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Dog Areas in Blaine, WA

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Located on the most northwestern border of Canada and the United States, Blaine is a small town with lots of beautiful parks and a picturesque downtown area situated on Drayton Harbor. Located on the Pacific Ocean coastline, the town's climate is mild and sees more sunshine than the rest of the Pacific Northwest region, making it a pleasant place to spend time in the great outdoors. Blaine's original economy was fed by a lumber port, salmon canneries and shingle mills. Those industries left their mark on Blaine with historic brick buildings that have been converted into shops and restaurants, plus a beautiful harbor, making it a scenic and charming place to visit or live today. 

Blaine has lots of outdoor fun for you and Fido! The town’s Lincoln Park is a woofderful place to hang out with your leashed dog. People enjoy all sorts of activities in Lincoln Park, such as yoga, walking, jogging, biking, playing basketball and more. Lincoln Park is also a pawpular spot for birdwatching. You and your pup will love exercising on the park’s walking paths. There are also picnic tables, benches and lots of shade. 

Blaine has two veterinary clinics should your dog need medical attention or just a yearly check-up.

If you’re visiting the area and need a place to stay overnight with you pooch, the Semiahmoo Resort Golf and Spa loves to host people and their dogs. You’ll swoon over the resort’s amazing mountain and bay views.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blaine, WA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 162/sq mi

    #1 Peace Portal

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    Looking for some off-leash fun? Check out Blaine’s Peace Portal neighborhood. There, you and Fido can enjoy the Grateful Dogs Off Leash Area located in Skallman Park. This fully fenced park has areas for large and small dogs, tons of mature trees and grass, drinking water for your pooch and a cleanup bag dispenser. There are benches and picnic tables for humans, too. The Peace Portal neighborhood has other parks that are great for leashed walks with your pup. Blaine Marine Park is located on the coastline and has a network of paved walking trails perfect for a walk or jog with your pooch. There are also drinking fountains and picnic areas. Montfort Park is also in the neighborhood, and provides access to the shoreline. You’ll want to bring your own cleanup bags to Blaine Marine Park and Montfort Park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 278/sq mi

    #2 Birchmont/ Salish Breeze

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    Want to smell the ocean breeze while you and your pup get some exercise? The Birchmont/ Salish Breeze neighborhood is where you need to be! Pets and their people love the Birch Bay State Park that’s situated right on the coast. The park is a beautiful place for a walk or a jog. If your dog loves watersports, bring your kayak or canoe! The park also boasts campsites with grills and RV hookups. There are also interpretive learning stations at the park, so you can learn all about the area’s ecology during your adventure! Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park except on swimmable beaches. As you pack for your trip, remember drinking water, snacks and doggie cleanup baggies.
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    Population Density 1,411/sq mi

    #3 Lettered Streets

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    Blaine’s Lettered Streets neighborhood is a fun spot to explore with your pooch! Leash your dog and head to Kilmer Park. The park has a big grassy lawn and picnic tables. There’s a playground kiddos will love, too.  The Peace Arch Historical State Park is another great place to see in the Lettered Streets neighborhood. Located right on the U.S. and Canadian border, this large, open green space has a stately monument marking the border. This is a great park for a walk with its large trees and openness. It’s also a woofderful spot to watch the sunset. Leashed dogs are welcome in the park. There are trash receptacles, but you’ll want to bring your own cleanup bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,127/sq mi

    #4 Blaine Ave

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    If a walk and a bite to eat sounds good to you and Fido, head to the Blaine Ave neighborhood. Stop by the neighborhood’s Salishan Park nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood. Enjoy a stroll and the open grassy lawn. The park also has picnic tables, benches, a basketball court and a playground. Bring drinking water and cleanup baggies on your outing. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, visit the family-owned Paso Del Norte restaurant in the neighborhood. Your leashed pup is welcome to join you on the fur-iendly patio while you chow down on traditional Mexican dishes like fajitas, enchiladas or a yummy margarita. Paso Del Norte also has a special vegetarian menu.
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    Population Density 590/sq mi

    #5 Semiahmoo - St Andrews

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    Get ready for some serious fun with Fido in the Semiahmoo - St Andrews neighborhood in Blaine. You and your pup will love the neighborhood’s Semiahmoo Park. The park has a system of walking paths that are great for biking, running or walking with your pup. There is also shoreline access where you can launch a non-motorized boat like a canoe or kayak. Some of the picnic areas have tables and barbecue grills and the park has restrooms, too. Wildlife is abundant on this coastline park, making Semiahmoo Park a pawpular spot for fishing and birdwatching. It’s a good idea to bring a bottle of water and cleanup bags on your adventure.
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