Boca Raton Dog Park

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    Boca Raton Dog Park

    Located at 751 Banyan Trail. This city park has two acres; one acre for large dogs, one acre for small dogs. Open daily except Wednesday 7:30 a.m. to dusk; Wednesday noon to dusk. Offers benches, water stations, doggie waste bags, trash cans. A parking permit is required. There's no charge for the permit for local residents with proof of residency or vehicle ownership, but there is a charge of $25/month or $265 per vehicle/year for non-Boca residents.

    Reader Notes:

    "It is wonderful. This dog park replaced the one formerly located off Broken Sound Boulevard. The city's contract with the T-Rex Boca Raton Technology Center developers expired and so, this dog park was born."

    Dog Park

    General Information
    Dogs are allowed to run off-leash
    Benches: Benches are located throughout the park.
    Restrooms: We don't have restrooms in the park.
    Water Fountains: Yes
    Wash Stations: Yes
    Handicap Access: Yes
    Trash Cans: Available on site.
    Doggie Bags for Waste: Available at six stations throughout the park. Owners are expected to pick up after their dog.
    No Smoking - discarded cigarettes can cause injury to a dog (if eaten or stepped on).
    Parking Permit Required
    Park Areas
    The property is fenced:
    One area for large dogs. (over 50 pounds)
    One area for medium dogs (20-50 pounds)
    One area for small dogs. (under 20 pounds)
    Size of Dogs by Breed

    Directions to the Dog Park
    Yamato Road to Military Trail
    Take Military Trail south (past Spanish River Boulevard and Potomac) to Banyan Trail. Turn left onto Banyan Trail. The Dog Park will be on your left.

    Palmetto Park Road to Military Trail
    Take Military Trail north (under overpass for I-95 - past Butts Road) to Banyan Trail. Turn right into Banyan Trail. The Dog Park will be on your left.

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