Northeast Regional Dog Park (at the East Greynolds Park) is a public dog park located in North Miami Beach, Florida. This highly-rated, 1.76-acre park opened in October of 2007 and has since become very popular among dog owners in the area. It comes as no surprise as not only is it conveniently located but it is also fenced, allowing your pooch to roam free and enjoy this sizeable park with his canine buddies.
The park is divided into two main sections: one for small dog breeds and another section for the larger ones. Both fenced and shaded, the areas each include site furniture as well as washing stations for your hound to cool and clean off at.
Considering the fact that there are usually quite a few tempting mud poodles in the park and sometimes the doggy playground can get a little swampy, the hosing stations are really helpful in making sure your pooch doesn’t stain the back seat of your car on the ride back home. In addition, it helps keep the canines cool down and prevents them from overheating, especially in the summer days.
The Northeast Regional Dog Park also features water fountains for both owners and their canine companions to enjoy after some much-appreciated playtime, as well as plenty of shaded benches throughout the park. Sit back, relax and watch as your dog roams freely in the open, tennis ball-covered fields of this safe, fenced park.
Forgot the poop bags and need to pick up after your dog? Fear not as waste bag dispensers and waste bins are conveniently spread out around the park. It is incredibly important to pick up after your dog and remain respectful of park property and other park-goers. It is a group effort but it also keeps everyone’s shoes clean!
Lastly, the parking is paid but the amenities of this park sure make it worthwhile.