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Waggin’ at the Waterpark at Calypso Bay and Coconut Cove Waterparks

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Waggin’ at the Waterpark at Calypso Bay and Coconut Cove Waterparks


What: Waggin’ at the Waterpark is back! Bring your dogs and watch as they make a splash, get a good workout and meet new friends; you may meet new friends too!

Saturday, October 1, 2022
Calypso Bay Waterpark
Seminole Palms Park
151 Lamstein Lane, Royal Palm Beach

Saturday, October 8, 2022
Coconut Cove Waterpark
Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park
20130 Regional Park Drive, Boca Raton

50-minute sessions by size of dog
Session 1: 10:00-10:50 a.m., dogs 45 lbs. and up
Session 2: 11:00-11:50 a.m., dogs less than 45 lbs.
Session 3: 12:00-12:50 p.m., dogs 45 lbs. and up
Registration opens at 9:00 a.m. and will re-open 30 minutes prior to each session provided there is still room in the session. All owners must sign a waiver when registering. You may submit registration forms and proof of vaccines by email prior to the event date (October 1 for Calypso Bay Waterpark or October 8 for Coconut Cove Waterpark) for approval. For Calypso Bay Waterpark: ; For Coconut Cove Waterpark:  

All dogs must have proof of current rabies, DHLP, and Bordetella vaccinations on site in order to enter the waterpark. All dogs must wear collar and license in the pool area. For all other rules and to download the registration form, please visit  

$10 plus tax per dog (humans free) 
Two dogs maximum per adult

Calypso Bay Waterpark (Diana Rodriguez), 561-790-6160;
Coconut Cove Waterpark (Andrea Walsh), 561-629-8840;

Calypso Bay Waterpark and Coconut Cove Waterpark are operated by the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department. For more information on Calypso Bay and Coconut Cove Waterparks and other county-operated aquatic facilities, visit

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