Cutler Bay is a town that knows how to live a good life. Here, they focus on community and the things that make life just that little bit better--like living it with your canine best friend. Cutler Bay has six animal clinics and hospitals, so if your pup is under the weather, you don’t have to drive into Miami to get top treatment.
Enjoy your dog’s good health at the Saga Bay Park, a dog-friendly park. Shaded play equipment and a BBQ area makes this park attractive to the whole family. Your dog will love running in the grass or exploring the walking trail, just keep her on leash! For a smaller park, try Cutler Ridge Park. It also offers play equipment and is great for leashed dogs. The smaller size means fewer crowds, a fact that is sure to make a shy puppy’s tail wag!
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Every day is a good day in Cutler Bay.
Lakes by the Bay Park in the Santa Barbara neighborhood of Cutler Bay is a large park, primarily used for baseball. There are three baseball fields in the park, and together, they take up most of the space! Dogs can be walked along the edges of the park as long as they remain on leash. This park is used by locals because it’s so convenient. It’s located on the outskirts of Cutler Bay, making it perfect for residents who live away from the city center and don’t want to drive to another neighborhood just to walk their dogs. Bring a doggie bowl so your dog can drink from the fountains!
Saga Bay is home to the Saga Lake Park, a simple park right down on the water! Dogs must be kept on leash and on the paths of this park. It’s still a woofderful place to exercise, as the main draw to the area is the spectacular view! Bring doggie bags to clean up after your pup, and take the paved walking path down straight to the water! The park offers a fairly short walk, perfect for a person and a dog just looking to stretch their legs. You’ll have to bring your own water and water bottle, as this park is heavy on nature and light on amenities.
Whispering Pines Park is of average size for an suburban park. What it lacks in space, it makes up for with variety. This park has sports fields and a playground for children. There is a small picnic area, complete with tables and benches. Dogs will enjoy the simple walking path that loops the park. This park’s main draw is how convenient it is to get to; there is ample parking, but it’s also walkable if you’re already in the Whispering Pines Estates neighborhood! Keep your dog leashed in the park, and bring a doggie bowl to share water from the fountains.
Bel Aire Park is a fantastic park for easy dog walking. The park’s small size and convenient location make it great for daily walks. There’s a playground for children, and benches where you can take a load off after exercising your dog. The park has a nice mix of trees and open, green space. Walking your dog in this park won’t change much day to day, which is great for dogs who are still learning to be confident outside the house. You’ll have to bring a water bowl with you for your pup to drink, as the fountains in this park were designed for humans.
Coral Reef Park is located just 5 minutes from Cutler’s Bay by car in the King’s Bay neighborhood of Palmetto Bay, FL. It is a true family affair! It’s picturesque, and features a running canal. There is also a cafe on site. Kids of any age will love the playground, which separate children by age. There are also sports fields and courts. Your dog will spend most of her time exploring the green spaces with you. Natural wildlife is plentiful, so keep your dog on leash inside the park. It’s fun to sniff out squirrels, but that’s as far as it goes!