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Meridian Park is a mostly residential neighborhood located in Shoreline, Washington. Shoreline, in general, is known as a dog-friendly town, even having a popular, locally-owned restaurant that caters specifically to four-legged customers by offering the "Doggie Bowl," a nightly special designed for canine taste buds. Of course, there's plenty for pet owners in the area, as well: coffee shops, restaurants, grocery chains, bus lines, parks, beaches, and hiking trails. Most of this is walking distance, but driving is just as well since most destinations will have parking. Sharing its county with Seattle, Shoreline has a bus system with routes that reach all the way down to the Emerald city's center, so getting around by bus is plausible, as well.

Sandwiched between two major bodies of water - Puget Sound and Lake Washington - the Meridian Park neighborhood is just a ten-minute drive away from beach views. 

Day excursions are a snap, as well. Find yourself in Seattle within 20 minutes, a common destination thanks to its vibrant nightlife, food scene, and sightseeing. In the winter, head north to Snohomish for some coveted playtime in the snow. When it isn't time for play, local businesses and offices are just as easy to get to thanks to the small-scale territory Shoreline finds itself in.


Terrain in Meridian Park
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Containing some marshland, Meridian Park is flat and retains a lot of rain during wet seasons, such as spring and fall. Setting out on foot around the neighborhood is definitely achievable as it's a pedestrian-friendly community. Many residents enjoy weekly exercise by just leaving out their front doors, whether that's on wheels, taking advantage of bike lanes, or on foot, running along the miles and miles of sidewalks. 

Little to no scaling will be requested of your legs while walking through Meridian Park. However, if the daily walking routine gets monotonous, there are plenty of more challenging hiking trails, even mountain trails, that you and your four-legged adventurer can get to by car. Even just ten minutes away are both Richmond Beach and Innis Arden areas, which have some cliffs along their water's edge. This could be a good alternative if you own a dog that needs more exertion than just a stroll through a neighborhood.

Greenways in Meridian Park
9 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Shoreline have an average of:
6 Greenways
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Although off of a major highway, Ronald Bog Park is a favorite of the Shoreline community. It offers open fields - which do have the tendency to become marshy during heavy rainfall - a scenic pond, and shady footpaths. Dogs will love running and playing in the spacious and open grass or splashing around in the pond if you have a water-lover. With an arboretum and picnic area, there's a lot for two-legged visitors to enjoy, as well.

At a popular neighborhood spot, Cromwell Park, Meridian Park residents can rent a covered patio for special occasions. But you don't need to be celebrating something in order to enjoy Cromwell; wide, open grassy areas give you and Fido plenty of space to run and play. There's a walking trail which isn't demanding, making it perfect for whiling away some time on a lazy day. 

Less than five minutes in the car can take you to Twin Ponds Park in the Parkwood neighborhood. This park has parking, making the short jaunt there easy on foot or in your car. Meridian Creek runs through this lush, green area and a walking loop will take you and your pup along its chirping waters, with a pit-stops at two ponds and a mini cedar forest. 

There's also James Keough and Darnell parks, but both are small and not always well-maintained. For walking a dog, these parks will work just fine if they need a quick potty break, but the Meridian Park and surrounding neighborhoods have better options to offer if you're looking for a fun, outdoor expedition.

Top Pet Businesses in Meridian Park
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