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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Zana

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 51/sq mi

    #1 Indiantown

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    This spacious yet close-knit community offers easy access in and out of the area via the Southwest Kanner Highway, and is located 10 miles southeast of Zana. Dupuis Management Area is a huge outdoor hunting and recreational space where you can hunt, horseback ride, camp and hike. Dogs that are kept on a tight leash are allowed to enjoy all activities with their owners except for hunting; the only type of hunting dogs can partake in is small game like rabbits and squirrels. If all the hiking, camping and hunting has you feeling famished, you and your pooch can visit the Seminole Inn, where dogs are allowed to dine on their patios with their people.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 24/sq mi

    #2 Taylor Creek

    36

    Lake Okeechobee is about 15 miles northwest down the US-441 South highway from Zana, where it is surrounded by waterways and overlooks the massive Lake Okeechobee. The Okeechobee KOA Resort provides locals and guests with the opportunity to camp, golf, play tennis, go swimming, workout, boat, bike, fish, hike or relax in the hot tub. Dogs that are well-behaved and kept on leash are allowed on the campgrounds and hiking trails. However, they are not permitted in any of the other areas of the resort. If you are visiting from out of town, the Okeechobee Resort is an excellent place to stay for individuals with dogs. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 55/sq mi

    #3 Whispering Pines

    24

    Whispering Pines is a quaint community that offers easy access in and out of the area from US-441 South, which is about 20 miles from Zana. Nearby Taylor Creek/Nubbins Slough is a huge land resource area that offers fun activities like biking, hiking, bird watching, and to watch the local wildlife; dogs that are kept on a tight leash are allowed to use the hiking trails and bask in the breathtaking scenery. Tin Fish, Brown Cow Sweetery, and Lightsey’s Seafood Restaurant are the dog-friendly restaurants in the area that permit pups to relax outside on their covered patio areas.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,634/sq mi

    #4 Port St. Lucie

    12
    Roughly 35 miles from Zana, Port St. Lucie is a well-known city that is a hub for dining, entertainment and shopping! Lynngate Dog Park is an off-leash dog park that has three separate play areas for small, medium and large dogs; it also includes fun mazes, sitting areas for humans, agility equipment, water fountains and waste stations. Old Hammock Park, Whispering Pines Park, Turtle Run Park, and Veterans Memorial Park are all local spaces you can take your pooch for a long walk or a quick potty break! There are a number of restaurants in the area that accommodate dogs, including Shea’s Pub, Thirsty Turtle, The 19th Hole and Sandpiper Room, and Americana Café to name a few.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,603/sq mi

    #5 Stuart

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    Stuart, Florida is a waterfront community about 30 miles from Zana that is literally surrounded by the St. Lucie River. This community provides residential areas, park access, and plenty of entertainment. Poppleton Creek Dog Park is a fun space where your pup can enjoy themselves off-leash in a safely gated environment that includes a separate area for small dogs, picnic tables and shade trees, and a lake for your pooch to swim in! Local Shepard’s Park, Memorial Park, and Sailfish Ballpark all provide sidewalks and open spaces that make any one of them an excellent place to take Fido for a walk or jog. 

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