How are you and your pup adjusting to life in your Daytona apartments? The fall semester is in full swing, and your dog is probably wishing you still had time to take him/her on long walks. If you want to make it up to your dog, we recommend that you bring him/her to one of the dog parks on the list below.
This week’s blog is all about the best dog parks in Daytona Beach, as rated by Yelp reviewers and reviewers on the website BringFido.com. Without further delay, let’s get right to the list of parks! When you’re done reading through it, please be sure to share the link to this page with your friends and neighbors at your community of apartments in Daytona Beach.
The first park on our list has more amenities than any of the other parks in Daytona Beach, and that’s because it’s operated by the good people who run the Halifax Humane Society. The park has multiple benches for owners to sit on and chat, obstacle courses for the pups to try out, and plenty of trees to provide extra shade. It’s colorful, fun, and should provide a nice Instagrammable backdrop for any puppy photoshoots.
This dog park also has areas for both large and small dogs to run around off-leash, and water fountains for dogs and people. If you start going to this park, we recommend that you bookmark the Halifax Humane Society website to stay up to date with all the events that the society hosts at this park.
There’s only one dog park in Daytona Beach with a statue of a dog in it, and it’s Manatee Island Dog Park. The statue is in remembrance of Brownie, the Daytona Beach town dog who hung around local shops and restaurants in the late 1950s. When he died in 1954, more than 75 people showed up to his funeral.
This dog park is unlike any other park in Daytona in that it’s on an island with no car traffic. You have to park on the mainland and walk across a bridge to get to the park. Once there, you’ll be able to let your dog run around and explore. Plus, the park has an awesome old school sign that’s just begging to be photographed.
The last park on our list is well-maintained, has plenty of picnic tables and is big enough to allow your dogs to run around off-leash for an hour without sniffing the same tree twice. Be sure to be on the lookout for all the extra tennis balls that can usually be found in this park!
That’s the end of our list, but those are just a few of the many top-notch dog parks in Daytona Beach. We hope you get the chance to check them all out, and that you enjoy them just as much as your dog does!
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