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Dog Areas in Ormond Beach

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Fun times await you and your four legged friend(s) at Ormond Beach, Florida. This small sunny city is part of Volusia County and adjacent to the more renowned Daytona Beach. Ormond Beach is a great place to own a dog as it has many ways to keep your pet occupied. And even if you just plan on coming over for a short visit, pet friendly hotels such as the Makai Beach Lodge and the Driftwood Beach Motel make for an enjoyable stay!

The place to be for dogs in Ormond Beach is the Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park. This splendid off-leash dog park is divided into a play area for medium to large dogs and a separate area for small dogs. Each section has plenty of grassy areas and trees for a natural experience and the inclusion of water stations prevents dehydration under the warm Florida sun.

Ormond Beach is a popular camping destination, and you will be happy to know that you can take your dog with you. There are three dog-friendly campgrounds in Ormond Beach - Sunshine Holiday Daytona RV Resort and Harris Village & RV Park LLC. Each of these campgrounds has their own different rules when it comes to dogs so call first.

Having a great time with your furry pal in Ormond Beach is not hard at all thanks to all the dog friendly amenities in town. You even can dine out or grab a quick burger without having to leave your animal friend behind. There are 7 dog friendly restaurants in Ormond Beach to choose from.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ormond Beach

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    Population Density 1,517/sq mi
    Ormond Beach sits along the Halifax River, making the center of the city a perfect spot for relaxing, shopping, eating, and enjoying the beauty of the Florida shore. Central Ormond Beach is home to beautiful neighborhoods that make an excellent setting for walking your pup through town and along the water. You can visit different dog-friendly restaurants in the area, too, when Fido’s belly starts growling. Rose Villa Southern Table & Bar is one of the area’s most popular eateries, featuring some of the best Southern food staples like Key Lime Pie, and outdoor seating where your dog can join you for a bite.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,730/sq mi

    #2 Ormand-By-The-Sea

    Ormond-By-The-Sea is an island-like area of Ormond Beach, with all sides surrounded by the beautiful waters of Florida. Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park is a must-see for you and your furry pal. The 40-acre area is loaded with playgrounds, picnic areas, grassy land to explore, pavilions, and swimming areas. It even has its own 4-acre dog park with separate areas for large and small dogs, plenty of shade for pups and their owners, and water stations to keep pooches hydrated during play. When you’re done, head over to Crabby Chris, featuring some of the best seafood and other Florida favorites, with outdoor, dog-friendly seating.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 719/sq mi

    #3 Ponce Inlet

    Fifteen minutes from Ormond Beach is Daytona Beach, one of the most famous locations in Florida. The Ponce Inlet is a gorgeous neighborhood by the area’s fabulous beaches. If you travel to this pawpular vacation destination and need a trustworthy dog sitter for a few hours, Ponce Inlet has you covered with its own DogVacay, which employs vetted pet sitters to keep him company. For a day with your pal, head over to Timothy Pollard Memorial Park, which has its own Happy Trails Dog Park where your pal can get some exercise. Jerry’s Italian Grill & Tiki Bar is the perfect place to enjoy dinner by the water on the dog-friendly outdoor patio.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 648/sq mi

    #4 Canal Street Historic District

    About a 35-minute drive from Ormond Beach is New Smyrna Beach. The Canal Street Historic District here is an area you can’t miss – and one whose pawtastic history will delight both you and your pooch! Walk her on the leash through historic sidewalks and buildings. Then, get her pampered at the Sassafrass Pet Spa, which offers incredible dog grooming services that are sure to leave her begging for more. The neighborhood is rife with dog-friendly restaurants, like Jason’s Corner, a popular bistro that serves American cuisine favorites. You can also take a trip to Riverside Park, where you can fish from a pier with your pooch!
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    Population Density 2,055/sq mi

    #5 Beacon Woods

    Twelve miles from Ormond Beach is Port Orange, Florida. Beacon Woods is a popular neighborhood nestled in the town center and close to the Halifax River. Memorial Park is a gorgeous, 10-acre park surrounded with boardwalks, fishing piers, and amazing waterfront views. The spot is sure to have Max howling to come back; just make sure to clean up after him and keep him on a leash! Mama Mia’s Italian Grill and Pizzeria is one of the pup-friendly restaurants in the neighborhood, with three outdoor tables that welcome your dog to dine with you to enjoy its selection of pizzas, salads, soups, and other Italian fare.
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