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Dog Areas in Ozona

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Peaceful and eclectic, Ozona, FL is a real refuge for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of Tampa and press "paws" on life! Formerly a fishing village and then a health retreat, this tiny coastal community sits snug on the coast of Mexico. You and your pooch can sit and watch the boats come in at the many marinas, or gaze at the ospreys nesting on almost every lamp post! There’s a real village vibe here -- downtown is only a block long, and home to a variety of interesting and locally owned businesses. Unfortunately, there are no veterinary clinics in the area, but you’ll find standard and emergency care for your buddy just a short drive away in Dunedin.

You won’t find anything in the way of off-leash adventures in Ozona, but you and your four-legged friend can still sniff out some exercise options -- the 43-mile Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail runs right through town. There’s plenty of choice in doggy dining, too. Ozona Grill, Ozona Pizza, and the more upscale Ozona Blue all welcome wagging tails at their outdoor tables. And don’t fret -- you’ll find plenty of pawesome dog parks, trails and even dog beaches just a little fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ozona

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    Population Density 1,227/sq mi

    #1 Honeymoon Island

    Just across the water from Ozona, Honeymoon Island is a real mutts-visit. There’s an $8 entrance fee, but you and your pup might decide it’s worth it once you get to the fantastic dog beach! If your pup likes swimming, they’ll love splashing about in the shallow waters here, and owners will appreciate the fine sand and beachside views of Caldessi Island. Bags and water are provided, and there’s even a doggy shower for rinsing off all that salty spray! There’s a long trail from the park entrance to the beach that’s ideal for a warm-up walk, but stay away from the brush at the side, as snakes have been spotted in the area.
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    Population Density 5,224/sq mi

    #2 Spanish Acres

    The Happy Tails Dog Park in Spanish Acres might not be the biggest in the area, but it’d still be a huge faux paws not to visit! Located just four miles away from Ozona in Dunedin, the park is easy to miss -- it’s tucked away behind the Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training Complex. Your pooch will be glad you’ve found it, though. There’s plenty of doggy agility equipment for a thorough and entertaining workout. There’s a separate area for small dogs, so your pooch can play and make friends whether they're large or little, and bags and toys are provided.
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    Population Density 4,812/sq mi

    #3 Chestnut


    Make no bones about it -- your fur baby will love the Chestnut Paw Park! Unlike the park at Spanish Acres, this dog run doesn’t have any agility equipment or an obstacle course, but there’s plenty of space in both the small and large dog sections for a spirited game of catch or tug-of-war. Bags are provided, but you’ll need to bring your own water bottle. It’s well worth taking a wander through the people side of the park, too -- John Chestnut Snr. Park boasts a lovely, shaded boardwalk walking trail by the lake. Just watch out for gators!

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    Population Density 2,767/sq mi

    #4 Tarpon Springs

    Anderson Park in Tarpon Springs is a lovely little oasis tucked against Lake Tarpon, an excellent spot to sit back and watch the boats go by. It’s also home to the Anderson Paw Park Playground, a pawfect place to let your furry friend run free! The off-leash area isn’t as big as the Chestnut Paw Park, but it is well-shaded, so you can let your pooch leap about to their heart’s content without worrying about them overheating! Go in the morning and you two can chow down afterwards at Johnny Grits. This beloved local breakfast joint does a grrreat hash, and caters to canine customers outside.
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    Population Density 6,187/sq mi

    #5 Cypress Bend

    The Brown Boxer Pub and Grille is paws down the best fur-friendly eatery in the area. There are plenty of pooch-friendly tables on the outside patio, and you can even order from a doggy menu! The pooch-loving owners of this Clearwater gem will keep your pup’s bowl full of ice cold water, and pets eat free on Sundays. The people food isn’t bad either -- try the nachos. Afterwards, you two can burn it off with a trip to the Enterprise Dog Park! The dog run here is huge, and there’s a wooded, off-leash loop trail for your pup to sniff and explore.
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