Other Dog Activities in Homosassa, FL

There are 2 other dog friendly attractions in Homosassa. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Homosassa.

Pet Friendly Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park
Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed inside this park due to the wildlife. This wildlife park has complimentary, self-service kennels so you can leave your dog in a shaded, protected area while you are in the park. Water bowls are provided in each kennel and there is a hose nearby to fill the bowls. There are two large kennels and three smaller crates. The large kennels would each accommodate 2-3 larger dogs (labs or retrievers) and the smaller crates are comfortable for small-medium dogs like terriers or small standard poodles. See Details
Pet Friendly Chassahowitzka River Boat Launch
Chassahowitzka River Boat Launch Chassahowitzka River Boat Launch is a pet-friendly boating, SUP and kayaking spot. The Chassa is dog friendly in every way, including the campground, boat ramp and springs. Rent a kayak and explore the water with your pooch. See Details
Crystal River Archaeological State Park Crystal River Archaeological State Park is a 61-acre ,dog-friendly recreation area in Florida. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy the trails, as long as they are on a leash under 6 feet. The park is steeped in Native American history and is home to a number of burial grounds. Located on an expansive coastal marsh, fishing and bird watching are the most popular activities to partake in at this location because of the variety of fish in the waters and birds in the air. Unfortunately, pets are not permitted inside the visitor center. There is an entrance fee per vehicle to enter the park. See Details
Explorida Fido is welcome to join you on a private tour with Explorida, a dog-friendly boat tour in the historic downtown district of Crystal River. See manatees, dolphins, or take a sunset cruise through the Gem of the Nature Coast. See Details