Best Dog Parks in Miami
Where: Shipping Avenue and Virginia Street in Coconut Grove.
A great place for dogs and their owners to make friends. The shaded benches and dogs of all sizes are welcome at this fenced-in park and will enjoy the trees, special water fountains and rolling hills.
Where: Bayshore Drive in Kennedy Park by the bay.
This park separates into large breed and small breed dog areas. Water fountains are available and the dog obstacle courses and play equipment set up.
Dog Beach on Key Biscayne
Where: Hobie Beach where dogs can swim and play. There is a fee of $1.75 to get through the toll booth.
There are not many places where dogs have beach access here in Miami Dade.
Where: Miami Beach Bark Parks include Washington Avenue, Flamingo Park, Belle Isle and the North Shore Open Space Park. Surrounded by luxury condos, South Pointe Park features a waterfront view of Government Cut – the channel where cruise ships and freighters head to port from the Atlantic. Pinetree Park faces Indian Creek, also affording waterfront views with some of Miami’s most iconic hotels in the distance. All provide dogs with tons of running room and water fountains galore.
Where: 7900 SW 40 St
Has 2 acres of fenced in land.
This dog park has a separate small dog area, obstacles and agility equipment, drinking fountains, a shade structure, benches, a doggy rinse area, and lake access.
Posted on June 6, 2013, in Dog Parks and tagged bark park, Blanche park, coconut grove, Dog beach, Dog park, Kennedy Park, key biscayne, Miami, Miami beach, Miami Beach Florida, Miami Dade, South Pointe Park, tropical park. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.