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  • 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...

  • Davis Park/Paws Dog Park

    Paws Dog Park By Patricia Collier, Owner, FloridaPets.net Dog parks are known for being roomy and airy, but Paws Dog Park is a pooch playground the size of a football field. Located at the north end of St. Johns County, right next to Jacksonville Beach and Ponte Vedra, Paws Dog Park is part of the 138-acre Davis Park Complex. St. Johns County Parks and Recreation maintain the complex which is set up with activities for just about everyone’s tastes. The dog park portion of the Davis Park facility offers a double-gated entry, separate area for large dogs, an obstacle course, a dog wash, plenty of waste stations with bags, benches, a pond, and access to restrooms. There’s even special parking for dog park visitors. Picnic and playground facilities will be constructed by the County at a later date. Paws Dog Park is located at 210 Davis Park Road, less than a mile west of the Intracoastal Waterway on Palm Valley Road. It is open Sunday through Saturday, 7 a.m. - sunset. For more information, call (904) 824-7943. Please Share...

  • Barkland Dog Park

    Opened January 2012. Located at 9245 Ranch Road in Parkland. This is Parkland's first dog park and encompasses about 2-acres. Both residents and visitors to Parkland may use this dog park. Offers one area for large dogs and a separate area for small dogs. There is also a dog washing station, a water fountain for both pets and humans, covered pavilions, walking trails, benches, picnic tables, and dog play equipment, including agility. Organizers are seeking more individual and corporate sponsors. If interested, contact Scott Davidoff at sdavidoff@cityofparkland.org. Please Share...

  • Zollie Young Dog Park

    Zollie Young Park is a beautiful 12-acre park in Panama City. It opened 10/08 and is the first public off-leash dog park in the unincorporated area of Bay County. Offers dog waste facilities. Directions: go north on U.S. 231 and turn left on Cato Road. Travel one block and turn left on 43rd Street. Follow the signs to Zollie Young Park. Please Share...

  • Paws Park at Wingate Park

    Located on Penman Road South, in Jacksonville Beach, Paws Park opened May 1, 2005. The dog park is part of a multi-million dollar project that expanded the city's very popular Wingate Park. Paws Park is a shining example of what a small, but passionate, group can accomplish. Wanting a small section of the Wingate Park expansion set aside as a safe place for people to enjoy outdoor fun with their dogs, community volunteers organized themselves into a group they called the "Beaches Dog Park Project." Project members worked with City of Jacksonville Beach officials for nearly 4 years before being rewarded with Paws Park, the first free dog park in Duval County. It is sponsored and maintained by the City of Jacksonville Beach. Once the park opened, the group "Beaches Dog Park Project" became "Friends of Paws Park" which continues to raise funds for future dog park amenities and promote the facility to the public with fun events and a strong online presence. Visitors to Paws Park at Wingate Park enjoy free access to a double-gated entry, separate areas for small and dog parks, benches, poop bags, trash cans, automatic watering stations, grassy areas for play, and an educational bulletin board. Paws Park is open every day of the year, from dawn to dusk, unless temporarily closed for maintenance - watch for signs. Visit Paws Park at Wingate Park for more information about the Paws Park. Please Share...

  • Dog Beach at Dan Russell Pier

    In October of 2007, Panama City Beach approved a dog-friendly beach on the western portion of the city-owned beach at the Dan Russell Pier - but with 14 rules. Read more here. The dog-friendly beach is at the base of the new pet-friendly Pier Park shopping center. This exciting addition to the area will mean a pet-friendly corridor now exists from the beach up through Aaron Bessant Park at Pier Park, and across to Frank Brown Park and Gayle's Trails. Visitors can enjoy the snow-white beach and crystal clear waters with their dogs along, then stroll the beautifully landscaped groups of Pier Park, an outdoor lifestyle concept shopping and dining complex. Please Share...

  • Treaty Park/ Paws Dog Park

    County park with lighted ball fields & courts for league or individual play, plus a big skate park.Located at 1595 Wildwood Drive, within the Treaty Park Complex. This park is open dawn to dusk. Offers leash-free play, separate small and large dog areas, fencing, watering holes, shaded area with benches, mock fire hydrant. Please Share...

  • Davis Paws Dog Park/Davis Park

    Located within Davis Park at 2455 Palm Valley Rd, Palm Valley in St. Johns County, 4.5 miles west of A1A on County Road 210. Open daily from 8:00 a.m. to sunset. This 139-acre park is free to the public and offers a large dog area, mutt mitts, benches, a pond, restrooms, picnic shelter, swimming pond, and benches. Reader Notes: "There is a pond to swim in (with gator warnings...supposedly they took a 4-footer out when they first opened, but speaking with others, they have never seen another gator there) and a running area around the pond. I’m not sure on the hours and the 'poop' bags were not filled when I was there. It was still fairly nice and free." Thank you to members of the Sandy Paws Dog Park in Wingate Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, who provided us with the information about this dog park. Please Share...

  • James F. Holland Memorial Park

    Located at 18 Florida Park Drive, about 1/2 mile north of Palm Coast Highway on Old Florida Road on the left. Open the sun up to sun down. The city has fenced in about 1/4 acre within this park and has designated it just for dogs. There is a water station with a drinking fountain for humans and dogs as well as a hose for filling bowls. WebMistress Note: In April 2011, the City Council announced improvements were made to this facility, including new concrete walkways and pads from the entrance to the park, gazebo and water stations, a new double-gated entrance and more convenient handicapped parking. We're impressed with the positive attitude of City Councilwoman Mary DiStefano in particular, who said the renovations are "an important part of the city's responsibility to its residents." She reflected many people's feelings when she said, "This is part of our social well-being." Please Share...

  • Buffalo Creek Park

    Located at 7550 69th Street in East Palmetto. This is a 3-acre off leash dog park. Offers doggie drinking fountain, free waste bags and separate fenced in area for small, young or fragile dogs. There is also a shaded area with benches and picnic benches for the humans. Please Share...

  • Lilac Street Dog Run

    Located on Lilac Street, east of the baseball field at Palm Beach Gardens High School. This one-acre park offers two park benches, a 6-foot chain-link fence. There are future plans for shade trees, water fountains for both pets and people and picnic tables. Reader Notes: "This park is small, and it does not have a separate area for small and large dogs. My 2 jacks usually play with any size dog at the beach, but since going to this Lilac Park, my smaller Jack Russell is now afraid of large dogs." (This reader added she would not return to this park because of aggressive park goers and their aggressive dogs.) Web Mistress Note: We have heard there may soon be construction on a larger dog park, about 2-3 acres. Sources said one of the sites being considered is close to the city's tennis courts off 117th Court North, west of Central Boulevard. We will attempt to keep you updated about this matter. Please Share...

  • Doggie Doo Run Run Dog Park

    Located at 12971 CR101 in Oxford, just over 1 mile north of CR466 on CR101, which is directly across from the Villages High School. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Offers separate area for small dogs, toys, balls and several wading pools for those who want to cool off. This park is monitored 100 percent of the time. They'll even clean-up after your dog. Fee: $3.00 per day or $25.00 per month. For more information, call 352-461-6373. Directions: Oxford is a little town along US301, about halfway between Bellview & Wildwood in Sumter county. Bellview being north of Oxford and Wildwood being South of Oxford. Lady Lake is to the east of Oxford. The town is about 60 miles from Orlando. Reader Notes: A very nice reader said this is a wonderful place with a big small dog area, a big large dog area and an agility area. She said the owner of the property is finally retired and is doing what he likes best on the property he owns. She reiterated the fees as stated above and said all you have to do is put up a flag when your dog does his business and the nice owner will take care of it. She also reiterated the canine amenities as mentioned above and said there are also canopied tents and chairs for the fur kid parents. She said there's plenty of grass and run room for all dogs. She noted the location, on CR 101, just off CR466, is perfect for the huge, active retirement area of The Villages. "My dog gives this park a huge paws up!" "What a wonderful place," there are no trees, but they have canopies and chairs...there's also an agility area. The areas are all grassy and clean. What fun!" Please Share...

  • West Orange Dog Park

    Developed in 2002. Park hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the winter and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the summer. This one-acre park is completely fenced in (6-feet high), has shade trees, water fountains and water dishes for the dogs, pavilions, separate areas for small dogs and medium/large dogs, plenty of frisbees and tennis balls, nice benches inside the dog areas and a picnic table. A FloridaPets.net user who lives in Clermont (South Lake County), said this park (in southwest Orlando) is much more convenient than driving to Sanford. To get to the dog park, locate the intersection of Highway 50 (Colonial Drive) and Beulah Road. It's just west of the Florida Turnpike and Highway 50. Turn South on Beulah (the only way you can turn). There's a Chevron gas station on the corner. Watch for the signs to the YMCA. Continue South on Beulah Road until you go under the Turnpike overpass. Turn left onto Marshall Farms Road. The dog park is about 1/4 mile down on the right. The same FloridaPets.net user mentioned above cautioned that Marshal Farms Road is just after passing below the Turnpike. Street signs aren't too obvious, so be ready to turn left under the overpass. The park is on the right, just after the right/left "S" curve on Marshal Farms Road. Reader Notes: "The park is clean and it has little obstacle courses in the corners of the park. But some of the small dogs could squeeze through the fence into the big dog area. I let my dog explore the big dog area and there was a huge hole under the cement which my dog crawled under and I had a hard time getting him out. Although the small dog area was clean, the big dog area was full of puddles and the water fountain water made a big puddle which the dogs would get dirty from. But I liked that there were doggy waste bags available." Please Share...

  • Paw Park of Historic Sanford

    Open since May 2001, this was Orlando'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 7:30 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 (US 17/92), between 4th and 5th Streets in northern Orlando. Reader Notes: "This is a great park! It is well maintained and many regulars visit each week." Please Share...

  • Meadow Woods Dog Park

    Fenced-in, off-leash park with separate areas for small & large pups, bathing station & picnic area.Located in the New Meadow Woods Park near Meadow Woods Middle School on Rhode Island Woods Drive. This park serves residents living in the south central part of the county. Offers an area for large dogs and another for small dogs, dog bathing and drinking stations. Outside the dog park area are two large tot lots that are covered by shade structures, benches, basketball court, and a nature walk around a small lake. Directions: From Orlando, go south on Orange Avenue through the community of Taft. Continue going south on Orange Avenue and pass Wetherbee Road. Turn left on Fairway Woods Blvd. At the stop sign, turn right on Landstar and proceed to Rhode Island Woods Circle. There's a flashing yellow light at this intersection. Turn left on Rhode Island Woods Circle and continue about 2 miles. The first school you see is an elementary school - keep going. The Dog Park and the Meadow Woods Middle School are on the left. Please Share...

  • Millennium Dog Park

    Located at 2573 SE 32nd Avenue. Closed Thursday and Friday. Summer hours are from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Winter hours are 8 a.m to 5 p.m. This off-leash dog park is part of the Jervey Gantt City Park, but encompasses six separate acres, five acres of which is set aside for large dogs and 3/4 acre for small dogs. Offers water stations, poop bag dispensers, a pavilion in the large dog area for shade. Volunteer monitors are in attendance. Sprinkler system, trees and a paved parking lot are coming soon. While this is a private, non-profit dog park, there is no fee, but donations are appreciated to help keep the park running. The park also has fundraising activities, such as November's annual Santa photos, a memorial brick garden and "Fire Hydrant Alley." For more information, call 352-732-8655. Please Share...

  • OAKLAND PARK BARK PARK

    Located at 971 NE 38th Street, west of I-95, in Oakland Park. This park, which opened in 2006, offers 2.26 acres, separate areas for large and small dogs, canine agility equipment, and more to come. For further info, contact 954-561-6250/6264. Please Share...

  • Niceville Dog Park

    This area closes for the week of the Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival, held the third weekend of October. This is an unsupervised off-leash pet walk area located at the Mullet Festival fairgrounds, just north of Niceville on Florida Hwy. 85. It is open dawn to 10 p.m., at which time lights will shut off automatically. This is a completely fenced-in (double gates), shaded area of about 5-acres with large oak trees, lawn chairs and two picnic tables. Go here for more information. Reader Notes: "People with small dogs should be careful at this park; people with large, aggressive dogs commonly show up, let their dogs off leash, then let them run around unsupervised." "This park has a cool water fountain for dogs. but the place would be nicer if people cleaned up after their dogs." "The park was wonderful. I am so glad I found it and I will be going back on the weekends from now on. However, I was surprised to see how many people didn't pick up their dog poop. Usually, people are more conscientious than that." Please Share...

  • Wickham Park – Dog Park

    Located in Wickham Park, 2500 Parkway Drive. This is the second off leash dog park in Brevard County; the other one is in Satellite Beach. When you enter Wickham Park, turn to the right and follow the road around. The dog park is located on the right side of the road. Open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Offers a large (more than 25 pounds) and a small dog area, bags for clean up, benches and a water tap. Dogs must have a current rabies vaccine, animal license tag and wear a collar with ID. Note of 11-05-11: A reader tells us she believes this park is no longer supervised. On a recent visit, she said the office was closed, no one signed their dogs in and there was no fee. She was not sure of the conditions of the two areas. Does anyone have any updated info on this park? Please Share...

  • Mango Dog Park

    Located on Clay Pit Road. Exit I-4 at Thonotossa Exit, go south 1 mile to traffic light at Clay Pit Road, turn left, park at the recreation center. Dog Park is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Has separate small dog area, some trees, dog wash station, handy parking, phones, restrooms, trash cans, water. Reader Notes: "We were dogging sitting my brother's cocker spaniel and was looking for a dog park near our house and thanks to your website, we found the dog park in Mango. Although we weren't able to get into the dog park (my son was 3 and Hillsborough Parks and Rec had a sign posted that kids must be 6 and older to enter the dog park), the park was very big and accommodating with water play for both large and small sized dogs. It does have a kid park right next door that allowed dogs with a 6ft leash so we went over there for a little bit before returning home and letting our dog run around our yard to let off some energy." "It is a very nice dog park, well taken care of and is set up really well for the dogs." "...The Mango Dog Park is as good as a dog park that you'll find anywhere. There are bathrooms for the people and a dog fountain for the dogs. There are two areas for the dogs to refresh themselves in little pools brought in by owners. There are also picnic tables in shaded areas for the dogs and owners to relax on." "The park is great, with a large running area, watering holes, and a separate large and small dog area." Please Share...

  • Miami Springs Dog Park

    Located between Royal Poinciana Drive, Quail, Dove, and Shadow Way with the parking area accessed off Royal Poinciana, across from Miami Springs Senior High School at 751 Dove Avenue. For those not familiar with the area, we are told Miami Springs is a separate municipality, but contiguous with the actual City of Miami and so, we have listed this dog park under Miami Springs. open 6AM–7PM Reader Notes: "This is not a friendly dog park to large breed dogs, even though there is a small dog area for little ones, the owners rather them in the big dog area, and when big dogs and little dogs play together it's a pretty good chance someone is going to get their feelings hurt. And then the small dog owners accuse the large dog owners of have aggressive dogs. Large breed owners are unable to bring their pets in without harassing comments and constant badgering. It is very disappointing to have to deal with things like this when you are trying to have a nice day with your pet." "It has three cleanup stations, a so far inoperative fountain, and a picnic bench under one of only two trees actually inside the fencing. There's a proto-parking area not quite finished yet, and a small-dog area with a separate entrance off the parking area in addition to the gate between the two sections. Until the lot is done (it needs driveways), parking is at the opposite corner of the recreation area (Shadow Way and Dove Av.), as legal parking is not allowed along the edge of Quail Avenue. It has the overall appearance of 'we'll get to that', as far as adding amenities." Please Share...

  • Diogi Dog Park

    Located on three acres within the Loyce E. Harpe Park, 500 West Carter Road. This dog park was established in 2007, in memory of Polk County Deputy Sheriff Vernon "Matt" Williams and his beloved K-9, DiOGi. This is Polk County's first dog park and it has dual areas for little and big dogs, each with colorful fire hydrants, agility training equipment, and shaded picnic shelters for the humans. There is also a pond. We also have this park listed on Lakeland. Reader Notes: "There is nothing to this park - for the dogs to do that is.Unless the dog owner brings the dogs favorite play toy, they have to play with each other or like mine - does not play with others very much, I mean she plays but only for a few minutes, but then she's done and just wants to lay around. Oh, and also what about wheelchair access to the picnic table and water fountain. I am disabled and unable to get water for myself unless I bring my own water or a cup from home. And the picnic table is on a cement platform, too high for me to pop up on unless I ask for help as I usually go to the park during the week, weather permitting, and do not have someone to go with me. On one occasion I went on a Saturday, but my parents did not want to tag along. So I went with my dog and was grateful that strangers helped me." "I visited this park recently, but wasn't impressed. There was no agility course as stated here, only dirt. "It is a nice place to take your dogs. but they need to fix entrance to the large dog's section. When it rains it floods right at the gate." "We've visited this park about six times since it opened and have always found it clean and well-maintained. Everyone we talk to praises this park. We have waited a long time for a dog park here in the Lakeland/Mulberry area. Please encourage your readers to continue to use the park responsibly so we'll all have a great place for our dogs to play and socialize." "This park was nice at first, but three weeks after opening, people are not picking up after their pets. It seems this nice new park is being overrun by irresponsible people." "There are two waste bag dispensers in each section. I quit going because of the poop of the ground and I didn’t want my dog to step in it...why can’t people be responsible owners and pick up after their pets?" "For those who aren't quite familiar with the area, the park is not hard to find. If you can find your way to S. Florida Ave. in Lakeland, or take this exit from the Polk Parkway, you will head South towards Mulberry. The park is located off Carter Road, just behind the new Super Wal-mart center on S. Florida Ave. Coming from Lakeland, you will take a left onto Carter Road and the first right into the park behind the shopping plaza. Following the road through the park, past some ball fields on the left, DiOGi Dog Park is located in the back right corner." "This park has an area for small dogs, as well as an area for large dogs. While the agility equipment is placed in both areas, it is not placed in such close coordinates that a course is easy to follow. However, there is a covered picnic table in each area, but space is limited. There are water fountains and large bathing tubs, or for some -watering pales- for the dogs to enjoy as well. The park is also equipped with plastic bag stations to keep the grass free of 'doggie-debree' to make the park convenient for everyone." Please Share...

  • Naples Dog Park

    Also known as "Central Bark," this park is located at 99 Riverside Drive, near the corner of Goodlette-Frank Road and Central Avenue. It opened March 2, 2011 and offers separate off-leash areas for large and small dogs. The 2 areas are connected by a shaded area, drinking fountains and benches for the humans. There are also wash stations. Usage fees are not required, but registration will be required - visit the website above for more info. The park will be open from dawn until dusk seven days a week. Please Share...

  • Veterans Community Park/Rover Run

    Located at Veterans Community Park, 1900 Immokalee Road, about 1 mile west of Airport Road. Open dawn to dusk. Fenced, benches, handicap access, poop bags, trees, parking, water, trash cans. Lots of trees and places for pooches to sniff and explore; a separate fenced area for small dogs to run. Reader Notes: "I'm a regular at this park, and I'm thankful it's finally improving. It was absolutely run down; it was a big sand hole that would fill with water that had who knows how many parasites and bacteria in it. But over the summer, they put grass down across the whole park. Some of it didn't last, so they have set another date for pouring concrete in certain areas, like under the picnic tables and a path to the front gate. We had problems with rabbits getting in and dogs catching them, so they put rocks down bordering the entire fence and we've had very few problems since. As far as I know, the little dog side has not seen or needed any changes or improvements." "Rover Run is extremely run down and seems like an afterthought of the parks & recreation dept. The park needs a grass roots volunteer group that would work closely with the Dept. so programs in Rover Run could be addressed in a more timely manner. It's disappointing not to have a safe, clean place to be with your dog. It's embarrassing that with all the beauty of Naples, the Rover Run is left to rot and be forgotten." Please Share...

  • Nassau Humane Society Dog Park

    The Nassau Humane Society Dog Park has something not many dog parks have – pools for the pups. Located at 641 Airport Road in Fernandina Beach, the dog park is situated on 1.3 acres near the Nassau Humane Society at 671 Airport Road. The park has fall/winter and spring/summer hours, so check the Nassau Humane Society Dog Park website for the current info. There are three fenced areas inside the Nassau Humane Society Dog Park; one for small dogs, one for large dogs, and a time-out area. Water play includes a large, bone-shaped swimming pool and, for the little pooches, a smaller garden pool. There are four wash stations, poop clean up facilities and plenty of trees and benches. A dedicated group of volunteers helps with general enforcement of park rules and maintenance of the pools and the premises in general. There are several options for a Nassau Humane Society Dog Park membership, from one month for $30 to one year for $240. A daily membership is also available for $10 per day. All membership categories charge extra for families with more than one dog. Ed Hardee, a volunteer with the Nassau Humane Society, said proceeds from the dog park benefit the homeless dogs and cats at the Society’s shelter. For more info about the Nassau Humane Society Dog Park, its location and membership options, please call 1-904-491-1511. Please Share...

  • Navarre Central Bark Dog Park

    Located at 8840 High School Blvd. This park opened in early 2011. Offers about 1/2 acre of romping space for small dogs, under 25 pounds. Offers a grassy area with security lighting and a watering station. Open 24 Hours. Please Share...

  • Waterways Dog Park

    This dog park used to be located within Veterans Park, but is now located within Waterways Dog Park at 3401 NE 213th Street. The park features open space for pets to exercise and socialize. Amenities include two comfort stations with doggie water fountains, showers and a large covered patio. Resident ID cards are required for entry to the park. Hours of operation: 8am -7:00pm. For more info, call 305-466-8008. Please Share...

  • Perrine Wayside Park

    Located in Perrine Wayside Park, at US1 and 160th Street in the Village of Palmetto Bay. Open dawn to dusk, 365 days a year. The three-acre park offers a walking path, benches, water fountains for people and pooches and lots of fenced room for dogs to play, including a separate area for small dogs. Reader Notes: "Parking is bad in the front, but better in the back. To get to the back parking, take the stop light right before it (there are several car dealerships close by), then go 50 yards and the first street, take a right at the nursery (small kids with playgrounds; it is about a 250 degree turn) and then in 25 yards you will run into it." "Do not let your dog swim if you are not sure he can or at least ease him into it. There was an incident one day where the dog owners kept throwing the ball further and further out even though it was obvious that dog was not a good swimmer (he picked his legs out of the water to swim.) "My dog became ill after visiting this park, so be careful of what you allow your dog to 'inspect' while here." "Two of our dogs cut one of their paw pads in the lake here, on separate occasions, and we are advising dog guardians to be careful letting their companions into the water." Please Share...

  • Blanche Park

    A city park of 1.5 Acres.Small tree-lined dog park with a fenced area for off-leash activities, shaded seats & cleanup bags. Open 7AM–10PM Reader Notes: "I take my dog to Blanche Park every weekend. The fenced off area in the middle is where they grew some grass, and is no longer fenced. Very nice and shady here compared to Kennedy Park, which I found very dirty and with very little shade. I definitely would not be able to take my dog there in the summer. They should plant some trees." Please Share...

  • Pinetree Bark Park

    A serene water-front natural area featuring shady trees, a dog park, benches & drinking fountains. Located in Pinetree Park, at 4400 Pine Tree Drive and 45th Street. Offers two large, separate and fenced areas where large and small dogs can run and play; also offers running water. Reader Notes: "I am disappointed in this park in that although there are 2 fenced off-leash play areas they only allow access to 1 at a time-locking up the gate to the 2nd. Because of this small dogs are forced to have to play with large dogs trampling all over them......in an area too small for everyone to be in. I have witnessed many, many instances where small dog owners have had to run and pick up their small dogs when packs of large dogs have ganged up on them in the course of play.....I myself have had to do this as well. This is a dangerous arrangement that the City of Miami Beach is creating with this policy and I believe your readers need to be aware of it. We'd like to have the City of Miami Beach open both of their runs at the same time. Otherwise, I will not take my ten pound Yorkie there if I see any large dogs at play as it is simply too dangerous." Please Share...

  • Higgs Beach Dog Park

    Fenced beachside dog park provides benches & grassy areas for small & large pets to roam off-leash. The Grand Opening of Higgs Beach Dog Park (HBDP) in Key West was April 30, 2005. This park is located at the corner of White Street and Atlantic Boulevard, across from the White Street Pier. It offers small and large dog areas, each with its own water fountain. The park has lots of room to run, plenty of shade, and a view of the Atlantic Ocean. Please be sure to adhere to the rules posted at the entrance and, as should be done anywhere, always pick up the poop! Please Share...

  • Lady Lake Dog Park

    Located at 136 Skyline Drive, at the Rolling Acres Sports Complex. This was Lake County's first dog park. Web Mistress Note: This is all the info we have about this park - can anyone share any more details? Please Share...

  • Woodville Dog Park

    Located in North Lauderdale at 500 SW 83rd Avenue. Contact phone number for more information is: 954-726-0274. Reader Notes: "This is a great park. They recently finished some renovations. It had a drainage problem which has been fixed and they planted grass so there's not as much dirt for our canine friends to get muddy in. The park has baby pools for the dogs to cool off in. A few above ground dog tunnels and it is big enough for a good run. A wash area to clean up your dog after a great day of playing. They have also planted bushes to make the view a nice one. There have been some instances with aggressive dogs and owners not taking responsibility, so be careful with that. But all in all, I have enjoyed this park almost as much as my two dogs and have found most owners very social and responsible." Please Share...

  • Bark Park at Snyder Park

    Located at 3299 SW 4th Avenue, just north of the Fort Lauderdale airport. Dogs must remain in the car until arrival at the Bark Park (dogs are not allowed in the remainder of Snyder Park.) Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daylight Savings Time, otherwise 6:30 p.m. Entrance fee: See below as this changes periodically. Features: fenced, benches, handicap facilities, trees, poop bags, parking, restrooms, water, trash cans, agility equipment, separate small dog area, two hose stations, drinking fountains, two open air pavilions and a small nature area. Those using the facility must show proof of vaccinations. Directions: I-95, exit State Road 84 east. Turn right on 4th Avenue. Park is on right at the intersection with I-595. Reader Notes: "The fee is $1.00 per person, only on the weekends. This is the entrance to the whole park. The dry dog park and dog lake are included. During the week there is NO fee and the dry dog park and dog lake are both open year-round. The dry dog park is great! They recently re-sodded it. It has a large dog area and a small dog area. Both which have their own hoses for washing off Fido. They even have a separate enclosure for dogs that might get overwhelmed. They have 2 pavilion areas with covered benches for 'mom and dad.' There is also multiple doggy do do bag stations located around the dry dog park and lake. The dog lake is gorgeous. It's fenced in all the way around. There are picnic benches and regular benches at the lake for the humans to sit." "On Saturdays and Sundays, they have a doggie swim program, fee of $1.00. If someone has questions they can call 954-828-4585 or 954-828-3647." "There is also a fresh water lake at this dog park, where you and your dog can romp and swim leash free weekends and holidays only, from March to December for a fee of about $1.50." Please Share...

  • Carolyn Meeker Dog Park

    This park opened 10-29-07. Located off US 41 and Lutz Lake Fern Road. The 2-acre park has a small dog section and a large dog section as well as a time out spot. Resident dog lovers have a local elementary school to thank for this park. It started as a class project in 2005 and the fifth-grade students involved did all the leg work with surveys and research and presenting the idea to county commissioners. Reader Notes: "It is located near the intersection of Lutz Lake Fern Road and 41, across from the Lutz Library. Across the street from the library on Lutz Lake Fern Road is Second Street. Take Second Street until it dead ends into the dog park." "The park has "separate large and small dog areas, water for humans and dogs and benches - very nice." Please Share...

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