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Dog Park at Palma Ceia Park

Bring your dog to play off-leash at the Dog Park at Palma Ceia Park in Tampa, FL. This fenced dog run features lots of room for Fido to enjoy some exercise and relax in the shade of the surrounding trees. Features include a double-gated entry, picnic tables and a water fountain. Please note that street parking is limited at this small neighborhood park. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Dog Park at Palma Ceia Park has received a rating of 2.5 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Dave
    Jun 29, 2021
    Expected Better

    Double entry gate not secure. One side is always wide open so it's easy for dogs to escape when someone enters or exits.

    Huge sandpit, and can only imagine it being a mudpit when it rains.

    Only 1 faucet of the 2 work, but they are on the same post, so not that big of a deal. Water is by hose and a water dish, not a faucet with drain so saliva from previous dogs stay in the dish. Meh...

    Small park. Maybe a 1/4 acre of sand.

    Picnic tables are dirty/moldy from all the shade trees.

    Mosquitoes will carry you away.

    I'm used to faucets with drains, grassy fields, and several acres to run and play.

    I guess expected nicer from a Palma Ceia dog park.

  • Sarah
    Oct 15, 2020
    They Have A Doggie Pool! Great For Some Dogs

    lots of room for dogs, fully fenced in, some noise due to express way or children on attached play set but my dog seems ok with that. Can get a bit muddy if it rained otherwise it’s pretty sandy, not a lot of grass. there are a ton of trees for shade. my dog appreciates the hose and turtle shaped doggy pool in the middle of the dog park.

  • Haven
    Jan 24, 2020
    Giant Sand Box

    It was literally a giant sand box. There is only a patch of grass/weeds about 10 x 40 ft. Very noisy because of the expressway (not that my dog cared). The positive is that there are a lot of trees for shade.

  • Samuel
    Dec 28, 2018
    Sandy, Sand fleas, Noisy From Expressway

    The main issue with PCDP is the lack of grass or artificial turf. It is a large area that has the potential to be a very nice dog park. There weren’t a lot of dogs when we were here. Plan on your dog getting very dirty.

  • Patrickmasha
    Dec 8, 2018
    A Little Too Sandy

    Took our two dogs to this park on a Saturday. Note, that it currently opens at 9 am on weekends, as we learned from a gentleman who works for the park division.
    The park is very sandy, several patches of grass, a few trees. The dogs got very sandy! There’s a watering station for the dogs, but, again, expect your pup to be muddy after drinking and running in the sand.

  • Bo
    More than a year ago
    good spot

    Great spot for smaller dogs. Plenty of oak canopy to provide shade and lots of squirrels to chase. Lots of opportunities for your dog to get dirty here.

  • Neil
    More than a year ago

    It closes at 7:15 or at sunset officially, whichever comes first. Otherwise it is a good park with a lot of running and exploring space. But expect your dogs to get dirty as most of it is dirt

  • Brittany
    More than a year ago
    Closes at 7:00pm?!

    Would have loved to check out this park, but I arrived at 7:00 on a still sunny evening and a guard told me I wasn't allowed in. That is really early for Florida...

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