Orange County Government, Florida

Dog Parks

Safe places to let your dog run and socialize

Fenced-In Play Areas

Let your pets run around leash-free. In addition to the large fenced-in play area, both West Orange Dog Park and Downey Dog Park have a play area for small dogs, a time out area, water fountains and poop stations.

For dog owners, these parks mean a healthier lifestyle for their furry friends. Such parks provide a place to exercise and socialize, which means happy, well-behaved canines. They also provide pet owners with a place to share information about vets, boarding, training and simply the joys of pet ownership.

Barber Dog Park

Barber Park Dog Park
3701 Gatlin AV
Orlando, FL 32812
(407) 254-6860

Barnett Dog Park

Barnett Park Dog Park
4801 W. Colonial DR
Orlando, FL 32808
(407) 836-6248

Downey Dog Park

Downey Dog Park
10107 Flowers AV.
Orlando, FL 32825
(407) 254-9180

Dr. Phillips Dog Park

Dr. Phillips Dog Park
8249 Buenavista Woods BLVD
Orlando, FL 32836
(407) 254-9045

Independence Dog Park

Independence Park
5849 New Independence Pkwy
Winter Garden, FL 34787
(407) 656-3299

Meadow Woods
Dog Park

Meadow Woods Dog Park
1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle
Orlando, FL 32824
(407) 254-9065

Summerport Dog Park

Summerport Dog Park
14491 Bridgewater Crossings Blvd.
Windermere, FL 34786
(407) 656-3299

West Orange Dog Park

West Orange Dog Park
12400 Marshall Farms Road
Winter Garden, FL 34787
(407) 656-3299

Young Pine Community Dog Park

Young Pine Community Park
5201 Young Pine RD
Orlando, FL 32829
(407) 254-1900

Yucatan Dog Park

Yucatan Dog Park
6400 Yucatan DR
Orlando, Fl 32807
(407) 254-9160

Contact Us

Orange County Parks and Recreation
4801 W. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32808

Phone: (407) 836-6200
Parks' Events InfoLine: (407) 836-6280
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