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Dog Areas in Parkland

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Parkland is a city in Florida with a population of nearly 32,000 people. This city is located in Broward County in southern Florida, not far from Fort Lauderdale. True to its name, the city has a particularly "park-like" atmosphere, and strict city zoning laws ensure it stays this way. A city with a park-like atmosphere is sure to have good spots for exploring in the sunshine with your dog, and Parkland is no exception! In addition to the great outdoor dog-friendly spots in Parkland, there are also restaurants and businesses that are open to dogs accompanying their owners during their visit.

One such business is the Pizza Time Caffe in eastern-central Parkland. This restaurant has three outdoor tables that are pet-friendly, so there's no need to leave Rover at home when you head out for a bite to eat! Pizza Time Caffe serves award-winning pizza and authentic Italian cuisine in a family-friendly and comfortable atmosphere. All of their dishes are prepared fresh every day, so you're sure to get the best ingredients and the best taste for your meal. When you're done your meal, and it's time to explore Parkland and the surrounding areas with your dog, you'll find there are paw-lenty of places to do so!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Parkland

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 374/sq mi

    #1 Town Center

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    Right in the heart of Parkland is the Barkland Dog Park, and it's a beloved spot in the community. In addition to small and large dog areas in the park, there is also a fenced-in common area and a fenced bath area. This dog wash area comes in handy for dogs who like to get messy at the park, so you can clean them up before you head home. This two-acre park is known for being very clean, and visitors are provided with waste disposal tools to keep it that way. There are also water stations for dogs, seating and shade for humans, and a paved walking path on both sides of the park.
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    Population Density 406/sq mi

    #2 East Fort Lauderdale

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    Whether you're just visiting Florida or you live there year-round, you'll want to spend as much time at the beach as possible enjoying that famous Florida sunshine! There's no need to leave your dog at home when you head to the beach; they can make the half-hour drive to the Fort Lauderdale Canine Beach, which you can both enjoy. This section of the beach is on the eastern shoreline of Fort Lauderdale, and there's a specific area that allows dogs as long as they are on a leash. To make the beach even more dog-friendly, the beach provides visitors with waste disposal items, water, and wash stations.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,070/sq mi

    #3 Hollywood Beach

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    Half an hour south of Parkland, in eastern Hollywood, Florida, is the Dog Beach of Hollywood. There are designated hours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays all year long when dogs can play-off leash at the beach with you. From November to March, the dog beach hours are 3 to 7 PM, and 5 to 9 PM from April to October. If you're a resident of Hollywood, you can buy a daily pass for the dog beach for $5, or a six-month pass for $30. Non-residents can get a $10 daily pass or a $60 six-month pass. This beach is monitored by a park ranger, and visitors take great pride in ensuring it's an enjoyable place for everyone. .
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,811/sq mi

    #4 Lake Ida

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    Delray Beach is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida with a population of more than 67,000 people. It takes less than half an hour to get there from Parkland, and in the northernmost part of town sits Lake Ida and Lake Ida West Park. The park is 190 acres, and it includes bike paths, playgrounds, picnic facilities, fishing areas, and 9,600 feet of lake frontage. In addition to all of these great amenities, there is also a dog park! The Lake Ida Dog Park is very clean and well-maintained, and it features big and small dog sections. There is also drinking water and wash stations available, as well as shade and seating.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,687/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Boca Raton

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    Southeastern Boca Raton is less than a 20-minute drive from Parkland. This is where you'll find Mizner Bark Boca Raton Dog Park. Mizner Bark Park has not one, not two, but three separate sections for dogs to play off-leash! One section is for dogs under 20 pounds, the second section is for dogs between 20 and 50 pounds, and the third section is for dogs over 50 pounds. There are six waste disposal stations throughout the park, as well as seating, shade, water stations, and dog washes. Be advised that purchasing a parking permit is required for visiting this park, which is $25 for one month for non-residents, and $265 for one year for residents.
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