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Lyngate Dog Park
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Lyngate Park & Dog Park


1301 S.E. Lyngate Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL


(772) 335-2384


8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sports light curfew is at 9:30 p.m.


15 acres


Yes: ADA unisex restrooms


Lyngate Park was established in 1979 and is home of our American Little League.  Here are just a few of the features of Lyngate Park:

  • Home of the American Little League
  • Lyngate Dog Park
  • One large pavilion (36 feet by 40 feet) with lights, electric, 2 grills,, water and eight 8-foot tables

  • One small pavilion (24 feet by 24 feet) with four 10-foot tables and one large grill near playground

  • Two ballfields; one is a 200-foot baseball field and one is a 285-foot baseball/softball field with lights

  • Two tennis courts with lights

  • Four racquetball courts with lights

  • One basketball court with lights

  • Sand volleyball court

  • Concession stand (open for games only)

  • Playground for ages 2-12, lighted
  • Established 1979
  • Equipped with Thorquard Lighting "Protection System"


Lyngate Dog Park

Admission and parking are free. Pet owners are responsible for picking up after their pets. Doggie waste stations with bags and disposal containers are provided. All dogs must have current licenses and vaccinations. Dogs that are aggressive or in heat are not allowed.



8 a.m. to sunset


Three-quarters of an acre


Lyngate Dog Park opened in October 2013. It features:

  • Three fenced compounds for small, medium and large dogs
  • Shade structures and benches
  • Drinking fountains for people and pets
  • Dog agility structures
  • Mulched paths with shade trees
  • Grassed open space areas


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