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Hi, I'm Lili! I've had different breeds of dogs for my whole life, from Labradors to Shih tzus. I've spent the past few years on a farm in Hawaii taking care of three dogs! I live in Greenwich Village currently but wouldn't mind getting on the subway if walking from my location is too far. I also love just walking around neighborhoods and through parks and would be happy to bring a pup along with me! I have lots of experience walking, feeding, and bathing dogs. I'd love to meet your dog.

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Dog Walking in Princeville

Princeville is a planned resort community that's located on the north side of the island of Kauai. There are several vacation villa complexes and resort hotels here. When you need professional care for your pup, you'll find a veterinarian about ten miles to the east of town. 

Go hiking along the Sleeping Giant Trail in Wailua with your special pal. The trailhead for this pawtastic hiking trail is located on Haileilio Road, about 25 miles southeast of Princeville. Walk through the forest as you climb the mountain ridge. Dogs on a leash can join you on your trek here. Bring water and waste bags with you for your visit.

Another great path to check out with your fur baby is Ke Ala Hale Makalae, located in Kauai. This paved multi-use trail is part of the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Walk along the coast on this interpretive path with your four-footed companion. You'll be able to learn some of the island's history from plaques posted along the way. This hike also offers incredible coastal and ocean views. Leashed dogs are permitted here as long as you clean up after them. Remember to bring some water with you for you and your pal.

The resort town of Princeville provides access to a number of trails and beaches that allow you to bring dogs on a leash.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Princeville

Princeville

48
Population Density
1,534 per sq. mi.

Princeville

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Princeville consists of resort hotels, vacation villas, and some private residences. There are some wooded areas and quiet neighborhood streets where you can walk your pooch. If you want a challenging hike with your furry friend, head south about four miles to the Powerline trailhead. This unmaintained trail offers stunning views of both the island and the ocean. The full trail is 13 miles, so plan your day accordingly. Make sure you pack lots of water and waste bags for your trip. Dogs on a leash that can be up to six feet long are allowed to join you on this pawtastic trail.

Hanalei Beach

36
Population Density
164 per sq. mi.

Hanalei Beach

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Located just souteast of Princeville, Hanalei Beach has private residences and some local businesses. There's a pier and two beaches here where you and your canine pal can go to enjoy the surf. Head to Black Pot Beach on the northern side of Hanalei Pier. Let your dog play in the surf or walk along the rocky part of the shoreline. Bring along some food to grill and share a barbecue on the beach with your fur baby! Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you in designated areas. Make sure you bring along waste bags and clean up after your pup when you visit.

Waioli

24
Population Density
6 per sq. mi.

Waioli

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Waioli is southwest of Princeville in Hanalei. There are single-family homes, an elementary school, and a few parks here. Go for a quiet jog along the beach with your canine companion in this neighborhood. When you want to take a challenging hike with your fur baby, take him on the Kalalau Trail off Kuhio Highway, located about seven miles west of this neighborhood. There are some steep pathways on this route. Make sure you bring your own beverages or a water filter for the trip. Dogs need to be on a non-retractable leash that's no longer than six feet. Remember to bring waste bags with you.

Hanalei Homesteads

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Population Density
46 per sq. mi.

Hanalei Homesteads

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Hanalei Homesteads is a small neighborhood of private estates that's just southeast of town. There are peaceful country roads here where you and your special pal can enjoy a little walk together. To treat Spot to some social time with other pups, take him about 7.5 miles northeast of here to the Kauai North Shore Dog Park. This fenced facility has water stations, seating, and separate areas for small and large dogs. Let your canine companion romp with other four-footed members. Dogs need to be healthy and non-aggressive. Make sure you clean up after your pet when you use this park.

Kalihiwai Ahupua`a

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Population Density
676 per sq. mi.

Kalihiwai Ahupua`a

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Located about five miles east of Princeville, this oceanside neighborhood has private estates near the beach. There are some quiet areas where you can wander along the water with your pup here. If you're looking for a pawesome park to visit with your fur baby, head to Kalihikai Park off Anini Road. This lovely facility has some open lawn and beach access. Take a stroll on the beach or spread a blanket in the grass to enjoy a picnic with your pooch. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are permitted here as long as you pick up their waste. Bring some water with you for your outing.