Off-leash Areas
Anacortes | Auburn | Bainbridge Island | Bellingham | Camano Island | Edmonds | Everett | Gold Bar | South King County | Mercer Island
Portland, OR | Poulsbo | Redmond | Seattle | Snohomish | Sequim | Tacoma | Whidbey Island

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Park ratings: Based on size, scenery, human and canine exercise potential, how much else there is to do around the park, and how much Droopy likes it.
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SEATTLE
AUBURN
    (added 1/10)
  • Auburn GRCC trail - You can access the trails from several entrances leading off of the campus parking areas but parking is very limited during class times (weekdays). There is an unmarked entrance to the trail system near 116th and SE 323rd Pl. A strong recall or a leash is recommended because there are deer and raccoons and squirrels aplenty along with at least one area of steep drop off. The trails go all the way to the Green River, very good for exercise. (Thanks to Linda H. for sending this our way!)
EDMONDS
EVERETT/SNOHOMISH
MERCER ISLAND
REDMOND
SOUTH KING COUNTY
OUTSIDE OF KING/SNOHOMISH COUNTY
ANACORTES
  • Old reservoir off H & 38th Streets. Upon entering Anacortes on Commercial St., turn left at the 1st light, 32nd St. Continue to a four-way stop at H Avenue and turn left. The park is off of H Avenue, right across from the sign for the Cedar Springs development, at about 38th St.
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND
  • Eagledale at Park on Rose Ave. (Thanks to Jodi and her furry pals Abbey Sue, Lola, and Lucy for sending Droopy this one!)
BELLINGHAM
    Designated sections of:
  • Arroyo Park
  • Bloedel Donovan Park
  • Lake Padden Park
  • Little Squalicum Park
  • Marine Park, Port of Bellingham
  • Post Point Treatment Area
  • Sehome Hill Arboretum
  • Sunset Pond and Bug Lake
  • Whatcom Falls Park
More details about Bellingham off-leash areas
Official listing (link updated 1/10, click on dog-offleash regulations link for list of parks)
CAMANO ISLAND
GOLD BAR
  • Gold Bar off-leash area - a small field on south side of Hwy 2, at Sixth St (en route to Stevens Pass). Wheelchair accessible. (See Seattle Times pdf).
POULSBO
  • Frank Parr Park
SEQUIM
TACOMA
  • Rogers Park, located at East 34th street and East L street (updated 1/10)
WHIDBEY ISLAND
PORTLAND, OR

7/06