Saturday, July 29, 2017

Today was the Woof Dog Park ribbon cutting at the County’s John Prince Park.

The Lake Worth Herald has more information:

In addition, 42 regular parking spaces and four ADA accessible parking spaces will be added. The adjacent cricket field has also been renovated and now includes a new grass playing surface, irrigation and dedicated parking.​

Please note: The 3 park entrances are just west of the City of Lake Worth:

  • 2700 6th Ave. South.
  • 2520 Lake Worth Rd.
  • 4759 South Congress Ave.
Lake Woof Dog Park features five enclosed landscaped dog areas with designated areas for large to small dogs, spanning more than four acres. The dog park also includes five gazebos with benches, drinking fountains, dog wash areas, and doggie bag stations and trash receptacles.

“John Prince Park is one of our largest regional parks and has existed for 65 years,” said Parks and Recreation Director Eric Call. “Adding a state of the art dog park and other amenities is something residents and their four-legged friends have looked forward to for a long time.”

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