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  • Always remember to clean up after pets in public and be mindful of other beach-goers. Now pack the leash and puppy chow and check out our list of beautiful Florida beaches to visit with your dog!

  • This public park – a little over an hour’s drive from the Orlando Airport – is open from sunrise to sunset. An entry fee of $5 per vehicle applies from sunrise to sunset. Leashes are required at Smyrna Dunes, which is just north of the Canaveral National Seashore. Be sure to stroll along the elevated boardwalks, have a picnic in the pavilion, or explore the nature trails and observation tower onsite.

  • Lori Wilson Park. This dog park has separate sections for big dogs and little dogs, both of which are well fenced. It gets very crowded on the weekends in the late afternoon. There are also two dog beach zones for a one-year trial period: the southern portion of Lori Wilson Park and the residential beachfront from Fourth Street South southward to city limits. Dogs would be prohibited from the beach from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m

  • The Fort De Soto Park has large fenced areas for both large and small dogs, including dog showers for those hot days. Dogs are allowed anywhere in the park on a six-foot leash, except on any beach. The Paw Playground area is the exception -- dogs are allowed on the beach, and they are allowed off leash on that area of beach. They can also run free inside the fenced areas. On a hot summer day, you can cool off your dog by hosing him down, and drinking water is available too. The park also has plenty for two-legged visitors too -- an old Spanish fort to explore, gorgeous parks, overnight camping with plenty of amenities, and picnic areas. 

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