Off-Leash Dog Parks in Kissimmee, FL

There are 23 off-leash dog parks in Kissimmee, FL. Use the links below to get an overview of each dog park, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners.

Partin Triangle Park

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Partin Triangle Park is a 5-acre public park on Lake Tohopekaliga with tennis/raquet ball courts and four boat ramps. Leashed dogs welcome.

KUA Cumbie Canine Court

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KUA Cumbie Canine Court is located on an island inside of Kissimmee’s Mill Slough Park. The 6.3-acre grounds offers separate fenced areas for large and small dogs, benches, picnic tables, drinking fountains with attached pet fountains, and waste receptacles with bag dispensers. The park also provides an agility course that includes adjustable jump bar challenge, elevated dog walk, hoop jump, King of the Hill A-frame, weave posts, and a crawl tunnel. 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.

Shingle Creek Regional Park

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Fenced in dog park with drinking fountain and bathing area. Two fenced in areas, one for small dogs, one for large dogs. Benches and picnic table for the humans. Wate bags available. No agility equipment. Children's play area is nearby.

Dr. Phillips Dog Park

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This much-loved fenced dog park includes separate small dog sectioon, water fountains, and shade trees. Enjoy the lovely views while your pet plays off-leash.

Barber Dog Park

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Pets are welcome to play off-leash at this fenced Orlando dog park, which includes a separate small dog area and agility equipment.

Meadow Woods dog park

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This fenced, off-leash dog park is a convenient place to bring your pet for some exercise. Includes separate areas for large and small pets, water fountains, and walking paths.

Lake Eola Park

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Although technically not a dog park, the nearly 1-mile walking path around Lake Eola in downtown Orlando, Florida is very pet friendly. There are several dog-related events that take place at Lake Eola each year, and almost any time of the day you'll find pet owners taking their four-legged friends for a walk around the lake. Poop bag dispensers are conveniently located around the lake path so that you can clean up after your pet. In addition to the lake path, visitors can also enjoy the swan boats available for rental by the hour and half hour. There is also an amphitheater where concerts and other events are regularly held, as well as a couple of pet-friendly restaurants next to the lake, which will allow you to dine outdoors with your pooch.

Avalon Dog Park

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Locals love this friendly neighborhood dog park, which is fully fenced. A great place for your pet to play off-leash.

Downey Dog Park

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Pets love this fenced Orlando off-leash dog park, which includes a separate area for small dogs, benches, and several doggie drinking fountains.

West Orange Dog Park

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This is a pleasant dog park with plenty of shade and a water fountain for both dogs and humans. There are balls to chase, plenty of mulch to dig in, and time out pens (just in case)! There are two separate areas at the park -- one for smaller dogs and a bigger one for large dogs. Both have shaded seating areas for humans, some 'play equipment' to entertain dogs and a concrete path for walking on (handy if you need to bring a stroller or are in a wheelchair). Sometimes there is a paddling pool so your canine friend can cool off. There is a hose in the smaller park and both parks have plenty of plastic baggies to encourage people to pick up after their pet.

Barnett Dog Park

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Your pet will love to play off-leash at this clean, pretty fenced dog run. There are plenty of trees for shade, and picnic tables nearby.

Partin Triangle Dog Park

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This well-maintained off-leash park is a favorite with St. Cloud locals. The fenced grassy area includes a separate small dog area, water fountains, benches, and trees.

Park of the Americas

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Beautiful new Off Leash dog park on the east side of Orlando.Area is divided into Small dog 35 pounds and under & Big dog 35 pounds and over. Lots of room for dogs to roam and roam free!

Blue Jacket Park

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This public park is a popular spot with Winter Park runners, who are welcome to bring their on-leash pet along for the jog.

Pawmosa Dog Park

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This 1-acre, fenced, off-leash dog park includes a separate area for smaller pets as well as shade trees, time-out stations, water fountains, and paved walkways.

Simmers-Young Park

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City park with ball fields, picnic & play areas, dog park (divided for big dogs and small dogs) & a lake for fishing, all on 200 acres.

Poinciana Community Park and Dog Park

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Poinciana Community Park and Dog Park offers plenty of space for you and your pup to enjoy the great outdoors. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout most of the park. For off-leash playtime, head to the dog park where you will find separate areas for small and large dogs, agility equipment, water fountains, shaded areas, waste cleanup areas, and sheltered areas for humans.

West Orange Soccer Park

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Bring your pet to play off-leash at this 2-acre park with separate fenced large and small dog areas, water fountains and showers.

Lake Baldwin Park

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This off-leash park (during designated hours) near the water offers picnic tables, two pavilions, and doggie showers.

Lake Hiawatha Park

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Dog park in Clermont with separate areas for large & small dogs.

Minneola Dog Park

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The beautiful, new City of Minneola Dog Park is located at Trailhead Park in Minneola. There is a park area for small dogs (35 lbs and under) and an area for larger dogs (over 35lbs). The park has open space for running, big trees for shade, water fountains and even a fire hydrant or two. Just in case you forget to bring your pick-up bags, there is a dog waste station with bags available.

Waterford Lakes Dog Park

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Great park for dogs with some picnic tables and a doggy water fountain. No tree coverage so come when the suns not shining bright over head!

Bark Park at Veterinary Healthcare Associates

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Membership Requirements Proof of a current Rabies, DHPP and Bordetella vaccination from a Veterinarian Signed Release of Liability and Indemnification Form Signed acceptance of Bark Park Rules and Regulations