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Dog Areas in Oak Hill

8 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
14 Groomers
Oak Hill is a lovely Atlantic coastal city in Volusia County. Originally, the town was known as Surruque el Viejo by the Timucuan Indians who lived in Oak Hill from 2000 BC to 1500 AD. Today, the community still celebrates their Indian heritage. This town is not short on love for their pups, as Oak Hill is home to twenty veterinarians that Fido can go to for a health check while visiting.

If Fido is itching to go outside, check out one of the great parks that Oak Hill has to offer. River Breeze Park is a beautiful 37-acre park that includes a beautiful river. The park offers a playground, fishing, and a nice walking path, plus a dock where you and your dog can walk on.

Grab a bite to eat at Goodrich's Seafood where they offer all you can eat fish and shrimp. Their outdoor patio is dog friendly, and since it sits on top of the beach, you and Fido will get a pawsome view of the ocean while you enjoy a tasty meal. If you want a little more options on the menu, head over to Beef' O' Brady's for some traditional American food. They offer award winning wings, soups, salads, burgers, and more. Their outdoor patio also welcomes Fido to join you for your meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oak Hill

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,804/sq mi

    #1 Bethune Beach

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    New Smyrna Beach is a mere twelve miles out of Oak Hill, but if you are craving seafood, its the place to be! JBs Fish Camp dishes out savory Southern seafood with dog friendly outdoor seating right on the waterfront. They serve anything from alligator to clams, but also have some non seafood items like hot dogs and grilled cheese. Locals love the fast service and fresh seafood offered here. The staff will also bring water and treats out to your pup when he joins you for you meal. 
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #2 Inlet at New Smyrna Beach

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    The Smyrna Dunes Park in New Smyrna Beach is a great place to take Fido for some beach fun. Fido needs to remain on leash at the beach when you visit, but he will love the sand in his paws and being able to chase the water. The beach has bathrooms, picnic pavilions, an elevated boardwalk, and an observation tower. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you to the beach, and don't forget your clean-up bags. Locals love how the beach is never crowded, but there are still a few pups around so your dog can socalize.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,933/sq mi

    #3 Timberlands Trail

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    The Timberland Trails neighborhood has an amazing dog park where Fido can run around off leash and have a great afternoon. Only nine miles out of Oak Hill in Edgewater, Fido won't mind the small car ride to this dog park. The park is one-acr,e and features large and small dog sections for the pups to play in. There is a shaded area for dogs to relax under, plus a water fountain, agility equipment, and plenty of grass for fetch and rolling. The park does have a few plastic chairs for owners to sit o,n but you may want to consider bringing your own chair if you plan on being at the park for a while.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,461/sq mi

    #4 Inlet Terrace

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    Ponce Inlet is twenty miles out of Oak Hill, and home to the Lighthouse Point Park. Not only does this park have an awesome beach where you and Fido can splash around, but it also allows for some amazing views of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse. The park is super welcoming to you dog, and even provides clean-up bags. There are also bathrooms, picnic tables, and showers to rinse off at the park. Locals warn to watch out for big waves and rip tides that occasionally occur at this beach, but Fido needs to remain on leash while you visit anyways, so he should be safe and always in your view.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 285/sq mi

    #5 Carlile

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    Fourteen miles out of Oak Park in Mims is the Chair of Lakes park. This pawsome park has so many amenities, your pup won't know where to begin. With five softball diamonds, two soccer fields, and 3 miles of trails, your pup will be jumping for joy when you bring him here. If you want to make it an all day event, pack some food and enjoy a picnic at one of the park's lovely picnic pavilions. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you while you visit, and keep Fido on a leash at the park.
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