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Dog Areas in Auburn, WA

5 Parks
1 Trail
5 Eateries

Auburn is a lively city located in King County, Washington. This furiendly puptown is part of the Seattle metropolitan area, and boasts over 23 miles of puptastic trails and 28 parks that dog lovers will enjoy! In case of emergency, there are around 12 veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in the area, which means you are never short of somewhere that can help you.

When you are in Auburn with your furry companion, be sure to drop into Les Gove Park for some fun in the sun! This 21 acre park is full of activities for the whole family, which includes outdoor fitness equipment and a children’s playground, as well as a 0.5 mile loop trail for your pooch. They will love to have a relaxing stroll around the park, while you can enjoy views of Mount Rainier. There is also plenty of green grass here. All dogs can have their day at Les Gove Park, as long as they remain on leash.

If you need a place to stay when you are visiting Auburn, you can enjoy comfortable accommodation at La Quinta Inn & Suites. You can bring two pups of any size and you won’t have to pay an addition fee. Isn’t that pawsome?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Auburn, WA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,850/sq mi

    #1 Auburn Downtown


    To enjoy some exercise with your pup, go explore the King County Interurban Trail! This pawsome trail runs for 18 miles along the old rail track which was once used by the Puget Sound Electric Railway. Now it serves as a puptastic place to stretch your pooch’s legs and enjoy a jog together. Since cyclists can use this trail, it is best to keep your pup on his leash. If you get hungry, stop into Zola’s Café for a bite to eat. Here you can enjoy some delicious meals, as well as fresh coffee. What’s more, your furry friend can join you at one of the outdoor tables!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,331/sq mi

    #2 Southdale


    Every dog loves a trip to the park, so if your pup has been a good boy or girl, why not take a trip to Game Farm Park in Southdale? This puptastic spot is a popular community park, which hosts a number of sports and community events. In addition, it boasts beautiful natural settings, with green grass and tall trees. Your pooch will love to wander around the one mile loop trail with you! All pups are welcome here, as long as they remain on leash. For a family day out, there are also barbecue grills and a picnic shelter where you can cook up some food.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,697/sq mi

    #3 Lakeland Hills II


    If your dog likes to run, he is sure to love Roegner Park! This community park has an off-leash dog area, the Roegner Park Dog Park, where your pup can run, play and explore freely. This is also a great oppawtunity to socialize and make some new furry friends. Be sure to bring some treats and water with you to Roegner Park, as well as your pup’s favorite ball or Frisbee! What’s more, this place has pawsome nature trails you can go on through the woods. Your dog will love to investigate all of the new sights and smells. Just make sure your pup remains leashed outside of the dog park area.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 663/sq mi

    #4 Lakeland Hills/ Mill Pond


    Mill Pond Park is a beautiful green spot that makes for a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. This means that it is a must-visit park to go to with your furry friend! This place is named after the Mill Creek, which you can see running through the park. Your pup is sure to love the sniff-tastic trail around the ponds, with plenty of green grass for rolling and roaming. In addition, there is a fishing dock that can be used by the public. If you want to relax and enjoy the fresh air with your pooch, you can take a seat at one of the picnic areas.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,095/sq mi

    #5 Green River Roust


    For a fun day out with all the family, including your pup, head to Brannan Park!  This pawsome 27 acre park has something for everyone, with a kid’s playground, basketball court and skate park, as well as a sniff-tastic trail to go for some exercise with your furry friend. The loop trail is around 0.66 miles, which makes it perfect for a casual stroll. You can also enjoy a treat at the barbecue grills and picnic tables in the park and make the most of the sunny days in Auburn. All dogs are welcome here, as long as they remain on their leash.

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