One of the enclosures is dedicated for use by small dogs exclusively. Navarre Central Bark defines small as dogs weighing 25 pounds or less. There is an additional separate enclosure for use by large dogs. Florida state law requires all dogs to remain on a leash of no greater than six feet in length when not in a designated off-leash zone. Additionally, dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the play areas.
Navarre Central Bark proudly offers access to their public dog playground free of charge. The dog runs at this extremely clean facility offer many amenities sure to enhance Fido's day of fun. Found in the runs is a plentiful supply of drinking water to allow Fido and his favorite canine friends access to a cool drink when needed. There are also benches and a structure which offers shade.
Here, owners can relax and enjoy some quiet moments while watching their dogs at play. Both enclosures are lined with grass, a substance kind to canine joints. Bathrooms are available on the grounds for public use. It is unknown if poop bags are provided at this idyllic dog play haven. With this in mind, owners should bring some bags with them from home to ensure they have some when needed.
It is expected that all owners will assume responsibility for their pets by cleaning up after them. There are no officially posted rules regarding the use of Navarre Central Bark. However, Florida state law does mandate that all dogs frequenting public spaces have a current rabies vaccination at a minimum. Other vaccinations are also encouraged. A city dog license is mandatory. Looking for a great new Florida park to explore? Bring Fido to visit Navarre Central Bark!