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The Best Dog Parks In Miami

Does your dog know what “dog park” means? Do you find yourself spelling out the words so your dog doesn’t go crazy with excitement? For many dogs, the dog park is the best place on earth. So for those canine friends who love to play, fetch, romp with pals, or simply sniff the perimeters, here’s a list of the Best Dog Parks in Miami.

The Best Dog Parks in Miami

 

Coconut Grove

Blanche Park – 3045 Shipping Avenue

  • Open 7 AM to  10:30 PM, 7 days a week.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Kennedy Dog Park (Coconut Grove Dog Park) – 2400 South Bayshore Drive

  • Open 9 AM to 5 PM, 7 days a week.
  • Two separate dog areas for smaller and larger dogs.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Coconut Grove Dog Park

Coral Gables

Chapman Trail Dog Park – SW Guadalajara Street

  • Open 8 AM to 5 PM, 7 days a week.
  • Two separate dog areas for smaller and larger dogs.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Doral

Tails & Trails Dog Park – 11645 NW 50 Street

  • Open Sunrise to Sunset, 7 days a week.
  • Two separate dog areas for smaller and larger dogs.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Hialeah

Amelia Earhart Park – 401 E 65 Street

  • Open Sunrise to Sunset, 7 days a week.
  • Two separate dog areas for smaller and larger dogs.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Kendall

Bark Park at West Kendale – 11255 SW 157 Avenue

  • Open Sunrise to Sunset, 7 days a week.
  • Two separate dog areas for smaller and larger dogs.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Miami

Dog Run at A.D. Barnes Park North (not fenced in) – 6731 SW 33 Street

  • Open 7 AM to 10:00 PM, 7 days a week.
  • No water fountains.
  • No poop bag dispensers or wastebaskets on site.

Bark Park at Tropical Park – 7900 SW 40 Street

  • Open 7 AM to 10:30 PM
  • Two separate dog areas for smaller and larger dogs.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Miami Beach

Flamingo Park – 13 Street and Michigan Avenue

  • Open 8 AM to 8:30 PM, 7 days a week.
  • Two separate dog areas for smaller and larger dogs.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

South Pointe Park – 1 Washington Avenue

  • Open Sunrise to 10 AM & 4:30 PM to 8 PM, 7 days a week. (This is the only dog park in Miami Beach with allocated times.)

North Shore Open Space Park – 8328 Collins Avenue

  • Dogs allowed only on Friday, Saturday and Sundays
  • Admission: $5 Residents / $25 Non-Residents – Annual Pass $20 for Residents.
  • Proof of current vaccination required.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Washington Avenue Bark Park – 201 2 Street

  • Open Sunrise to Sunset, 7 days a week.
  • Two separate dog areas.
  • Water fountain for dogs and their humans.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

Palmetto Bay/Pinecrest

Perrine Wayside Park – 9705 East Hibiscus Street/16425 South Dixie Highway

  • Open 8 AM to Sundown, 7 days a week.
  • Separate areas for small and large dogs.
  • A large lake where dogs can swim.
  • Water fountain for dogs.

South Miami

South Miami Dog Park – 6380 SW 78 Street

  • Open from Sunrise to Sunset, 7 days a week.
  • Small and large dogs allowed.
  • The park features obstacles for dogs to play.
  • Water fountain for both dogs and their owners.
  • Poop bag dispenser and wastebaskets are on site.

 

Are there dog parks you frequent that didn’t make our list?  We’d love to hear from you via our Contact Form or you can email us directly at info@miamipetconcierge.com.

 

*All information above is correct at the time of publishing.  We do recommend checking the hours of operation for each dog park before visiting.

 

 

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