Palm Beach County is opening its fourth off-leash dog park this weekend.
Lake Woof Dog Park features five enclosed areas for dogs to play with others in their same size range.
Officials with the County Parks and Recreation Department tell us that this will be the first park where these pens will be suitable for all dog sizes, small to large.
Lake Woof opens on more than four acres at John Prince Park in Lake Worth on Saturday.
It has five gazebos with water fountains for humans and what the county is calling "Fido Fountains" for your pooch.
Click Here for more details on the grand opening celebration which will feature contests for Best Dog Tricks, Obedience and Canine/Owner Look-alike. It's happening from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
The other county-run dog parks are already open at Okeeheelee Park in suburban West Palm Beach, Lake Ida West in Delray Beach and Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park west of Boca Raton.
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