Off-Leash Dog Parks in Siesta Key, FL

There are 7 off-leash dog parks within 20 miles of Siesta Key. 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 Siesta Key.

Pet Friendly 17th Street Paw Park
17th Street Paw Park 17th Street Paw Park is a great off-leash dog park in Sarasota, with water, shade and everything else your pooch needs to play! See Details
Pet Friendly Happy Tails Dog Park at G.T. Bray Park
Happy Tails Dog Park at G.T. Bray Park Pets will love playing off-leash at this fenced Bradenton dog park, which includes separate small dog area, drinking water, and benches for owners to rest on. See Details
Arlington Park Dog Park Nice off leash dog park In a beautiful park. Plenty of parking. See Details
Woodmere Dog Park This off-leash park in Venice is a great spot to exercise your pet, and includes a shade structure, benches, mutt mitts, separate areas for small and large dogs, and water stations. See Details
Holmes Beach Dog Park at Central Park Managed by the City of Holmes Beach, this dog park has a separate small dog area, drinking water, benches, and some shade. Beware of the occasional baseball or softball coming from the nearby Birdie Tebbetts Field. See Details
Lakeview Paw Park Everything we could have asked for to make our pooch, and thus...us, happy while traveling and not knowing where to let her run off leash. 2 acres of fenced in shade for dogs over 20 lbs., plenty of water bowls, hose, doggie pools provided....and lots of tennis balls all over! Park has a smaller area for puppies and dogs under 20 lbs. Very pleasant discovery! Highly recommended. See Details
Creekwood Canine Park Amenities: Doggie Drinking Fountain Free Waste Bags Pavilion Enclosed area exclusively for small, fragile or elderly dogs Dog Park Rules This park is for the enjoyment of our canine visitor. Aggressive dogs will not be allowed to remain in the park. Dogs must wear a current license tag and have a current rabies vaccination. Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the park. All dogs within the fence must be off leash. Choke collars are prohibited. Dog owners must be present, with leash, and in view of their dog at all times. Dogs must be under voice control at all times. Dog feces must be picked up and disposed of by the owner. Owners must immediately fill in any holes dug by their dogs. Feeding the squirrels is prohibited inside the dog park. People food is prohibited inside the dog park. Alcoholic consumption is prohibited in County parks. The small dog area is recommended for small, fragile, or elderly canine visitors. Children may accompany the family pet if they are under the direct supervision of an adult. In all cases, owners are responsible for the actions of their dogs. Canine and human visitors enter at their own risk. Manatee County cannot be responsible for injuries to visiting dogs, their owners, or others using the park. All special events should be requested through the Parks and Recreation Department. NO park personnel on duty in the dog park. See Details