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Dog Areas in Post Falls

16 Parks
1 Trail
17 Shops
5 Eateries
10 Groomers

Post Falls is a gorgeous mountain town along Spokane River with an elevation of over 2,182. Thanks to the city's location surrounded by mountains, rivers, and lakes, the town has grown into a great tourist destination, with numerous places to walk, play, and hike. A lot of the places you can go are dog-friendly too, so you never have to leave your pup behind when going out.

The Black Bay Park is the largest park in the city, with over 60 acres of land dedicated to a forested landscape, open fields, and a small beach area along the cove. There are a few natural trails that explore the area and follow the river, connecting to paved walkways, a pavilion, open space, and a parking area. Dogs do not have to be on a leash at the park, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags.

Q'emiln Park rests on the southern shore of the Spokane River and provides scenic views of the rocky terrain surrounding the park, the river, and lush open areas. The park has piers for fishing, a pavilion, a playground, paved trails, and a large forest that can be walked through using dirt paths. Leash up Fido before coming here and get access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Besides those parks and 4 veterinarians, Post Falls still has some great dog-friendly parks to visit like Syringa Park, Beck Park, and Treaty Rock Park. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Post Falls

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    Population Density 2,006/sq mi

    #1 Prairie Ridge

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    Prairie Ridge is a northwestern neighborhood filled with bustling streets and active residential homes. The area of choice to play in with your pooch is White Pine Park. This lovely space has lots of trees with plenty of shade and open areas to play in. Whether you're using the area to exercise in or go for a walk, you can also enjoy enclosed basketball courts, a playground, a pavilion, benches, and water fountains. The Chase Sports Field Complex is another great place to bring Fido since it has over 10 acres of open fields, fenced-in ball diamonds, and a looping path. The path extends over half a mile and connects to a playground, a pavilion, restrooms, water fountains, picnic tables, and trash bins.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,891/sq mi

    #2 Central Post Falls

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    Central Post Falls is a busy area with a shopping district, upscale homes, and busy streets. Falls Park is a unique park, providing a quiet and secluded area to play, run around, and walk with your pooch right on the river. There's open space to play in, with shaded sitting areas, forested paths, and paved walkways. There's a boat launch, fishing pier, picnic tables, and a small natural beach. The park also connects to the North Idaho Centennial Trail, a 24-mile trail that follows along the river, cutting through the south side of the city. The trail is made from asphalt and has resting spots with benches and trash bins.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,831/sq mi

    #3 Seltice Way

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    Seltice Way is a residential neighborhood on the south side of the city, right on the shore of the Spokane River. Even in this packed little neighborhood, pups still have a place to play, which is known as the Warren Play Field. The field is fenced-in, and offers an open place to play in safely with your pup. Connected to the field is a paved trail, with a playground, a covered picnic area, basketball courts, water fountains, trash bins, and a shaded sitting area. If you plan on staying overnight in the neighborhood, head over to the dog-friendly Red Lions Templin Hotel, which allows pets up to 45 pounds to stay for a small fee per night.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 993/sq mi

    #4 East Post Falls

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    East Post Falls is a quiet and shaded residential neighborhood on the river, with lots of trees and rows of homes. Right on the water is a dog-friendly place known as BLM Ross Point Recreation Area, which offers a shaded space with a dirt field to play in. Besides a space to play in for Fido, the park also offers a fishing pier, picnic tables, and a natural beach that's dog-friendly. Dogs do not have to be on a leash in this park, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags. The Riverside Harbor Beach Park is another dog-friendly park in the neighborhood that has an abundance of amenities like paved trails, a beach, a playground, a gazebo, a place to picnic, open fields, and restrooms. Dogs are welcome while they are on a leash, and can enjoy water fountains, clean-up stations, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 144/sq mi

    #5 McGuire Estates

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    McGuire Estates is a lovely community, filled with residential homes, rolling hills, and old farmlands. Right on the water is Corbin Park, which is a sandy and grassy park with lots of trees and open space. Leashed pups are allowed in the park and can enjoy features like a fenced-in baseball field, forested trails, a pavilion, picnic tables, restrooms, and a playground. After following some of the trails, you and your pup can even play in the dog-friendly beach and enjoy the water, but remember to clean-up after your pup. Water is available inside the park, and also find benches and trash bins.
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