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Dog Areas in Mulberry

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Visitors to Mulberry, Florida are in for a treat in this slow-paced city known as the Phosphate Capital of the World.  Mulberry and the surrounding cities offer many parks and trails for locals and travelers, and their pets, to enjoy.

There are a few pet-friendly AirBnBs to choose from in Mulberry, or you can head outside about ten miles to Lakeland to find multiple hotels with reasonable rates for pets.  Between Mulberry and Lakeland, you also have your choice of over ten different animal clinics if an emergency arises for Fido.

For breakfast, lunch, and dinner the locals recommend the pet-friendly restaurant Joshua's Kitchen.  This homestyle local diner offers two pet-friendly outside tables where you and Fido can enjoy a menu full of favorites like pancakes, French toast, burgers, and even homemade meatloaf and country fried steak.  They are open Monday through Thursday from 6 am to 3 pm, Friday from 6 am to 8 pm, Saturday from 6 am to 3 pm, and Sunday from 7 am to 3 pm.

On Carter Road, you will find the local dog park, Diogo Dog Park, where there is no limit to how many dogs you can bring to run free and play.  The park is separated into two fenced-in areas: one for large dogs and one for small dogs.  Both areas have doggy bags for clean-up and water fountains to keep you and Fido hydrated.

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    Population Density 1,558/sq mi

    #1 Lakeland Highlands

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    Ten miles outside of Mulberry is the larger city of Lakeland, where you can find shopping and restaurants as well as beauty and nature for you and Fido to traverse.  This is especially true in the Lakeland Highlands Scrub, a 551-acre conservation area in Polk County. The scrub is located in south Lakeland and is one of a series of sandy ridges across peninsular Florida, rising over 230 feet above sea level.  Left mostly untouched by the Florida Communities Trust Preservation 2000 Program to be a publicly owned conservation area, this land is a great way to see Florida nature in its pristine and natural state. Because of the back-to-nature setting, be sure you bring plenty of water for you and Fido -- scrub land can get very hot very quickly!
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    Population Density 1,558/sq mi

    #2 Lake Somerset

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    Holloway Park and Nature Preserve in Lakeland is 362 acres of donated land set aside for a nature preserve, cross-country trails, and a public park. The trails are often in use for races, but you can also explore the nature preserve, where you and Fido can hike along their self-guided tours. Dogs must be on a leash at all times, and owners must clean up after their pets. Holloway Park's hours are 7:00 am to 7:00 pm from March to October (but they are closed on Mondays) and 7:00 am to 5:30 pm from November to February (closed on Mondays also).  However, they do recommend calling ahead to verify that they are open in the event of inclement weather.

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    Population Density 1,558/sq mi

    #3 Victoria Landings

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    While you are exploring Lakeland, be sure to reward Fido's good behavior by stopping in at the totally pawesome Lake Crago Dog Park in Lake Crago Park.  This off-leash dog park is fun for your furry friends and is run by the city of Lakeland. There are separate areas for big and little dogs, with the designated separation weight of 45 pounds.  The hours the park is open are from dawn to dusk every day. The facilities are equipped with a water hose and tub and water fountain for dogs to drink from. When the heat gets to be too much, there is a shaded area with benches for you both to sit.
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    Population Density 1,558/sq mi

    #4 Cleveland Heights

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    Visitors to Mulberry can rest assured that both Mulberry and Lakeland are very pet-friendly areas.  In fact, Lakeland very recently opened a second dog park in the Cleveland Heights neighborhood, called Dog Leg Woods. This three-acre dog park has fenced-in areas for small and large dogs.  It is a naturally shaded area on a golf course, making it a perfect area for playing Frisbee with Fido. Amenities include a water fountain for both humans and canines as well as a dog washing station to take care of any mud or other messes on Fido before you load back up in the car. The golf course has a restaurant that offers a dog-friendly back porch for you and Fido to enjoy a meal along with your visit.
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    #5 Saddle Creek

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    While you are exploring the outskirts of Mulberry, slide over to Morgan Combee Road and visit Saddle Creek Park and Campground, part of Polk County Parks and Recreation. Saddle Creek Park is a 740-acre park that has a playground, nature trails, and campgrounds.  There are also boat ramps available and fishing opportunities. You and Fido can stroll through the nature trails, making sure to stay hydrated in the scrub heat, and then share a picnic at one of their many picnic areas.  Many amenities are available, including wheelchair-accessible bathrooms.  Please note that there is a nearby gun range that is open during certain hours, so if your furry friends are nervous around loud noises, you may want to call ahead and make sure no one is scheduled to use the range that day.

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