Looking for fun things to do in Palm Beach together with your canine companion? We’ve got you covered!
Here’s a list of some of the best dog-friendly attractions and destinations you can find near the Ibis Community in West Palm Beach:
Salty Dog Paddle
104 N Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Navigate the calm open waters of the Intracoastal together with your pooch by booking a private stand-up paddleboarding lesson at Salty Dog Paddle! All lessons are led by certified instructors and make use of custom-made dog-friendly boards, along with life jackets that fit any breed.
Salty Dog Paddle’s waterfront launch site is located at the main dock across from ER Bradley’s Saloon, with lesson introductions held at the restaurant’s lawn. In addition to offering private lessons, Salty Dog Paddle also designs apparel, accessories, and surfing items, with all proceeds from sales donated towards funding emergency medical care for dogs.
Take your four-legged friend on an unforgettable trip to Peanut Island, a dog-friendly island accessible via ferry, boat, or kayak. The island features calm and clear waters that are perfect for dogs who love swimming. If you want to spend an evening under the stars with your dog, camping is allowed on Peanut Island, too.
Remember to keep your dogs on a leash no longer than six feet long at all times when you visit Peanut Island.
Palm Beach Lake Trail
300 Sunset Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480 (Parking and trail access)
The Palm Beach Lake Trail is a terrific trail to explore together with your dog. This picturesque trail runs from north to south along a well-maintained paved path surrounded by picture-perfect views of Lake Worth.
One of the best parts about bringing your dog to the Lake Trail is that there are a lot of shaded areas along the route, in case you and your dog need to catch a breather.
Pooch Pines at Okeeheelee Park
7715 Forest Hill Boulevard,
west of West Palm Beach, Florida
One of the best parks in West Palm Beach for off-leash recreation is Pooch Pines at Okeeheelee Park. The park features three expansive fenced-in areas with double-gated entry points (two for large breeds and one for small breeds), along with everything you need for your dog such as a washing station, drinking fountains, dog bag dispensers, covered trash bins, and shaded areas.
Okeeheelee Park also features over six miles of paved trails that are great for walking your dog.
205 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach, Florida 33405
Indulge in a delicious feast with your dog by taking them to Café Sapori, a top-rated restaurant serving traditional and modern Italian cuisine with flavors from Northern and Southern Italy.
Remember to call them in advance at (561) 805.7313 to make sure they have ample seating for you and your dog.
256 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Located just three blocks from the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, Worth Avenue is a renowned shopping destination highlighted by an array of luxury boutiques.
Worth Avenue is a terrific place to visit for dog owners as it features plenty of pet-friendly al fresco dining venues. There are also several watering fountains scattered around the area in case your dog gets thirsty.
The Royal Poinciana Plaza
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Dogs will love strolling through The Royal Poinciana’s lush garden courtyards, expansive outdoor spaces, and scenic terrazzo walkways. This top-rated Palm Beach shopping destination is home to more than 50 renowned local and international brands, offering a diverse selection of boutiques for visitors.
Many of Royal Poinciana’s shops welcome pets – just look for the “Royal Pups” sticker affixed on windows and doors to identify pet-friendly shops. For added convenience, dog waste stations are located in every courtyard.
251 N. Narcissus Ave,
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Proper Grit is the signature restaurant of The Ben, a luxury waterfront hotel overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.
Diners at Proper Grit can enjoy an incredible brunch experience with their pooches every Saturday with the restaurant’s special “Puppy Brunch” menu which features healthy and delicious dishes for dogs. Proceeds are donated to Palm Beach’s very own Big Dog Rescue Ranch, one of the country’s largest cage-free, no-kill dog shelters.
These are just some of the many terrific dog-friendly destinations you can find in Palm Beach!