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Dog Areas in North Palm Beach

North Palm Beach is an incorporated village in Palm Beach County, Florida with a population of 12,015 at the last census. This village is appealing to dog owners because dogs can enjoy a swim along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. Although parks are really fun for dogs, beaches are even better! There are three veterinary clinics in North Palm Beach, and six more in the vicinity. You can find dog-friendly restaurants such as Frigate's Waterfront Bar & Grill and La Fontana Pizzeria, Bar & Ristorante where dogs are welcome on the outside patios.

When it comes to attractions in North Palm Beach that you can visit with your pet by your side, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park comes first on the list. It's a really beautiful state park. Although dogs are not allowed on the beach, there is a trail where you can walk with your pupper. North Palm Beach even won an award as the best-planned community of 1956 from the National Association of Home Builders. The people here are home-oriented and very pet-friendly. If you need a hand with your pup's fur after all that beach fun you can visit the Canine College Juno Beach Day Spa For Pets.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Palm Beach

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    Population Density 3,609/sq mi

    #1 Northlake

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    Anchorage Park is located in North Palm Beach and it has a separate area designated for dogs. The park is fenced and your fur baby can run around off-leash and socialize with other pups. It's not a very large park, but it provides secluded areas for small dogs under 25 lbs and for large dogs over 25 lbs. The park offers a volleyball court, tennis court and a baseball field as well for maximum enjoyment of the whole family. The park is usually quiet and well-maintained. Bring your own waste bags. There is also a walking trail for jogging or walking around with your pet.

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    Population Density 4,713/sq mi

    #2 Southwest

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    Around 15 miles away from North Palm Beach there is a dog park called Dreher Dog Park located in West Palm Beach. The park is pretty small, and it's just across from the Palm Beach County Zoo. The park has separate areas for small and large dogs. Moreover, it has plenty of shade so you don't have to worry about your dog overheating. There's water available as well. Although the park is fenced, if you have a smaller dog you might want to look out because there is some space between the ground and the start of the fence. The park is clean and well-maintained.

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    Population Density 2,569/sq mi

    #3 Ocean Trail Condos

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    Approximately 10 miles north of North Palm Beach, you'll find the Fido-friendly city of Jupiter. Here, you can find one of the most beautiful dog beaches in Florida. Your pal is sure to bark his praises when you take him to this little slice of dog heaven. It's an off-leash beach where dogs can swim and run around totally free. There is a free parking very close to the beach. A team of people is in charge of keeping the beach clean. It has a shower close by for cleaning yourself and your dog, too. Moreover, the beach includes grill and bathrooms for an even better experience.

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    #4 Peanut Island

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    If you're kinda bored of dog parks and you're looking for something that's a little bit more fun, you should definitely visit Peanut Island. Go on a little adventure with your fur-tastic friend. Head south of North Palm Beach for about 3 miles, and then catch a $10 ferry to the island. If you're feeling even more adventurous, you can also kayak there with your pup! You can make a little vacation out of it since there are camping sites on the island that are totally pet-friendly. Bring your own waste bags and plenty of water, and prepare to have a pawesome adventure with your furry friend!

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    Population Density 6,553/sq mi

    #5 Northwood

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    Around 6 miles south of North Palm Beach, you'll find a furrific park called Currie Park. It's located in the Northwood village, and although it's not a designated dog park, there's still plenty of fun to be had here. Dogs are allowed officially on-leash, but many of the regulars let their dogs run free. There is no fence, and the park is next to a busy street, so be careful. The park includes several trails, a picnic area and a soccer field. The park offers plenty of dog poo stations for pet parent convenience. It's family friendly and has a fishing dock as well, which means that there is something here for every member of the family.

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