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peaceful setting. September, 2014 and March, 2015. 7:30am - 9:30am. Dogs can swim and run off-leash. Admission is $7/dog/per car and $3 per additional dog. Alfred McKethan Park, 10840 Pine Island Drive, Spring Hill. Sept. 13, 27; Oct. 11, 25; Nov. 8, 22; Dec. 6, 20.


Algiers Beach in Gulfside City Park on Sanibel Island. It was recently named one of the top eight dog beaches in the country by VetStreet.com. 2001 Algiers Lane, Sanibel. 239.472.3700.


Here is Puck’s short list of dog-friendly beaches where Florida dogs can swim and run. Most require leashes. Puck’s Reminders: Be aware of wildlife. Please follow each area’s rules and respect the No Dogs Allowed areas.


Bark Island at Pine Island Now through March, 2015 on select Saturdays. Take an early morning swim and romp with your dogs at this pretty and


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Lake Baldwin Park (formerly known as Fleet Peeples Park.) One of the few places among Central Florida parks where dogs can swim. Doggy drinking fountains, a dog-wash area and a fenced small-dog area. 2000 South Lakemont Avenue, Winter Park. 407.599.3334


Smyrna Dunes Park It’s a bit of a trek from the parking lot past the park’s saltwater marsh, dunes and scrub zones to get to the beach. There is a dog- wash area, pet-waste bag and disposal sta- tions. 2995 North Peninsula Avenue, New Smyrna Beach. 386.424.2935.


Honeymoon Island State Park


Dog Beach. White sandy beaches that Pinellas County is known for. #1 Causeway Boulevard, Dunedin. 727.469.5942


Fort DeSoto Paw Playground and Beach in St. Petersburg has fenced areas for large and small dogs. There are doggy showers. 3500 Pinellas Bayway South, St. Petersburg. 727.552.1862


Jupiter Beach is a rare, off-leash beach for dogs. Ocean Boulevard and Marcinski Road, Jupiter. 561.741.2400.


Boca’s Dog Beach There is a 300-yard stretch of beach south of Spanish River Boulevard open to the dogs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings and evenings, provided the dog’s admission has been paid: $30 per dog for a Boca resident’s annual pass; $165 for non-residents.


Davis Islands Dog Beach 200 feet of waterfront for the dogs. Drinking water and rinse-off area. 1002 Severn Street, Tampa.


Compiled by Heather Schulman. www.TheNewBarker.com


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