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Dog Areas in Miramar Beach

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Looking for a coastal town on the water to call home? Miramar Beach is an excellent option for pet parents who want year-round summers and sandy beaches in their backyard. Unlike the neighboring communities, Miramar Beach has a more welcoming approach to four-legged residents and offers plenty of things to do with your dogs. Leash laws are strictly enforced on public property, but that doesn't mean you and Fido can’t have a good time! 

Miramar Beach is on the peninsula of Florida. This small area welcomes plenty of tourists and part-time residents in addition to its year-round locals. The village square allows pets to join you while you shop. Walton County also allows resident property owners (with active permits) and their leashed loved ones to enjoy the Miramar Beach during designated times on the beach. Pawfect for pups who wants to catch some rays and work on their tan! 

New residents can enjoy nearby amenities and resources as well, such as the local veterinary office and pet shops. Plus, you can always drive out to the surrounding towns in search of anything you need! For lunch, wag over to one of the pet-friendly patios for a quick bite in the beautiful sunshine! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Miramar Beach

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    Population Density 976/sq mi

    #1 Sandestin

    What Miramar Beach lacks in nature walks and dog parks, it makes up for in beautiful waterfront views and breezy ocean air. There are plenty of lovely accommodations available for those looking for a more permanent move. Start your day with a long walk on the beach and then head over to the Marina Bar & Grill for some lunch with Fido. You can even order him a treat from their special doggy menu! Afterward, you can fetch your friends and head over to the local Bark Park just next door. Prefur a more laidback afternoon? Stroll through The Village of Baytowne Shops for some window-shopping.
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    Population Density 1,774/sq mi

    #2 Henderson Beach

    Looking for new adventures close to home? Head west to Destin, the city directly next to Miramar Beach. While pets aren’t allowed on the beaches in this county, you can take advantage of the Henderson Beach State Park, where pups are allowed on paved areas as well as the campgrounds. You can also check out the nature trail within the park; just be sure to keep Fido on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. The area also features a 3-acre open-space dog park with plenty of shade and separate areas for large and small dogs.
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    Population Density 1,573/sq mi

    #3 Sylvania Heights

    Fort Walton Beach is a truly beautiful beach town with breathtaking sunsets and plenty to do while you soak up the sun. Sylvania Heights is a small neighborhood towards the end of town, ideal for new residents who want to take in what the city has to offer. 3 Dogs & a Chick is a pawesome bakery and boutique in town that sells treats and other goodies you can pick up for Fido! Leash up and explore the streets while you head over to the Liza Jackson Park, which has a pleasant little dog park that leads out to a refreshing stream where your pup can cool off.
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    Population Density 2,819/sq mi

    #4 Uptown Station

    Uptown Station is a quaint neighborhood in Fort Walton Beach. Their fur-family-friendly demeanor is welcoming of its four-legged residents. The local dog park, Central Bark, is the pawfect place for your pups to run around with the dogs from the neighborhood while you chat with their owners nearby. The fenced-in, open-space park has two separate areas for small and large dogs, as well as play equipment, doggy bags, and water fountains. After you and Fido have built up an appetite, fetch some food from the local Props Craft Brewery. The outdoor seating is pet-friendly so you can chow down and enjoy the weather!
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    Population Density 449/sq mi

    #5 Niceville City Center

    The city of Niceville is as charming as its name suggests, and welcomes visitors alongside the year-round locals. You’ll have to head inland from the island city of Miramar Beach, but it is a short 30-minute drive with spectacular views of the Choctawhatchee Bay. Once you’ve arrived, you can set up accommodations at one of the pet-friendly hotels or check out the campgrounds at the Rocky Bayou State Park. All Florida state parks welcome well-behaved pups; just be sure to keep them on a leash no longer than six feet. Just spending the day here? You can let Fido run around until his heart is content at the Niceville Dog Park!
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