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  • Dog Beach Park – Lee County Off-Leash Dog Area

    Dog Beach Park Also known as "Lee County Off-Leash Dog Area." Located on Bonita Beach Blvd., just north of New Pass between Bonita Springs and only a few miles south of Fort Myers Beach. Can be reached by car or boat. Open dawn to dusk, this is basically a sandbar and so it's best to visit at low tide. Offers parking, plastic bags and disposal stations. It was officially sanctioned in May 2002 by Lee county as a permanent off-leash park. It is maintained by a group of local volunteers calling themselves SOODA (Save Our Off-Leash Dog Area.) Reader Notes: "This is a beautiful and safe 'sandbar' where you can let your dog run free, swim or play in the tidal pools. Watch your tide chart. Low tide can be a little mucky and slick in places and high tide makes the beach smaller, but it is the only off leash area around where your dogs can really run off that energy. They love it. And who wouldn't bathe Fido after the beach anyway?" "This beach is really just a sandbar, so there is no dog beach during high tide. It's medium sized...crowded and the water is not exactly clean and clear. There are volunteers who clean the area on a daily bases, so you don't see any papers, cups or doggie surprises, but they can't keep the gas and oil film out of the water...be sure to bathe Fido after your visit. Parking is free." "This beach is only a tiny strip of sand and can only be used at low tide, rest of they time the swamp is under water. Had a lot of pollution, oil, gas, trash." "This beach is very nice and is indeed leash-optional." Please Share...

  • Mizner Bark: The Boca Raton Dog Park

    Mizner Bark: The Boca Raton Dog Park Arguably the most popular dog park in Boca Raton, the 2-acre Mizner Bark offers drinking fountains, dog wash areas, bag stations, and separate areas for large and small dogs. Visitors to the park must obtain a permit at one of the city’s community centers. While residents of Boca Raton may access the park for free, non-residents will be charged $25 per month or $265 per year. The park opens at 7:30 am and closes at sunset on all days except Wednesday when it opens at noon. It is located at 751 Banyan Trail, and more information may be obtained by calling 561-393-7821 Please Share...

  • Bark Park Dog Beach

    Bark Park Dog Beach Permits Spanish River Park 3001 North Ocean Blvd., Between Lifeguard Towers 18 and 20 See Bark Beach Map    Days: Fridays,Saturdays and Sundays:  Time: 7:00 am-9:00 am            3:00 pm - Sunset, November to March (EST)            5:00 pm - Sunset, March to November (DST)  To purchase a permit, applicants must provide documentation proving residency. Residency proof (home address) – can be ONE of the following original documents: current City/County tax bill, water bill, Florida Power/Light bill, rental/lease agreement, current Florida Driver’s License or notarized letter from condo association. University student and faculty residing on campus may establish proof of residency by submitting a signed letter by the Director of Housing, certifying that they reside on campus. Residents and individuals must own property in their own name The permit holder MUST CARRY permit(s) on their person at all times when bringing a dog/dogs to the beach. Limit 2 dogs per person, a permit must be purchased for each dog. Dogs shall be on a leash prior to entering , and upon departing the dog beach. Owners & dogs may park in Spanish River Park and enter Bark Beach with a valid City or Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District Beach Parking Permit or by paying the applicable daily rate at the Spanish River Gatehouse.  Permits are effective yearly from October 1 to September 30. Fees are not pro-rated.  Bark Park Beach Fees: Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District or City Resident:           $30 per dog Non-Resident:                                                                                      $165  per dog Weekend Regardless of Residency                                                     $10 per dog Single weekend passes for (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) are available for purchase at the Spanish River Gatehouse only. The cost of the weekend pass can be applied to the purchase of an annual Bark Park Beach Pass at any of the City's community centers. Weekend pass must be presented & relinquished at time of annual Bark Beach Pass purchase. Please Share...

  • Canine Cove

    Leashed Dog Guidelines Outside Of Canine Cove Always have your dog on a leash that is no longer than 8'. Bring poop scoop bags from home to clean up after your pet or pick them up at the park. Control excessive barking. Parks are shared for a variety of activities so please be respectful of other users. Keep your dog controlled and from interfering with other people and their dogs. Do not let your dog on athletic fields, playground areas or tennis courts. Properly dispose of all garbage in cans or take it home with you. Remember, you are fully responsible for your dog and its actions. * Donors are listed on the "Waggin" Wall of Thanks and other contributions have been placed on the dog fountains, benches, picnic tables, and on the trees. Rules For Inside Canine Cove Canine CovePlease use common sense and courtesy when using Canine Cove. Dog owners and handlers enter Canine Cove at their own risk. Dog owners and handlers are responsible for, and liable with respect to, the actions of their dogs and any damage or injury to person or property caused by them. Dogs and/or their owners or handlers who violate these rules are subject to removal from Canine Cove. The City of Marco Island reserves the right to refuse entry to dogs and/or their owners or handlers for the reasons of health, safety, and prior rule violations, or for the comfort of all patrons and/or their pets. All dogs must have current vaccinations, be licensed, free of parasites, infections and Must wear a collar with id and current license tag. All dogs must be leashed within the parking areas, and when entering and departing the off-leash areas of Canine Cove. Dogs must be in view of and within voice control of their owner or handler at all times. Gates to the off-leash areas shall be kept closed at all times. No aggressive dogs, female dogs in heat or puppies under four (4) months old are allowed in Canine Cove. All dog waste must be picked up promptly everywhere in the park including the walkways. Non-compliance may result in a $500.00 fine. No children under the age of four (4) are admitted into the dog park. Children under the age of twelve (12) must be accompanied by an adult. No more than two dogs per person may enter Canine Cove at all times. Dogs must be kept in the appropriate 'small' dog (under 25 pounds) or 'large dog' (25+ pounds) section of Canine Cove. Canine Cove may be closed for routine maintenance and City sponsored events. No smoking or food of any kind is permitted in Canine Cove. Canine Cove is open from 8:00 a.m. till dusk. In case of emergency, call 911. Please Share...

  • Canine Cove at South County Regional Park

    Canine Cove at South County Regional Park Located in the South County Regional Park. Directions: Go West on Glades Road, past 441, past Cain Boulevard, continue west until you see signs. The park is just beyond fire station on the right side of the road and just east of the high school. Hours will be dawn to dusk all days but Wednesday when it closes from noon to 3 p.m. for regular maintenance. Offers two large dog sections (only one open at a time) and one for small dogs. This park will eventually have three gazebos, three pet drinking fountains, 34 shaded benches, 15 Dogipot stations, and one pet washing station large enough to wash two dogs at a time. Reader Notes: "Canine Cove is a wonderful dog park both for pets and their owners. We take our three dogs at least twice a week and the park is sprayed every Wednesday for ticks and fleas. I highly recommend it to those who live in the Boca, Coral Springs and Parkland area. There is no fee for bringing your pet there. They recommend that you not bring aggressive dogs to the park." Please Share...

  • Boca Raton Dog Park

    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. NOTE: We can't visit every area on a regular basis, so if you have information about any dog parks, beaches, or any other animal recreation facilities in the Boca Raton/Palm Beach County area, please contact FloridaPets.net. Or, if you'd like to share your experiences in this area with other readers, click inside the boxes below and leave your first name and comment as shown. Please be courteous, or your comment will be deleted and your ISP banned from this site. Please Share...

  • Waterway Dog Park

    Waterway Dog Park Located on NE 31st Ave. between NE 183 and 185 Streets. Open from 8 a.m. until 30 minutes before sunset. This is approximately 1 1/2-acres with a separate area for dogs, doggie water fountains and showers, playground equipment and red fire hydrants. It took the place of a half-acre previously set aside for dogs in Veterans Park. Entry into this park requires a valid Aventura resident ID card which can be acquired with proof of residency at the Community Recreation Center, 3375 NE 188 Street. For more information, call 305-466-3883. NOTE: We can't visit every area on a regular basis, so if you have information about any dog parks, beaches, or any other animal recreation facilities in the Aventura/Miami-Dade County area, please contact FloridaPets.net. Or, if you'd like to share your experiences in this area with other readers, click inside the boxes below and leave your first name and comment as shown. Please be courteous, or your comment will be deleted and your ISP banned from this site. Please Share...

  • Auburndale Dog Park

    Auburndale Dog Park 318 DENTON AVENUE (Off of Berkley Road) The Dog Park is located a few hundred yards north on the Auburndale Trail from the trail head. It is situated to the left of the trail.  It features exercise and play equipment for your pet. The park is separated for small and large dogs. Doggie clean-up products are provided, i.e. bags and disposal receptacle. Please obey the posted rules of the park for the safety enjoyment and well being of your pet. Grills, and alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Please Share...

  • Lake Myrtle Sports Complex Dog Park

    Lake Myrtle Sports Complex Dog Park This is a 2-acre dog park located at the south end of the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex. Offers separate areas for small and large dogs, parking, pet waste stations, trash cans, benches, an obstacle course, water fountains for both pets and people and lots of room to play. The dog park is close to the Auburndale TECO Recreation Trail, a popular dog-walking location. This park provides a choice to the people and dogs that have been driving to Polk County's other dog park in Mulberry. NOTE: We can't visit every area on a regular basis, so if you have information about any dog parks, beaches, or any other animal recreation facilities in the Aburndale/Polk County area, please contact FloridaPets.net. Or, if you'd like to share your experiences in this area with other readers, click inside the boxes below and leave your first name and comment as shown. Please be courteous, or your comment will be deleted and your ISP banned from this site.   Please Share...

  • Atlantic Beach Dog Park

    Atlantic Beach Dog Park By Patricia Collier, Owner, FloridaPets.net The Atlantic Beach Dog Park is the newest pet friendly place in the Jacksonville area. The grand opening was held Saturday, January 22, at the park’s location at 268 Aquatic Drive, next to the Sunrise Community Church in Atlantic Beach. The off-leash dog park was founded after a small group of regular citizens identified a need and worked with city officials to make it a reality. Rick Carper, Public Works Director and City Engineer for the City of Atlantic Beach, said he was impressed by the resident-led effort. “The opening was very well attended, with at least 25 new members signing up to use the dog park,” Carper said, “and many more application packets handed out.” Donna Bagby, president of the dog park committee, said the City of Atlantic Beach donated the site for the park, which City workers then constructed. “There were about 100 people in attendance at the opening and many, many dogs,” Bagby said, “We received a lot of good feedback afterwards.” Membership fees will be the main source of funds to maintain the dog park and its amenities, and to fund special projects, such as an irrigation system and periodic sod replacement. Ongoing fundraising, such as personalized brick and t-shirt sales, will also be important for the park's upkeep. Dog Park Documents  Contact 904-247-5836 or 5837 to sign up in person or ask questions. Dog Park Application, Waiver, and Park Rules Dog Park Record of Shots Dog Park Frequently Asked Questions  Dog Park Fees Schedule Tips for Using the Dog Park Please print and complete the above forms and return to the Atlantic Beach City Hall Cashier's counter with your payment. Atlantic Beach Dog Park encompasses about 1.8 acres and is located just a couple of miles from Paws Park Dog Park in Jacksonville Beach. The park basically encircles a large pond for doggies who love to swim, offers separate areas for small and large dogs, water drinking stations, poop bags, and a double gated entry. (Note to humans: there are no restrooms on location at this time.) The Park has an annual usage fee of $50 for the first dog and $25 for each additional dog. It will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. until daylight saving time when the hours will be dawn to dusk. The park will close Thursdays from 8 a.m. to noon for maintenance. Visit Atlantic Beach Dog Park for more information and a membership application. NOTE: We try our best to cover all pet friendly locations in the Jacksonville area, but if you have information about any dog park, beach, restaurant, store, or any other animal recreation facilities, in the Jacksonville/Duval County area, please contact FloridaPets.net. Please Share...

  • Doctors’ Dog Park

    Doctors' Dog Park Located on Highland Avenue, between First and Oak Streets, off Hwy 441. This 5-acre dog park opened 07-21-07. Offers water fountains for people and pets, benches, canine shower. The park is split into three sections: one for small dogs under 30 pounds, an all-dog play area and an unused section, which is set aside to be used when one section shows excessive wear. Parking is available across the street. Reader Notes: "I took my Lab there...and it was great. Nice and spacious, lots of room to run." Hey, don’t bark up the wrong tree! The City of Apopka invites you and our four legged friends to join us for a “howling” good time at Doctors' Dog Park located off of Highland Avenue behind Edward's Field. Amenities This 750 feet by 300 feet dog park features water fountains, a pet shower, benches, a pet memorial bridge and, most importantly, plenty of space for “man's best friend” to frolic and play. We hope to see you there! Additional Information Park Hours of Operation Monday-Sunday 8 a.m. to Dark NOTE: We can't visit every area on a regular basis, so if you have information about any dog parks, beaches, or any other animal recreation facilities in the Apopka/Orange County area, please contact FloridaPets.net. Or, if you'd like to share your experiences in this area with other readers, leave your first name and comment below. Please be courteous, or your comment will be deleted and your ISP banned from this site. Please Share...

  • Apollo Beach

    Apollo Beach Note: A kind reader advised us of this location, what she called a "semi dog park." It is located in at 6767 Surfside Blvd., in South Hillsborough County. Directions: go south on Rt 41, turn right on Apollo Beach Blvd. (There is a Publix on the right.) Take that street all the way down until it dead ends, go right at the dead end and take that until it dead ends into the park parking lot. Reader Notes: "Went there today (08-28-10) and they have built steps that lead right into the water during high tide. But you can walk down the point and there is a beach. VERY NICE place for the dogs." "We went to Apollo Beach and it wasn't too bad. Water seemed a little mucky...but was really warm and the babies LOVED it! Tell everyone to be sure NO ONE goes into the grassy areas towards the beach. We thought we'd take the babies there to 'go'...they ended up with stickers in their paws and faces and on our feet! I believe the grassy areas near the pavillions is better for going potty,but everyone should be aware. Also, you do have to kind of crawl down and then up a little trench like area cut into the little cliff...to get to the water. It wasn't too bad, but the sand does move under your feet." "It's actually a beach, not a park. It is located right near the Teco plant. You can take your dogs there, but they need to be leashed. They can however, play in the water. There really isn't anyone there looking to make sure a dog is on a leash. Many times I have seen people let their dogs play in the water leash free.... you must clean up after your dogs! There are special baggies supplied in case someone forgets to bring one." "There will probably will be people there sunbathing if it's nice, but it's more a walking, take your dog kind of beach, rather than the sunbathing, swimming kind of beach. Just though i would let you know because I go to this park at least 5 times a month with my puppy and he loves it. " "I went to the park today with my golden retriever. Although the park does still exist, the beach is now a cliff - I guess that the weather has been bad to the coastline here - we had to scoot down a 8-10 foot dune - and there was less than 2 ft. of beach before the water began." NOTE: We can't visit every area on a regular basis, so if you have information about any dog parks, beaches, or any other animal recreation facilities in the Apollo Beach/Hillsborough County area, please contact FloridaPets.net. Or, if you'd like to share your experiences in this area with other readers, click inside the boxes below and leave your first name and comment as shown. Please be courteous, or your comment will be deleted and your ISP banned from this site. Please Share...

  • Unique Amelia Island Vacation Rentals

    Unique Amelia Island Vacation Rentals Private pet friendly rentals on pristine Amelia Island in Northeast Florida. Amelia Island Vacation Rentals Welcome to Unique Realty of Amelia, we specialize in luxury Amelia Island vacation rentals. Whether you want a condo, a home vacation rental for 1 week or long term rentals, we have you covered. You can even bring your pet, we have many pet friendly vacation rentals. So bring your best friend along for a wonderful vacation. Watch a short video about Amelia Island, press the play button on the video to the right. Enjoy! Please Share...

  • Nassau Humane Society Dog Park

    Where every dog has his day! Tomlyn Veterinary Science recognizes NHS Dog Park Located at 617 Airport Road in Fernandina Beach. Open Monday through Friday, 11:30 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, and Sunday - 1 pm - 3 pm. Review web site for more information. Please Share...

  • South Florida U. M. Camp

    6355 CR 78 W, Alva, FL 33920 1-863-675-0334 Between Alva and LaBelle, 35 miles east of Ft. Myers. PET POLICY: This camp offers 150 acres of peace and quiet, rustic cabins, tent and RV sites. Tent and RV areas are pet friendly; cabins are NOT. No pet deposits required. Immunization records are required. For more info or reservations, contact facility manager Martha Pierce at mpierce@strato.net. After finding a place to stay, use our search box below to find more information about Alva - from either FloridaPets.net or the entire Internet:  Please Share...

  • Cranes Roost Park

    Cranes Roost Park is at the heart of Uptown Altamonte surrounding Cranes Roost Lake. The lake is encircled by one mile of continuous walkway with benches and covered seating areas. Within the 45-acre park is a European-style plaza which includes a choreographed fountain show and a 62-foot picturesque tower as well as the Eddie Rose Amphitheater with stadium-style seating and a one-of-a-kind floating stage. Note the cobblestone-style pathways, ionic columns, gathering areas with seating, themed lighting fixtures all ready for leisurely strolls, listening to music, or just enjoying the beauty of the park. Cranes Roost Park is Central Florida’s premier outdoor event venue with weekly, monthly and annual events. Park rentals are available. Please Share...

  • City Parks

    Dogs are allowed in city parks as long as they are on leashes and stay in designated areas. One of our readers tells us this includes Cranes Roost Park off 436. For more information, call 407-571-8000.   NOTE: We can't visit every area on a regular basis, so if you have information about any dog parks, beaches, or any other animal recreation facilities in the Altamonte Springs/Seminole County area, please contact FloridaPets.net. Or, if you'd like to share your experiences in this area with other readers, click inside the boxes below and leave your first name and comment as shown. Please be courteous, or your comment will be deleted and your ISP banned from this site. Please Share...

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