Paw Park of Historic Sanford

Place Category: City Parks

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    Open since May 2001, this is the Orlando area's first official off-leash dog park. Features include a small dog alternative play area, a time-out area, bag dispensers for disposal of dog waste, park benches, dog showers, self-watering bowls, historic lighting, and a community bulletin board (which includes information on dogs available for adoption from area shelters.) It is handicapped accessible and has a double gate entrance for safety.

    The park is open from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily, but is closed Tuesday mornings for maintenance. The Paw Park has become one of Central Florida's newest and most popular recreation areas for owners and their best friends -- their dogs. First-time users are encouraged to read the rules on the site above for their safety as well as their dog's well-being before visiting the park. Location: 427 S. French Avenue, northern Orlando. We featured this park in the June issue of our eZine, the NewsPetter.
    Reader Notes: A kind reader tells us,

    "This is a great park! It is well maintained and enjoys many regulars visit each week."

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