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Dog Areas in Lynn Haven

A little more than 20,000 people call the city of Lynn Haven in Bay County, Florida their home. Lynn Haven is filled with active community members who contribute to local events and activities. There's always something going on in Lynn Haven, from farmers markets to concerts and other events. There are seven city parks in Lynn Haven, and while they may not be off-leash parks, many of these parks welcome dogs in most areas as long as they're on a leash. You and your pooch can visit Cain-Griffin Park near the Magnolia Meadows area in central Lynn Haven. This 6.8-acre walking path has a lighted walking path as well as sports fields and playgrounds. 

There are also some dog-friendly dining and drinking options in Lynn Haven, including Blue Moon Bar and Grill in northern Lynn Haven. When you're craving a refreshing drink, Blue Moon Bar and Grill is the place to go. They don't serve food on their patio, but they do serve drinks, and your dog can stay alongside you while you enjoy a beverage and take in the live music at this lively spot. If it's an off-leash dog park you're looking for, there are plenty of those just a short drive away from Lynn Haven!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lynn Haven

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    Population Density 849/sq mi

    #1 Gulf Highlands

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    Central Panama City Beach is about 15 miles west of Lynn Haven, and this area is home to Frank Brown Park and Dog Park. Frank Brown Park is a 200-acre recreational facility that also includes ball fields, sports courts, playgrounds, and much more. Your dog can join you on-leash in most areas of Frank Brown Park, but the dog park is a special treat for dogs who like to run leash-free. This dog park has a "Lazy Dawg Zone" for older, slower, or smaller dogs, as well as a "Party Dawg Zone" for bigger and more energetic dogs. The park has fresh drinking water for dogs, waste disposal supplies, seating, and plastic swimming pools, too!
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    Population Density 64/sq mi

    #2 North Panama City Beach

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    There's another pawesome dog-friendly option in Panama City Beach, and it's about a half-hour drive from Lynn Haven in the northern area of town. Conservation Park is a 2,900-acre area with more than 24 miles of trails for you to trek with your dog on a leash. There are 12 trails to choose from, and they range in length from 0.6 to 11 miles. Along your walk, you and your dog will get to take in scenic sights and likely spot a variety of wildlife and plant species. There are benches situated along the trails, and doggy bags are provided, too, but be sure to bring your own drinking water.
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    Population Density 2,817/sq mi

    #3 Bayside

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    You and Fido can drive to the Al Helms Dog Park in southwestern Panama City in less than 15 minutes. This sizeable off-leash park includes an area for dogs who weigh more than 30 pounds, as well as an area for smaller dogs. Both sections have separate, double-gated entryways. There are water fountains for dogs to grab a drink, as well as waste disposal supplies, lots of green grass, trees, and seating for your convenience. Some visitors note that there isn't an abundance of shade at this dog park, so if you're visiting on a hot day, keep that in mind.
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    Population Density 44/sq mi

    #4 Mill Bayou

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    Panama City is home to nearly 40,000 people, and the city maintains three off-leash dog parks for residents and visitors. The second of the Panama City off-leash parks is the Zollie Young Dog Park, which is only a ten-minute drive from Lynn Haven. Rather than separate dogs by weight, dogs of all sizes play together in the same fenced-in space at this dog park. There's drinking water available for dogs, as well as doggy bags and seating in the park. If you'd like to enjoy the rest of Zollie Young Park with your dog, you're welcome to do so if they're on their leash.
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    Population Density 2,935/sq mi

    #5 Cedar Grove

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    The third of the off-leash dog parks in Panama City is called Everitt Avenue Dog Park, and it's only a 15-minute drive from Lynn Haven. This dog parks allow dogs of all sizes and weights to play together in the same fenced area. This lovely park has several old trees throughout, so there's always cool, shaded areas where you and your pup can take a break. Running water is available for dogs to drink in the park, and there are also picnic tables and benches. This park tends to be pretty quiet and peaceful, and there is a small parking lot there, too!
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