You have the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy dinner with your dog. Head on over to El Tarasco and enjoying eating outside on the open air patio. The fare is just as dog-friendly as the people. Your pal is sure to find something here that will make his mouth water and keep him begging to come back for more! The staff is always super fur-iendly, and would be delighted to fuss over Fido. Come in for some great food, great service, and even better company. Don’t forget to bring a leash, and remember that your pal needs to be on his best behavior.
Is the big game on? Are you looking for somewhere to go watch it with your dog? Go on over to Beef 'O' Brady's. Get you some great appetizers while you wait for the game to come on the big screen. The patio is always dog-friendly and always has something going on. Whether you are meeting up with friends or trying to make some new ones, you can’t go wrong with this atmosphere. The fare is classic pub food with anything you could imagine. The smells alone are enough to get your mouth watering. Don’t forget to bring Fido’s leash so you can dine together!
It may be a little bit of a drive at 30 miles, but Bonita Beach Dog Park is the place to take your dog for some fun in the sun. You will need to take a little bit of a hike to get to the off-leash area. This hike is like no other. You will find tidal pools to poke around in, trees for Fido to bark at, and water to splash in. The beach is the pawfect place to build sandcastles with kids. Bring the whole family and enjoy a day of fun in the sun by the beach!
If you are good with a 26-mile trip, you will love K-9 Corral. It is within Estero Park, which means that there are a lot of features besides the safe, fenced-in play area. You can try your hand at tennis. Bring the kids along to play in the playground. There’s plenty of room to walk Fido on-leash, or he can run and romp in one of two designated areas. Locals love this park, so your canine companion is bound to make a new fur-iend or two here. Don’t forget to bring a leash, some doggie waste bags, water, and Fido’s favorite toy.
It is only 17 miles from Lehigh Acres to Barkingham Dog Park. Within the fenced in areas you will find watering fountains, agility equipment, and balls to chase – all off of your leash. Your dog has plenty of spots to sit and watch you play. If you have your leash, come and take a walk around the pond. It is about one-half a mile all the way around which makes it just the right size to take a quick walk. When you are all done playing, don’t forget to stop by the rinsing station before you head home.