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Dog Areas in Safety Harbor

10 Parks
3 Trails
8 Eateries
3 Groomers

Sun-drenched, historically rich, and chock full of charm, it’s easy to see why the nearly 17,000 residents of Safety Harbor, FL are happy to call it home! According to legend, Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto believed that the springs he discovered in the area were actually the fabled fountain of youth. Generations of snowbirds might have disproved this theory, but the Old Florida downtown full of mom and pop shops, the regular festivals, and strong community spirit still make Safety Harbor feel pretty magical!

Safety Harbor got its name because it was known as a refuge from pirates, but you and your salty sea dog are still very welcome here! The city is known as a great place for families, and that includes four-legged family members. Safety Harbor has its own dog park and several community parks that are just furrific for leashed walks. You won’t lack for doggy dining options, either -- no fewer than eight restaurants in town cater to canines. 

If you and your pooch are looking for a pretty place to stretch your legs, then you’re in luck --  you’re close to some fantastically fur-friendly hiking options. No matter how long or short your stay, you’re sure to sniff out something to do in Safety Harbor!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Safety Harbor

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,903/sq mi

    #1 Rainbow Farms

    The Paw Park on 7th St S might not be the biggest in the area, but it’d still be a huge faux paw not to visit! The dog run has the distinction of being the first Paw Park in the entire county. As far as off-leash areas go, this one is a little no-frills, but there’s still enough room for your fur-ball to run around and tire themselves out in!  There’s a separate area for small dogs, so your pooch can socialize be they big or little, and the park is well-shaded, so there’s no need to worry about your pup overheating in the sun.
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    Population Density 3,107/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Safety Harbor (Historic Downtown Safety Harbor)

    Downtown Safety Harbor is a haven for doggy diners! Most of the town’s fur-friendly eateries can be found at the east end of Main Street. There’s something here to suit even the pickiest pups and owners -- you two can stop for a calzone at the Safety Harbor Pizzeria, or pick up a delicious melt at the simply named The Sandwich on Main. If you two are looking for a something a little different, check out Marker 39, a pawesome local joint that specializes in ‘Floribbean’ food. Afterward, you and your buddy can burn it all off with a seaside stroll around Safe Harbor Waterfront Park.
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    Population Density 2,591/sq mi

    #3 Philippe Estates


    Phillipe Park is a real mutts-visit! Named after Count Odet Phillipe, the man credited with bringing the grapefruit to Florida, this beautiful bayside park is one of the most scenic spots in Tampa Bay. Almost all of the walking trails in the park are shaded by gorgeous, mature oak trees, so you and your buddy can enjoy your exercise without worrying about overheating in the Florida sun. Not only that, but many paths have beautiful views of the waterfront! Non-furry family members may also appreciate the park’s two well-maintained playgrounds. Just remember to bring your own waste bags and water!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,857/sq mi

    #4 Oaks Of Northwood


    If you and your pup are looking for a little variety in your off-leash activities, you’d need to be barking mad not to bring them to the Enterprise Dog Park in Clearwater! The off-leash area is huge -- there’s plenty of space for even the most energetic fur babies to leap about to their hearts' content. There’s a couple of walking trails for your pooch to sniff and explore, and as an added bonus, the park has its own agility course, so fitter furry friends are guaranteed a thorough and entertaining workout! Bags and water are provided, but there’s no separate small dog area, so be mindful of your dog’s temperament.

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    Population Density 3,334/sq mi

    #5 Mission Hills

    Do you and your pooch need to get back to nature? If so, Moccasin Lake Nature Park in Mission Hills is a pawfect place to do it! Though the park’s trails wind through perfectly preserved wooded wonderland, the paths themselves are level, making Moccasin Lake an accessible day out for all ages and abilities. Your four-legged pal won’t be able to join you in the park’s nature center, but you two are still free to observe the park’s diverse and interesting wildlife. If your little tearaway is the type to chase after critters, you might want to keep them on a short leash!
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