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Dog Areas in Eleele

2 Parks
2 Eateries

Eleele is a pupperific place to call your next home! If you are searching for a place with lots of local character and plenty of outdoor excitement for your family, look no further! Right in the middle of the town, you will find the Kiaha Reservoir, which has lots of room to walk your dog around on a nice sunny day. You will need plenty of energy for this trek, as your dog will want to just keep right on walking while you enjoy the spectacular views of water, trees, and wildlife. There is also a public park with no name on Uliuli Road with plenty of green grass to roll around in. 

The nearest animal hospital is ten minutes to the east in the town of Kalaheo. The staff will make sure your pup is taken care of like one of their own, so you can focus on keeping your pup in the best shape of his life. You will need to keep a leash and collar or harness with tags on your dog while making your way around the town of Eleele, but you will both be too busy enjoying the scenery and making new friends to mind much!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Eleele

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,463/sq mi

    #1 Central Eleele

    Central Eleele is the pawfect place to bring your pup for a family-friendly meal. The Port Allen Sunset Grill and Bar is a pup-friendly establishment with plenty of food, drinks, and a puptacular view of the coast. With plenty of outdoor seating and friendly staff, you will find a little something for everyone in your party if you head to this restaurant. Just make sure you have plenty of waste bags and a comfortable way to eat hands-free while keeping your pup on-leash and next to you. Keep an eye on Sparky in case he needs to take a quick trip around the block!
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    Population Density 2,463/sq mi

    #2 North Eleele

    North Eleele is a puptastic residential area that gives you and your family plenty of room to roam and enjoy the fresh island air. You will find lots of dog-friendly real estate with plenty of grass and fencing to accommodate your family needs. The Hiloa Stream is a pupular trail for dog walkers to follow in the area. The view of the water and the surrounding trees mixed with the sounds of nature make for a great little getaway spot, no matter how stressful your week has been. Just keep plenty of doggy waste bags in your pocket or bag for the walk.
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    Population Density 2,463/sq mi

    #3 South Eleele

    South Eleele is a pupperific place to take your dog out for the day if the two of you enjoy being by the water. There are several small beaches along the coast on this side of town. You can take your pup for a quick tour of the famous Glass Beach, but you will want to admire from afar as the glass fragments that give this beach its name can be dangerous for little paws! You can head up the coast a bit for some of the most beautiful cliffs and views of the ocean that you will find for many miles!
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    Population Density 2,463/sq mi

    #4 Wahi-awa Beach

    Wahi-awa Beach is just a few minutes from the southern part of Eleele. This beach is dog-friendly and is a great spot to lay out a beach blanket, set up your beach chair, and enjoy the sun and surf. When taking your pup with you onto the sand, make sure you check the temperature! If the sand is too hot for your feet, it is too hot for your pup's paws! Make sure you have plenty of drinking water and doggy clean-up bags for your day by the water at Wahi-awa Beach. Treats are always a good idea as well!
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    Population Density 2,463/sq mi

    #5 Salt Pond Road

    If you head along the coast to the west, you will find the tranquil and welcoming Salt Pond Park. This decent sized park has plenty to offer no matter your interests, from kayaking to swimming to walking the trails that wind through the park and along the water. You will want to have a harness on your pup if you plan on walking through the park for a while. A pup-sized life jacket is a great idea if you plan on taking your dog out on the water with you (not all dogs can doggie paddle!). Make sure you have plenty of water to drink and you are all set!
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