Citrus County Parks and Recreation has reopened the parks and beaches for summer time activity.
For the health and safety of our citizens and furry friends here’s a refresher of a few simple Do’s and Don’ts for pet owners who bring their dog to a county park.
-Keep your dog on a leash with the exception of Bluebird Springs, which has a fenced dog park
-Walk dogs on walking/ jogging trails
-Walk dogs during daylight hours only
-Use cleaning stations and bags provided at the park, or bring your own, to clean up after your dog
-Only bring your dog to parks approved for dog walking
-Bring your dog to Fort Island Gulf Beach or Hernando Beach. PETS are not allowed
-Let your dog run free at any county park
-Walk dogs in fields or green spaces – please stay on designated trails
-Bring dogs to special events
The following Citrus County Parks are approved for walking leashed dogs:
- Beverly Hills Community Park
- Bluebird Springs
- Central Ridge District Park
- Eagleton Park
- Floral Park
- Holden Community Park
- Homosassa Area Recreation Park
- Lecanto Community Park
- Water Tower Park
For the latest updates on parks, beaches, boat ramps and fishing piers, please follow Citrus County Parks and Recreation on Facebook at www.facebook.com/citruscountyparks. For more information, please contact Citrus County Parks and Recreation’s office: (352) 527-7540.