Let’s be honest – dogs are awesome. They are fun-loving, loyal almost to a fault, and want nothing more than to put a smile on your face. And what do they ask for in return? Food, shelter, and maybe a trip to Palm Beach County’s many fabulous dog parks!
There are about two dozen dog parks scattered throughout Palm Beach County – some operated by the county, and some operated by the municipalities. There is no comprehensive database of all the parks in our beautiful county…until now!
Check out the map below, which we regularly keep updated, to find a dog park near you, or to discover a new park you can make a day-trip to.
Unique Dog Parks Worth A Visit
Jupiter’s Dog-Friendly Beach – Did you know Jupiter has a 2.5 mile stretch of beach access for you and your pooch? Check out the map below to get directions!
Village Paws in West Palm Beach – Looking for a dog park with an obstacle course? Of course you are! Check out Village Paws Park in West Palm Beach!
Pooch Pines in West Palm Beach – Probably the largest big-dog park in Palm Beach County! Located at the top of a giant hill in Okeeheelee Park, the park offers great views, and it’s always a good crowd of dog-loving regulars.
Did we miss a dog park? Let us know in the comments. Happy dog park exploring!
|Jupiter/Palm Beach Gardens|
|Cinquez Park (Coming Soon)|
|Jupiter’s Dog-Friendly Stretch of Beach|
|Anchorage Park of North Palm Beach|
|West Palm Beach|
|Pooch Pines Dog Park at Okeeheelee Park|
|Dreher Dog Park|
|City Paws Dog Park|
|Village Paws Park|
|Mary Brandon Park|
|Lake Woof at John Prince Park|
|Boynton Village Dog Park|
|Wellington/Royal Palm Beach|
|Wellington Dog Park|
|Dog Park at Royal Palm Beach Commons|
|Todd A. Robiner Park|
|Dog Park at Lake Ida|