We have 5 acres of land that is fully enclosed with a fence. Roughly 1.5 acres - 2 acres is cleared land, perfect for running and activity. The remainder is forested. We reside next to a nature preserve, so wild animal encounters can occur. We have seen bears, coyotes, and snakes. Most of these occur in the morning time. The fence up front has some larger holes that a small dog could get through, but this is far away from the primary area located in the back. There are plants toxic to dogs around the house, so it is probably best to remain in the open areas.
Play Ball! Dog Club is a private use, canine enrichment field/complex located on the beautiful campus of St. Richard's Episcopal Church in the heart of Winter Park (32792/Seminole County) - minutes from Baldwin Park, Audubon Park, Winter Park proper, Maitland, and College Park. The Club field was designed (and is managed by) a local, professional dog trainer as a safe, private use, dog park alternative where dogs can meet their exercise and enrichment needs off-leash while in the company of their people, only, while enjoying multiple amenities and activities. Private use sessions combined with the location of field, entrance gate, and designated Club parking, as well privacy screening along Club fencing, are all designed to ensure minimal to no encounters with others dogs or people. Private use/sessions are limited to maximum of *3 registered dogs and 3 guests from SAME household per session. Dogs must be a minimum of 8 weeks old. At least one (1) Club Guest must be an adult (18 years of age or older). Minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times within the Club field and on campus. *Field use/sessions with unregistered dogs, unregistered guests, and amongst dogs from different households is NOT permitted. *Limited exceptions to this policy may be considered, not guaranteed, by Club Manager and must be approved in advance by Club Manager. We welcome members and non-members alike. However, we offer *3 discounted membership rates at 10%-25% off our non-member hourly rate of $25.00; member-exclusive scheduling opportunities; and **unassisted, coded gate access for members. *Membership has its benefits - especially for guests with multiple pups. **Non-members gain "assisted" access to field by Club Manager with one (1) hour advanced notice. 1/2 acre, quiet, shaded, fully-fenced (6 foot w/privacy screening) field. Well-maintained field under tall southern pine & oak trees bordering a natural habitat. Restricted gate access: Members are provided with unique code for "unassisted" gate access. Non-members gain "assisted" access to field by Club Manager with one (1) hour advanced notice. dig pit (10x10x3 shaded pit) with non-toxic playground-grade play sand; agility equipment; tether ball pole; lizard island w/elevated planks; bungee pulls: in-ground and tree-supported; luring and fetch toys; Nose Work/Scent Work Stations (at base of each of 15 trees) and scent cans. Club Manager will pre-bait stations/cans with Guest/Member-supplied lures upon advanced request by Guest/Member. ***Non-communal, filtered water station (for dogs only) with disposable water bowls (for non-members) and collapsible, reusable silicone bowls (provided to each member). Shaded seating areas. Designated/marked parking at Club field entrance. On-site, reward-based professional dog trainer available for hire. ***In response to Canine Respiratory Illness contagion.
Fully fenced, approximately one acre of private and maintained yard. Ideal for frisbee, long ball throwing, training exercises and just letting your pup run and explore while you relax. Shade available under open air pavilion with seating. Hose and kiddie water pools, electricity plug, agility weaving poles and jumps on site. Private entry. For possible travelers coming through in RVs, there is a large circle drive with ample parking. Convenient to NSB, Edgewater, Mims and Oak Hill off of US 1.
4 acre mini farm. Currently no horses in residence. 3 large fully fenced pastures with large oak trees for your dogs to run and enjoy. Plenty of room to park. Entrance gate requires code to open. Once you make your reservation you will receive the code. Notes on the gate - If it doesn't open fully when you enter the code - typically that means you didn't press the keys firmly or you hesitated too long between pressing the 4 digits. If it doesn't open fully - please count to five before entering the code a second time. Whatever you do, don't start punching the code quickly over and over - that is a sure way to guarantee it will not open correctly. Exiting through the gate: There is a sensor for when you exit - just keep driving at 5 - 7 mph towards the gate and don't pause until you see it start to open. People make the mistake of stopping when they have only partially passed the sensor. If you made it all the way to the gate and it didn't open you were likely hesitating or didn't drive fast enough. In any case back up at least 20 feet (think 5 car lengths) wait 10 seconds for the gate to reset itself before driving towards it again to exit.
I own a dog boarding business out of my home. I’m happy to share my yard with dogs who don’t do well in a normal dog park, or who prefer their own private space.
Set among the oaks on a horse farm. The puppy playground has all the amenities and is fully fenced.
Fully fenced backyard, I have a very friendly large dog that loves to socialize, but we don’t mind giving you privacy. The dogs next door do bark at the fence sometimes, but are not visible. Screened in patio available for use. Guests are also welcome to use kiddie pool, bubble machine, fire pit, and Wi-Fi. Restrooms available by private entrance from patio. Water & snacks available for both dogs and humans(:
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|Designed for private play
|Rentable by the hour
|Off leash options
|Very large and/or fully fenced options
|$5 - $15 per dog per hour
Sniffspot has different types of private dog parks to allow any dog to find their ideal spot!