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Dog Areas in Port Orange

8 Parks
7 Shops
19 Eateries
9 Groomers

Port Orange enjoys a spot on Florida’s Fun Coast in lovely Volusia County. There are lots of activities and places you can go with your pup here in Port Orange, including a host of restaurants and cafes, as well as neighborhood parks. There are also six veterinary clinics here, with one animal hospital.

A highlight of the puptown of Port Orange is the Spruce Creek Park. With over 1,600 acres of nature, this is one of the biggest parks in Volusia County; perfect for your furry friend! There is over three miles of sniff-tastic trails for your pup to investigate, with the chance to spot plenty of wildlife that live here. All dogs are welcome, as long as they remain on their leash.

When it comes to dog-friendly restaurants and cafes in Port Orange, you are covered! The servers at Aunt Catfish’s on the River are well-known for being dog lovers, welcoming pups to the outdoor deck, with views of the waterfront. This is a pawsome spot when it is sunny outside, with delicious seafood to enjoy. Water bowls will be provided for your furry friend too. Don’t forget to try one of their famous cinnamon rolls!

Port Orange is definitely worth a visit with your dog, with plenty of treats you can both enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Port Orange

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    Population Density 2,334/sq mi

    #1 Port Orange City Center

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    For a pup-tastic adventure outdoors, be sure to visit Buschman Park with your dog. There are over 30 acres of nature to explore, with sniff-tastic walking trails around the lake, as well as boardwalks for bird spotting. You may even see the otters that have been spotted here.  Afterwards, enjoy a stroll around Memorial Park, where dogs are welcome. There is grass your dog will love to sniff and roll in, as well as a picnic area to relax and people watch at. Mama Mia’s Italian Grill and Pizzeria is nearby, which has three outdoor tables where your furry friend can join you, as well as the best pizzas in town.

     

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    Population Density 2,405/sq mi

    #2 S Ridgewood Ave/ Harbor Rd

    36

    When you are in Port Orange and are looking for a treat especially for your pup, you have got to check out Seamore Memorial Dog Park! This place will be the ideal places for your furry friend to enjoy his afternoon. There are separate areas for small and large dogs to safely roam and play. There are also benches and picnic tables to relax, as well as drinking water for your panting pup – he will need it after all that excitement! Seamore Memorial Dog Park is a fur-iendly place to socialize your pup and make new furry friends. Before you leave, there is also a rinse station to avoid dirty paws.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,250/sq mi

    #3 Herbert St/ S Nova Rd

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    For a bite to eat when you are in Port Orange, check out Ritters Frozen Custard. This is a pawsome place for frozen treats, from ice cream sundaes to refreshing smoothies. What’s even better is that there are pup-tastic doggie dishes available too. If you are visiting on the first Monday of the month, your furry friend can enjoy a free dish and bone! If you and your pup love being outdoors, you can both stay at the Nova Family Campground. Most dogs are welcome here, if you are camping or have an RV, as long as they remain on leash in the grounds. There are some restrictions on certain breeds, including Pit Bulls, Dobermans, German Shepherds and Rottweilers.
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    Population Density 1,551/sq mi

    #4 S Clyde Morris Blvd/ Dunlawton Ave

    12

    When you are out and about with your pup, you always have time to factor in a refreshment stop! For a delicious start to the day or a lunch break, you have got to check out the Cinnamon Tree Café. You can take your choice of outdoor pet-friendly tables here, while you enjoy fresh coffee and a tasty crepe. A pawsome place for dinner is Daily Grind Burgers, serving top meat and high-quality ingredients. Your dog is welcome to join you at one of the five pet-friendly tables situated outdoors, which means you can watch the sun go down with your pup. 

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    Population Density 2,405/sq mi

    #5 S Clyde Morris Blvd/ Victoria Gardens Blvd

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    To try some good Irish pub grub, head to Mulligan’s Grille. This place has five pet-friendly outdoor tables where your furry friend can tag along with you, as you tuck into some classic Irish dishes. If you prefer some American food, you can bring your pup to T.G.I. Fridays, which has an outdoor patio and tables to sit and relax. For more casual dining, there is also Rossi’s Side Street Café. There are four outdoor tables where you can eat and drink with your dog, but to order you have to head inside. Be sure someone can stay with your pup while you order.

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