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Dog Areas in Captain Cook

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Captain Cook is a fun little town on the island of Hawaii where you will find plenty of room for you and your pup to roam. If you are moving into the town, you will find beautiful homes that welcome dogs, both for sale and for rent. Your family will love going for walks with your dog in this town with plenty of pupperific views to enjoy and fresh air to take in. 

There are four dog-friendly restaurants in the town for your dog's entertainment, meaning he won't have to wait for you at home on family dinner nights! Patz Pies is a local pizza place where your entire family, pups and all, are welcome to enjoy a delicious meal. 

The Arthur L. Greenwood Park is in the middle of town, right next to a local hotel. The Captain Cook Monument Trail starts across the street from this park and goes all the way out to the water for a historic and pup-friendly adventure. The nearest animal hospitals are about 15 to 20 minutes to the north, in the town of Keauhou. You will find the staff at any of these hospitals will treat your precious pup like one of their very own.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Captain Cook

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    Population Density 281/sq mi

    #1 Central Captain Cook

    Central Captain Cook is a place of wonder if you are looking for a neighborhood to walk your dog at the end of a long workday. If you owe Sparky some quality time but you are also hungry, Loko Wraps is a great place to get the best of both worlds. Your dog can join you for a one-of-a-kind wrap at one of their outdoor tables -- as long as he's leashed, of course. If you are just visiting the area, there are many dog-friendly hotels in the area that are worth sniffing out if you want the pawfect place for your visit!
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    Population Density 281/sq mi

    #2 Kealakekua Bay State Historic Park

    The Kealakekua Bay State Historic Park is a pawesome place to be a pup if you are in the town of Captain Cook for any amount of time. There is something for everyone in this huge park! There's a bay and a beach with walking paths and trails. There's also dog-friendly hiking and a historic monument to Captain Cook that is worth seeing, whether you have just a little while or an entire day to spend checking out this wagtastic place. You will want to bring plenty of waste bags along for the journey as well as lots of water!
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    Population Density 281/sq mi

    #3 South Captain Cook

    South Captain Cook is worth sniffing around if you are looking for some green grass with some water to splash around in as well. Napoopoo Park has a beach and walking trails that lead out to the water to accommodate every dog's needs. If you find yourself in need of a pick-me-up before or after your beach adventure, head over to The Coffee Shack for some coffee and some food to get your motor running for the day ahead! Make sure you are fully stocked on doggy waste bags and drinking water if you are going to spend the day out and about.
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    Population Density 281/sq mi

    #4 Middle Keei Road/ Painted Church Road

    Middle Keei Road and Painted Church Road intersect right before you get to the Paleaku Gardens Peace Sanctuary. This botanical garden welcomes dog on certain trails, so be sure to obey all posted signs and make sure your dog is on his best behavior. You will need plenty of waste bags for your trip, as keeping the facilities clean is a must. There is plenty of room to roam around the perimeter of the gardens if you prefer, or if your pup gets a little anxious. Painted Church Road is a great place to take your pup for a stroll if your dog needs to let out a little extra energy.
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    Population Density 64/sq mi

    #5 Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park

    The Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park is a lovely place to visit just 20 minutes to the south of Captain Cook, in the town of Honaunau. This park has plenty of beach access if you want to stay by the water. You will want to bring a beach blanket and plenty of drinking water for your day at the beach with your pup. If you want to go for a walk or a hike, there is room to do that in this park as well. Just make sure you have a harness handy for easy walking through the trails with your pooch.
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