Dog Friendly Beaches in Florida (Page 2 of 3)
A must-visit place in Miami. Close to numerous shops, restaurants, and bars. The entrance is free. Closed from midnight to 5 a.m. Offers two outdoor fitness gyms.
Offers some of the best beach recreations in Miami, including world-class hotels, a variety of restaurants and a clean beach. Shallow area for kids. Bicycle-friendly.
This beautiful place suits people of all ages and swimming abilities. Parking is limited and you have to wait sometimes. Features walking paths for wildlife watching.
Uncrowded spot full of history about African Americans. Well-kept. Features restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, some businesses, and homes in the district. Pet-friendly.
Sandy drive-on beach. A good place for tranquility and seclusion. Sunbathing, swimming, picnicking, flying a kite, fishing are options to choose from. Pet-friendly.
Popular family-friendly park with volleyball courts, a multipurpose court, a skate park, a children’s playground. During your swimming be cautious of riptides signs.
Secluded resort with private cottages on a tropical island. There are no shops and only one restaurant. Features an in-house spa with exotic treatments and massages.
A really small stretch of sand is good enough to bring your dog. It is not for people swimming. No facilities. Features a dog-friendly eatery with a great view.
Located on the only natural sand beach in Key West. It's rocky, so bring your water shoes. No self-parking. Features swimming pool with cabanas and a signature restaurant.
A nice little beach for outdoor enthusiasts, offering seclusion, quiet, and plenty of wildlife. Restrooms, rinse showers, and picnic areas.
Calm and clean. Lots of access points. Paid parking. Limited amenities, no toilet, so make sure you took everything needed. Hard-packed sand is good for strolling.
Small cozy but never overcrowded. Eateries are down the road. Shelling, birdwatching, picnicking are refreshing options for a "daycation". Pet-friendly. Free parking.