Dog Friendly Activities in Sunrise, FL

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Sunrise, FL. Use the links below to get an overview of each attraction, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Sunrise, FL, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!

Can walk your dog on a leash in this area of the beach and walk into water with dog on leash. Annual Permit (January 1 to December 31) $30 per dog (Fort Lauderdale Residents) $45 per dog (Non-Residents) $5 Lost permit replacement Annual permits must be purchased in-person at 1350 West Broward Boulevard (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Annual renewals may be handled by mail. One-Weekend Permit (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) - $7 per dog

Though somewhat off the beaten path, this fenced dog park is worth the trek. Includes separate small dog area, Bermuda sod, walking paths, fountains, and more. Wash area, benches, shaded seating, clean up bags, agility equipment, restrooms, fully fenced with double gated entrance and drinking fountains.

Haulover Beach Park features a bark park with an enclosure for small dogs (less than 35 lbs.) and large dogs (more than 35 lbs.) located near the south picnic area. Entrance to the bark park is through parking lot #3 located on the west side of Collins Avenue if traveling southbound or through parking lot #4 located on the east side of Collins Avenue if traveling northbound. The bark park features shade trees, picnic tables, and drinking fountains for both dogs and their companions, as well as doggie waste bag dispensers and waste containers. The bark park is open from 8am to sunset, seven days a week. Parking fees are $2 per vehicle. Dogs are also welcome on the beach, near lifeguard tower #3, seven days a week from 8am-3pm. This portion of the beach is directly across from the bark park and also accessible through parking lot #3 and #4.

Fort Lauderdale allows dogs on-leash in a large marked area of the beach. There are dog bags, water, and beach showers at this dog park. There is even a city officer on site to help with any problems and rule enforcement at the beach. The beach is close to the road, but officer and dunes are both between the beach and the road, so really, the only issue is parking. A one-weekend permit costs $7 per dog.
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