KUA Cumbie Canine Court
Directions to park: From Highway 192 (E. Vine Street): Head north on Michigan Avenue. Take right onto Boulder Drive. Take second left onto Agate Street. Park is located at end of street. From Osceola Parkway: Head south on Michigan Avenue. Turn left onto Boulder Drive. Take second left onto Agate Street. Park is located at end of street.
- JackieRLMore than a year agoGreat space BUT...
This is a great space for dogs to run and place. You can tell the intention was to provide dogs with a safe and fun environment to play and work on their agility HOWEVER, as with most public areas, it is poorly treated. People don't pick up their dog poop and throw trash around. I also found on the two occasions I visited that the young kids in the area use the park as their hangout to do drugs. Sad because the actual space itself is great with water fountains for the dogs, picnic tables, poop bags and agility equipment. I don't recommend this park unless the powers that be clean it up...including the party kids.
- MJMore than a year agoGlad to see signs
This park is still 4 bones for being Kissimmee's best idea yet. It's such a relief to be able to bring my dogs a place where they are welcome.
- MarianMore than a year agoGet accurate maps
KUA does need to get someone that understand social media to give accurate maps and someone at the city to post some "Dog Park (arrow)" signs. I went back to find the park and drove around for an hour and a half, could not find it again! I notice the map on Bring Fido also does not have a marker -- what is the big secret now?
- ChrisMore than a year agoNot secure
Warning!!! - I had the opportunity to visit the park with my 15 lb., 6 month old puppy. I visited the park, assuming I I would find an enclosed area that my dog would be able to safely and securely run unleashed. It seems that the gates in the back part of the fenced in areas are in disrepair such that my small dog was able to escape the safety and security of the enclosed area. Fortunately, I had noticed this earlier and identifying my puppies interest in exploring the area beyond the enclosure was able to leash her prior to her escape. I also noticed that this is an issue with the gate between the large dog and small dog area, however, I suspect this is due to other dogs that had previously visited the park digging in the area just under the gate.
- BlairMore than a year agoSmall and Empty
Saturday afternoon visit. No other dogs or humans. You have to drive through rough part of town to get here and the park is small. Going to Dr Phillips next time. Dissapointed as this one is closer.
- LynnMore than a year agowonderful
It may not be the biggest park but there is plenty of room and not overcrowded.
- EricaMore than a year agowhere are the dogs?
On a Saturday afternoon there was only one other dog and unfortunately that dog did not play nicely so he was taken to the other fenced in area. I was very disappointed as the point of going to dog parks is for dog interactions. It's a shame because they have cute agility equipment.
- LisaMore than a year agovery nice day
Our dog had a nice time. Really liked the little trail through the park. Parking is limited, but since the neighborhood is pretty large, I think street parking would never be an issue. The park was very clean and well kept. Lots of shade and a nice water fountain for both humans and dogs. I would take my dog there again.
- CarlaMore than a year agodoggy play date
Our dogs had a great time.. Love that it is close to our home and it has a pretty big shaded area.
- AshleyMore than a year agoSmallest dog park ever
By far the smallest dog park I have EVER been to. Both yards combined are smaller than one side of any of the other dog parks I have been to. There is almost no place for parking, maybe "like"(because there is no real spots) four regular spots, and two handicap. It is also at the end of a lower lower class neighborhood street so lots of traffic making 3 point turns in the "parking" area. There is a long (probably around half a mile) walk to then get to the dog park.
The park has just recently been remodeled yet the locking mechanism on the outside Large Dog gate is already broken... so there is no double gate to the entry.
There were no poop bags, none... not at the ones in the park and not the one on the long, long trail leading up to the park.
Was very displeased with the size of the yards, wasted all this space to create a long walk that could have been used to create nice massive sized yards and a decent parking lot. Some of the obstacles kind of make me nervous they are "fixed" so I foresee all kinds of injuries.
There isn't really grass but lots of wood chips I'm sure dogs love running on that....
I really wish this would have been a decent park because it is closer than pyramid but alas Pyramid is awesome because it is opposite than all the reasons I listed about Cumbie sucking.
- MarianMore than a year agoA Kissimmee gem for dog owners
Clean, water working, poop bags available (but BYO on holidays, they can run out). Rules are posted obviously, today has been quiet. Big shady oak trees over picnic benches inside dog play areas. Equipment is nice. Other park users have had dogs on leads when walking other areas, and have been responsible. Also families today with children on bicycles and strollers. Fun, cute, functional and in my town, I'm very pleased.
- MelissaMore than a year agonew-sm&lg dogs
This dog park has been remodeled. It a completely new facility for small and large dogs. Its clean and beautiful.