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Dog Areas in Orlando

9 Parks
4 Trails
3 Shops
8 Eateries
58 Groomers

Though thousands of visitors flock to Orlando’s famous resorts, the city has plenty to offer people who prefer smaller crowds and the company of their dogs. The Parks Division maintains 83 parks, as well as several trails for bicyclists and walkers.

Lake Eola Park is conveniently located within downtown Orlando and has a 0.9-mile long sidewalk circling the lake. This paved walkway is a great place to walk your dog, after which you can visit the birds that call the lake home or relax on the grass while enjoying the beautiful skyline.

The P Phillips Community Park has playgrounds, a splash pad, and lots of open green spaces. It also features a dog park with separate enclosures for large and small dogs, as well as benches, water fountains, and hoses for washing down your pup after an afternoon spent running around with friends.

If you’d like to get away from the city for a day, bring your dog with you on a hike at the Hickory Bluff Preserve. There are two loops available here, allowing you to pick between a mile-long trail and a longer one that guides you up to the bluff. This latter provides a gorgeous view, and you and your dog can catch your breath while enjoying the beautiful natural scenery.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Orlando

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    Population Density 5,225/sq mi

    #1 Dover Manor

    Dover Manor is a bustling neighborhood in Orlando, close to popular locations like Colonial Town Center and East Central Park. Here, you can visit Park of the Americas, an amazing outdoor adventure with picnic areas, playgrounds, walking trails with fitness stations, and its own dog park with fenced-in small and large dog areas. Or, you can walk the trails with your pooch on his leash. Dover Manor is also the home of Ashley’s Pack Grooming, an award-winning groomer for pets! And, you can also enjoy Demetree Park, a quiet park with lakes, walking trails, and boardwalks that provides a serene outing for you and your pal.
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    Population Density 4,735/sq mi

    #2 Lake Eola Heights

    Lake Eola Heights is a neighborhood right in the heart of Orlando, with tons of dog-friendly things to do! Lake Eola Park is nestled right along Lake Eola. The park doesn’t have a specific dog area, but it welcomes leashed dogs along the paths, and even has doggie clean-up bags along the way to make things simple for owners! You can also visit the Downtown Orlando Farmer’s Market with your leashed pup to browse local vendors that sell various pet supplies and homemade goodies. And, there are several restaurants near the lake that welcome your dog for a bit to eat, like Spice Modern Steakhouse with a dog-friendly outdoor seating area.
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    Population Density 4,715/sq mi

    #3 Pine Hills

    Pine Hills is a neighborhood in west Orlando with a beautiful park known as Barnett Park. The area has sports fields, a splash park for kids, and an off-leash dog park with separate areas for small and large dogs. You and your pup can even enjoy a pawtastic picnic at one of the nearby picnic areas. Pine Hills is also home to Pet Friendly Pawtography, with photography sessions that perfectly capture your beloved dog in all her glory. You can even get a discounted session if you rescued your dog from a shelter! And, don’t forget to stop by the local PETCO to pick up some new treats – Fido can even shop with you.
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    Population Density 2,287/sq mi

    #4 Dr. Phillips

    Dr. Phillips is only moments from Disney World and sits near several beautiful lakes in Orlando. The pup-tastic area has its own dog park that your dog is sure to flip for. The fenced-in area has separate large and small dog areas, doggie baths, water fountains, and shaded areas for pup parents to sit and watch the fun. In the neighborhood, you can also experience tons of authentic cuisines at one of several dog-friendly restaurants, like Bento Café, an Asian restaurant with outdoor tables for you and your pooch to enjoy each other’s company. If you need a pet sitter, check out PAWsitive Strides, a team of professional sitters and walkers who will care for your pup as their own.
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    Population Density 2,738/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    Winter Park is technically its own city in Florida, but it’s considered part of the Orlando muttropolitan area. This area is chock-full of fun, dog-friendly activities and places, but first consider a stop at Blue Jacket Park. The park is right in the middle of Lake Osceola and Lake Mizell, and is a popular walking and jogging area that welcomes dogs on their leash. You can also head over to Central Park, a gorgeous park right in the midst of the popular shopping district. After you’re done enjoying the great outdoors with your pooch, visit one of the several dog-friendly restaurants right near the park, like Luma on Park, a NYC-style restaurant that welcomes dogs on its outdoor patio.
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