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Dog Areas in Longwood, FL

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In the small suburban city of Longwood, Florida, people sure love their dogs. Longwood has a total population of 13,657 citizens (2010 estimate), and there is a large amount of dog related services, amenities, and communities in town. For instance, Longwood is home to two exclusive dog shelters.

Preferably, dogs end up in the care of loving families instead of shelters. Longwood is an excellent place to own a dog as there are a lot of things to do in town. The city has its own off-leash dog park, the Longwood Arbor Dog Park. Small dogs and large dogs are kept separate to provide a safe environment. The park offers fresh water fountains, benches, ample parking spots and plenty of trees that provide much-needed shade.

And then there is Wekiva Island, a staple for Longwood locals. Wekiva Island is the starting point for those who want to partake in some canoe or kayak action. But don't worry, if the water isn't your spot, it is also possible to relax and listen to the music as there are regularly festivals hosted on the island. The best part, however, is that dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash.

Dining out with your furry friend is also a possibility in Longwood. There are several restaurants that allow dogs on the patio, including Connelley's Irish Pub (Irish cuisine), Mykonos (Greek cuisine), Hurricane Grill & Wings (Pacific cuisine) and Cafe Paisano (Italian cuisine).

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Longwood, FL

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    Population Density 2,147/sq mi

    #1 Longdale

    If you’re looking for somewhere fun to take your dog, look no further than Longwood Arbor Dog Park! This off-leash park is split into two areas: one for large dogs and one for small dogs. Your pup is sure to have a ball running around and meeting some pawesome new friends! Longwood Arbor Dog Park has plenty of benches for owners to take a break on, and there are also water fountains for both you and your pup. Once you’re done at the dog park, consider exploring the full park, but keep in mind that a leash is required for the main section of the park.
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    Population Density 2,147/sq mi

    #2 Downtown

    If you’re looking to grab some grub with your four-legged bud, Downtown Longwood is the place to be. If you’re in the mood for a few pints and some classic pub food, head over to Connolly’s Irish Pub, where your dog can join you on the patio out back. If you’re in search of a more family-friendly option, consider trying Café Paisano, which offers everything from pizza to wings to submarine sandwiches! Any outdoor seating at Café Paisano is dog-friendly. A leash is required at both restaurants, and it’s advised to call ahead to see if outdoor seating is available.
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    Population Density 3,327/sq mi

    #3 Eastern Casselberry

    Located ten minutes south of Longwood is Eastern Casselberry, which has another dog park for your pooch to explore! Pawmosa Dog Park is a one-acre dog park which boasts plenty of shade and space for your dog to run around. The park has a separate area for small dogs, but it isn’t required for small dogs to use that section. Pawmosa also has water fountains for both you and your pet. As a bonus, if Fido finds himself in trouble, the park also has “doggy time-out” areas so that your pet can take a breather until he’s ready to go play with his new friends again!
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    Population Density 2,211/sq mi

    #4 Central Winter Springs

    A 10 minute drive east of Longwood is Winter Springs, home of the Winter Springs Dog Park. Otherwise known as Hound Ground Dog Park, this fenced, off-leash dog park has separate areas for small and large dogs, water fountains, and plenty of shade so that you and your dog don’t get overheated. Hound Ground also has a separate area for those training their dogs. If you’re looking for somewhere to spend some quality time with your pet, you’ve found it! The park is closed on Wednesdays for routine maintenance, so keep that in mind.
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    Population Density 1,740/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Lake Mary

    Fifteen minutes north of Longwood is Lake Mary, and downtown Lake Mary is the place to be if you’re looking for somewhere to eat with your pet in tow. If you’re feeling adventurous, try Lonnie’s Fusion Cuisine, which prides itself on serving a wide array of international dishes alongside half-pound Angus burgers. Your dog can join you on the outdoor, covered patio. If you want something lighter, head over to Royals English Tea Room for tea and sandwiches. Your dog is always welcome to join you when the patio is open during nice weather. A leash is required at both restaurants.
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