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Dog Areas in Bow, WA

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Bow is a small community in Skagit County, Washington with a population of around 6,000 people. Located in Samish Bay, Bow is surrounded by dikes and contains part of a traditional floodplain, so there are not only gorgeous views in town but plenty of places great for dog walking. Whether you're vacationing in Bow or you live there all year long, you'll be delighted at the selection of dog-friendly restaurants in town, and all of the outdoor areas you can explore with your dog. Bow may not have its own off-leash dog park, but it is just a short drive from several dog parks where your dog can run free to their heart's content.

If you'd like to grab a bite to eat at a dog-friendly restaurant in Bow, Washington, visit Slough Food. They have eight outdoor tables where Fido is welcome to join you while you dine. Slough Food is a deli in a picturesque, rustic setting that's so familiar to Bow, and you can look out at a wild garden surrounded by bamboo while you eat. The wait staff will serve you food, wine, and cheese, and also offer a selection of groceries you can bring home with you! Slough Food is closed on Mondays, so keep that in mind before you visit. Once you've had your fill, it's time to set off and get to know all of the other dog-friendly activities in the Bow area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bow, WA

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    Population Density 4,808/sq mi

    #1 Bakerview

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    A 20-minute drive south of Bow gets you to Mount Vernon, Washington. In the eastern-central quadrant of town, there's a lovely place known as Bakerview Park, and it has its very own dog park. The off-leash area is just one amenity in the 39-acre park that also includes playgrounds, playgrounds, BBQ and picnic facilities, sports fields, a BMX bike track, and more. The dog park is fully fenced with a wood-chip and gravel surface to help minimize muddy paws. In the dog park, there's a covered seating area as well as a tunnel for dogs to run through, waste disposal items, and a separate small dog area.
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    Population Density 4,632/sq mi

    #2 Rotary Park

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    About half an hour west of Bow is the Ace of Hearts Rotary Dog Park in Anacortes, Washington. Located in central Anacortes, this 1.5-acre dog park is the pawfect place to let your dog explore and meet new doggy friends. There are big and small dog sections at the park so your dog can play with dogs of similar sizes. Many visitors regard Ace of Hearts Rotary Dog Park as the nicest dog park they've ever been to, and it isn't hard to see why! In the park, there are water stations for dogs, covered seating areas, and picnic tables. If you're visiting on a hot day, your dog will love cooling off in one of the kiddie pools set up at the park.
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    Population Density 639/sq mi

    #3 Lake Padden

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    There's a great dog park in the southern tip of Bellingham, Washington, and it's less than a 20-minute drive north from Bow. The Lake Padden Dog Park is part of a public park that also includes sports fields, basketball courts, a fishing dock, picnic facilities, a boat launch, and playgrounds. The off-leash dog park includes several trails where you and your dog can hike. The trails vary in difficulty, so there's an option for everyone. There is also an off-leash water play area for dogs at Lake Padden Park where dogs can exercise or cool off in the lake.
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    Population Density 5,141/sq mi

    #4 Western Bellingham

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    Bellingham is home to another excellent dog park on the western shore of town, and it takes just over 20 minutes to get there from Bow. The Post Point Dog Park is one of those dog parks where dogs truly feel free, as it is only surrounded by natural barriers rather than fences. You and your dog will feel as though you're discovering new land as you walk through tall grass, walking trails, and wooded areas. There was once a swimming area for dogs here, but it has since been closed to protect the land. You'll still love being so close to the beach at this natural dog park!
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    Population Density 637/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Oak Harbor

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    Oak Harbor is a city in Island County, Washington with a population of more than 22,000 people. It's about a 30-mile drive south from Bow, and in the northwestern portion of the city, there's a place called Clover Valley Dog Park. Like many of the dog parks in Washington, this is a very natural dog park that is perfect for escaping big city life with your dog. There is a separate small dog area in this fenced dog park, and they also provide visitors with doggy bags, fresh drinking water, insect traps, covered seating areas, and a double-gated entry system.
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