Doggie Park


Jupiter’s new $2.5 million - 13-acre Dog Park, located at Cinquez Park, on the northwest corner of Center Street and Indiantown Road, is scheduled to open late spring/early summer this year.

It is significantly more than just a Dog Park.  It will be a central recreational space designed for everyone in Jupiter. The new Dog Park will feature fenced-off areas for big and little dogs, dog fountains and a gazebo with picnic tables. A tree-house in a 50-foot tall banyan tree with ramps for the disabled will be a center piece. The park will include bicycle racks, restroom facilities, a playground and lighted walkways for pedestrians. In addition, a 2-acre wetlands area will be set aside for wildlife.

Jupiter’s new Dog Park is our second dog-friendly creation! Jupiter’s 2.5 mile long Dog Beach stretches north of Marcinski Road and is a popular spot where dog owners can let their dogs run off-leash, swim and play.  Respect our beautiful new Dog Park and Dog Beach for all to enjoy.

Doggie Park Etiquette

  • Always pickup after your dog.  Remember to bring pickup bags!
  • Never leave them unattended
  • Keep them off picnic tables
  • Don’t take a female dog in season; if not spayed
  • Keep your dog on a leash until you get to the off-leash areas
  • Close all dog gates to the dog park or dog run after entering or exiting.
  • Don’t leave cigarette butts and food wrappers.  Bad for dog’s health
  • Don’t scold or touch someone else’s dog
  • Be friendly with other dog owners, and your dog will be friendly too
  • And, most importantly, ENJOY your time together