Rotary Centennial Park

Hernando County's Only Dog Park

A beautiful day at the Dog Park

 Concrete pads have been installed under the picnic tables and benches and the new watering stations seem to be a favorite item for the dogs.  They are designed to drain after your dog takes a drink, which should prevent algae from growing on the bowl.  Since the park is visited by many more mid-sized dogs, you will also see a larger dog run for middle-sized dogs.  Large dogs have a new run with lots of grass and trees on the other side of the parking lot and their equipment moved to the new run.  Rotary and the Parks Department plan on making additional  improvements over the next two years for a better Spring Hill Dog Park. Due to a current lack of funds, the Rotary Club of Spring Hill Central plans to apply for a District Rotary Grant in 2024-25 to help fund this project. Our project has specified they need funding for Shade (pavilions), Seating (tables & benches), and Landscaping (trees, bushes and flowers). Please help the Rotary Club spread the word.  If you know businesses or individuals who would like to help, please let them know about this project.  Donations are tax-deductible since the Spring Hill Rotary Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit.  There are sponsor forms near the gates of the large, medium and small dog runs. If you have ideas or suggestions, please send a message with your thoughts.  

Middle-sized dog run

Watering Stations

 Picnic table on concrete slab

Park Bench on new slab

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