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    Pooch Pines Dog Park

    Pooch Pines Dog Park is located at 7715 Forest Hill Blvd., within Okeeheelee Park on Forest Hill Boulevard, just east of Florida's Turnpike and west of West Palm Beach. Directions: From I-95, take Forest Hill Boulevard exit in West Palm Beach and travel west approximately 6 miles to the main Okeeheelee Park entrance on the north (right) side of the road. Turn right into the park and follow the park road to the Pooch Pines sign. Turn right at the sign and the dog park is at the top of the hill across from the Nature Center. Offers 5 acres, separate fenced areas, two for large dogs and one for small dogs, double-gated entry, three gazebos, three drinking fountains, with fountains for the dogs attached, shaded benches, a paved dog-wash station, bike rack, poop bags, restrooms, parking and trash cans.     Please Share...

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    Howard Park Community Center

    CityPaw Dog Park is located within Howard Park Community Center. To get there, take I-95 to Okeechobee east to Parker Avenue. Then take a right and go past the fire station. Take a left, go to first stop sign, take another left and you will be on the back side of Howard Park. Go past the open soccer field and CityPaw is on your left. Open dawn to dusk. Please Share...

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    Wellington Dog Park

    Wellington Dog Park features 3 fenced in acres for dogs to play off-leash, separated into sections for small, medium, and large dogs. Offers pavilions for shade, wash stations, water fountains for dogs and people, walking paths and waste disposal stations.       Please Share...

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    Vero Beach Dog Park

    Vero Beach Dog Park is leased from the City of Vero Beach by Vero Dog Park, a Florida nonprofit, and is operated, managed and maintained by same. The park is a 5-acre, off-leash dog park, open 24 hours a day, dawn to dusk, at no charge to the public. It is supported entirely by donations and volunteers. Please Share...

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    Brohard Paw Park

    Brohard Paw Park is located at 1600 Harbor Drive. Hours are daily, 7 a.m. to dusk. Offers fenced area (with 6' fences,) benches, tables, shelter, handicap access, trees, parking, water, trash cans, small dog area, poop bags, dog shower. The park is also adjacent to the only beach area in Sarasota County where dogs are allowed to roam free - see separate listing. Reader Notes: "This park is open all the time- not just Wednesdays and Saturdays. You can go there every day starting very early in the morning up until about 30 minutes after sunset. "I declare this park and the beach to be the best dog-friendly areas in the state."     Please Share...

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    Woodmere Dog Park

    Located at 3951 Merewood Blvd at Alligator Creek, off Woodmere, near Jacaranda. Hours are dawn to dusk. Offers fenced area, double-gated entrance, benches, tables, handicap access, trees, parking, restrooms, water, trash cans, double-gated small dog section near the front gate, poop bags, dog shower, bulletin board. Reader Notes: "This park has plenty of room for both large and small dogs, fire hydrants, automatic water dishes that refill themselves, a timeout pen for the naughty pups, a dog shower, plenty of benches and picnic tables, an air-conditioned restroom, drinking fountains, even enough room for the Greyhounds to run and play!"   Please Share...

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    Wellington Dog Park

    Located at Aero Club and Greenbriar Blvd. Open all days except Thursday, sunrise to sunset. This 3-acre dog park offers benches, tables, poop bags, trees, parking, water, trash, restrooms and separate areas for big and small dogs. One of our readers says this park is very nice, but has little shade. She said it offers one huge area, maybe 2 of the above-noted 3 acres, for large dogs and the remaining acre for small ones. She said there is ample water, a couple of picnic tables and poop supplies. Even more important, she said, nearly all the dogs are well behaved which makes for an enjoyable outing. Please Share...

  • West Orange Dog Park

    Located on at 150 Windermere Road. Offers two fenced areas, one for small dogs, the other for large dogs, with a pool for both areas, obstacle course and play areas for fetch and agility practice. Directions: Take SR-50 in Winter Garden, go south on Beulah Road, left on Marshall Farms Road (near the West Orange High School) and the park will be on your right. For more information, call 407-656-3299. Please Share...

  • Hound Ground Paw Park

    Located on about 3 acres within Central Winds Park, 1000 E. State Road 434. The facility offers separate areas for large and small dogs, splash zones, water fountains, dig boxes, dog play structures, dog walkways for dogs and their humans and time-out zones for rowdy pups. Obedience and agility training and fly-ball competitions will be available later. Note: For residents of other cities who would like to know how to start a dog park in their area, it might be helpful to know that this dog park was built with a $75,000 state grant and $25,000 provided by the city of Winter Springs. Efforts were initiated and shepherded by a citizen's advocacy group called "Friends of Leash Optional Parks" detailed at the above web site link. Please Share...

  • Meadowood Paw Park

    Located at Meadowood Loop and Alston Avenue in Zephyrhills. This 2-acre park offers a separate fenced area for small dogs and benches and shade trees for the humans. Readers tell us this park is operated by the city of Zephyrhills. Call 813-780-0022 for more information. Please Share...

  • Land O’ Lakes Recreation Complex :Dog Park

    "This park is behind the recreation center, by a basketball court and soccer field. There are small signs with arrows, sort of providing directions. She said the dog park isn't very big, but it's clean and does have separate sections for large and small dogs. It also has nice grassy areas for the dogs, baggies for pickups and bowls of water. She said the dog park is fairly new and sponsors are being sought to put in benches." Please Share...

  • Rowlett Park

    Riverside area with access to asphalt & canoe trails plus a dog section & a wheelchair-sports field. Reader Notes: "I must tell you there is no sign or if there is one, it is not easy to find. It truly is a nice place. They have all the amenities that you would want. They have the dog bag distribution, water places and even a bath type of receptacle. They have various dog obstacles too. It has picnic tables under shade and is safe and nice." Please Share...

  • Davis Island Dog Beach

    Located near the boat ramps on the east side of the Seaplane Basin in south Tampa. This dog park/beach is fenced on three sides, the fourth side being the water of Tampa/Hillsborough Bay. At this beach, your dog can have the freedom and safety to run while having access to the water and you can relax and enjoy yourself without worrying about your dog running away. This dog park has a small beach of white fluffy sand with some small rocks going out to the shallow rock-free water of Hillsborough Bay. It has no time-out or small dog area and it's a popular park with limited seating. NOTE: There's another separate dog park across the parking lot, but it has no water access or shade. Web Mistress Note: As further clarification of the reader below, we contacted Tampa Parks & Recreation Department and this is what they told us about dogs and Davis Island: "There is a public beach area on Davis Island as well as a dog park, which includes an area for the dogs to play in the water. The signs which state 'No Dogs On Beach' refers to the public beach area, as we do not allow dogs on any of our public beaches. The dog park has a dry area, and to the left of that area on the other side of the driveway is the area where dogs can play in the water. This area is on the channel side at the end of the airport property." Please Share...

  • Freedom Lake Park

    Located off 102nd Avenue. Reader Notes: "This park is like a big, fenced in backyard with some trees and benches. Poop bags and trash cans are available along with a water fountain for people and dogs and shower spigot. There is a small dog section and a large dog section separated by one wall of fence. The park itself has nice walking trails that surround two small lakes. There is a playground and lots of covered picnic areas on the park grounds. She said this park is a nice place to take your dog to run in the fenced area or to walk around the lakes. Please Share...

  • Crescent Lake Park

    Located at 1320 5th St. N., off 15th Avenue, the fenced dog park is in a nice residential neighborhood park with a lake and plenty of watering stations for the dogs. Directions: Go west on 22nd from 4th Street and take a right on 7th Street. The dog park area is at the back of the park, between the tennis courts and ball field. Be careful. Alligators are possible here! Please Share...

  • Walter Fuller Dog Park

    Located at 7901 30th Ave. N. Directions: Go 8 blocks south of Abercrombie Park (See #1 under St. Petersburg above) and turn left onto 30th Avenue. This road leads in a few blocks to a free parking lot. Park the car and walk the dogs to the right of the parking lot to the fenced dog park. This dog park is in a busy, popular local park. The sidewalk around the perimeter of the park is marked as a 2.5-mile walking trail. Note from Amy: Each February, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays Major League Baseball team practices in Walter Fuller Park on most mornings. The ball field is adjacent to the dog park. So you can walk your dog and get a few autographs! 11-22-14 Reader update: "CAUTION! Lots of aggressive dogs here. Fights break out almost daily. mostly bully breeds. It is too bad; a lot of nice people and pets quit going there." Please Share...

  • John Chesnut Senior Park

    Located at 2200 East Lake Road, adjacent to Lake Tarpon. Opens at 9 a.m. This park offers 255 acres and is used by people from Palm Harbor and Tarpon Springs (north Pinellas county) as well as residents of Pasco and Hillsborough counties. Pets must be on a 6-foot leash in all areas except for the Paw Playground which offers small and large dog areas, lots of shade, a cool off area with water and poop bags. The park offers nature trails, picnic shelters, boat ramp, fishing pier, grills, various sporting facilities, water fountains, and restrooms. Directions take US 19 to Tarpon Ave head east to East Lake Road, then left, heading south until you see the park on the right. Web Mistress Note: This park had its grand opening August 9, 2003. DO NOT allow dogs to swim in the lake as alligators have been reported. Thank you to another kind FloridaPets.net user for more information about the John Chesnut Sr. Park! 2. Dunes Web Mistress Note: A FloridaPets.net reader advised us about this pet-friendly area. From U.S. Highway 19 in Palm Harbor, drive east on Tampa Road to Florida Hwy. 584, to East Lake Rd. The entrance is 2 miles on the left. Note: DO NOT allow dogs to swim in Lake Tarpon or the surrounding ponds in the park as alligators have been reported. Please Share...

  • Northeast Park and Paw Place

    Located inside Largo's "Northeast Park" on East Bay Drive. Offers agility equipment, a walking path, bathrooms, drinking fountains and dog drinking fountains. The Web site offers free registration in an email discussion group designed to link park users with the Largo Parks Department and the City Commission. Web Mistress Note: Special thanks to Greg Brown, Park Superintendent for the City of Largo, for providing us with this information. Please Share...

  • Enterprise Dog Park

    Located at 2671 Enterprise Road on a 20-acre tract just east of U.S. 19. Open daily sunrise to sunset. There are two fenced areas, looped trails, agility course, exercise equipment, fountains, doggie bags, trash receptacles and a dog washing area. Clearwater Parks and Recreation Department manages this dog park. For more information, call 727-562-4800. READER NOTES: "While not on the water, this is the nicest dog park I have ever been to – we are regulars there and it is kept in beautiful condition, opened in Nov. 2009, I believe. Friendly people and friendly dogs, for the most part. But...seems like they are not supplying bags anymore, everyone is bringing their own and stocking the bag dispensers. It is huge and the trails are fun to walk on in addition to the big play areas. The parking lot is not huge for the popularity of the park, on weekends when the bank next door is closed, you can park there." Please Share...

  • Gary B Jones Park for People and Pups

    This park opened in the fall of 2008. It is located at 8100 Southgate Blvd., on the NW corner of University Drive and Southgate Boulevard, west of Tamarac's Memorial Veterans' park. Offers 3.5 acres with a 13,000 square foot section for small dogs called "Wiggley Field" and a 1-acre area for large dogs called Tam-A-Bark Run." There is also 9,000 square feet of common dog area and nice walking paths, multiple shelters, a drinking fountain for both humans and canines, a dog bathing area and plenty of parking. For more information, call 954-597-3620. Reader Notes: "The park is divided into 2 areas. One for small breeds and the other for larger. It has 3 gazebos in the smaller area and I think 4 in the larger area. It features a water fountain in the play area for the babies and it also has another section when you walk in that also has a large gazebo, water fountain & a hose where you can wash your babies. The park also has activities on some days, such as last week they had a pageant and several vendors.. not to mention free goody bags." Please Share...

  • Tom Brown Dog Park

    Located at Easterwood Avenue (Off 319.) Hours are dawn to dusk. This park is operated by the City of Tallahassee. Offers two fenced areas; one for large dogs, another for small dogs, picnic area, benches, poop bags, children's play areas and nature trails, trees, parking, water, trash. Directions: Capital Circle S.E. to Connor Blvd. East on Connor Blvd. To enter the park, turn left on Easterwood Drive. Take the first right to the park's lake and playground area. The dog park is past the playground, across the bridge and to the right. Reader Comments: "Usually very busy on the weekends. Not much shade." Please Share...

  • Davis Park

    Located approximately 1/2 mile west of the Intracoastal off County Road 210,(Palm Valley Road), just at the north end of St Johns county, close to Jacksonville Beach and Ponte Vedra. This is a nice 138-acre park that offers a separate area for larger dogs, waste scoopers, benches, a pond, restrooms, and picnic and playground facilities to be constructed at a later date. Open 8:00 a.m. to sunset daily. For more information, call (904) 280-1860. Note: A kind reader tells us this park is about the size of a football field, complete with double gate entry, a pond in the center, and benches for the humans. He said it is visited regularly by many locals. Please Share...

  • Ott’s Off-Leash Dog Park

    Located behind Sun City Center Community Hall, off Pebble Beach Blvd. Open 7 days a week. Has separate areas for small and large dogs. Offers agility and dog training. This very nice dog park is maintained by Dog Owners Group (DOG.) The link goes to a nice, visual tour of this dog park. Reader Notes: "This dog park is a private park that allows only residents of Sun City Center who pay annual dues to join the dog park." Web Mistress Note: We're leaving this listing here in case the policy changes in the future. Please Share...

  • Rotary Centennial dog Park

    Opened January 31, 2009, this is Hernando County's first dog park. Hernando County Parks and Recreation personnel will monitor the park closely for a while after opening to make sure all goes well. The Rotary Club of Spring Hill Central worked very hard to raise money for this park and the County contributed financially as well. Users should be respectful of these efforts and follow the rules. Located at 10375 Sandlor Street, two blocks south of Northcliffe Boulevard and three blocks west of Mariner Boulevard. This is an 8-acre park, 3-acres that is for dogs only. It will be located in the Rotary Centennial Park, on the corner of Landover Boulevard and Sandlor Street, south of Northcliffe Boulevard in Spring Hill. It offers three separate fenced areas - one for small dogs, one for large dogs and the third for guide, therapy or very shy dogs. Open every day from sunrise to sunset, including weekends. For more information, call Hernando County Parks Department at 352-754-4027. Reader Notes: "We have been visiting the park about 3 or 4 times a week for the past few weeks and are very impressed at how clean it is and how many people are using it. No matter what day or what time of day, there is always someone there with their dog. Very nice people and nice dogs, they all seem to get along and have a great time running around off leash. I have only seen one dog fight, a minor affair and the owner took the dog out immediately. We are from Massachusetts where there are very few dog parks and are very impressed with this one." "Park is well laid out and clean. Very friendly, fun atmosphere opening day. Fairly easy to find. Everyone I spoke to was very appreciative and happy to finally have a place to bring their dogs. Very long overdue. Thank you to the Rotary club!" Please Share...

  • Lakeview Paw Park

    Located at 7150 Lago Street. Hours: Dusk - Dawn. Offers 6' fenced area, benches, tables, handicap access, poop bags, many trees, parking restrooms, water, trash cans, dog shower, bulletin board, small dog area, double gated entrance. Pets must be on leashes or under voice command. Please Share...

  • Alaqua Unleashed Dog Park

    Located on JD Miller Road. Directions: From Route 331 and 98 go west one block. Turn right, or north onto JD Miller Road. Park is about 1/4 mile on right. Open sunrise to sunset. This is a two-acre, off-leash dog park. Offers separate fenced areas for small and large dogs. A certified canine behaviorist and trainer will offer discounted group and private lessons to all park members as soon as the park opens. Dogs must be up to date on immunizations and flea preventative. Reader Notes: "This is now considered the #1 'Off leash' Dog Park in Walton County Florida. It's a non-profit organization managed and operated by volunteers who form the Board of Directors. The park is open Tuesday to members only. Please Share...

  • Todd A. Robiner Park/Bark Park at Todd A. Robiner Park

    This is a five-acre park. The dog park is a one-third-acre fenced area on the northern edge of Robiner Park alongside La Mancha Avenue and runs from Riviera Avenue to Las Palmas Street. Offers two-gated entrance, shade trees, water, picnic tables, a sand pit for canine play, a picnic table, doggie waste bags and trash cans. Please Share...

  • Crestwood Dog Park

    Located in Crestwood Park at 2700 Pine Road in the Madison Green development, between Madison Green and Saratoga Lakes. This 4.5-acre park offers separate sections for large dogs and small dogs, water and benches. Please Share...

  • Anclote Gulf Park Dog Park

    Located at 2305 Baillies Bluff Road in Holiday, on the west side of the county. This is another off-leash park in Pasco County. It is operated by the Pasco County Parks & Recreation Department and if anyone has questions, they can call (727) 834-3278 or (813) 929-1260. Editor's Note: FloridaPets.net also lists the Anclote Gulf Park Dog Park in Holiday. Please Share...

  • Meadows Dog Park

    Located at Larch Lane & Meadowbrook. This is a small park in a residential area of the city. It opened December 2007. Offers two fenced areas, one for large dogs and another for small dogs. Please Share...

  • Hounds of Henry Street Dog Park

    Located at Henry and Shreve Streets, next to the Public Works building. Offers a nice big dog area and a very small puppy park area, but no bathroom facilities. Reader Notes: "This park can also be accessed from Shreve Street, just over the bridge from the Bayshore Dog Park in Charlotte Harbor. The park isn't as big as the one on Bayshore, but it offers more tables for owners to sit and more trees for shade. The large dog area isn't as big as Bayshore. But the small dog area is a little bigger than the small dog area at Bayshore. The small dog area at this park has a lot of visitors. More so than Bayshore. The large dog park is hit or miss. Of course, weekend mornings and evenings bring many visitors in both areas." Please Share...

  • Sebastian Florida Bark Park

    Located just off CR 512 (Sebastian Boulevard - formerly known as Fellsmere Road) on Keen Terrace, which is off S. Wimbrow. This dog park opened August 2009. It offers two fenced areas, one for large dogs and another for small dogs, shade trees, benches, and a water faucet for dogs and people. Please Share...

  • Happy Tails Dog Park – Ponce Inlet

    Located at 4680 S. Peninsula Drive, this no-leash dog park was opened 03-23-07. It initially was called the Ponce Inlet Town Dog Park but was later renamed to Happy Trails Dog Park. Reader Notes: "[This park] is located next to the fire station and there is also a 'people park' for kids. It features a big dog and little dog section where dogs can play with others their own size." Please Share...

  • Happy Tails dog Park

    Located at 6600 SW 16th Street, off Peters Road. To get there, go east on Peters Road from University Drive, make a right turn at the traffic light on Figtree. There is another park on the other side of the road. This road will curve around and come to a stop sign and you will be across from a school. Make a right at the stop sign and a left at the next stop sign. That road will curve around and lead you to Happy Tails. The park has three sections: a small area for small doggies; a larger area with jumps and training paraphernalia - small & large dogs go to this area; and a huge area that's mostly for larger dogs, but also has smaller dogs that can "hold their own." The park also features parking, restrooms and pavilions. Open to the public from 7:00 a.m. until dusk, seven days a week. Holiday hours will vary. Various canine events and activities are held throughout the year. For information on these happenings, you should contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 954-452-2510 or 954-797-2162. Please Share...

  • Bayview Dog Beach

    Located on Bayou Texar in from of Bayview Community Center. Also known as Bayview Waterpark for Dogs, this is an off-leash dog park/beach combo. It is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and offers water fountains for dogs and people, pooper scooper stations, trash cans, benches, picnic tables and a dog wash station. For more information, call 850-436-5511. Please Share...

  • Johnson Street Dog Park

    Located at 9751 Johnson Street, between Douglas Road and Palm Avenue. Open dawn to dusk. Offers fence, benches, parking, handicap access, trees, trash, water, poop bags, separate small dog area, agility course. Directions: Take I-75 to Pembroke Pines Blvd., then head East. Turn left on Palm Avenue, then turn right on Johnson Street. The dog park is across from a playground. Please Share...

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