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Dog Areas in Arlington Heights, WA

Arlington Heights is a quiet rural community in western Washington. This town has a few shops and services, lots of farms, and plenty of natural beauty lining the country roads that wind through the area. Though Arlington Heights is very small, big city amenities are just a short drive away with the larger town of Arlington just two miles west, and the major city of Everett 23 miles southwest.

You and your pup will love the Twin Rivers Park on the western outskirts of Arlington Heights. Situated on the banks of the South Fork Stillaguamish River, this 50-acre park has beach access where your leashed pup can enjoy wet toes and a sandy nose. There is a beautiful nature trail that meanders through the park, plus wide open grassy fields where you and your dog can get some exercise. The park has restrooms and picnic tables, too. 

If you and Fido need overnight accommodations, the Best Western Plus Arlington welcomes pups and their people in their clean and updated rooms. The hotel includes breakfast and even has an indoor pool! There is a small fee for pet guests.

There are 12 veterinary clinics in Arlington to take care of all your dog’s health needs.

For a delicious place to eat, head to Moose Creek Barbecue in Arlington. Chow down on slow-cooked, smoked ribs, brisket, chicken and pork with yummy side dishes made from scratch. Best of all? Fido is invited to join you at their outdoor tables.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Arlington Heights, WA

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    Population Density 1,432/sq mi

    #1 Arlington City Center

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    Just a couple miles from Arlington Heights, in the City Center neighborhood of Arlington, you and your pup will find no shortage of exercise. Your leashed dog will dig the neighborhood’s Country Charm Conservation Area. With more than 100 acres of wide open space to explore, this is a pawsome spot for a walk. If you’re looking for an intense workout, hit the neighborhood’s Zimmerman Hill Climb with your leashed dog. This 2,000-foot-long stretch of stairs is sure to get your heart pumping, but there are benches along the way and shade from the mature trees lining the trail. The 30-mile Centennial Trail is another puptacular trail that runs through this neighborhood. There are tons of access points, but a great place to start is near Legion Memorial Park. There are lots of other neighborhood parks where leashed dogs are welcome, including Jensen Park, Centennial Park and Terrace Park.
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    Population Density 613/sq mi

    #2 Pioneer Hwy E/ 59th Ave NE

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    Looking for a tail-wagging good time? Visit Arlington’s Pioneer Hwy E/ 59th Ave NE neighborhood, about seven miles from Arlington Heights. Your pup will love the neighborhood’s Blue Stilly Park for its beach access along the Stillaguamish River. It’s a pawpular spot for swimming, tubing, fishing, picnics and all-day fun in the sun in warmer months. There’s a nature path that winds through the park, too. Along the banks of the river, you just might see some wildlife or find wild blackberries. High Clover Park is another furrific neighborhood spot for a picnic. This 2-acre park has lush grass and lots of shade trees, making it a great spot to relax with your leashed pup.
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    Population Density 1,180/sq mi

    #3 188 St/ Smokey Point Blvd

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    If you and Fido are looking for a nice long walk, head just a couple miles from Arlington Heights to this neighborhood in Arlington. Walk or jog with your leashed pup around the neighborhood’s 6-mile Airport Trail that follows the outskirts of the airport. The trail runs through Bill Quake Memorial Park on the east side of the airport. There are restrooms, picnic tables, a playground and athletic fields at this 13-acre park where your leashed dog is welcome to join you. J. Rudy York Memorial Park is another fur-iendly neighborhood park where you can enjoy a short walk or a picnic with your leashed pup.
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    Population Density 258/sq mi

    #4 Jordan/ Riverside

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    You and your pup will go bananas for Arlington’s Jordan/ Riverside neighborhood, about five miles from Arlington Heights. The neighborhood’s gem, River Meadows County Park, is a pawsitively beautiful and fun place to spend a day with your leashed dog. With huge grassy meadows, flowering trees, picnic and camping facilities, and beach access to the South Fork Stillaguamish River, it’s easy to understand why this park is so pawpular. You and your pooch will love the trail that winds around Funnel Meadow next to the river. The Bar Woods trail is another scenic, but shorter path that you and Fido can explore.
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    Population Density 2,834/sq mi

    #5 Route 9/ Crown Ridge Blvd

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    Looking for a place to chill out with your pooch? Check out Arlington’s Route 9/ Crown Ridge Blvd neighborhood, about seven miles from Arlington Heights. There, you’ll find quiet neighborhood parks like Wedgewood Park. This 1.5-acre park has a nice grassy area, picnic tables and a playground. Also in the neighborhood, you’ll find Forest Trail Park. Though it’s located in a residential area, this park feels secluded because of all the mature trees. There is a paved walking trail through the park, drinking fountains and picnic tables. If you’re hungry, check out the Gleneagle Bar and Grill located at the Gleneagle Golf Course. This eatery serves pub-style food and has a pet-friendly seating area on their patio. The restaurant recommends that you call ahead so they can reserve you and Fido a table.
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