Best Dog Parks in Palm Beach
Enjoy this list of dog parks, all located within the Palm Beach region.
Take your dog to the dog park this weekend. Palm Beach is home to plenty of dog parks for your pooch to relax and play.
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Moving to Palm Beach soon and curious about the dog parks in the Palm Beach area for your pup? The Palm Beach area not only has beautiful scenery for owners to enjoy but plenty of amenity heavy dog parks for your furry friends to partake in as well. There are many reasons why visiting a dog park can prove rewarding, mainly that dogs and owners get to both take a break and work some socialization in. Relocating a pet can be difficult at times, but reaping the rewards of sunny, clean dog parks will be worth it. Here is a list of some of the best dog parks in and around the Palm Beach area.
Pooch Pines Dog Park is located at Okeeheelee Park. They have two large dog areas, one small dog area and a double gated entry. Your pup can enjoy the cooling stations and dog fountains. Pooch Pines is open from sunrise to sunset, but take not that Wednesdays they close from 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm for maintenance.
Visit Lilac Dog park for some fun in the sun with your furry pal. They also have plenty of benches, shade, drinking water. Test out the obstacle courses available with your dog and see if they have what it takes to be a champ. Lilac Dog Park is fully gated.
The Wellington Dog Park facility is an excellent option for dogs of all breeds and sizes. Wellington features a large fenced in off-leash area that is separated into sections for small, medium and large breeds of dogs. There are plenty of bathrooms, pavilions for shade and both doggy and owner water fountains.
Canine Cove is located in Boca Raton and is open daily from sunrise to sunset. They have two large dog sections, one medium dog section and one small dog section. Get some shade at one of the three gazebos available. Dog washing stations is available - large enough for one large dog or two smaller dogs.
Dog Park at Lake Ida has a double gated entry and a fantastic paved dog wash station. There are plenty of "fido fountains" park benches and park benches. Dog Park at Lake Ida is open from sunrise to sunset, but closed every Thursday from 12:00 noon - 3:00 pm for maintence.
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