Dreher Dog Park Overview
Hours: SUNRISE TO SUNSETNice dog park across from Palm Beach County Zoo that no one seems to know about. Large and Small sides for dogs with plenty of shade and water available.
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Average Rating:Dreher Dog Park in West Palm Beach, FL, US has an average rating of 3.0 based on 4 member reviews.
Nice little park!
T. in Riviera Beach
Very out of the way, but once we managed to find it the puppy had a blast! Other owners were friendly and courteous and picked up after their dogs. Plenty of space to run around and a good number of benches to sit on while watching your dog. Water fountain for dogs is provided, which was really nice after my dog ran around like a crazy person for most of the afternoon! (A good way to find it is to navigate to the Zoo. Starting from the main parking lot of the zoo, cross the main road at the stoplight and continue south. The dog park itself is on that side of the road. GPS coordinates take you to the science museum and main park itself.)
My dog and me.
mayleen in west palm beach
We have a such a good time we running together and play a lot the area is very clean,and very spacious for good exercise,also the rest of the park are very nice for reunions and share with your dog >i love this park.
Susie in Weston
Very disappointed in this place, moved out here 2 months ago and I've come here a couple of times with my pup she loves it but the last time I went, within 15min of playing my car got robbed during day light and people around. Park is nice and big but just not safe
Deb in West Palm Beach
Just moved to WPB and visited all the puppy parks with our 2 little pups. They're both little, weighing almost 12 pounds each. Imagine our surprise when a 3rd dog appeared through a hole in the wooden fence, walked across the park, and left sliding through the gate of the chain link fence. He returned minutes later squeezing under the chain link fence and exited using a big hole in the wooden fence. So there were 4 places the fences were not enough to safely contain your furbaby. We never returned and have found better puppy parks.