Dog walking in Kealakekua

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Dog Walking in Kealakekua

Kealakekua is a lovely town in Hawaii where you will find plenty of natural beauty for you and your pet to enjoy. If you are moving into the area, there is plenty of dog-friendly housing both for sale and for rent that you will want to take a good look at. If you are looking for a place to visit with your dog, Clarence Lum Won Park is very popular with the local dog walkers. You will find dogs of all sizes checking out the grass in this lovely little park. Dogs are a welcome sight as long as they are on-leash and everyone is careful and considerate when cleaning up after themselves and their pets. Dogs should also be comfortable sharing the park with other pups and children. 

Kealakekua is about 15 minutes away from the nearest animal hospital. You will find the staff at the animal hospitals to the north of town are friendly and compassionate toward every pet that comes to visit them. A leash is required throughout the town of Kealakekua, so make sure your dog is comfortable when walking past other dogs and new humans while on a leash. A harness is reccomended if you plan on heading over to any of the nearby beaches. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kealakekua

Central Kealakekua

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Population Density
92 per sq. mi.

Central Kealakekua

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Central Kealakekua is home to a pupular eatery called the Sun Dried Specialties Fish Bowl. This restaurant welcomes dogs to dine with their humans at one of the many outdoor picnic tables. The seafood on offer here is local, fresh, and delicious -- simply pawfect for a doggie lunch date! There are daily specials handwritten on the board every time you come in, so be sure to make some time to make this spot a regular stop for your furry family. After a hearty meal, your dog will be more than ready for a long walk around the block to work off some of those calories before going home.

North Kealakekua

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Population Density
92 per sq. mi.

North Kealakekua

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North Kealakekua is a quiet neighborhood with plenty for you and your dog to explore. The Strawberry Patch restaurant has plenty of unique, locally inspired dishes for you to choose from and lots of outdoor seating. Gypsea Gelato is a delicious desert spot that offers dog-friendly seating at two outdoor tables and has a bench along the sidewalk for any customer overflow if you just can't wait to dig in to your cool treat. Rebel Kitchen is another dog-friendly restaurant with plenty of outside seating where your dog is welcome to join you. The restaurant is known for its own friendly dog host, Gumbo!

Honalo

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Population Density
68 per sq. mi.

Honalo

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Honalo is a quiet town located just a few minutes' drive from Kealakekua. This little community is home to the Kamakana Playground. This playground is pawfect for families that have children with both two and four legs. You can all play together in this local green space, with equipment for the kiddos and grass for the puppers! You will need to bring plenty of doggy clean-up bags and be meticulous about cleaning up behind your pooch to make sure no little ones get overly curious! You will also need to keep your dog leashed at all times and make sure he is comfortable around new children before heading to the playground.

Keauhou Bay

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Population Density
394 per sq. mi.

Keauhou Bay

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Keauhou Bay is a simply pupperific scene to sniff out with your dog during the spring and summer months. The bay is typically quiet and tranquil, making it a great place to stop if your dog gets a little anxious around large groups of people and other dogs. The atmosphere is calm and relaxing for both humans and their pups, so you may want to bring a beach blanket and a book to read while your dog enjoys sticking his nose in the sand and exploring all of the beauty that Keauhou Bay has to offer. Don't forget waste bags for easy clean-up!

Keauhou / Kahaluu

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Population Density
149 per sq. mi.

Keauhou / Kahaluu

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In Hawaii, you're never more than a bone's throw away from a furrific dog-friendly beach. Keahou/Kahaluu is an overlapping area that is home to the Kahaluu Beach Park. If you're in search of a pawfect beach to lounge on for the day with your furry friends, this beach park is well worth the short 20-minute drive from Kealakekua! Your dog will be thrilled to head over to this beach with you, so make sure you pack plenty of drinking water and clean-up bags for the trip. You will also want a good number of clean and dry towels with you.