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    I grew up my whole life surrounded by the love of my pets. I am missing my doggies back home and need some dog love in my life! I will care for your pup as if they were my own!

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    Elisabeth B.
    2022-05-13T18:55:13-07:00
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    I grew up my whole life surrounded by the love of my pets. I am missing my doggies back home and need some dog love in my life! I will care for your pup as if they were my own!

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    2022-05-13T18:55:13-07:00
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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Volcano

    Volcano

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    45 per sq. mi.

    Volcano

    4848

    If you and your pup are hoping to stay close to town, Volcano has a couple urban parks that are perfect for an afternoon out. Bird Park is one of these parks, located along Maona Loa Road. This park has a loop hiking trail that winds through some of the beautiful local flora and fauna of Hawaii. You and Fido can enjoy the sights and smells of the tropical flowers while you listen to the native birds sing. Leashed dogs are welcome in this park, as long as they get picked up after. When it’s time for a pick me up, check out the ‘Ohelo Cafe. Here you can dig into a wood fire pizza next to your best pal at one of the dog friendly tables.

    Mountain View

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    69 per sq. mi.

    Mountain View

    3636

    The neighboring town of Mountain View is rightly named, and has much of the Hawaiian wilderness that locals and visitors love. It’s from this town that you can access the Olaa Forest Reserve. This nature reserve is quite secluded and rustic, and it’ll bring you right back to nature. Here you can explore the trails through the giant ohia trees and hapuu fern trees that grow in this forest. It may be a good idea to bring a GPS into this forest so as to not get lost! Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy this lush green space along with their two legged friends. After working up an appetite, head over to Hilo Coffee Mill in the same neighborhood. The coffee beans they use are grown and roasted on site, so you can enjoy a fresh coffee with your pooch at the dog friendly tables.

    Pahoa Town Center

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    32 per sq. mi.

    Pahoa Town Center

    2424

    In the town center neighborhood of the nearby town of Pahoa, you can gain access the Kahaualea Forest Reserve from Uakoko Road. This forest reserve has unique scenery to enjoy and is just a 20 minute drive away from Volcano. This reserve has gravel and dirt paths that take you deep into the tropical wilderness. Depending on the temperature and the time of day, you can enjoy the spectacular view of the steam vents in the forest. There are restrooms available at the visitors center. For some ocean views, head over to Kaimu Beach Park in the same neighborhood. Here you can walk along the dried lava landscape while watching the waves crash against the rocks. The ocean is rough in this area, so swimming is not recommended. Dogs are welcome in all of these areas as long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.

    Leilani Estates

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    76 per sq. mi.

    Leilani Estates

    1212

    A place that dogs and their walkers love to go near the town of Volcano is in the Leilani Estates neighborhood of Pahoa. The Nanawale Forest Reserve is just 45 minutes away from Volcano, and is a great place to relax in nature with your pup. Here you can find well maintained pathways through a beautiful canopy of ohia trees. The park also features restrooms and picnic facilities, so don’t forget to pack a lunch and dog biscuits! If you’re hoping to stay in this neighborhood a little longer, check out the Kirpal Meditation and Ecological Center. This cabin near the ocean welcomes dogs of any size for no additional fee.

    Wainaku

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    9 per sq. mi.

    Wainaku

    00

    In the neighborhood of Wainaku in Hilo, you can explore the vast and expansive Hilo Forest Reserve with your furry travel companion. This reserve is just under an hour from Volcano, and is comprised of approximately 64,000 acres of public land. From here, you can enjoy some of the many hikes, including the very easy and scenic Kaumana Trail. In this reserve, you can even look straight up the eastern slope of the Mauna Kea volcano. The weather in this mountainous region is often unpredictable, and there are no amenities in this park so come prepared! Dogs are welcome to join in on the fun, as long as they stay leashed and don’t disturb the native wildlife.

    Volcano

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    45 per sq. mi.

    Volcano

    4848

    If you and your pup are hoping to stay close to town, Volcano has a couple urban parks that are perfect for an afternoon out. Bird Park is one of these parks, located along Maona Loa Road. This park has a loop hiking trail that winds through some of the beautiful local flora and fauna of Hawaii. You and Fido can enjoy the sights and smells of the tropical flowers while you listen to the native birds sing. Leashed dogs are welcome in this park, as long as they get picked up after. When it’s time for a pick me up, check out the ‘Ohelo Cafe. Here you can dig into a wood fire pizza next to your best pal at one of the dog friendly tables.

    Mountain View

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    69 per sq. mi.

    Mountain View

    3636

    The neighboring town of Mountain View is rightly named, and has much of the Hawaiian wilderness that locals and visitors love. It’s from this town that you can access the Olaa Forest Reserve. This nature reserve is quite secluded and rustic, and it’ll bring you right back to nature. Here you can explore the trails through the giant ohia trees and hapuu fern trees that grow in this forest. It may be a good idea to bring a GPS into this forest so as to not get lost! Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy this lush green space along with their two legged friends. After working up an appetite, head over to Hilo Coffee Mill in the same neighborhood. The coffee beans they use are grown and roasted on site, so you can enjoy a fresh coffee with your pooch at the dog friendly tables.

    Pahoa Town Center

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    32 per sq. mi.

    Pahoa Town Center

    2424

    In the town center neighborhood of the nearby town of Pahoa, you can gain access the Kahaualea Forest Reserve from Uakoko Road. This forest reserve has unique scenery to enjoy and is just a 20 minute drive away from Volcano. This reserve has gravel and dirt paths that take you deep into the tropical wilderness. Depending on the temperature and the time of day, you can enjoy the spectacular view of the steam vents in the forest. There are restrooms available at the visitors center. For some ocean views, head over to Kaimu Beach Park in the same neighborhood. Here you can walk along the dried lava landscape while watching the waves crash against the rocks. The ocean is rough in this area, so swimming is not recommended. Dogs are welcome in all of these areas as long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.

    Leilani Estates

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    76 per sq. mi.

    Leilani Estates

    1212

    A place that dogs and their walkers love to go near the town of Volcano is in the Leilani Estates neighborhood of Pahoa. The Nanawale Forest Reserve is just 45 minutes away from Volcano, and is a great place to relax in nature with your pup. Here you can find well maintained pathways through a beautiful canopy of ohia trees. The park also features restrooms and picnic facilities, so don’t forget to pack a lunch and dog biscuits! If you’re hoping to stay in this neighborhood a little longer, check out the Kirpal Meditation and Ecological Center. This cabin near the ocean welcomes dogs of any size for no additional fee.

    Wainaku

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    9 per sq. mi.

    Wainaku

    00

    In the neighborhood of Wainaku in Hilo, you can explore the vast and expansive Hilo Forest Reserve with your furry travel companion. This reserve is just under an hour from Volcano, and is comprised of approximately 64,000 acres of public land. From here, you can enjoy some of the many hikes, including the very easy and scenic Kaumana Trail. In this reserve, you can even look straight up the eastern slope of the Mauna Kea volcano. The weather in this mountainous region is often unpredictable, and there are no amenities in this park so come prepared! Dogs are welcome to join in on the fun, as long as they stay leashed and don’t disturb the native wildlife.

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