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Dog Areas in Miami Beach

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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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Miami Beach

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    #1 Bayshore

    Just outside of downtown Lutz is the Carolyn Meeker Dog Park and Nature Trail, otherwise known as Lutz Dog Park. The park is separated into two areas, separated by a small pond: one for big dogs and one for small dogs. Along with having plenty of benches for pet owners to relax on, the park also features water fountains so that both you and your dog can rehydrate after having fun under the sun! Bathrooms are also available. Whether your dog is big or small, he’s sure to have a ball exploring and making new fur-riends. This is an off-leash park.
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    #2 Venetian Islands

    If you’re looking for a fun dog park, look no further than Venetian Islands’ Belle Isle Dog Park. This spacious park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and it includes drinking fountains for both you and your dog. Sit back in the shade while your dog makes some new fur-iends. Once you and your pet are through playing at the park, head over to Lido Restaurant and Bayside Grill or Full Bloom, where you can grab a bite to eat. Your dog is welcome to join you on the outdoor patio; just make sure to have a leash, as one is required.
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    #3 SouPointe

    Miami Beach’s Southpointe community has plenty to offer you and your pup, including Washington Avenue Bark Park. This dog park offers two separate areas: one for small dogs and another for large dogs. Between plenty of shade and the water fountains, you and your pet will have no trouble staying cool. After you’re done at the park, check out one of Southpointe’s numerous dog-friendly restaurants, including Prime 112, Café Mistral, or Monty’s Sunset. Leashes are required at all restaurants. No matter what type of food you’re craving, Southpointe is sure to have something you’ll like. Bone Appetit!
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    #4 City Center

    Everyone likes flowers, and that includes your pup, so grab his leash and head over to City Center’s Miami Beach Botanical Gardens. Explore this urban landscape, which spans over two and a half acres, on a self-guided tour using your smartphone. If you’d prefer, guided tours are offered every Saturday at two in the afternoon, and your guide will be more than happy for Fido to join you. The botanical gardens have several walking trails with views that simply can’t be beat. A leash is required, as is good behavior; the park also requests you make sure to clean up after your pet.
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    #5 Flamingo Lummus

    If you’re looking for a place to eat with your best four-legged pal, Miami Beach’s Flamingo-Lummus is the place to be! Pelican Café is located inside one of Miami Beach’s fabulous hotels, and it prides itself on serving upscale American Cuisine. Your dog is welcome to join you on the outdoor lounge. If you’re looking for some amazing seafood, head over to A Fish Called Avalon, where your dog is always invited to dine with you at one of the restaurant’s numerous outdoor tables. Flamingo-Lummus has many other choices, so you’re sure to find something, regardless of how picky your taste buds may be.
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