Dog Parks

Locations

Anclote Gulf Park
2305 Baillies Bluff Road
Holiday, FL 34691
Open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk

Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex
3032 Collier Parkway
Land O' Lakes, FL 34639
Open 7 days a week dawn to dusk

The Anclote Gulf Dog Park and the Land O' Lakes Dog Park are both fenced in facilities where the dogs can run free and play with others but there is a partition to separate the smaller and larger dogs.  There are fire hydrants, tunnels to run through and a few covered benches for their owners to watch them play.  A drinking fountain for the dogs is available but we highly recommend bringing your own dog bowl so there aren't any issues with dogs that may be sick. The park has a dog-poop station to supply you with bags to pick up after your animals.  We gladly accept plastic bags or donations so we can purchase them for your pets. All dogs are to be licensed and vaccinated. Please follow posted "Park Rules".

The Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex accepts donations of towels, sheets, and blankets which are donated to Pasco County Animal Services and we also accept dog food, medication, flea treatment and shampoo which is donated to the Suncoast SPCA.

Park Amenities

  • Covered Benches
  • Fire Hydrants
  • Drinking Fountain (for dogs only)
  • Tires
  • Play Tunnels

Rules

The following rules apply for all dogs regardless of size and breed:

Dogs must be controlled and remain on a leash that does not exceed six feet in length. Leashes must be held by owner at all times – (Pasco Co. Ord. 14-97).

Dogs must be licensed and tagged, with current vaccinations – (Pasco Co. Ord. 14-96).

Dog owners are responsible for clean-up and removal of dog’s feces.

Dogs must not enter buildings, playground or play areas, athletic fields, dugouts, basketball courts, skate parks, shelters/pavilions, cabin areas, equestrian trails, piers, swim areas and beaches.

Dogs are not permitted in the following parks or preserves: Jumping Gully Preserve, Pasco Palms Preserve, Sunwest Park and Robert K. Rees Memorial Park.

Aggressive dogs are not permitted at any parks. Any dog displaying vicious or aggressive behavior will be asked to leave.

Only service dogs are permitted inside facilities, unless it’s a department approved event or program.