Off-Leash Dog Parks in Ormond Beach, FL

There are 3 off-leash dog parks in Ormond Beach, and 13 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 Ormond Beach.

Pet Friendly Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park
Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park Volusia County opened a four-acre dog park at Bicentennial Park in 2010. The dog park includes separate areas for large and small dogs, watering stations, benches and shade trees. See Details
Pet Friendly Tomoka State Park
Tomoka State Park Tomoka State Park in Ormond Beach, FL, welcomes leashed dogs. There is a 0.5-mile interpretive trail that you can enjoy with your pup. Biting insects can be problematic during warmer months, so plan accordingly. Please note that pets are not permitted on playgrounds, beaches, or in buildings. See Details
Ormond Beach Family YMCA Dog Park Bring your dog to play off-leash at the 1.5-acre Ormond Beach Family YMCA Dog Park. People don't have to be members of the YMCA to enjoy the facility, but dogs must be registered with the YMCA to use it. Registered dogs will have special YMCA dog tags. See Details
Barkley Square Dog Park Barkley Square Dog Park encompasses more than 14 acres and provides areas for large dogs, small dogs, training events, and time-out spaces. The dog park is situated on a parcel of land with many trees and even a small, lined pond in the large dog area. Parking is plentiful and amenities include a modern restroom, benches, dog watering stations, and attractive vinyl-coated fencing. The Barkley Square Dog Park is the fifth of its kind in Volusia County, the second owned and operated by Volusia County Government. The park opened in spring 2007 with a howling celebration. See Details
Halifax Humane Society Dog Park PLEASE CHECK THE DOG PARK'S WEBSITE FOR ANY TEMPORARY CLOSURES DUE TO MAINTENANCE. Halifax Humane Society Dog Park in Daytona Beach has a prime location off I-95, making it a premier destination for pet-centric travelers and community members alike. The park features areas for both small and large dogs on and off a leash. The park includes agility courses, fenced & shaded areas, walking trails, and water stations for pet owners and their animals. See Details
Good Times Dog Bar Good Times Dog Bar is a private waterfront dog park that serves beer, wine and cocktails. Located in Flagler Beach, FL, this bar is the ideal spot to enjoy drinks while letting Fido cool off and play with friends. Dogs must be registered on the Good Times Dog Bar website prior to their visit. See Details
James F. Holland Memorial Park James F. Holland Memorial Park offers 26 acres of diverse recreational amenities including a 3/4-mile walking trail that runs along the park's perimeter. Dogs play off-leash at the 1.5 acre dog-park. A secure entry to the 1.5-acre dog park will open onto two separate play areas, one for large dogs and one for small. Wash-down stations are also available. See Details
Van Alder Dog Park Van Alder Dog Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Daytona Beach Shores. The fenced-in area is located within the Lula M. McElroy Park on the coast. Outside of the dog park, kids will enjoy the town-themed playground. See Details
Riviera Oaks Dog Park The Riviera Oaks Dog Park in Holly Hill is a haven for your pet that allows Fido to romp with other dogs in a fenced setting that's surrounded by natural beauty. The park provides an area where dogs can be free from the leash, while enjoying a source of fresh water that is provided by the park. Owners must also clean up after their pets, although the park does provide garbage cans and doggie bags for that purpose, making it very convenient. See Details
Dog Park This one acre fenced area located at 2641 Paige Avenue is divided into large dog and small dog play areas. There is a 30 x 40 shade shelter with a dog and people water fountain. The grounds are grassed with open areas with concrete structures for doggy play. See Details
Wadsworth Park Wadsworth Park is home to many Flagler County sports leagues, boasts a skate park, and a 60,000 square foot, fenced dog park where dogs can run unleashed and mingle with other canines. The park features separate sections for large and small dogs and provides benches for owners to watch their dogs have a ball. Leashed dogs are welcome in most other areas of the park. Check their website for any current closures. See Details
Seamore Mermorial Dog Park Your pet will love the chance to play off-leash at this small fenced dog park in Port Orange. See Details
New Smyrna Beach Dog Park New Smyrna Beach Dog Park is a 1.2 acre park with separate areas for small and large dogs. There is a shade shelter and water fountains for both people and dogs. There are a few concrete structures within the park for Fido to play on and a kiddie pool is available for cooling off. See Details
Reed Canal Dog Park Reed Canal Dog Park features fenced areas for small and large dogs in South Daytona, FL. Fido can enjoy off-leash play while you take in the scenery from a bench under a large shade tree. See Details
Reed Canal Park Reed Canal Park is a dog-friendly park in South Daytona, FL. Leashed dogs are welcome on the paved trails and boardwalks throughout the park. There is also a fenced off-leash play area for small and large dogs. See Details
Palm Coast Dog Park Bring Fido to Palm Coast Dog Park, located within James F. Holland Park, in Palm Coast, FL. This 1.5-acre dog park offers two separate play spaces, depending on the size of your pup. Wash-down stations are also available. See Details