Dog Walkers in Newberry, FL

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Dog Areas in Newberry, FL

3 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Originally a mining and railroad town, today Newberry is home to many students attending the University of Florida. Somewhere this puptown switched gears and began watermelon farming, and now holds a Watermelon Festival annually. With three veterinarians, your dog will be in good health while hanging out in Newberry.

Spend a day out at the Lois Forte Park together. This huge park offers benches, a playground, two covered pavilions, restrooms, and a large grass area. There is a nice paved walking path that goes around the park, perfect to get a walk in with your dog, and the park is covered in trees for some shade as you stroll.

Fluid Lounge is a great spot to stop into and relax with your dog. This classy cocktail lounge offers a wide variety of drinks, and even has menus from the surrounding restaurants and will run out and grab food for you and your pup while you are enjoying your drink. They have spacious areas throughout the lounge that your dog is welcome to relax in alongside you. 

Your dog will have an amazing time hanging out, eating, and exploring the town of Newberry with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newberry, FL

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 77/sq mi

    #1 SW 282nd St / SW 46th Ave


    West Park is a great park to visit where you and your dog can get a walk in together. The park features a baseball field, basketball courts, and a large grass space. There is a nice paved walking path throughout the park that you and your dog can use for a walk. Make sure that Fido stays on a leash when you are out at West Park, and don't forget to bring your water along with you since the park doesn't offer any areas for shade. Also in this neighborhood is Champions Park, home to a plethora of different softball and baseball fields that hold numerous tournaments. Take a stroll with your pup between games. The Watermelon Pond Wildlife and Environmental Area is a vast space with multiple outdoor environments offering numerous trails that are perfect to hike along with your dog. Keep an eye on your dog when you visit since the park is filled with numerous animals including snakes.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #2 Jonesville

    Spend a day out at Dudley Farm with your furry pal. This historic homestead has self-guided tours that detail Florida's farm life from the late 1850s to the 1940s. The park also offers birding, wildlife viewing, or if you and Fido want to get a walk in, they offer hiking and nature trails. Although not long, the 0.3-mile loop trail that goes through the park offers a great wooded area to explore with a trail that slightly slopes downhill. If you want to sit down and relax, the park has a picnic area, but make sure your dog remains on a leash while you are visiting.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 404/sq mi

    #3 62nd Blvd


    The Clear Lake Nature Park is a great park to spend a day out with your dog. The park sits right on the Clear Lake, perfect if your dog loves water and is home to numerous different hiking trails that the two of you can explore and get a good walk in together. While hiking, you will be covered by plenty of trees for shade, and there is a creek you can cool off at. Locals warn that there could be alligators on the trail, so make sure your dog stays on a leash while you are out exploring. Located in Gainesville, and eleven miles out from Newberry, your dog will have a great time out at this park. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,059/sq mi

    #4 SW 20th Ave/SW 42nd St


    Forest Park is known to be a more leisurely park to spend your day at. The park has amenities like a basketball, football, and soccer field, as well as, a picnic area and restrooms. There is a nice paved walking path that the two of you can use for a walk together, but if Fido is craving some off-leash time, take full advantage of the dog park that is available here. The dog park is a large fenced in area with grass and trees for shade. During the hotter months, the park has kiddie pools to help keep dogs cool while they run around. Located in Gainesville, your dog will love meeting new friends at this park.

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    Population Density 1,991/sq mi

    #5 Suburban Heights


    The Cofrin Nature Park is a forested park that is perfect to take a hike in with your dog. The park has a half-mile hiking trail that your dog can go explore with you and get a good walk in while you are visiting. The park also includes a playground, restrooms, and benches. The John Mahon Nature Park offers a great area to go hiking with your dog. The park has a packed dirt trail that is covered by trees that the two of you can get a bit of exercise on while you are there. Both great parks are located just down the road in Gainesville.

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