Off-Leash Dog Parks in Boca Raton, FL

There are 2 off-leash dog parks in Boca Raton, and 16 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, 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 Boca Raton.

Pet Friendly Canine Cove at South County Regional Park
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. See Details
Pet Friendly Mizner Bark - Boca Raton Dog Park
Mizner Bark - Boca Raton Dog Park Off leash dog park in Boca Raton, FL. Dogs are separated into three areas, depending on pet size. Doggie bags and fresh water are available. Parking permit is required. See Details
Dog Swim and Bark Park at Snyder Park Pets love this small, fenced dog park, which includes a cute dog-friendly beach with a clean lake for swimming. Membership required. See Details
Pooch Pines at Okeeheelee Park This park, designed for off-leash recreation, is fenced and features several areas, including a wash station, shade, benches, and fountains. There are six miles of paved trails to explore around the adjacent park, too. See Details
Lake Ida Dog Park Lake Ida Dog Park has separate areas for small and large dogs as well as drinking water. See Details
Off Lead Dog Pool Dog Day Care, Boarding, and Spa. As well as offering Training and Grooming. See Details
Happy Tails Dog Park at Seminole Park Happy Tails Park is a great place to walk your dog and meet friends. Located at Seminole Park in the City of Plantation, the park provides five acres dedicated to man's best friend. The park is home to the Plantation Canine Unit and features three distinct activity areas -- a leash free run and fun area for large dogs, an exercise area ideal for agility training, and an area for smaller dogs (twenty-five pounds or less). The park features ample parking, restroom facilities and pavilions, and is open to the public from 7:00 a.m. until dusk, seven days a week. Holiday hours will vary. Various canine events and activities are held throughout the year. For information on these happenings, you should contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 954-452-2510. See Details
Wellington Dog Park Pets may play off-leash at this lovely wooded dog park, which also includes picnic tables and restrooms. Wellington Dog Park is located within Greenbriar Park. See Details
Riverwalk Linear Dog Park Pets are welcome to join you on-leash for a stroll down this beautiful riverside walk dotted with restaurants and shops. See Details
Barkham Dog Park at Markham Park Though somewhat off the beaten path, this fenced dog park is worth the trek. It is located within the 666-acre park, Markham Park. You'll find a small and large dog section to explore together. The area includes Bermuda sod, walking paths, fountains, and more. The park has a wash area, benches, shaded seating, clean up bags, agility equipment, restrooms, and is fully fenced with double gated entrance and drinking fountains. The fee is $1.50 for humans to enter the park and $5 for dogs to go in the dog park. You do have to present a rabies certificate if you are not from the state. See Details
Canine Corner Dog Park This 2.6-acre, members only park features separate areas for large and small (up to 25 lbs) dogs, plus two dog water guzzlers, three pet stations with dispenser and bags, benches, sidewalks, and plenty of trees. The Park is open every day from sunrise to sunset, except for Tuesdays, when it is closed for routine maintenance. Access to the park is granted through key fob, which are given at the time of membership purchase. Yearly, six month, weekly, and daily memberships can be purchased at the Aquatics Center, located at 820 NE 18th Ave. For more information call (954) 786-4111 or check out Canine Corner's official website. See Details
Windmill Dog Park This off-leash dog park is fully fenced and includes a separate area for smaller pets and a shade pavilion. See Details
Gary B Jones Park for People and Pups This clean, fenced dog park includes tons of space for your pet to play off-leash. Separate areas for large and small dogs, walking paths, drinking fountains, and doggie wash station available. See Details
Colohatchee Bark Park Dogs must register to use this off-leash park. The park is open everyday except Tuesday and Wednesday. See Details
Dr. Pauls Pet Care Center Dog Park This off-leash dog park has a small dog area, benches, drinking water, showers, and loads of special equipment for your pet to play on. See Details
Dr. Steven G. Paul Dog Park The Dr. Steven G. Paul Dog Park is free and open from 7:30 am to 9 pm to all wellmannered dogs and responsible owners. The park features large and small dog fenced areas, agility training equipment, a watering area, a paved running path, and “pooper scooper” bag dispensers. See Details
Oakland Bark Park Oakland Park loves pets! Bark Park is located adjacent to Royal Palm Park at 971 NW 38th Street. Intended to provide a fun and safe environment for our furry friends and those who love them, this park serves as a meeting place for residents while promoting socialization and exercise. The Dog Park features separate fenced areas for large dogs and small dogs, as well as parking for 30 vehicles. Structures provide additional exercise and agility training. Park is not staffed, certain rules apply. 971 N.W. 38th Street 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Oct - March) 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (April - Sept) See Details
Barkland Very friendly dog park. Has a side for small dogs and another side for large dogs. Water fountains for dogs and owners. Washing off station for dogs. Obstacle course for dogs to play. See Details