Off-Leash Dog Parks in Venice, FL

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Venice, and 6 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 Venice.

Pet Friendly Woodmere Dog Park
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
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
Arlington Park Dog Park Nice off leash dog park In a beautiful park. Plenty of parking. See Details
Ann Dever Regional Paw Park Public dog park with small dog, big dog and smaller dog area. The bad dog area is a future agility area. Very large fenced areas for dogs to run. Limited shade. Water available. Nice park, with lots of grassy area. Grass can get high sometimes in wet season. 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
The Canine Club Fenced in dog park with separate small and large dog areas. Water hose, kiddie pools, and covers pavilions. Park provides dog waste bags to keep the park clean. Nice size area. See Details
Ann Dever Memorial Regional Park Ann Dever Memorial Regional Park has over 420 acres of land, 50 acres for active use, 120 acres of environmental land, 136 acres north of the creek and 115 acres dedicated to Cedar Point Environment Park. Ann Dever Memorial Regional Park is a sanctuary of old growth pines, scrub habitat and mature pine flatwoods with mangrove fringe along Oyster Creek. An observation platform and the boardwalk crossing Oyster Creek displays the variety of birds that utilize Oyster Creek and the surrounding mangroves. Ann Dever Memorial Regional Park also includes San Casa, a 125 acre sanctuary that has old growth pines and scrub habitat. See Details