There are currently six designated Bark Parks and one Bark Beach within the City of Miami Beach available for your canine family. The bark parks provide a social setting for dog owners to allow their pets to romp and play off-leash. All parks feature several amenities including, two double fenced in dog runs for large and small breeds, drinking fountains, benches and waste collection and disposal containers. Parks and Recreation is dedicated to providing the best overall quality of life experience for our users and presently provides daily litter and trash service to the Bark Parks Monday through Friday. Also, when staff needs to perform more extensive periodic renovations at the facilities, the double play areas allow for the ability to keep at least one play area open during this time. For questions or concerns regarding our Bark Parks, call 305.673.7720 or email email@example.com.
Bark BeachBetween 80 & 81 Street Beach. East of the North Shore Open Space Park, entrance on Collins and 81 Street.305.673.7730
HoursFriday, Saturday & Sunday • 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.. (Regular Operating hours on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve & New Year's Day)New Hours beginning November 3Friday, Saturday & Sunday • 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.. (Regular Operating hours on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve & New Year's Day)Regulations
• Dogs permitted in designated beach area only.• Dogs shall be on leash at all times except in designated area. Owner must carry leash at all times in the Bark Beach area.• You are responsible for immediate disposal of all fecal matter deposited by your dog.• Dogs should not create a nuisance by causing any form of disturbance such as excessive barking and other types of inappropriate behavior.• The holder shall indemnify and hold harmless the City, its employees, officers, agents and assigns from any and all claims for injury and/or damages to property, including wrongful death, resulting from the use of the Bark Beach.• Owners accept responsibility for the actions of their dogs.• Female dogs in heat, aggressive and any dogs not up to date with required vaccines are NOT permitted.• Owners must carry issued pass at all times when using Bark Beach.• Dogs are not permitted to dig in the sand.• Dogs must have collar and rabies tag on at all times.• Limit two (2) dogs per owner.
Pass InformationBark Beach use by pass only. Dogs must have a current rabies tag to enter the designated beach area and must be under control of owners at all times. Dogs must be leashed at all times except in designated area. Owner must carry leash at all times in the bark beach area.• Obtain daily passes on-site, during Bark Beach hours, cash only
• Obtain yearly passes at North Shore Park Youth Center during regular business hours: 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.Fees Per Dog• Daily Rate: Resident $5, Non-Resident $25 (cash only on site)• Annual Rate (October 1, 2016 - September 30, 2017): Resident $50, Non-Resident: $200
Pinetree Bark Park4400 Pinetree Drive305.673.7767Monday – Sunday • Sunrise to SunsetLocated within tranquil Pinetree Park adjacent Indian Creek, the dog park was recently re-sodded and features two double gated dog runs, which allow owners to unleash their pets in a holding area before releasing them into the play areas. Other amenities include benches, drinking fountains with doggy water spickets, waste collection and disposal containers.
Washington Avenue Bark Park201 2 Street305.673.7000 x2613 or x2666Monday – Sunday • Sunrise to SunsetLocated at the North East Corner of Washington Avenue & 2 Street, the park features two double gated dog runs, which allow owners to unleash their pets in a holding area before releasing them into the play areas. Other amenities include benches, drinking fountains with doggy water spickets, waste collection and disposal containers.
Belle Isle ParkIsland Avenue on Belle Isle305.673.7000 x2613 or x2666
North Shore Open Space ParkCollins Avenue & 81 Street305.861.3616Monday - SundayTwo separate dog run areas, benches, walking paths, waste receptacles, and doggy-bag dispensers. Outside of dog park area, there are adjacent restrooms, pavilions, picnic tables, BBQ grills, pavilions, fitness trail, playground, beach access and parking facilities. Overall size of dog park is 46,550 SF/1.02 acres, 1st Run: 20,775 SF/ .47 acres, 2nd Run: 25,775 SF/ .55 acres.
South Pointe Park (OFF-LEASH)1 Washington Avenue305.673.7000 x2613 or x2666Sunrise - 10:00 a.m. • Daily
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. • Monday - Friday onlyThe Parks & Recreation Department will be temporarily closing the off-leash dog park to perform turf improvements. During the closure, the dog park will be temporarily relocated to the open field between the new fountains and Smith & Wollensky. The project shall consist of sod removal, surface grading and the installation of new sod, which will take approximately one week. The newly sodded areas will remain closed for an additional three to four weeks, in order to allow proper rooting and establishment. The project is expected to commence on Wednesday, August 9 and should be completed by Wednesday, September 13, 2017, weather permitting.DOGS PERMITTED OFF-LEASH IN THIS AREA ONLYIt is a violation to permit dogs to run at large in any other area of this park, or in this designated area at any time other than posted, or to fail to clean up after your dog*. Violations are subject to fines and strictly enforced. Hours of operations only in specified area (fence-less grass area south and west of the Washington Avenue entry plaza).*Miami Beach Code Sections 10-10, 10-11, 10-12, 10-13, 82-2 and 82-5.
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