Dog Parks - Washington
Sequim Dog Park
Dog Park Info: One of the nicest dog parks in Washignton. Separate areas for small dogs and large dogs. Lots of amenities and tourism nearby.
Thurston County Off-Leash Dog Area at Hawks Prairie
Dog Park Info: The five acre park will be open from 8 to 5 daily and is located at the Waste and Recovery Center in the Hawks Prairie area of northeast Thurston County. The park is designed with two separate areas, one for larger breeds and one for small and shy dogs. The park will also include watering areas for humans and pets, picnic tables, walking paths, pet waste bag dispensaries and other amenities.
Sunrise Park Off-leash Dog Area
Dog Park Info: The area includes a 6 chain link fenced enclosure, separate areas for small and large dogs, dog/human drinking fountains, an area for hosing off dogs, picnic tables, and interior paths.
Sequim Dog Park
Dog Park Info: 1.7 acres of fenced grass, a separate small dog area. TONS of room to run and play!
South Marina Park
Admiral Way South
Fenced, parking, restrooms, trachcans; located on the beach on Puget Sound.
Luther Burbank Park
2040 84th Ave SE
Amenities include poopbags
located at 46th Avenue South and South Genesee Street. This site is fully fenced and has reopened after area construction work.
Golden Gardens Park
located at 8498 Seaview Place NW, in Ballard. The off-leash site is located in the upper or eastern portion of the park, not in the lower beach area. This is a 95 acre park located on Puget Sound. Please note that dogs are not allowed on the beach.
located just west of the tennis courts on West Green Lake Way. The site has moved from its earlier location at North 50th and Aurora Avenue N.
located at 6500 Sandpoint Way. The off-leash site is located along the eastern and northern boundary of the park, with some water access in the northeast corner of the park. This is 213 acre park located on Lake Washington. At the end of the off leash trail there is a small area of the beach designated for off leash dogs.
located at 1400 East Prospect, on Capitol Hill. The off-leash site is located behind the Seattle Asian Art Museum. City staff are currently working to identify an alternative location on Capitol Hill for this off-leash area.
located at 8806 8th Ave SW, in West Seattle. The off -leash site is located along the southern and western border of the reservoir.
I-90 "Blue Dog Pond"
located at Martin Luther King Jr. Way and South Massachusetts Street on the northwest corner. Please note: There are no off-leash areas in I-90 lid Park, located just east of Blue Dog Pond. Owners with off-leash dogs in I-90 Park will be ticketed.
West on Patmore Road from Hwy 20, then south on Keystone Hill Road for a short distance to park on the right; open dawn to dusk
Fenced, tables, poopbags, trees, parking, restrooms, trashcans
comments: THE place if your dog likes to stretch out. Approx 20 acres (unfenced) of meadow and perimeter woods. Small fenced area with obstacle course is in park to your left. Please, no chasing wildlife.
Double Bluff Beach
End of Double Bluff Road; open dawn to dusk
Poopbags, water, trashcans
comments: Salt water beach! PLEASE observe signs. Off-leash area begins approximately 500 feet up the beach to the north (at the wind sock). Dogs MUST be leashed until that point.
Marguerite Brons Memorial Park
Turn south onto Bayview Road from Highway 525 (at Bayview Park and Ride lot). Follow Bayview Road a short distance past cemetary and look for park entrance on your left. comments: about 2 cleared acres at this new 13 acre park are completely fenced, for people who are still working on voice controls for their dogs. Nature trails wind through the remaining area, for off-leash or on-leash walking. A picnic area in the fenced area is available.