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Dog Areas in Miami, FL

14 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
2 Eateries
58 Groomers

Beach bums, culture vultures, and four-legged fashionistas alike "pawsitively" love Miami. And with an array of Fido-friendly beaches, parks, restaurants, and shops, what's not to love? It's no wonder Miami is one of the top dog-friendly places to live in the US!

No stint in Miami is complete without a beach day (or three). Outside of Miami proper, you'll find a spectacular selection of dog-friendly beaches where Spot can make a splash off-leash. The Bark Beach at North Shore Open Space Park should be at the top of your itinerary. While a small admission fee applies for both locals and visitors, this pristine stretch of sand and surf is worth every penny. 

The Bark Park at Haulover Beach is another "grrreat" place to sunbathe with your buddy, but a few rules apply. Doggos are only allowed off-leash in designated areas of the beach from 8 AM to 3 PM. The dog park, open from 8 AM to sunset, is separate from the beach itself and comes equipped with the standard facilities, including separate areas for large and small pups, drinking water, waste baggies, and plenty of shade.

This just scratches the surface of dog-friendly beaches in Miami, so do some digging and find a beach that suits your style. But before you set out on your excursions in this famously sunny city, there are a few things you should know. Miami-Dade County requires all dogs visiting the city's off-leash parks to have current rabies vaccination tags. Unfortunately, Pit Bulls aren't permitted to play in any of the city's off-leash parks. Officially, it's unclear whether leashed Pit Bulls are welcome in the community parks. Contact the city's parks department with any questions regarding breed restrictions.

Itching to experience Miami's bustling nightlife scene when the sun goes down? Your canine clubber will need to sit out for that adventure. But there's no need to leave your hound home all alone — find a professional dog walker in Miami with our easy-to-use smartphone app. Our Miami dog walkers go the extra mile to care for the canines in their charge, and you can even follow along their walk every step of the way using GPS.

Fortunately, Miami offers oodles of dog-friendly adventures. Below, we've covered the best dog parks in Miami and other Fido-friendly attractions in the city's charming neighborhoods.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Miami, FL

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    Population Density 9,540/sq mi
    Squint up at the skyscrapers, wander along the waterfront, and take a break under the palms in Downtown Miami. Dog walkers in Miami flock to Bayfront Park in droves for on-leash exercise and fresh sea breezes. If you and your hound are hungry after ambling through the city, you won't have to walk far to find a dog-friendly restaurant serving up delicious dishes. Whether you're craving sushi, "pupperoni" pizza, finger-lickin' good barbecue, or a healthy vegan option, Downtown's diners won't disappoint. Cafes and coffee shops abound if you're just looking for a cup of java or a small snack. Need a little "retail" therapy? Shop 'til you drop in Downtown's dog-friendly shopping center! (Just be sure to keep your pal on a leash.)
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    Population Density 5,930/sq mi

    #2 Coconut Grove


    With a name like Coconut Grove, this area just south of downtown is a postcard-perfect example of a tropical paradise. Miami's oldest neighborhood has truly gone to the dogs with not one, but two off-leash parks. First up is Blanche Dog Park, a fully equipped off-leash space that's really rolled out the red carpet for Miami's four-legged friends. Drinking water for hounds and humans? Check. Waste baggies? Check. Benches for tired pet parents? Check! This park has just about everything (except separate areas for large and small dogs). You'll have no trouble finding some new puppy playmates at Kennedy Dog Park, a firm favorite with Miami dog walkers. For some on-leash exercise with a side of history, head to Barnacle Historic State Park. This petite park features a historic home dating back to the late 19th century as well as a dog-friendly woodland trail. Check the park's event schedule beforehand — you just might sniff out an event that welcomes woofers!

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    Population Density 13,310/sq mi

    The Edgewater neighborhood, located on the bay near the Wynwood neighborhood, is a super hip area in Miami with an array of dog-friendly things to do, see, and perhaps more importantly, eat! Between Edgewater and Wynwood, you'll find an array of dog-friendly restaurants and bars serving up hot food and cold drinks. Your pupper's favorite place in Edgewater is bound to be Margaret Pace Park, a lush, 8-acre oasis right on Biscayne Bay. Doggy water fountains and a fun fire hydrant make the on-site dog park a "pawpular" spot with tourists, locals, and dog walkers in Miami. Don't forget to bring the waste baggies!

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    Population Density 310/sq mi

    #4 Venetian Islands


    If you and Fido are keen to escape the hustle and bustle of "muttropolitan" Miami, treat yourselves to a taste of the good life in the Venetian Islands. This lucrative locale encompasses six man-made islands offering spectacular panoramas of the ocean and cityscape at every turn. You'll love admiring the million-dollar homes lining the well-kept streets of Belle Isle on your way to Belle Isle Dog Park. This off-leash zone comes complete with everything you'll need for a fun frolic, including separate areas for large and small dogs, waste baggies, and doggy water fountains. When you're ready to head back into the big city, mainland Miami is just a bone's throw away along the Venetian Causeway.

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    Population Density 6,720/sq mi

    #5 Upper East Side

    Upper East Side is a hip district in Miami celebrated for its bespoke boutiques, architectural beauty, and multicultural heritage. Foodies will be in hound-dog heaven here, thanks to the selection of dog-friendly restaurants clustered near Biscayne Boulevard. Don't miss the chance to sample everything from organic goodies to Argentinian specialties alongside your canine companion. After your meal, mosey on down to Legion Memorial Dog Park for a little leash-free fun. The dog park provides drinking water for doggos, but it's on you to supply the waste baggies! Pups are welcome to roam through the rest of Legion Memorial Park on-leash.
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