This 189+ acre (including water acreage) park is run by the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department. It has been equipped with brand new fully-accessible play equipment over artificial turf surrounded by a large field, pavilions, and a bathroom. The area for dogs is separate and fenced. There's a nice path along the lake perfect for a stroll or bike ride. There is ample parking for both cars and boats. The boat ramp and freshwater fishing pier are located in the middle of the park. Two large pavillions can be rented for events and both have grilling facilities.
Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation opened a 2.5 acre fenced-in section of Lake Ida Park in Delray Beach for your K-9 buddies to socialize, exercise and just plain have fun. There's a large Fido section and small Fido section complete with drinking areas. Don't forget your pooch and people manners, though. Basic rules of etiquette will apply. For more information, or for your copy of the Pooch and People Rules of Etiquette, please contact Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation at (561) 966-6664 FACILITIES. The park consists of a bicycle/walking path (2 miles), boat launching ramps (2), dog park, Lake Ida fishing (freshwater), lake frontage (9,600 feet), lake observation platform, boat/trailer parking, regular parking, picnic shelters, playground (barrier-free, fully accessible), play structure (ages 2-12 years) with swings and water skiing access.