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Dog Areas in Plant City

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Plant City might be known for its flora, but it’s also home to some very pet-friendly places! From attractions to restaurants and hotels, there’s something for everybody in this sunny city.

If you’re coming from out of town, several hotels and inns offer pet-friendly accommodations. Both cats and dogs are allowed at the Days Inn, which charges a one-time pet fee. Howard Johnson Hotel and Crowne Plaza East also welcome four-legged friends.

As for restaurants in the area, there are many options to choose from. Fat Maggie’s, Cozy Oaks Restaurant, and Fresco’s Bakery and Bistro all offer outdoor searing for well-behaved dogs. Abuelo’s, a local Mexican restaurant, has a shaded patio with water bowls and ceiling fans.

If you’re in the mood to seek out some adventure for the day, check out the Plant City Dog Park. It offers two separate play areas (for large and for small dogs), fresh water, free doggie bags, and lots of shade. Plant City Dog Park also makes a great way to meet local pet owners, including Fido's both big and small. Or, if you’re looking for something more out of the ordinary, try Dinosaur World. With over 150 life-sized dinosaur models, there’s a ton to see as you and Fido explore the prehistoric world.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Plant City

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    Population Density 1,822/sq mi

    #1 Central Plant City

    Plant City is a very family-friendly community which has plenty of schools, colleges, museums and parks. Gilchrist Park offers 5 acres of open space that includes a playground, 2 picnic pavilions, grand oak canopies, and paved walking paths that can be used by leashed dogs. And last but not least, they have a dog park! Plant City Dog Park is an off-leash dog park with two separate areas for small and large dogs. Plenty of shade and benches and waste bags are provided! Pack a picnic and lace up your best walking shoes for a full day of fun in the sun! Oh, and don't forget Fido’s favorite toy!
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    Population Density 285/sq mi

    #2 Turkey Creek

    This open neighborhood offers dog owners and their fur babies access to plenty of fun outdoor activities! Edward Medard Park is a popular recreation area, attracting 500,00 visitors annually, with the 700-acre reservoir being the main attraction. A boardwalk fishing pier leads to an observation tower across the reservoir, and they allow on leash dogs to enjoy all areas of the park.  Metals & Nature is a 2-acre wrought-iron garden store with trails under mossy oak trees. Enjoy lunch at the picnic tables surrounded by handcrafted iron art and statues. Leashed dogs are welcome; just make sure they're comfortable around peacocks and other wildlife.
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    Population Density 1,963/sq mi

    #3 Thonotosassa

    Aside from its fun name, Thonotosassa offers a lot of fun activities for both humans and pups! Lettuce Lake Park 240-acre site which has wooded picnic areas, playgrounds, bicycle and jogging trails, and a fitness course. The park also has a 3,500-foot boardwalk and an observation tower; dogs must be kept on a leash. Dinosaur World is a life size outdoor dinosaur museum that allows pups to enjoy all the fun exhibits and activities with their families! Keel & Curley Winery is alsp dog-friendly! Dogs are welcome on the covered outdoor deck at Keel & Curley Winery for wine tastings. Two Henrys Brewing Company is located next door and is also dog-friendly so you can try craft beers, too!
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    Population Density 1,187/sq mi

    #4 Mango

    For a community named after a delicious fruit, it's no surprise that there are a lot of sweet activities to enjoy with your four-legged friends! Mango Dog Park features 5 acres of play area with a 6-foot chain link fence and double gated entries. The park is split into two separate access areas for small and large dogs. In addition, there are water fountains for people and dogs, picnic tables, two pavilions, a place to hose off your dog, and a swim area on both sides (plastic pools). Doggie ‘Clean Up Mitts’ are provided, as well as some outdoor night lighting.
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    Population Density 2,158/sq mi

    #5 Medulla

    The neighborhood of Medulla is about 13 miles east from Plant City and offers plenty of dog-friendly restaurant, lodging and entertainment options. DiOGi Park at Loyce E. Harpe Park is an off-leash fenced in doggie park that includes a water fountain, agility equipment, fire hydrants, and separate areas for large and small dogs. Don Julia’s, Sandwich Factory, Uncle Nick’s New York Style Bagels, Subs & Deli, and Joshua’s Kitchen are a few of the many dog-friendly restaurants in Medulla. Visiting from out of town? Imperial Swan Hotel & Suites and Residence Inn offer lodging that accommodates pups!
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