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Dog Areas in West Palm Beach

3 Parks
1 Eatery
4 Groomers

West Palm Beach is situated within the Palm Beach County (Florida) and makes up one of the three largest cities in Southern Florida. West Palm Beach has around 102,000 people living there with 27,258 households that have either a dog, cat, bird, or horse. When you are in West Palm Beach, whether you live in the heart of it, or you are making a visit of it while you are trekking around Florida, you will find plenty of pet-friendly places to go.

There are four dog parks where you can let your fur baby run around off the leash. The Dreher Dog Park, across the street from the Palm Beach County Zoo, has lots of shade and water available. The Pooch Pines at Okeeheelee Park is fenced and has a wash station, shade, benches, and fountains. The Currie Park has trails, soccer fields, and a picnic area, but Fido has to stay on a leash. City Paws Park in Howard Park has places for both large and small dogs, water fountains, and plenty of shade. After you and Fido have run around the park check out a few of the great places to eat where you do not have to leave Fido at home. Notable local favorites include John Bull English Pub, Il Bellagio, Pistache French Bistro, Grease Burger Bar, and Howley’s Diner.

After you wear out the dogs, you can leave them at the hotel, like the Red Roof Inn West Palm Beach or DoubleTree by Hilton. This will free you up to do some shopping at Palm Beach Outlets, see some sculpture art at Norton Museum of Art, or view the wide range of kinds of animals at the Palm Beach Zoo. You can also check out some of the local talents at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Palm Beach

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    Population Density 3,860/sq mi

    #1 Grandview Heights

    If your dog loves making new fur-iends, then Grandview Heights’ City Paws dog park is the place to be! This large, off-leash dog park has sections for both small and large dogs so that your pet can play with dogs his own size. Although your dog might enjoy having fun in the sun, there are plenty of benches and shady areas for owners to relax in. If your pet gets thirsty, there are also water fountains for the both of you. Locals say this dog park is usually busy, so your pet is sure to find another dog to run around with.
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    Population Density 2,549/sq mi

    #2 Northwood Pines

    West Palm Beach’s Northwood Pines is sure to be a ball for you and your pet, regardless of if you’re looking for somewhere for play-time or chow-time. Currie Park is an on-leash dog park where you and your pet can have fun exploring and meeting plenty of other pawesome dogs! Once you’re done exploring the park, head over to Café Centro, an old-fashioned piano bar that serves classical Italian food. Your dog is welcome to join you at any of the outdoor tables on the patio. A leash is required, as is good behavior.
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    Population Density 3,860/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

    If you’re looking for somewhere Fido-friendly to eat, Downtown West Palm Beach is your best bet. This section of the city has a wide variety of options, so there’s something for you to chow down on no matter what your taste buds are craving. If you’re in the mood for burgers and beer, head over to Grease Burger Bar, where your dog is welcome to join you on the outdoor patio. If you’re looking for international fare, stop by Pistache French Bistro, which has plenty of outdoor seating for you and your best pal. Leashes are required at both restaurants.
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    Population Density 4,099/sq mi

    #4 Southland Park

    If you’re looking for somewhere to eat and want to avoid the rush of downtown, head to West Palm Beach’s Southland Park. City Diner is a 50s style diner serving up American classics, including waffles, eggs, and steak. The diner is also dog-friendly; Fido can join you on the shaded patio. If you want something different, try Sushi Jo’s. Sushi Jo’s serves Asian and Asian-inspired dishes, and your dog is welcome to join you at any of the restaurant’s numerous outdoor tables. Both restaurants require your dog to be on a leash.
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    Population Density 3,434/sq mi

    #5 Riviera Beach


    Riviera Beach, located about 10 minutes north of West Palm Beach, is home to Peanut Island, where you and your dog can have poodles of fun! The island is accessible by a $10 ferry ride, by kayak, or by boat. While your dog must remain on his leash on the island, there’s plenty of fun to be had, whether your dog enjoys digging in the sandy beaches or playing in the ocean tides. If you’re feeling adventurous, your dog can even join you to camp on the island. Locals advise making sure you bring some bags to pick up any mess your dog might make.

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