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Dog Areas in Starke

10 Parks
2 Shops
3 Eateries
3 Groomers
Florida is a bustling state filled with tons of activities, great food, and beautiful beaches, making it a prime location to be at with your pup. Starke is a smaller town in Bradford County, Florida, but still offers all the great dog amenities that the rest of Florida does. Home to four veterinarians, Starke is a pawsome place to take Fido for a fun day out.

If Fido is itching to run around, Starke is filled with some great options for your pup to check out. Head over to Starke City Recreation which offers baseball fields, a skate park, playgrounds, picnic tables, and tons of open grass that your dog will love to play fetch on.

Fido doesn't have to go to a picnic in the park to enjoy a tasty meal with you either. Dick's Wings and Grill serves traditional and boneless chicken wings in a variety of different sauces. If you're looking for more traditional American fare, then Beef 'O' Brady's is where you should head. Beef 'O' Brady's serves onion rings, burritos, wraps, and burgers. Both of these restaurants are great to visit since they have outdoor patios that welcome your pup to join you for a tasty meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Starke

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 298/sq mi

    #1 Belmore

    Hiking is a great activity to do with Fido, so grab his leash and head over to the Belmore State Forest. Your dog is welcome to join you in exploring the trails as long as he stays on leash while in the forest. The park offers hunting, a pavilion for shade, picnic tables and grills, and is the perfect place to spend a day enjoying the scenery. While visiting the park, you and your pup can watch the butterflies and dragonflies, take a boat out on the Twin River, and look fot the beautiful wildlife that lives here. Make sure to bring plenty of water and clean-up bags with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 454/sq mi

    #2 Keystone Heights

    The neighborhood of Keystone Heights shares its name with the town, which is thirteen miles out of Starke. Head out to this spot to grab a bite to eat at Tom's High on the Hog Real Pit BBQ. Tom's serves authentic southern style BBQ in a rustic and inviting restaurant. Locals love their succulent smoked brisket and St. Louis style ribs. If you're more of a burger fan, you're still in luck since that's on their menu too. Tom's also features a dog friendly patio and welcomes Fido to join you for some delicious BBQ.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #3 Lake Geneva/ Loch Lommond

    The Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park in Keystone Heights is a fantastic area to take your pup to for a fun day out and an amazing hike. You dog is welcome to join you at the park and on the trails if he remains on leash and is well behaved. The park includes activities like biking, camping, canoeing and kayaking, star gazing, wildlife viewing, and picnicking among other things. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags for Fido.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 67/sq mi

    #4 Heilbronn

    Three miles out of Starke is Kingsley Lake, home to the Kingsley Lake Dog Park. This park is a great place to let your pup run around off-leash and have fun in a safe environment. The park offers plenty of grass for rolling and fetch, agility equipment for adventurous dogs, and a pond to swim in. The park is filled with lush trees to help provide shade for your pup, and he will love all the activities he can do and new friends he can make. Don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 30/sq mi

    #5 Florahome

    If Fido is up for a little bit of a drive, 25 miles out of Starke is the Etoniah Creek State Park in Florahome. This 8,679-acre forest is a great area to take Fido for a fun day hiking and exploring. There are two major trails to explore when in the park, the Tinsley Road Trail and the Fieldhouse Road Trail. The trails will take you past wild animals like deer and turkeys, and winds through the beautiful forest. These two trails tend to be popular among backpackers and the Florida State Forests Trail walkers, so keep your pup leaches while in the park. 
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