Who doesn’t love going on adventures with their furry friend? If you feel like you and your prized pup are long overdue for an adventure, head to Peanut Island. This small dog-friendly island is only accessible by ferry, which will cost you ten dollars. Furthermore, it is dog-friendly, not an off-leash park, so make sure your pup is leashed at all times and you have plenty of doggie poop bags. Furthermore, you are even allowed to camp overnight with your dog! Whether you decide to take a day trip or spend the weekend at Peanut Island, you are guaranteed to have a wonderfurr time!
Located less than thirteen miles away from Riviera Beach is the sunny and beautiful city of Jupiter, Florida. This city has everything you and your dog could ask for. It has three main dog parks: F.I.N.D Park, Jupiter Beach (Off-Leash Park) and Tequesta Park. But that is not all! The city also has plenty of dog-friendly stores and activities such as doggie surfing, doggie boutiques and doggie bakeries! Consider spending the day in Jupiter, starting your day getting some treats at the bakery and ending your day catching some waves with your most loyal companion.
Located less than five miles away from Riviera Beach is the city of West Palm Beach. If you are fit enough, you could even run or walk to the city from your home in Riviera Beach with your dog. This city is home to the following dog parks: Dreher Dog Park, Pooch Pines at Okeeheelee Park, Currie Park and City Paws. This city has a little something for everyone! And the best part? Each and every dog park is completely off-leash! Furrrthermore, these parks are often visited by regulars, so you and your pooch are bound to make some new friends!
At a mere twenty miles from Riviera Beach is the city of Wellington. It is home to only one dog park, so consider driving the distance only when you have visited all the dog parks in your area and need a change of scenery. Wellington Dog Park is completely fenced in, so it is an off-leash dog park. It is also wooded with plenty of picnic tables and restrooms for dog owners. The park is located within the large Greenbriar Park, making it a great location for the whole family to have some weekend fun in the sun!
Are you and your pup tired of going to the same dog park every weekend? If you feel like you’re in a rut, drive twenty two miles to Boynton Beach. The city is home to four dog parks, Jaycee Park, Veterans Park, Intracoastal Park and Boynton Lakes Park. Remember that all the parks are not off-leash so be sure to pack a leash in addition to doggie poop bags and water. Plus, since the parks are all close together you could even visit them all in one day! Trust us, you and your prized pup will have a furrtastic day in Boynton Beach!