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Canine Cove
Location

Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park

12551 Glades Road, west of Boca Raton
Google Maps / Park Map

Canine Cove Features

  • 2 large dog sections (one open at a time on rotation basis for rest and maintenance)
  • 1 medium dog section
  • 1 small dog section
  • 3 gazebos
  • Drinking fountains with pet fountains attached
  • Shaded benches
  • Dogipot Pet Stations with plastic bags and waste receptacles
  • Pet washing station (large enough to accommodate 2 dogs)
  • Nearby parking

Hours
Sunrise - Sunset
Closed
Wednesdays 12:00 noon - 3:00 pm for maintenance

 

 

Dog Park at Lake Ida
Location
Lake Ida West Park
1455 Lake Ida Road, Delray Beach, FL 33444 
Google Maps 

Lake Ida Dog Park Features

  • 2 large dog sections (one open at a time on rotation basis for rest and maintenance)
  • 1 small dog section
  • Double gated entry
  • Paved dog wash station
  • Fido fountain
  • Dog bag dispensers
  • Covered trash cans
  • Restrooms
  • Parking
  • Benches
  • Nearby parking

Hours
Sunrise - Sunset
Closed
Thursdays 12:00 noon- 3:00 pm for maintenance

 

 

Lake Woof 
Location
John Prince Park​
2520 Lake Worth Road 
Lake Worth 
Google Maps​ /Park Map

​​Lake Woof is proudly sponsored by​ 
Animal Eye Specialty Clinic
Florida offices: Melbourne, Stuart, West Palm Beach, Deerfield, Fort Lauderdale, N. Miami Beach


Available exclusively at Lake Woof Dog Park:
Lake Woof Dog Park, located in John Prince Park, now features five recognition brick sites to commemorate a special pet in your life. Whether celebrating a new 4-legged addition to the family, a birthday,  or memorializing a beloved pet’s passing, you will forever have a special place in our newest and largest dog park. The cost for the engraved brick and its installation until December 31, 2017 is $100. Beginning January 1, 2018, cost for each brick is $250. For more information, contact our Business Development Section parksbusinessdev@pbcgov.org​

Lake Woof Features

  • 1 small dog section
  • 1 medium dog section
  • 1 large dog section
  • 2 dog sections (closed- used on rotation basis for rest and maintenance)
  • 5 gazebos with benches
  • Dogipot Pet Stations with plastic bags and waste receptacles
  • Drinking fountains with pet fountains attached
  • Pet washing station (large enough to accommodate 2 dogs)
  • Trash receptacles
  • Restrooms
  • Nearby parking

Hours
Sunrise - Sunset
Closed
Thursdays 12:00 noon- 3:00 pm for maintenance

 

Pooch Pines
Location
Okeeheelee Park
7715 Forest Hill Boulevard, 
west of West Palm Beach 
Google Maps /Park Map

​​Pooch Pines is proudly sponsored by
River Bridge Animal Hospital
West Palm Beach, FL
Dr. Stuart Fox

Pooch Pines Features

  • 2 large dog sections (one open at a time on rotation basis for rest and maintenance)
  • 1 small dog section
  • Double gated entry
  • Paved dog wash station
  • Fido fountains
  • Dog bag dispensers
  • Covered trash cans
  • Restrooms
  • Shaded sitting areas
  • Benches
  • Nearby parking

Hours
Sunrise - Sunset
Closed
Wednesdays 12:00 noon - 3:00 pm for maintenance


Dog Park Rules ​

Palm Beach County-operated dog parks are unsupervised recreational areas. All users are advised that the use of Lake Ida Dog Park, Lake Woof Dog Park, Pooch Pines Dog Park, or Canine Cove Dog Park is at their own risk.

  • Persons who violate these rules are subject to removal from the park and/or suspension.
  • No food of any kind is permitted in the dog park.      
  • Smoking is not permitted within the fenced areas.
  • Large dogs are not permitted in the small dog area.
  • Dog feces must be cleaned up by handler. Disposable bags are available at dispenser locations within the park.
  • Dog handler must be in the park enclosure and within view of their dog.
  • Dogs must be leashed prior to entering and upon leaving the dog park and must be restrained at all times at a distance no greater than six feet in length from their handler.
  • There is a limit of 2 dogs per person.
  • Dogs must be removed from the park at the first sign of aggression. Dangerous dogs, as defined in Palm Beach County Ordinance No. 98-22, the Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control Ordinance, are prohibited from park property.
  • Dog handler must have leash in hand at all times.
  • Female dogs in heat are prohibited from entering the dog park.
  • Dogs should be under voice control (i.e. come when called).
  • Dogs must be vaccinated and display current licenses.
  • Puppies under 4 months of age are prohibited.
  • Spayed/Neutered animals are recommended.
  • Children ten years of age and younger must be closely supervised by an adult.
  • All incidents and injuries must be reported to the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department by calling 561-252-1714

All park facility rules and regulations apply. Please refer to Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Ordinance for details.


Thinking about bringing your dog with you to a different park?

For health and safety reasons, dogs are not allowed at some locations. Check before you go.​​