Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Palm Coast, FL

There are 3 dog-friendly hiking trails in Palm Coast. 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 Palm Coast.

Pet Friendly Washington Oaks Gardens State Park
Washington Oaks Gardens State Park Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River, the dog-friendly Washington Oaks Gardens State Park preserves 425 acres of coastal scenery along State Road A1A in Palm Coast, FL. The park's eastern boundary holds one of the largest outcroppings of coquina rock on the Atlantic Ocean, creating a picturesque boulder-strewn beach. Pets may be on the walking and hiking trails only. Pets may not be in the formal gardens or on the beach side of the park. See Details
Pet Friendly Princess Place Preserve
Princess Place Preserve The Princess Place Preserve is a historic site in Palm Coast, Florida where leashed dogs are allowed. It is located between SR A1A and I-95, on Pellicer Creek, just south of the St. Johns/Flagler county line. On May 2, 1997, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. See Details
Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail Leashed pets are permitted to walk dog-friendly Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail in Palm Coast, FL. The trail is approximately 8 miles of abandoned railroad corridor which parallels the scenic Lehigh Canal. The tree lined trail is fully paved and attracts dog walkers, runners and cyclists. See Details
Palatka to St. Augustine State Trail The Palatka to St. Augustine State Trail in East Palatka, FL, is dog friendly. This multi-use paved trail runs through scenic landscapes, wooded areas, and agricultural surroundings in the Florida countryside. The pathway is broken up into different sections, some complete and some incomplete. See Details
North Peninsula State Park North Peninsula State Park in Ormond Beach, FL, is pet friendly. Unfortunately, Fido isn't welcome on the beaches, in any buildings, or in the water at this park, but they can still enjoy the bike path along State Road A1A or the two-mile Coastal Strand Trail, which, for the wildlife-lovers, is home to the gopher tortoise and the Eastern indigo snake. See Details
Palm Coast, FL, US