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Dog Areas in Opa Locka

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When you’re in the sunny Florida city of Opa Locka, finding pawesome things to do with your dog is always easy! This city has two dog-friendly parks, and it’s also just a short drive from many other fun dog-friendly parks and beaches. While there are no veterinary clinics in Opa Locka itself, there are many good options in Opa Locka’s neighboring city of Hialeah.

If you want to spend the day splashing around at the beach with your pup, Fort Lauderdale Canine Beach is perfect for you! This furrific beach is 23 miles from Opa Locka, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you and your dog can go for walks on the sand, and you can play in the warm water of the Atlantic Ocean. If your dog gets messy while playing, dog showers are available. Your pup will love playing at this fun beach!

Looking for a good spot to take your dog for an on-leash walk? Check out Spanish Lake Park, which is just eight miles from Opa Locka. Here, you and your pup can go for walks on the park’s scenic walking path, which passes by open fields and groves of palm trees. You and your dog will always have a good time here and in the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Opa Locka!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Opa Locka

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    Population Density 2,916/sq mi

    #1 Burlington Street


    This Opa Locka neighborhood is home to Ingram Park, a furtastic place to take your dog for on-leash walks. This park has a lovely path that goes around a large lake, providing stunning views for your whole walk. The park is also home to large, grass-filled fields where you can go for runs with your dog. There’s also a beautiful gazebo where you can relax and enjoy the views with your pup. If you’re hungry after your walk, Ingram Park has plenty of picnic tables where you can enjoy an al fresco lunch with your dog. You and your pup will always have a fun time here!

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    Population Density 9,437/sq mi

    #2 East 65th Street


    If you’re searching for a good off-leash dog park for your pup, check out Amelia Earhart Dog Park. This park is only three miles down the road from Opa Locka, and it has separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. The large dog area has agility equipment for your pup to play on, including tunnels to run through and ramps to climb. Both areas of the park have large, grassy fields for your dog to run in and drinking water to keep your dog happy and hydrated while they’re playing. Your dog will love spending the day at this pawesome park.

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    Population Density 27,520/sq mi

    #3 North Beach


    If you’re looking for a great place to spend the day with your dog, check out Haulover Beach Park, which is just 10 miles from Opa Locka. This beach park has a bark park where your pup can play off-leash. This dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and there are plenty of trees to keep the park shady and cool. The bark park also has drinking fountains for both pups and humans. Dogs are also welcome to join you on the portion of Haulover Beach between lifeguard towers #2 and #3. Dogs can play off-leash in this designated area. Your pup will love exploring everything this park and beach has to offer!

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    Population Density 4,058/sq mi

    #4 Wynwood


    Wynwood is home to the pawsitively great Martell Bark Park. Located 10 miles from Opa Locka, this park has one fenced-in area where dogs can run and play. The park is filled with trees, and it has plenty of space for games of catch. Bring water with you, and have a good time playing here. If you’re hungry after the dog park, check out nearby Suviche Wynwood. This restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they’re known for their fresh ceviche. They also offer many other classic Peruvian dishes, and they have a large sushi and sashimi menu.

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    Population Density 3,342/sq mi

    #5 Rickenbacker Causeway


    This Key Biscayne neighborhood is home to another furtastic dog-friendly beach, Hobie Island Beach Park. This beach is 15 miles from Opa Locka, and it allows dogs off-leash. The water at this beach is shallow, making it easy for dogs to splash around in. You can also take your dog for walks on the sand and enjoy views of the Miami skyline. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a fun time playing here. After the dog park, continue your fun day out with lunch at Altantica Fish House and Bayside Hut. This casual eatery welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they serve delicious, freshly caught Florida seafood.

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