All City Parks

  • Dreher Park

    This park is located across from the Palm Beach Zoo on Summitt Blvd. Just go into the park to the end, then you will see paw printed fire hydrants that lead to the dog park which has separate areas for small and large pups. Not well known at this time, read more

  • Mary Brandon Park

    Located two blocks south of Forest Hill Blvd. on Georgia Avenue. Open dawn to dusk. Offers fence, benches, parking, poop bags, picnic tables, trash cans, water. Reader Notes: "I had a weird experience at this park. I have been walking my dog at the park (which also has a dog read more

  • South Brohard Park

    Open 7 days a week, 7:00 a.m. to dusk. This is a 300-foot section of beach behind the city's wastewater treatment plant. Offers boardwalk (dune walk over) to the beach, fenced area, parking, trash cans, a drinking fountain and showers for dogs and fire hydrants and leash posts. Dogs must read more

  • Colohatchee Park

    Located at Colohatchee Park, down the street from NE 26st Street and 15th Avenue. This park was opened in February 2007. For more information, please call the Wilton Manors Leisure Services department at 954-390-2130.

  • North Lake Community Park

    Located at 40730 Roger Giles Road. Reader Notes: "The park is fairly new and it's beautiful! It has a concrete path around the whole park that allows a calculated 1.6-mile walk. At the end is a fairly large dog park that has a shaded area to sit and free water read more

  • Sand Point Park

    Located at 101 N Washington Avenue, Titusville. This park has nearly 30 acres and is on the Indian River. Open 7:00 a.m. until dark. Offers picnic tables, shelters, benches and restrooms. Dogs must be on short leashes. Directions: From I-95 take SR-406 Exit-220 and go east 2.8 miles on Garden read more

  • Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park

    Park located on the waterfront, with a pier, jogging path, playground & place to launch canoes.Located at 601 Old Water Street. This is the second largest park in downtown Tampa. A nice, open space, but dogs must be exercised on-leash.

  • Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

    Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park is an 8-acre public park located along the Hillsborough river in downtown Tampa, Florida that opened in its current configuration in 2010.Located at 600 N Ashley Drive, behind the new Tampa Museum of Art. There is a fenced dog park within this park where dogs can read more

  • Giddens Park

    Located across the street from Giddens Park, near the intersection of 12th St. and E. Giddens Avenue in Seminole Heights. Notes from readers: "It's small, but a good place for locals and their pets to meet on a regular basis. It has one section for all dogs and it offers read more

  • West Park Dog Park

    This 5-acre off-leash dog park is divided in 2, with separate areas for small & large dogs.Located at 6402 Occident Road. This Hillsborough County dog park is about 5-acres and offers separate large and small dog sides with separate entrances. Has a grassed area, wading pools for the dogs, water read more

  • Palma Ceia Park

    Located at the intersection of West San Miguel & Marti. The dog park is positioned on the North East corner of the grounds. This park is about 3/4 of an acre and is surrounded by a four-foot chain link fence. Offers a double gated entry with a concrete slab, dog read more

  • Gadsden Park

    Major city park with a lake, sports fields, picnicking, dog area, playground & trails for jogging. Located at 6901 S. MacDill Avenue. Offers large trees for shade, picnic tables, a water spout, bucket, and poop bags. Reader Notes: "This park still has a lot of sand spurs and that when read more

  • Al Lopez Park

    Alligator warning! Use extreme caution if you visit and never allow your dog to roam off leash here. Reader Notes: "We as dog owners should be ashamed of the Al Lopez dog park. I saw owners watch their dogs leave large piles of waste and do absolutely nothing. Worse thing, read more

  • North Shore Historic District

    Located at 7th Avenue and North Shore Dr. NE. This park is one in a series of beautiful waterfront parks facing Tampa Bay. There's about 3 miles of paved sidewalk along the waterfront, from Vinoy Park to Coffee Pot Bayou, for a beautiful walk with your dog. There are some read more

  • Abercrombie Park

    Located on Park Street at 38th Avenue North in St. Petersburg. This park goes 1/4 mile to the water, with a small beach. There is a boardwalk over a small woodland area. Local dog owners let their dogs run loose on the beach, but has been told guests should read more

  • Bicentennial Park

    Located between the Tom Stuart Causeway and Madeira Beach Middle School. If you turn into the Madeira Beach Middle School driveway, at the sign reading "School Traffic Only. No Thru Traffic," and turn right again onto the access road, you'll be just a short distance from a nice park on read more

  • John S. Taylor Park

    Located on 8th Avenue SW. According to a few area residents, this is one of several city and county parks that have a well-marked walking path that people use for their own exercise or to walk dogs on 6' leashes. It has no official facilities for dogs and no beach, read more

  • Walsingham Park

    Located at 12615 102nd Avenue North. Once you enter the park, travel 0.3 miles to the second stop sign, for parking at the dog park. Offers grills, picnic tables, water fountains, restrooms, and a boat launch area. This is a 354-acre Pinellas County park. You can enter from Walsingham Road read more

  • Crest Lake Park

    Located at 201 S. Glenwood, on the northeast corner of Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard and Glenwood Avenue. This park opened in 2003. Offers three separate fenced in areas, benches, handy parking, phone, restrooms and trash cans.

  • San Luis Mission Park

    Located on San Luis Road, off Tharp Street. This park has a good sized fenced in area for dogs to play and explore and dogs are allowed to go around the other areas of the park as long as they are leashed. Directions: From the Capitol, take Monroe Street North read more

  • paws dog park/Treaty Park

    Located at 1595 Wildwood Drive, within the Treaty Park Complex. Hours: sunrise to sunset daily. Features: fenced area, tables, trees, parking, restrooms, poop bags, trash cans, water source, picnic tables and a separate area for small dogs. Directions: from I-95, take exit 94 North to Wildwood Drive, located between SR read more

  • Sapphire Shores Park

    Located in the city's Indian Beach Sapphire Shores neighborhood. Dogs in Sarasota County are required to be leashed, but the city allows unleashed dogs here if they are "within reasonable voice control" of their guardian and "no more than 100 feet away." Note: A thanks from us to the kind read more

  • Bird Key Park

    Located on the John Ringling Causeway, on the way to St. Armands Circle, just east of the bridge. The kind reader who informed us about this dog-friendly beach says it's Sarasota's only beach allowing dogs and cats! Pets must be on leashes or under voice command.

  • 17th Street Paw Park

    Located at 4570 17th Street, east of Beneva Road, west of Honore Avenue. Hours: Dawn to midnight. Lighted area, 6-foot fence, 7 acres, fenced, benches, tables, handicap, poop bags, trees, parking, restrooms, water, trash cans, dog shower, small-dog area, double-gated entrance, bulletin board. Dogs must be on leashes or under read more

  • Red Bug Slough Reserve

    This 72-acre wildlife refuge is dog-friendly, but dogs MUST BE leashed. An official with the Sarasota Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Section says violators will be given citations.72-acre, wooded preserve offering trails, a butterfly garden & a small lake with a fishing dock.

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