When we go out of town we look for nearby dog parks where Tahoe can freely run and enjoy some playtime. As we rolled in to the parking lot of Nassau Humane Society Dog Park in Amelia Island, we had no idea that Tahoe would enjoy the best dog park we have ever visited.
It took less than a minute for Tahoe to make his way to the pool. Such a happy dog. “Why don’t you come in, mom?”
“Okay, while I’d rather play with mom and dad, I’ll cautiously check out the the other dogs!”
There are nice benches and tables under grand oak trees for human parents.
Tahoe prefers to play with mom and dad over other dogs with few exceptions! He sure loved to swim in between fetching his Kong across the large grassy fenced-in field.
A moment for a happy family photo opportunity. We came to the park every morning after breakfast.
Tahoe habitually dropped his Kong in to the deep end and waited for Brent to fish it out with a net. After Brent was forced to wade waist high to retrieve Tahoe’s Kong we went to Petco and bought a floating Kong to use for the remainder of our trip! See Tahoe in the background just waiting to run for the Kong again!
Tahoe wasn’t a fan of doggie diving and enjoyed the floating orange Kong.
At 60 lbs, Tahoe qualifies as a ‘Big’ dog! There was a separate agility training area fully equipped with tunnels and jumps!
When you are on your way out, stop for a quick bath in one of four bathing areas. Complimentary shampoo, conditioner and towels are available in case you forget your own.
This black lab named Goose was our favorite doggie friend. He entertained us by diving for toys and he and Brent were instantly best buds. Ashly, we are still his godparents, right?
Say goodbye..until next time.