Tallahassee Dog Parks


1. Tom Brown 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."

2. San Luis Park

Located on San Luis Road, off Tharp Street. This park has a good sized fenced in area for dogs to play and explore and dogs are allowed to go around the other areas of the park as long as they are leashed.

Directions: From the Capitol, take Monroe Street North to the Tharpe Street intersection. Take a left onto Tharpe. Go 3 or 4 miles down, past Godby High School, then take a left onto San Luis Road. The park will be on the left at the bottom of the hill.

Reader Comments:

"Very shaded (great for summer) and a few more tables for owners to sit at. Dog park area has a lot of dirt/dust in dry season and some puddles in rainy season."

NOTE: We can't visit every area on a regular basis, so if you have information about any dog parks or beaches, or any other animal recreation facilities, in the Tallahassee area, please contact FloridaPets.net.

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