The city of Miami Beach, Florida was founded in 1915 and is made up of a group of islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. The town has the largest Art Deco District in the world, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a group of hundreds of apartments, hotels, businesses, and homes built between 1923 and 1943. The city is home to almost 90,000 people and close to 20,000 dogs, so you know there are some great places to take Fido when you visit. In fact, there are six dog parks run by the city of Miami Beach just for your furbaby.
Flamingo Park on 13th Street has two areas for large and small pooches, double gates for security, drinking fountains, pet waste bags, benches, and some play equipment. Pinetree Park on Pinetree Drive along Indian Creek has two double-gated dog runs, benches, water fountains, and waste bags. Washington Park on 2nd Street has two-gated dog runs, water fountains, and waste bags. South Pointe Park on Washington only allows dogs off-leash between six and nine in the evening, but they have a pretty nice open area for your furbaby. Belle Isle Park on Island Avenue is smaller than the others but has the same features. North Shore Open Space Park on Collins Avenue has all of the above as well as restrooms, BBQ pits, picnic tables, playgrounds, trails, and access to the beach area.