Round Up of Dog Parks in Tallahassee

By Amy Marcos | Photo: Tatiana Rodriguez

Tallahassee offers a number of different dog parks all across town. Check out this round up to find out about all the spots that you can take your furry friends to.

San Luis Mission Dog Park — Located at 1313 San Luis Rd, San Luis Mission Dog Park is home to a large fenced-in area for dogs of all sizes, with parking near the restroom and play area. This spot also offers trails to take the dogs on located behind the park.

J. Lee Vause Dog Park — J. Lee Vause Dog Park, Tallahassee’s newest dog park, is located at 6024 Old Bainbridge Rd in the existing J. Lee Vause Park. Offering 1.5 acres of space to play, there is also a log tunnel, hoops to jump through, and benches to sit on on site, the park is optimal for dogs both big and small. 

All Saints Dog Park — All Saints Dog Park, located at 810 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, is a smaller dog park with a fenced-in area for big and small dogs to play in. There are benches available to sit at, and all dogs who enter the park must display a current rabies tag, be at least 4 months of age, and be properly vaccinated. 

Tom Brown Dog Park — This dog park is located at 501 Easterwood Dr and features 2 fenced-in areas for dogs to play in, one for small dogs, and one for bigger dogs. There are also a number of water stations at the park for the dogs, as well as hand sanitizer stations and benches.

Bradfordville Dog Park — Located at 6808 Beech Ridge Trail, this newer dog park offers 13 acres of green expanse for your furry friends. With ponds that dogs may frolic in (though rinsing them off is suggested afterwards), parking is available at the Bradfordville Community Center and throughout the surrounding area. 

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