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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Webster, FL

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    Population Density 73/sq mi

    #1 Richloam Wildlife Management Area

    If your dog loves to go for walks, head to Richloam Wildlife Management Area, where you’ll find the General James A. Van Fleet State Trail. This trail, which is 29 miles long in total, has an access point in Webster. Locals say this trail is perfect for anyone, with most of the trail being flat and not passing through an intersection. And the best part? Your pooch is welcome to join you! Just make sure to bring a leash and some baggies to clean up any mess Fido might make.
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    Population Density 866/sq mi

    #2 North Clermont

    Twenty minutes east of Webster is Clermont, where you’ll find Lake Hiawatha Park. Don’t let the name fool you: “Dog park” isn’t in the name, but this park does have two separate areas for dogs. One is for large dogs, and the other is for smaller dogs. These two sections are both off-leash, allowing your dog to run around and get his exercise. Clermont is also home to South Lake Trail, where your dog can join you as long as he’s on a leash. So grab your running shoes, some water, and get out there to explore with your pup!
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    Population Density 148/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

    Located 30 minutes southwest of Webster is Dade City, and your dog will love you even more if you take him to downtown’s Dade City Dog Park. This off-leash dog park has plenty of room for your dog to run around and burn off any pent-up energy. The park features agility equipment for the dogs and plenty of seating for dog parents. If you’re in Dade City and feel like doing some shopping, head over to the dog-friendly Top Drawer Antiques. This quaint antique shop welcomes well-behaved dogs into their store, so long as they’re on leashes.
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    Population Density 2,000/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Spring Hill

    If you head 40 miles west of Webster, you’ll end up in Spring Hill, and Fido will definitely thank you! Northwest Spring Hill is home to Rotary Centennial Park Dog Park. This dog park, which spans over 3 acres, has 3 separate sections: one for small dogs, one for large dogs, and another for shy dogs. Whichever type your pup is, he’s sure to make pawesome new friends at this dog park. While the dog park is off-leash, Fido will need a leash if the two of you want to explore the rest of the park.
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    Population Density 169/sq mi

    #5 Central

    If your dog loves walks, head to Brooksville, which is located 30 minutes west of Webster. Withlacoochee State Trail – try saying that 3 times fast – is a 46-mile trail, so you and your pup are both going to get your exercise in. Fido can join you on the trail, so long as you remember to bring a leash and some doggie bags to clean up any messes he might make. Locals advise watching out for wildlife, as you can usually see some while you’re on your walk. Bikers also frequent the trail, so keep your pup close to avoid any collisions.
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