Warmer, sunnier days are in store for the Pacific Northwest, and there is no better time to get outside. Your four-legged friend will love some off-the-leash adventures. Step outside and bring the pup to Snohomish County’s off-leash dog parks. From gorgeous beach-front views to forested playgrounds, there is something you and your pooch will love right in the heart of Snohomish County. Take your dog on an outdoor adventure and soak in the fresh, crisp air as you explore some of the best dog parks around town.
Martha Lake Airport Park
200 146th Street Southwest
Newly opened in the winter of 2020 is the Martha Lake Airport Park off-leash dog area. Now you can bring your dog along to this well-loved park featuring a one-acre fenced off-leash dog area, including a separate space for shy dogs. Conveniently located just north of Martha Lake in Lynnwood, this Snohomish County dog park is excellent for those in the city. Be sure to check out the Big Rock, one of the largest glacial erratic boulders in the area. A massive rock dropped by an ice sheet nearly 12,000 years ago, Martha Lake Airport Park is a great spot to check out the history while also letting your dog get some exercise.
Willis D. Tucker Dog Park
6705 Puget Park Drive
Venture out to Willis D. Tucker Dog Park, boasting three off-leash, fenced areas for your pup in the corner of the park. Surrounded by a six-acre meadow, 1.25-acre forest specifically for off-leash hiking, and a small area designated for shy/elderly dogs, you and your dog will love this great escape. Also available is a dog hydrant for drinking water, but please bring your own bowls to prevent the spread of illness. Add Willis D. Tucker Dog Park when looking for a fantastic spot to spend the afternoon with your special friend.
Strawberry Fields Off-Leash Dog Park
6100 152nd Street Northeast
Bring your dog to Strawberry Fields Off-Leash Dog Park in Marysville, where you can relax and let Rover run free. Spanning three acres of running space, your pup will love all the room they have to roam. Offering three separate drinking fountains, doggie bag dispensers, picnic benches and a fenced, gated area for safe off-leash exploring, you will love the ease and convenience at Strawberry Fields.
Howarth Off-Leash Area
1127 Olympic Boulevard
Nestled within Howarth Park along the Possession Sound Beach sits Howarth Off-Leash Area, a perfect spot to watch the tide roll in with your pup. Soak in the Cascade and Olympic Mountain views on a clear day as you walk along the beach with your furry friend. Take a break and sight-see on the logs scattered around as you embark on the beautiful scenic terrain the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Add Howarth Off-Leash Area to your list of fun and picturesque spots for you and your pup.
Off-Leash Area Edmonds
498 Admiral Way
Venture out to the Off-Leash Area Edmonds for some fantastic fun in the sun with your canine friends. With easy beach access, “dogs are permitted to run free, swim, meet new friends and play.” A truly social experience for your dog, this is a great place to get out for an adventure. Are you looking for a spooky good time? Dress your pup and plan for the annual Halloween Howl, a place for your furry friend to enjoy some festivities among other pups. Whatever the occasion, head out to Off-Leash Area Edmonds for a fun-filled time you and your dog will enjoy.
Tambark Creek Dog Park
17217 35th Avenue Southeast
Pleasantly nestled among woodlands and open green fields, you will love the off-leash area offered at Tambark Creek Dog Park in Bothell. Conveniently located near Mill Creek, this 1.5-acre fenced-off dog park is sure to please those on the go. Walk among the trees or let your dog run wild in the open play area. Tambark Creek Dog Park is an excellent choice for a quick stop without missing the ease of convenience.
Get excited with some of the fantastic dog parks around Snohomish County. Whether looking for some off-leash space to let your furry friend roam free or looking to bring your pup along for a hike in the forest, these wonderful dog parks have you covered. Bring ease and convenience to your life while enjoying some scenic views at these dog parks. Walk along the beach and throw a frisbee to your pup or wander through a beautiful meadow field. You will find whatever you and your furry friend are looking for. Venture outside with warmer days ahead and bring the pup to Snohomish County’s off-leash dog parks.