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Dog Areas in Anacortes

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Located in Skagit County on Fidalgo Island, Anacortes is named after the wife of an early Fidalgo Island settler. Anacortes makes up part of the Mount Vernon-Anacortes Metropolitan Statistical Area. This city is known for its Washington State Ferries dock and its Mediterranean climate. Anacortes neighbors Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, and Skagit Valley. Originally a ship harbor, Anacortes is now a popular destination for boating, where the beautiful views of Cypress Island are at their best. It’s also a great place for whale-watching! Anacortes offers more than just water-based activities, though. Anacortes Community Forest Lands has numerous miles of trails for mountain biking, rock climbing, and hiking, and the best part is that leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy them, too!

There are ten dog-friendly lodging accommodations available to you in Anacortes. Although the prices and luxuries vary, all accommodation options are relatively cheap and are highly-rated. Seven restaurants in Anacortes are also dog-friendly. Anacortes offers a variety of meal and drink options for you to choose from. In the mood for seafood? Try some fish tacos or spicy tequila prawns at the Secret Cove Restaurant. If you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, try the lovely brownies, cobbler, and other deserts from Gere a Deli in Anacortes. Anacortes has plenty to offer dogs and their owners; what are you waiting for?!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Anacortes

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    Population Density 2,380/sq mi

    #1 Village Park

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    Village Park in Anacortes, Washington contains the most residential communities in the city. This popular area is home to Volunteer Park, a park made by volunteers in the area, with baseball and soccer fields, open grass areas, a wetlands area, playgrounds, and picnic shelters for residents. Your dog is welcome to join you on his leash to visit some families at the playground or watch a ball game. Nearby, the 1.5-acre Ace of Hearts Rotary Dog Park is sure to delight your pup. This park is fenced-in with shaded areas, plenty of space to run, and water features for your dog to grab a drink or splash around.  

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    Population Density 370/sq mi

    #2 Fidalgo Bay

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    This neighborhood is right on the Fidalgo Bay, so you can spend a whole day splashing around in the water or enjoying the sights. But this neighborhood is also the home of the Tommy Thompson Trail, one of the Rails-to-Trails organization’s popular trails. Your dog is welcome on his leash here, and the paved ground will make it convenient for both of you. This trail is one of the most scenic you’ll find, with beautiful views of the water and a quiet atmosphere. Spend the day walking the full trail with your pooch, or come back daily for quick walks through Anacortes. The 3.3-mile trail is sure to become a favorite spot!

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    Population Density 304/sq mi

    #3 Whidbey Island

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    About 30 minutes south of Anacortes is Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor. This area is the home of a U.S. Naval Hospital and Air Station, but it’s also a beautiful waterfront location close to business and shopping areas. The area even has its own dog park, Clover Valley Dog Park, where pups can go unleashed in the fenced-in area. There are wooded areas surrounding the quiet, serene park, which also has seating areas for dog owners. If you’re just visiting the area, you can also find some pet-friendly hotels close by in Oak Harbor’s city center, just a couple of miles away.

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    Population Density 872/sq mi

    #4 City Center

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    A 26-minute drive from Anacortes brings you to City Center of Mount Vernon, Washington. This area contains much of the shopping areas and activities of Mount Vernon, including dog-friendly places for you and Fido to visit together. The neighborhood even has several pet-friendly hotels in the area that are perfect places to stay if you’re just visiting the area. Here, you can take a trip to PETCO with your pup in tow. Visit Optimum Dog for obedience training from trainers with decades of experience. There’s also a PetSmart Training facility in the neighborhood, so you have some great options for getting your dog trained with some paw-friendly tactics!

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    Population Density 335/sq mi

    #5 Big Lake

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    If you drive a few minutes east from Mount Vernon’s City Center, you’ll come to the Big Lake area of the city. In addition to being the home of the popular Barney Lake, this area also has Bakerview Park. This charming park has playgrounds, a skate park, sporting fields and courts, and walking areas where your pooch can join you for daily walks on his leash. You can also bring him to Bakerview Dog Park, located within the park. This fenced-in area is the perfect place to get your pup socialized, exercised, and primed for some fun! And, there’s even some toys and shaded areas for your pooch to enjoy.

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