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Canine Cove at South County Regional Park

Locals love this beautiful, fenced off-leash dog park, which includes a separate area for small dogs, gazebos for shade, drinking water, and benches to rest on. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Canine Cove at South County Regional Park has received a rating of 4.9 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Bianca
    Feb. 21, 2021
    Great park!

    we were visiting from out of state and brought our 6 month old puppy here. all of the owners and dogs were very friendly and there was plenty of room for our pup to have his own space and watch since he’s still timid. the park was very clean too and had 3 areas (small, medium, large). definitely would come back!

  • Maegan
    Jun. 17, 2020
    Great Park!!

    Took my two labs while in town. The park was clean and the people and dogs were friendly! No permit needed ahead of time.

  • Daniel
    Jan. 22, 2020
    Best park I've ever seen

    No advance permission or documents are required - just show up. No residency requirement. There are separate areas for small, large, and mid-sized dogs. Water fountains for the dogs. Poop bags provided. There are double gates so dogs cannot sneak out. Hoses to wash dogs' feet.

  • Carolyn
    More than a year ago
    Love this park

    After visiting several dog parks, we have found canine cove to be the most inviting and comfortable. Most everyone is friendly and all of the dogs have room to run and play together. I appreciate having two areas (one for the smaller dogs and one for the larger dogs) as our pup is wary around very large dogs. I also like that anyone can bring their dog here no matter where they are from. Our dog always leaves this park happy and exhausted.

  • Michelle
    More than a year ago
    Almost perfect!

    Went to this dog park the other day with a friend. I was VERY impressed! The grassy area was nice and large for both the large breed section and the small breed section. All the owners seemed to be nice and we had no serious problems with any of the dogs! One thing I loved was that I was able to bring my large dog into the small dog section with out any complaints. My friend has a small dog so I feel bad that we always are stuck in the large dog section because most people get upset when you bring a large breed into the small breed section. But they were very friendly and welcoming. The only issues I had with this park was that it was very muddy. For some reason maintenance drives their golf carts through the grass which destroys it so when it rains it gets VERY muddy in some sections. The water bowl in the large breed section has no water pressure and drains too quickly so it's almost impossible for my dog to get fresh water. Also the hoses in the bathing area had no water pressure so it was difficult trying to get off the thick mudd. Other than that it was a very nice dog park and I was pleased that the dogs were very friendly!

  • Kimberly
    More than a year ago
    Plenty of Room to Run

    Took my dog there this weekend after his AKC Show in the same park complex. This is a nice large park, with great dogs and attentive owners. Plenty of water for the dogs and LOVE the wash area for the dogs.

  • Jofruty
    More than a year ago
    Great Park and Beautiful Sunsets

    A real treasure. Nicest dog park in SoFla.

  • Steve
    More than a year ago
    Great park!

    Now this is WEST Boca Raton and they accept all friendly dogs no matter if tou are from snobsville or friendlyville

    2 large dog parks and a huge small dog park in the middle...dedicated fenced wash area

    Plenty of shelters from sun and rain in this lake front park

    Great mix of dogs from great danes down to miniatures

    A place any dog lover would enjoy even if fido wasn't along

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