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Dog Areas in Palm Springs, FL

As a village in Palm Beach County, Palm Springs is in the Miami metropolitan area. For under $200, Airbnb rentals are available in Palm Springs. Although Palm Springs provides a furrific retreat from big city, its size means that it doesn’t have very many Fido-friendly spaces or amenities. Nearby areas, such as Juno Beach, have several more dog-friendly restaurants, pet services, and activities. The local restaurants of Juno Beach range from affordable drinks to cozy cafes.

Jupiter, Florida has over 50 different restaurants for you to choose from. Jupiter also has several dog-friendly activities to enjoy. One of the crowd’s favorites is the lovely dog beach. Jupiter has 13 pet services to ensure the wellbeing of your dog here in Florida. Whether you need a veterinarian or a dog trainer, you’ll find everything your dog could need while he’s here.

Don’t fancy going to Jupiter? Head to Hobe Sound instead, wher you’ll find a unique camping op-paw-tunity for you and your dog to enjoy!

If you are looking for a peaceful time with Fido, the Palm Springs area is a pawfect place for you and your dog to enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Palm Springs, FL

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    Population Density 3,278/sq mi

    #1 Boca Raton


    Boca Raton has two dog parks and a dog beach that are available for all dogs to enjoy. Only thirty minutes from Palm Springs, Boca Raton is a seaside paradise. There is so much to do on this beach with Fido! Whether your pet likes to swim in the shallows of the shore, or help you dig holes in the sand to “help build a sand castle,” there is something for everyone to enjoy. Beach goers are asked to purchase and carry a permit, but no worries -- you can pay for a one-day pass, too. Canine Cove at South County Regional Park is rated five-bones from recent park goers, so if you would rather go to the park, there are numerous options to choose from. 

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    Population Density 4,230/sq mi

    #2 Delray Beach


    Delray is home to a dog-friendly market and a dog park. Delray is just a short twenty-minute drive from Palm Springs, and is well worth the wagging tail of your four-legged pal. The local market is full of fresh vegetables, cool knick knacks, and beautiful flowers. Your dog is more than welcome to join you while looking through this pawesome market as long as he or she remains leashed. The local dog park is highly rated amongst regular visitors, and is equipped with fully enclosed separate areas for small and big dogs. The park also generously provides drinking water and other accommodations.

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    Population Density 4,011/sq mi

    #3 Peanut Island


    Twenty-five minutes from Palm Springs, Riviera Beach is home to the highly rated Peanut Island. Yes, Peanut Island is a real island that you can take your dog to by ferry for a small $10 fee, or by kayak or boat. Your dog is asked to remain leashed, but that will not stop his or her tail from wagging here at this sea-island haven! Feel free to camp overnight with your beloved pet, swim in the local shores, or stretch out on the sandy seaside. No matter what you decide to do here, visiting Riviera Beach will be a puptastic good time. 

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    Population Density 1,416/sq mi

    #4 Wellington


    Only twenty-five minutes from Palm Springs, Wellington has a lovely dog treat bakery and dog park. Dogs are allowed to let go of their cooped up energy at the local off-leash dog park, which is highly rated amongst current park goers. Areas are divided into small dog or large dog categories to guarantee safe play. There are benches and water fountains available throughout the park for everyone to have a relaxing time, as well as picnic tables and restrooms. Spending quality time together with your doggy best friend is the best way to pass time! Local dogs love to play ball and fetch in the fenced in areas, and we know your dog will too.

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    Population Density 4,668/sq mi

    #5 Boynton Beach


    Less than twenty minutes from Palm Springs, Boynton Beach is a beautiful place to take your dog to. With four dog parks to choose from and an additional dog treat bakery, Boynton has everything your dog will ever want. With kayaking and open grassy fields, your dog can romp and play to his or her heart’s content. If you have a water dog, let him or her go for a quick swim in the lake while you kayak. You can also walk around the pathways to see the beautiful scenic view of Boynton Lake. Benches and picnic tables are available for use as well.  

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