10 Best Dog Parks in Washington!
Washington State is the ideal place to explore with your pup. From Tacoma to Seattle and from Lakewood to Snohomish there are amazing dog friendly parks to trek with your furry friend by your side. And with these top 10 dog parks, you and your pup are sure to have some memorable experiences.
At Tacoma's first official off-leash dog park, your pup can run and play in the 2.4 acre green space. Play equipment, a community garden, and plenty of trees make it a pawsitively great spot for you and your dog to venture out in.
This off-leash area has something for all dog sizes and breeds. From small fenced areas to large landscaped grounds complete with trees, bushes, logs, and water fountains, your dog will be sure to find something they love. The benches make a great spot to relax and watch them let loose.
Located in Vancouver, this park boasts plenty of room to roam and play, get active with your pup and have an awesome time making quality memories while you're at it. This is sure to be a favorite spot for you and your pup.-You’re welcome.
Westcrest Park offers your canine friend the opportunity to stroll through a meadow, view the city skyline from a platform, and go off-leash in the designated area. The vast open spaces and various look outs give your pup many things to enjoy and run through. They’ll have a blast.
Willis Tucker Park offers three different fenced-in areas for all types of pups. From the 6 acre meadow to the shy dog area and hiking trails, your pup won't get bored here.
At Grandview Dog Park, you'll find a safe, fun environment for pups and their people. This fenced-in area features plenty of room to run and play. You and your furry friends will fall head over paws for this SeaTac local gem.
Three Forks off-leash area offers a massive green expanse for your pup to run around and go wild. This is a great spot for all types of pups, no matter their size, breed, or energy level.
If you look for a park that immerses you and your pup in nature, Tails and Trails Dog Park is for you. This medium size park is close to a little hiking trail and has plenty of nature surrounding it, making it a top notch spot for a nature walk.
This park requires all pups to be on a short leash. However, at the designated off-leash area, your pup can finally have the chance to run, play, or even lazily lay about however they please. It is a wonderful place to just hang out with your furry friends.
This off-leash area offers an escape from city life. With the beautiful trains and shells strewn along the path, your pup will have a wonderful time exploring the great outdoors with you. See what adventures you and your four legged co pilot get up to in Everett.
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