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Dog Areas in Black Diamond

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About an hour southeast of Seattle, Black Diamond sits nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range. This small community has become pawpular among people who love the outdoors and a friendly, small-town feel, with city amenities of Seattle and its suburbs nearby. If your dog requires a trip to the veterinarian, there is an animal clinic in town to take care of all your furry friend’s needs!

One of Black Diamond’s coal mining historical sites, the Franklin Ghost Town, has become a pawesome place for dog walking! Located along the beautiful Green River, the ghost town has remnants of the industry like an old coal cart and a sealed mine shaft. You and your leashed dog can take in the history via the former railroad corridor that meanders through the wooded area. Roundtrip, the path is about 2.5 miles long. There is a small fee for parking at the lot near the Green River Gorge Bridge.

Visiting the area and need a place to stay with Fido? The Cedars Inn Enumclaw is a furiffic hotel just eight miles from Black Diamond. Pets are welcome to stay overnight for a small fee. 

Outdoor fun, history and friendly locals make Black Diamond a pawsome place to visit or live with your pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Black Diamond

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    Population Density 638/sq mi

    #1 North Black Diamond

    Tail wagging adventure is only two miles from Black Diamond’s town center in the North Black Diamond neighborhood! The Black Diamond Open Space has 1,240 acres of recreational area and five miles of trails where you and your leashed pup can walk and explore! For a short walk, take a stroll with your pup up the Spooky Trail. Lush with ferns, moss and huge mature trees, there’s lots to see and sniff along the path! The Kathleen Trail is a looped path that is a little longer and meanders through wetlands. There are restrooms at the parking area of the Black Diamond Open Space. Remember to bring water for you and your pup on your walk.
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    Population Density 615/sq mi

    #2 Lake Sawyer

    Looking for a pawsome place to walk your pup? Head to the Lake Sawyer neighborhood about three miles from Black Diamond in Maple Valley! The neighborhood’s namesake body of water has a puptacular park, Lake Sawyer Regional Park, where leashed dogs are welcome with their humans. Located on the south end of the 286-acre lake, this huge park has tons of natural vegetation that makes this a beautiful place for a walk with Fido. The wide nature trail is lined with huckleberry and blackberry patches, shady trees and ferns. You and Fido can take in views of the lake about a third of a mile down the trail. Also on your walk through the park, you’ll have views of majestic Mount Rainier!
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    Population Density 252/sq mi

    #3 Crane

    Furrific fun is waiting for you and Fido in Auburn’s Crane neighborhood! About four miles from Black Diamond, this area’s Flaming Geyser State Park has 503-acres of pawsome space where you and your pup can play! For some puptastic exercise, hike the River Trail with your leashed dog. This path follows the Green River to an overlook with amazing views of the Green River Gorge and its stunning waters. There’s fishing access along the way, too. Flaming Geyser State Park also has tons of open fields, picnic areas, interpretive learning signs, restrooms and even one mile of horseback riding trails.
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    Population Density 268/sq mi

    #4 Southeast Maple Valley

    Trails, trails and more trails are the name of the game in the Southeast Maple Valley neighborhood! About four miles from Black Diamond, this Maple Valley neighborhood is home to Henry’s Ridge Natural Area. You and your leashed dog will love exploring the 10 miles of trails that network through hundreds of acres of this forested space. The Beaver Tracks Trail is a pawpular path that meanders next to the sparkling waters of Ravensdale Lake. There are tons of other serene ponds and creeks throughout the area, tons of lush woods and wildflowers in warmer months. It’s truly a beautiful place to walk with your pup.
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    Population Density 128/sq mi

    #5 Palmer/Cumberland

    In search of peace and quiet? Load up Fido and travel just eight miles from Black Diamond to the Nolte State Park in Enumclaw. This 111-acre park is a quiet and beautiful place to visit with your leashed dog. You and your furry friend will love taking a stroll around the one-mile loop that winds around Deep Lake beneath the trees. Deep Lake is a pawpular place for canoeing and standup paddle boarding as its waters are calm and easy to maneuver. There is tons of grass, covered picnic areas, a playground and restrooms. There’s also horseshoe pits and tons of opportunities for birdwatching!
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