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Miami Dade County

http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/facility-dog-parks.asp

Designated Dog Parks are usually located within a larger park and allow dogs to frolic and play and run free within a fenced-off area.  They feature site furniture and equipment for dogs to play with and perform stunts.  Additional features include shade structures, hosing stations, water fountains for both pets and owners, and “Mutt Mitts” or bag dispensers and waste baskets, so owners can pick up after their pooches (a.k.a. dogs).
 
Amelia Earhart Park - Miami
401 East 65th Street
For more information, call (305) 685-8389
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/amelia_earhart.asp#bark-park
Parking fee for Amelia Earhart Park is free on weekdays, $4 a day on weekends
Amelia Earhart Bark Park is an off-leash dog park.  5 acres of grass area is completely fenced in. With paved walk ways, shade trees, picnic tables and benches, it’s a perfect place for you and your dog to unwind and have fun under the sun!  There is a separate fenced area for small dogs.  poop bag dispensers and water area
 
North Regional Dog Park at East Greynolds Park - North Miami Beach
16700 Biscayne Blvd
For more information, call (305) 945-3425
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/eastgreynolds.asp
1.76 acres and is divided into two sections, one for small dogs and another for larger dogs.  The two sections feature fencing, landscaping, walkways, shade structures, site furniture, hosing stations, water fountains for both pets and owners, and “Mutt Mitts” or bag dispensers and waste baskets so owners can pick up after their dog.
 
Dog Run Park at Lago Mar Park - Miami
SW 162nd Ave & SW 80th Street
No Phone, call Kendall Lake Park (305) 385-4750
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/lago-mar.asp
A Dog Run is a park with a dedicated fenced area for owners to exercise their dogs and let them roam without wearing leashes.  However, unlike a Dog Park, a Dog Run Park doesn’t have water facilities or dispensers or waste baskets.  Currently, there is one Dog Run facility located at Lago Mar Park. 
 
Acadia Park - Opa Loca
NW 195 Dr and 52 Ave
For more information, call (305) 622-2594
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/acadia.asp
 
Biscayne Shores & Gardens Park - Miami
NE 116th Street & 14th Ave
For more information, call Greynolds Park (305) 945-3425
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/biscayne-shores-gardens.asp
 
Deerwood Bonita Lakes Park - Miami
14405 SW 122 Ave
For more information, call (305) 271-3853
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/deerwood_bonita.asp
 
Kevin Broils Park  - Miami
SW 262 Terr. & 126 Court
This facility does not have a phone line. Call the Regional Office at (305) 233-3150 for information
http://www.miamidade.gov/Parks/Parks/kevin_broils.asp
 
Kings Meadow Park - Miami
SW 99 Street & SW 142 Ave
For more information, call (305) 380-6917
http://www.miamidade.gov/Parks/Parks/K_Meadow.asp
 
Rockdale Park - Miami
SW 146th Street & 93rd Ave
For more information, call Tamiami Park (786) 315-5252
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/rockdale.asp
 
San Jacinto Park  - Miami
4430 SW 15 Terrace
This park does not have a phone line.  For information, please call A.D. Barnes Park at (305) 666-5883
http://www.miamidade.gov/Parks/Parks/san_jacinto.asp
 
Snapper Creek Park - Miami
10280 SW 80 Street
For more information, call (305) 666-5883
http://www.miamidade.gov/Parks/Parks/snapper_creek_park.asp
 
Spanish Lakes Park  - Miami
NW 194th Street & NW 82nd Ave
For more information, call (305) 823-2414
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/spanish_lakes.asp
 
Tamiami Trail Park - Miami
12760 SW 6th Street
For more information, call (305) 207-2420
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/tamiami-trail-north.asp
 
West Kendale Lakes - Miami
6400 Kendale Lakes Drive
For more information, call (305) 388-4771
http://www.miamidade.gov/parks/parks/west_kendale.asp

 

Broward County

http://www.broward.org/parks/dogpark.htm 

All are free and open daily unless otherwise indicated

 


Well-behaved, leashed dogs are allowed to visit all Broward County Parks EXCEPT Hollywood North Beach Park (beachside) and all of the Nature Centers and Natural Areas.

If you plan to visit a city park with your pet, check the rules of the city as most municipalities do not allow pets in their parks.


“Barkham at Markham” Dog Park - Sunrise

16001 W. State Road 84
For more information, call the park at 954-389-2000

http://www.broward.org/parks/mk.htm
The park is accessible from a Broward County mass transit bus route.

This approximately three-acre, fenced-in area, which opened just west of the entrance to Markham Park in March 2005, was designed as a space for dogs to play leash-free. It includes sections for both large and small dogs, and it was the first dog park in the County landscaped with Bermuda sod to provide a smooth, even grassy playing surface.

Owner amenities include 8-foot-wide asphalt paths for walking or jogging with your pet, as well as three shelters for resting areas. Two shelters feature fountains dispensing chilled water for humans, while dogs have their own fountains in designated areas. There is also an area for washing dogs of all sizes. The entire dog park is fully ADA accessible.

 

The Dr. Steven G. Paul Dog Park - Coral Springs
2915 Sportsplex Drive

http://www.coralsprings.org/sportsplexatcs.com/dogpark.htm

The Dr. Steven G. Paul Dog Park is free and open from 7:30 am to 9 pm to all wellmannered dogs and responsible owners. The park features large and small dog fenced areas, agility training equipment, a watering area, a paved running path, and “pooper scooper” bag dispensers


Canine Beach - Ft Lauderdale
From the centerline of Sunrise Boulevard at A1A, north 100 yards on the beach
http://www.fortlauderdale.gov/cityparks/dogs.htm
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only
Winter Hours: 3 pm to 7 pm  |  Summer Hours: 5 pm to 9 pm (during Daylight Savings Time)
 
Annual Permit (January 1 to December 31)
Annual permits must be purchased in-person at 1350 West Broward Blvd
(Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) Annual renewals may be handled by mail
$30 per dog (Fort Lauderdale Residents) | $45 per dog (Non-Residents) | $5 Lost permit replacement
Temporary Passes One-Weekend Permit (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) - $7 per dog
Please see the park ranger on duty for extra pooper scoopers, if needed.


Dog Walking on A1A - Ft Lauderdale
West side of A1A from Sunrise Boulevard to the southernmost intersection of Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard (A1A) and Seabreeze Blvd
http://www.fortlauderdale.gov/cityparks/dogs.htm
Hours: 6 am to 9 am
An annual Canine Beach permit is required to walk dogs on the west side of A1A (6 a.m. to 9 a.m.) from Sunrise Boulevard to the southernmost intersection of Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard (A1A) and Seabreeze Boulevard
Note: You can walk dogs on the west side of A1A, north of Sunrise Blvd 24 hours a day (no permit required)


Riverwalk Linear Park - Ft Lauderdale
20 North New River Drive from SW 5th Ave to SE 2nd Ave (Along the New River in Downtown Fort Lauderdale)
http://www.fortlauderdale.gov/cityparks/dogs.htm
Pooper scoopers are available in boxes along the Riverwalk

Bark Park at Snyder Park - Ft Lauderdale
3299 SW 4th Ave
http://www.fortlauderdale.gov/cityparks/dogs.htm
For more information, call the park at 954-828-4343

Fees Monday - Friday – No charge  | Saturday and Sunday – Fee is included in the park admission fee of $1 per person for ages 6 and over
Two fenced acres with agility courses for dogs are available at Bark Park in Snyder Park.  Swimming for dogs is available at Snyder Park’s East Lake
 

 

Happy Tails Dog Park at Seminole Park - Plantation


6600 SW 16th Street
http://www.plantation.org/parks/City-Parks/happy-tails-dog-park.html
The park is home to the Plantation Canine Unit and features three distinct activity areas: a leash free run and fun area for large dogs, an exercise area ideal for agility training and an area for smaller dogs (twenty-five pounds or less).  Various canine events and activities are held throughout the year. For information on these happenings, you should contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 954-452-2510.  This is an unsupervised Park where dogs are permitted to run free without a leash.

B.F. James Park - Hallandale Beach

101 NW 9th Street

http://www.hallandalebeachfl.gov/index.aspx?nid=673

 

 

Peter Bluesten Park - Hallandale Beach

501 SE First Ave

For more information, call (954) 457-1457

http://www.hallandalebeachfl.gov/index.aspx?NID=268

 

Golden Isles Park - Hallandale Beach

Egret Dr. and Layne Blvd

For more information, call (954) 457-1452

http://www.hallandalebeachfl.gov/index.aspx?NID=269

 

Dog Beach of Hollywood - Hollywood
Hollywood Beach between Pershing & Custer Streets
For more information, call 954-921-3404
http://www.hollywoodfl.org/parks_rec/northwest_parks.htm

Passes are available on site or at Hollywood Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Office, 1405 S. 28th Ave

 

Emerald Hills Lakes Park - Hollywood
3901 N. 30th Terrace

http://www.hollywoodfl.org/parks_rec/northwest_parks.htm
A neighborhood park with playground, swings, ballfield and small basketball court, walking path and dog area

 

John Williams Park - Hollywood
Sheridan Oak Forest - 6101 Sheridan Street

http://www.hollywoodfl.org/parks_rec/northwest_parks.htm

A favorite among scouts, overnight campers and nature lovers, John Williams Park allows a close encounter with nature while providing passive recreational activities. GOB Bond enhancements include a new dog park area; new picnic pavilions; an instructional pavilion; picnic tables & benches.  Unique to Sheridan Oak Forest is the nature walk  which includes interpretive signage for vegetation along the pathway. The park also has playground equipment and restrooms.


Oakridge Park- Hollywood
5200 SW 35th Ave
http://www.hollywoodfl.org/parks_rec/northwest_parks.htm

The site now features a play area for dogs and their owners, two covered playgrounds, one on wood chips, and one on artificial turf, a small pavilion,  a walking path, an additional pavilion, benches and two parking lots.  ADA Accessible.

 

Poinciana Neighborhood Park & Poinciana Dog Park - Hollywood
1301 South 21st Ave

http://www.hollywoodfl.org/parks_rec/southeast_parks.htm
Poinciana provides a location to stretch a pet's legs as well as a pleasant spot for two-legged visitors to enjoy a walking path, playground covered shade structure, shoot hoops or enjoy a picnic. It also has beautiful poinciana trees.

 

Oakland Bark Park - Oakland Park
971 N.W. 38th Street


 

Gary B. Jones Park for People and Pups - Tamarac
8101 Southgate Boulevard, on Southgate Bouelvard west of University Drive and Tamarac Veterans' Park
For more information, call 954-597-3620
http://www.tamarac.org/city-departments/parks-and-recreation/park-listings.aspx
The park features areas for both large and small dogs, a common area with drinking fountains (for both people and pups), a dog washing area, shelters, pathways, and landscaping.
 
Woodville Dog Park - North Lauderdale
1500 S.W. 83rd Ave  Located on McNab Road and S.W. 83rd Ave
http://www.nlauderdale.org/parks%20&%20rec/parklocations2.html
This three acre park is a combined educational, natural preserve and dog park.
It contains a dog park, nature trail, open green space, and restrooms. (Nature Area, Green Area, Dog Park )

 

Palm Beach County 

http://www.pbcgov.com/parks/amenities/dogpark.asp

Canine Cove at South County Regional Park - Boca Raton
12551 Glades Road, west of Boca Raton in South County Regional Park  Note: Access from Glades Road only 


Your dog can come, run, and play to his or her heart's content in our fenced-in areas designed especially for off-leash recreation

CANINE COVE FEATURES 2 large dog sections (one ring open at a time on rotation basis for maintenance) and 1 small dog section, 3 gazebos, 3 drinking fountains with pet fountains attached, 34 shaded benches, 15 Dogipot Pet Stations with plastic bags and waste receptacles, 1 pet washing station large enough to accommodate 2 dogs, Nearby parking
 

Dog Park at Lake Ida - Delray Beach
1455 Lake Ida Road  
 


Your dog can come, run, and play to his or her heart's content in our fenced-in areas designed especially for off-leash recreation

LAKE IDA DOG PARK FEATURES  2 large dog sections (one ring open at a time on rotation basis for maintenance) and 1 small dog section, Double gated entry, Paved dog wash station, Fido fountain, Dog bag dispensers, Covered trash cans, Restrooms, Parking, Benches
 

Pooch Pines at Okeeheelee Park - West Palm Beach
7715 Forest Hill Blvd  
 


Your dog can come, run, and play to his or her heart's content in our fenced-in areas designed especially for off-leash recreation
POOCH PINES FEATURES  2 large dog sections (one ring open at a time on rotation basis for maintenance) and 1 small dog section, Double gated entry, Paved dog wash station, Fido fountains, Dog bag dispensers, Covered trash cans, Restrooms, Nearby parking,  shaded sitting areas, Benches