HomeParks & RecreationFacility DOG BEACH Page Settings Show Sub Menu Print RSS Feedback Share & Bookmark Email Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Reddit Font Size: Larger Smaller ../images/detail_photos/dog_beach.jpgDOG BEACH Address 8800 Estero Blvd Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931 Google Map/Directions Contact Information Mary Beth Krause 239-949-4615Zoran Viskovic 239-432-2154 Krausemb@leegov.com Facility Staff Events Events Calendar Hours 7 a.m. to dusk seven days a week. Information Please plan your trip accordingly since this area is a tidal flat and is subject to incoming and outgoing tides.*DIRECTIONS TO DOG BEACH PARK* GPS address is not accurate, please follow directions below.From Fort Myers Beach – take Estero Blvd. south for about 20 minutes over Big Carlos Pass and over Little Carlos Pass to Lovers Key State Park (aka Carl Johnson State Park). Continue past Lovers Key State Park entrance to just before the next bridge (New Pass Bridge). Just before the foot of the bridge on the west side is Dog Beach Park. From Bonita Springs – take Bonita Beach Road to Hickory Blvd. Take Hickory Blvd. to Estero Blvd. over Little Hickory Pass Bridge. Continue on Estero Blvd. past the water tower to next bridge (New Pass Bridge). Go over the bridge and on the west side is Dog Beach Park.Dogs may run free in a beautiful beach setting. This park does not have restrooms and instead has a portable toilet. Parking is free. Doggie shower stations provided by a private donor to rinse your dog before leaving the park. Please "Paws" and read the rules. No glass containers or alcohol allowed. This is an unsupervised facility. You are responsible for yourself, your dog and it's behavior. The future of this wonderful facility depends upon your ability to self-monitor. See Dog Beach in this Video by SWFL-TV.Don't Feed the Monster, Part DooPet Waste that is left uncollected degrades water quality. With an estimated 134,000 dogs and 154,000 cats in Lee County, this results in a lot of waste that washes into our waterways increasing bacteria and nutrients. Join us in our Do your Duty campaign and pick up the waste! To learn more visit DoYourDuty.org and stop the Slime Monster. View Dog Beach.Notice: A Saltwater Fishing License is required to saltwater fish from shore. There is no fee for Florida residents. History Dog Beach has been open since 2001.