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Dog Areas in Pass Christian

Nicknamed The Pass, Pass Christian used to be inhibited by Native Americans, and the various Indian mounds attest to that. In more recent history, the place was almost completely destroyed twice by Hurricane Camille in 1969 -- which was the second strongest cyclone and the sixth strongest hurricane in recorded history -- and Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

If you and your dog decide to visit this interesting place, you'll find a great off-leash area near Pass Christian, at Larroux Park in Bay Saint Louis, located ruffly 7 miles away.

What's even better is that Pass Christian is located 23 miles away from one of the most populous cities in Mississipi: Biloxi. In Biloxi, you can stay at more than 15 pet-friendly accommodations and have fun with your pup at more than 10 dog-friendly restaurants and bars. 

When it comes to dog-friendly amenities in Pass Christian, you can either choose one of the Airbnb rentals, or some of the beautiful cottages or waterfront houses for rent. Just 10 miles up the coast in Gulfport, you can visit 9 hotels and resorts and 3 campgrounds that welcome doggos! No need to travel for vet care -- Pass Christian has a veterinary hospital that will be there for your dog in case of accident or emergency. A very dog-welcoming place where you can enjoy some delicious seafood is Shaggy's Pass Harbor.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pass Christian

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    Population Density 764/sq mi

    #1 Waveland

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    For the pooches that prefer to run around in the sand and jump in the cool waves of Bay St Louis, Hancock County Beaches are the pawfect place to play! Your pooch will have to be leashed if you decide to visit one of the beaches, although a lot of people let their pups off-leash. You will have to be a responsible doggie pawrent and clean up after your dog as well. The beaches are usually not crowded and give you the chance to enjoy a nice, peaceful day spent in the sun. You should also bring fresh water with you. The shallow water makes the place safe for your dog to swim in.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,833/sq mi

    #2 West Biloxi

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    Twenty miles up the coast, you can visit the Biloxi Dog Park if you prefer a nice fenced park rather than a sandy beach. The park is located in West Biloxi and provides a water hose so your thirsty pup can hydrate properly or cool off. The park tends to get a little muddy, so if you decide to take your pup there, don't forget to take a towel. The seating area is limited -- there is only one bench to sit on. Bring bowls and waste baggies so you can clean up after your pooch. There are trash cans where you can dispose of your pup's waste.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,324/sq mi

    #3 Ocean Springs Beach

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    Twenty-six miles away from Pass Christian is another beach that you and your dog can enjoy called Ocean Springs Beach, located in West Ocean Springs. The beach is easily accessible and you can find parking nearby. This sandy beach will be a pawfect daycation destination both for you and your leashed pooch! Water is available here; just remember to bring a bowl. Prefer to take a walk instead? You'll find sidewalks on which you can walk your pup. Garbage cans are provided, and there are showers where you can rinse the sand out of Fido's fur. The marvelous views and peaceful atmosphere make this a great place for a family gathering!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 171/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Biloxi

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    If you want something different and more adventurous, you should check out the Biloxi Shrimping Tour! This boat tour is very safe -- it's out in the calm bay waters, and you and Fido will learn a lot of new things about shrimp and the shrimping industry. The tour and crew are extremely dog-friendly, so you are sure to have a pawesome time! This 70-minute tour will teach you not only how to catch shrimp, but also how to cook this traditional delicacy. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are more than welcome to join you inside the shaded cabin. Plus, this adventure is super affordable! Just remember to bring cash; the boat doesn't accept cards.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 0/sq mi

    #5 Shepard State Park

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    Shepard State Park Bark Park is a fenced area best suited for medium-sized and small doggos. It is located a little bit further away than the previously mentioned activities, around 49 miles away from Pass Christian. However, the trip will be well worth it since the place offers a clean green area where your dog will have paw-lenty of fun! If you decide to pay a visit to the park, don't forget to bring fresh water with you, as well as poop baggies for taking care of your pup's business. Waste bins and pooper scoopers are provided there. Doggies are allowed on the trails outside of the fenced area as long as they are leashed!
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