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Dog-Friendly Parks in Hialeah

Amit Bhuta

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Jan 31 6 minutes read

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Often overlooked by tourists for more favored neighborhoods like Little Havana, Downtown Miami, and Miami's Central Business District, Brickell, Hialeah is a picturesque city upon a large prairie between Biscayne Bay and the Everglades-- and one that offers an unforgettable cultural experience for you AND your four-legged pal!

The city sits in the heart of northwest Dade and has access to every major thoroughfare (I-75, Palmetto Expressway, Florida Turnpike, U.S. 27 (Okeechobee Road). 

It is located west-northwest of Miami and is one of a few places in the county to have its own street grid numbered separately from the rest of the county.

Today, it almost twins Miami in terms of population and is now known to rival Orlando for its shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities. 

But let's not forget-- this vibrant neighborhood has an array of parks and recreational spots you can enjoy, too, even with Fido in tow!

Here's a list of dog-friendly parks in Hialeah.

1) Bark Park-Amelia Earhart Park (Top-Pick!) 

401 E 65th St, Hialeah, FL 33013

If you need a little time to wind down, relax, and reflect while enjoying a couple of activities in between, Hialeah offers a sprawling urban outdoor sports and recreation complex with a fascinating history, situated in the northern stretches just south of Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport-- Amelia Earhart Park!

A 515-acre park that encompasses a soccer complex with four mini fields, a petting zoo, a disc golf course, bike trails, sand volleyball courts, and an island playground, Amelia Earhart Park draws dog owners with yet another paw-some amenity, an enormous five-acre bark park!

The doggy area has small and large dog sections, both offering expansive, grass-carpeted spaces to run and mingle with pals. 

When it's hot out, the Bark Park provides plenty of shade and has water sprays to help keep dogs feeling fresh. 

Water fountains for people and pups, benches and picnic tables, doggie waste bags, and trash cans are also available.

Don't forget to bring your dog's leash! 

Entering and exiting the dog park and exploring the rest of Amelia Earhart Park requires dogs on leashes.

2) Spanish Lake Park 

19405 NW 82nd Ave, Hialeah, FL 33015

For pure fun under the sun and green spaces to share with your pup in Hialeah, come to Spanish Lake Park, a park that offers the perfect spot for a stroll and picnic date with Fido!

While there is no structured programming available at this terrific spot, Spanish Lake Park boasts a pavilion offering shade from the sun and picnic-style seating, abundant grassy areas for frisbee, ball, or a game of tug, and a cement walkway that features fantastic views of the region. 

Trees throughout the grounds provide ample shade to ensure no one goes home with a sunburn as a souvenir of their fun visit! 

Please bring a lead for your pup and some water to avoid dehydration.

3) Hialeah Trail Park (Top-Pick!) 

3621 W 104th St, Hialeah, FL 33018

A 30-acre passive park in the annexed sector of West Hialeah, Hialeah Trail Park is one of the city's expansive fitness trails that you can explore with your pup on a leash!

At the scenic community park, you can enjoy an array of walking and biking trails that circle Hialeah Trail Park and two large grassy fields that make perfect picnic spots. 

The land was donated to the city to give the nearby residents natural parkland.

Dogs are welcome to visit but must be on leashes at all times.

4) Miami Springs Dog Park (Top-Pick!) 

599 Quail Ave #501, Miami Springs, FL 33166

Nestled in the neighborhood of Miami Springs, an 11-minute drive from Hialeah, is a well-maintained, quiet, and convenient dog haven you can bring Fido to when you need a relaxing stroll.

Say hello to Miami Springs Dog Park, perfect for all dogs looking for a great time. 

The park is off-leash, so your pup is free to run wild with their new furry friends while they are visiting. 

It has small and large dog areas, benches, and shade to protect your dog from the harsh sun. 

The Miami Springs Bark Park is also across the street from the Central High School within the city, where you will find softball and baseball fields nearby, a great outdoor addition to this family-friendly recreational spot!

All dogs must be on-leash before they enter and exit the dog park, and dogs can only remain off-leash once they are in the off-leash designated area. 


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