Their dog friendly patio welcomes Fido to join you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,985/sq mi

    #2 Gulf of Mexico Drive/ Bay Isles Road

    36
    Take a trip over to Bicentennial Park with Fido for a great day of walking and exploring. The one-acre park offers benches and a nicely shaded garden for you and Fido to rest in. The park has a walking path throughout it where you can get a good, shaded walk in together. This green space is meant as a restful area, so there aren't too many amenities for people. There is a lot of natural wildlifa and butterflies that roam the park, so make sure to keep your pup on a leash while visiting. Don't forget your water and clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,784/sq mi

    #3 Harbourside Drive

    24
    The Tennis Gardens at the Longboat Key Club is a great little park to take your pup to an a fun time out. The park offers numerous tennis courts that welcome your pup inside to watch you play tennis, but watch out since he may steal your balls. There is a nice paved walking path around the park that you can use for a good walk together, or take advantage of the wide open grass space for a game of fetch. Make sure to bring water along with you to the park and don't forget your clean-up bags when you visit.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,785/sq mi

    #4 Gulf of Mexico Drive/ Bridge Street

    12
    If you and Fido get a bit famished while exploring, head into Bradenton Beach on Anna Maria Island for a bite to eat. The Blue Marlin Seafood Restaurant offers a simple menu that includes coastal favorites. They have a delicious and extensive wine list that pairs perfectly with your meal and even have live music events. Joe's Eats and Sweets dishes out ice cream and other treats your pup will be drooling over. They offer gluten-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free options for their customers. The Bridge Tender Inn and Dockside Bar is a dogtastic waterside restaurant and pub that dishes out seafood and steaks. They offer water for your pup , plus doggy hamburgers if Fido is hunger too! All of these great eateries offer a dog friendly patio that welcomes your pup to sit beside you during your meal. Located in Bradenton Beach and only eight miles out of Longboat Key, your pup will love dining here with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 938/sq mi

    #5 Central Park

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    Take Fido out to the Holmes Beach Dog Park at Central Park for some amazing off-leash time and socializing time. The park offers a separate area for large and small dogs, plus water fountains, benches, and shade to keep everyone cool. If your pup doesn't want to hang around the dog park, check out Central Park. The park has a few sports fields, including baseball and softball, plus some paved walking trails that you and your pup can use for a nice walk together. Located in Holmes Beach and only thirteen miles out of Longboat Key, your pup will love visiting this dog park with you.
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