Bothell is a furiendly city located in the State of Washington. This puptown is part of both King and Snohomish Counties, as well the Seattle metropolitan area. The city is named after David Bothell, who was a settler from Pennsylvania. While there are some historic sights you can enjoy in Bothell, there is also plenty of pawsome places for dog lovers too! If you need emergency care, there are three veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in town.
For some fun in the sun, head to the Stipek Park with your pup. The park offers a short but sniff-tastic nature trail where you can wander around with your dog in tow, as well as plenty of green space for rolling and playing. There are picnic tables and barbeques available, with a playground for the kids. You can also walk your pooch at the Park at Bothell Landing. This pawsome place has plenty of grassy areas, as well as a bridge over the Sammamish River where you can join some puptastic trails. Since there are cyclists around, it is best to keep your furry companion on his leash.
If you are a visitor to Bothell and would like to stay overnight with your pup, the Extended Stay America Seattle offers comfortable accommodation for you and two pooches weighing under 40 Ibs for an additional fee. Relax and get ready for your next adventure in Bothell!
In Bothell, you will find some pawsome trails that allow you to explore the city and exercise your pup! The Burke-Gilman Trail is an old rail trail that offers 27 miles to walk with your furry friend. In Downtown Bothell, this trail becomes known as the Sammamish River Trail. Enjoy this scenic and sniff-tastic greenway, but be aware that this route is popular with cyclists, so it is best to keep your pup leashed so everyone has a puptastic and safe adventure! After all of that excitement, you can chill out at McMenamins for some tasty pizzas or sandwiches at one of the 15 dog friendly outdoor tables.
If you get hungry when you are in the Waterbrook neighborhood, you will be glad to hear there are some dog friendly places you can grab a bite to eat! If you love Italian food, you have got to visit Grazie Ristorante Italiano. Not only does this place have a delicious menu, but they also have a bunch of outdoor tables where your pup can sit with you and relax. If you fancy a frozen treat, you can also visit Baskin-Robbins for an ice cream or sundae. There are puptastic flavors to choose from, and your furry friend can sit with you at the outdoor bench out front.
If you need a place to stay in the great outdoors when you are in Bothell, head to the Lake Pleasant RV Park. This pawsome campground is surrounded by a natural and serene wildlife habitat, as well as two small lakes. But the best thing about this place is that it is dog friendly! Dogs are sure to love the open grass and trees where they can investigate new sights and smells. There are restrictions on certain breeds of dogs here, such as pit bulls, Rottweilers and Dobermans, so it is best to call ahead to avoid disappointment. And always keep your pup leashed in this public campground.
When you are in Bothell with your furry friend, be sure to drop by one of the many dog friendly eateries in town, especially if adventuring has got your tummy growling! If you love spice, you can enjoy some delicious Thai food at Rama House, and with a bunch of outdoor tables, you are welcome to bring your pup. If you would like a coffee and a tasty treat, check out Tully’s Coffee. This place has some pawsome locally baked goodies you can enjoy. With four outdoor tables, your pooch doesn’t have to stay at home.
For an outdoor adventure with your pooch, pack your bag and head to the North Creek Forest in Bothell! This 64 acre puptastic forest is the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, with beautiful flowers, plenty of wildlife and sniff-tastic hiking trails to explore with your furry friend. Your pup will love all of the new scents and smells out in nature! Don’t forget to bring some water and treats for your good boy or girl. Since there is wildlife here at the North Creek Forest, it is best to keep your dog leashed to enjoy a pawsome, and safe, day out.