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Dog Areas in Sydney

Sydney is a small, unincorporated community near Brandon, FL. The area is not densely populated, but it has a postal office and two churches. It's still a great place to visit with Fido and have fun! You can enjoy the amenities of Walden Lake, east of Sydney, and pay a visit to Mango, a town to the northwest. You won't find much in the way of dog-friendly mod-cons here, so feel free to explore Brandon! Parks, cafes, trails, restaurants, and many more attractions are waiting for you in Hillsborough County. Lakeland and Brandon offer ruffly 15 vet clinics so you can find quality care close by.

Keith Waller Park is an expansive green area for your puppy to sniff around and have fun on-leash. It’s a free local park in Dover, two minutes away from Sydney. Here, you will find a vast open space with soft green grass, picnic shelters, and a basketball court. This park is pawpular with local pet owners, so come prepared to make new friends!

Want to stretch your legs? Head to Sydney Dover Trails near Keith Waller Park. The well-developed system of trails ranges from easy to moderate, making it perfect for beginners and seasoned hikers alike! Puppies are welcome to join you on Dover Horse Trail. It's one of the most popular trails, featuring seating and picturesque views!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sydney

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    Population Density 572/sq mi

    #1 Walden Lake

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    Welcome to Walden Lake, a pet-friendly community in the southern part of Plant City in Florida. Here, you can enjoy pawlenty of local outdoor attractions. Searching for a Fido-friendly park? Look no further than Walden Lake Park! Centered on Mud Lake, it’s a pawesome spot for fishing or just walking along the shore with Fido. Bring some bird-safe snacks so you can feed the birds! The doggone best part of the park, though, is the off-leash dog park! Walden Lake Dog Park is a fenced, 2-acre park with a separate section for small pooches. You can use the park for a small annual fee.

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    Population Density 2,333/sq mi

    #2 Shannon Terrace

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    Plant City is a pet-friendly town, and most of its neighborhoods are great for visiting with Fido. Shannon, a community in the downtown area, is a pawfect example. It’s a residential district complete with local small businesses and tons of parks! Plant City Dog Park is the pawfect place for your pooch! It’s a free dog park with a double-gated entrance for added safety. The park features a separate section for small and shy buddies, fresh drinking water, and seating for parents. You will find no better place to socialize and sniff around! Care for a snack? Linda’s Crab Shack is a great seafood spot with welcoming outdoor seating.

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    Population Density 2,584/sq mi

    #3 Mango

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    You will find Mango along E Dr. M.L.K Jr Blvd, on your way to Brandon, FL. It’s an independent populated community with tons of amenities for locals. The residential quarters have access to shops and cafes, and even pups have their own place in the area! Mango Dog Park on Clay Pit Road is excellent for your Fido! Why?  It’s a free, expansive park with separate areas for small and large pooches, picnic tables, and seating. Canines can run and play here all day long! There are water fountains for both humans and pooches, as well as doggie waste stations. Make sure to practice good petiquette and clean up after your dog!

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    Population Density 4,161/sq mi

    #4 Temple Terrace Woods

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    Temple Terrace Woods is a small riverside neighborhood in Tampa. This entirely residential area doesn't have much to offer pooches, other than well-kept sidewalks to explore. Head south to Harney Rd, where you will spot an abundance of local businesses, shops, and city parks with sports fields. Looking to break away from boring city parks? Your puppy will pawsitively love Hilltop Dog Park, a top-notch doggy spot! It’s a pawesome place that's open from sunrise to sunset, except for Mondays. There’s a set of simple rules you have to follow, which is standard for most dog parks. Puppies can enjoy one of two separate sections, drinking water, and the company of the local tail-waggers!

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    Population Density 5,038/sq mi

    #5 Sulphur Springs

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    Sulphur Springs is located in the northern part of Tampa. It's about 30 minutes west of Sydney. The residential area is set near Hillsborough River and the local amenities on N Nebraska Ave. Looking for a park? Rowlett Park is the closest city park. Your pooch will love sniffing around this green space! It’s a shaded area near the bend of Hillsborough River, complete with open space and a network of walking trails! The nature trails wind throughout the park, among pine hammocks and old oaks. The trails are paved and total ruffly 2 miles, making them perfect for beginners! Bring some drinking water with you, and don't forget the leash!

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