Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Bonita Springs, FL

There are 9 dog-friendly hiking trails within 20 miles of Bonita Springs. 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 Bonita Springs.

Pet Friendly Koreshan State Park
Koreshan State Park Koreshan State Park is a vast dog-friendly open area in Estero, FL. The park is an ideal place to enjoy a picnic, take advantage of the camping facilities, explore trails or gain access to the Estero River for canoeing. The Koreshan State Historic Site is also situated within the state park grounds. Pet owners should note that there are alligators in the area and dogs should be leashed near the water's edge. See Details
Pet Friendly John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail
John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail is a great place to walk your dog in Fort Myers, FL. The dog-friendly trail is well shaded on the southern-most section. The trail can be accessed by sidewalk or paths at: Daniels Parkway, Crystal Drive, and Colonial Boulevard. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
Lovers Key State Park Enjoy over five miles of multi-use trails with Fido at pet-friendly Lovers Key State Park in Fort Myers Beach, FL. Hike with your leashed pup as you discover wildlife along scenic paths, including the popular 2.5-mile Black Island Trail. There is an admission fee, and dogs are not allowed on the beach. See Details
Estero Bay Preserve State Park Estero Bay Preserve State Park is a pet-friendly destination in Fort Myers, FL. Bring your leashed pooch on an adventure to explore miles of trails through a large area of undeveloped conservation land. The longest trail is 4.4 miles and meanders through flatwoods and tidal swamps. There is an entrance fee, and visiting in the drier months is recommended as some of the trails may be flooded during the rainy summer months. See Details
Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is a dog-friendly attraction in Naples, FL. Well-behaved pets are welcome to explore the park on a six-foot, hand-held leash. Dogs are not allowed on the beaches and owners must bring bags to clean up after their pets. Park amenities include a nature trail, a picnic pavilion and restroom facilities, and there is an entrance fee. See Details
Buckingham Community Park Buckingham Community Park features pet-friendly, primitive trails for leashed dogs in Fort Myers, FL. This popular recreation area has a playground, athletic fields, and a fenced dog park for off-leash fun. Enjoy a walk with Fido around the nearby pond, with parking spots available at the trailhead near the Barkingham Dog Park. See Details
Wa-Ke Hatchee Park Wa-Ke Hatchee Park is a pet-friendly destination in Fort Myers, FL, where leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy a stroll with you around the pond or relax on the lawn for an afternoon picnic. In addition to walking paths, this community park features athletic fields and courts, a pavilion, charcoal grills, corn hole, a playground, and restrooms. If Fido still has energy to burn after walking the trails, you can stop by Woof-A-Hatchee Dog Park, located within the park, for some off-leash exercise. See Details
Baker Park Baker Park in Naples, FL, is a dog-friendly 15-acre waterfront park located along the Gordon River. The park is located across the street from Naples Dog Park. It offers expansive green spaces, walking trails, playgrounds, and sports courts for recreational activities. Visitors can enjoy picnics, leisurely strolls, and outdoor games while taking in the serene surroundings of this urban oasis. Leashed dogs are also welcome on Baker Park Loop, a 1.3 mile scenic trail. See Details
Gordon River Greenway The Gordon River Greenway serves as an ecological oasis in Naples, FL. The pet-friendly 140-acre park features a 2.5-mile network of asphalt, mulch, and boardwalk trails that wind through six distinct native plant communities, offering a serene setting for walking leashed dogs. The park features piers, a kayak/canoe launch with a storage rack, bike racks, restrooms with water fountains, a playground complete with a treehouse, and picnic pavilions. See Details
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