Pensacola Beach neighborhood says dog park needs to move (FL)

Citing concerns about poorly behaved dogs and dog owners, a Pensacola Beach homeowners association is asking Escambia County to move a beachfront dog park to a more secluded area.  The association, which represents the De Luna Point neighborhood, wants the beach dog park located off Fort Pickens Road moved further west between Park West and Gulf Islands National Seashore.    Read the article…………….

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