Dogs Allowed Beach:

The first, official Dog Beach in Brevard County, Florida opened in February of last year to many frolicking tails! Located at the water's east end at the intersection of Highway A1A and E. Eau Gallie Blvd. A 700 foot stretch of sandy ocean shores devoted to being dogs allowed runs from the southern Canova Beach Park dune crossover to the Radisson Suite Hotel Oceanfront property line. It is open to leashed dogs (note: leashes must be no longer than 6 ft.) and their owners, up to 2 dogs per handler, and poop/waste/trash pickup laws are strictly enforced. Open from sunrise to sunset.

Dog Parks in Brevard County, Florida General Information:
 
Parks Operated by Brevard County, FL in most parks dogs are not allowed with the exception of service animals and animals that are authorized for sponsored events. However, subject to specific conditions, dogs are allowed at parks listed below. To keep current on all the latest happenings with Brevard County Dog parks please visit: http://www.brevardparks.com/dogs/index.php#DogPark


Lori Wilson Park Off-Leash Dog Park:

Park is located at 1500 N Atlantic Avenue, Cocoa Beach, FL.
Phone: 321-868 -1154
Directions from SR-520 go south 1.4 miles on SR-A1A.

The Lori Wilson Dog Park is a 32,000 square foot fenced,off-leash area with large dog and small dog areas. All dog park users are required to register their dog with the attendant on duty. A record of current vaccinations is required. All dogs must wear a current Brevard County license tag. Outside the Dog Park dogs are allowed in parking lot only and must be on short leash. Hours are daily from 7am to Dusk.

Wickham Park Off-Leash Dog Park:

Park is located at
2500 Parkway Dr., Melbourne, FL. Phone: (321)-255-4307 Directions from US Hwy 1 at Eau Gallie Blvd/SR-518, go north 2.1 miles on US Hwy 1. Turn left and go 1.2 miles on Parkway Drive. The park entrance is on the right. From I-95 take the Eau Gallie Blvd/SR-518 Exit-183 east 2.6 miles, turn left on N Wickham Rd, go 2.0 miles, turn right on Parkway Dr and go 0.5 miles. The park entrance is on the left. Open dawn until dark, except for scheduled use. Campground open to registered campers 24 hours a day.

It is a 40,000 sq. ft. fenced, off-leash area with large and small dog zones. All Dog Park users are required to register their dog with the attendant at the Dog Park. A record of current vaccinations is required. All dogs must wear a current Brevard County license tag. Outside of the Dog Park dogs must be on short leash only, and are prohibited around lakes, picnic areas and playgrounds. Hours are daily from 7am to Dusk.


Satellite Beach Off-Leash Dog Park:

Park is located at the Satellite Beach Sports & Recreation Park (west of the Satellite Beach Library). Phone: (321) 777-8004. The main rules are up to 3 dogs per adult, all dogs must have proof of current county license and shots, must wear collar and have current tags on, and dogs must always be under voice control of pet's ownership. No puppies under 4 months of age, no dogs in heat, no sick or aggressive dogs, and/or no dog's with parasites allowed. Hours are Monday-Friday 8:00-11:00 and 4:00-7:00 pm. They are now closed from 11:00-4:00 pm for park maintenance on those days. Weekend hours are 8:00-7:00 on Saturdays and Sundays.


Palm Bay Regional Park Off-Leash Dog Park:

1951 Malabar Road NW, Palm Bay
321-508-3444

Directions:  From Interstate 95 take Exit-173 to SR-514-Malabar Road west 6 miles.

A 40,000 sq. ft. fenced, off-leash area with large and small dog zones. All Dog Park users are required to register their dog with the attendant at the Dog Park. A record of current vaccinations is required. All dogs must wear a current Brevard County license tag. Visitors from outside Brevard County must have the equivalent license tag from the governing authority of their place of residence (city, county, state), along with current license/tag and shot record. Outside the Dog Park, dogs are allowed in parking lot only and must be on short leash. Hours are daily from 7 am to Dusk.

 

Port St John Dog Park:

The park is located at the end of Fay Blvd.; nearby the lake. Note there is an area for dogs under 25 lbs and an area for dogs over 25 lbs.





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