Dog Parks Around Miami, Florida


Miami, Florida, is one of the most visited locations in all of the United States, and its greater area has many dog-friendly facilities. To use these off-leash dog parks, all dogs must be sociable, be licensed and be up to date with all vaccinations.

Tropical Park

This greater park in Miami has recently opened an off-leash dog area. The park is open from sunrise to sunset. It has two acres that are divided into big and small dog areas. They both have playing equipment, like a tire jump, window jump, king of the hill ramp and more. There is also a shade structure, waste scoops, dog drinking fountains and dog water sprays for the hot weather.

Flamingo Bark Park

This is a wonderful off-leash dog park that is located in Miami Beach, Florida. It is open daily from 7:00 AM-9:00 PM. This park has been renovated after Hurricane Wilma. Today, it features two double gated runs for dogs that are newly sodded. There is also agility equipment, drinking fountains, and waste bags.

Pinetree Bark Park

This off-leash dog park is within the greater Pinetree Park in Miami Beach, by Indian Creek. It has been re-sodded, and there are two dog runs. There are benches, drinking fountains and waste bags. It is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

Washington Avenue Bark Park

This off-leash dog park is located in Miami Beach, by the Police Department substation. There are two double gated dog runs, as well as benches, water fountains, drinking water and waste bags.

Dog Chow Dog Park

This park is located in Kennedy Park, which is in Coconut Grove, Florida. It is a fenced-in area that is open sunrise to sunset for dogs to roam and play off-leash. It has shade trees, as well as benches, bathrooms, water, parking and handicap access. There are separate areas for large and small dogs.


Bark Park

This off-leash dog park is located in greater Amelia Earhart Park, in Hialeah, Florida. It is a large fenced-in park that takes up five acres. There are separate areas for large and small dogs. The Bark Park includes paved walkways, trees for shade, waste bags, paved walkways, drinking fountains and spray fountains for dogs and for humans.

You have to pay to park in the parking lot, but using the actual dog park is free. The greater park includes a skate park, lakes, a playground, bike trails and picnicking. Dogs must be on leash to go to the remainder of the park.

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