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Dog Areas in Burien

19 Parks
2 Trails
16 Shops
5 Eateries
7 Groomers

Burien is a suburban city 10 miles from Seattle. The small town rests on the eastern shore of the Puget Sound, backed by the larger cities of Renton and Kent. The area recently experienced an annexation that took over an unincorporated town, which nearly doubled Burien's population. This not only brought in a lot more humans and four-legged residents, but it also brought in more public parks and trails. 

The best place to bring Fido is the Burien Off-Leash Dog Park. The park is fenced-in, with a sandy and grassy terrain that has a double-gated entrance. There's a small paved trail inside the park, with access to picnic tables, water fountains, and clean-up stations. The dog park resides inside the larger park of Lakeview Park. The larger area is dog-friendly,  although pups must be on a leash outside of the fence, and can run around in the open space or walk in the shaded walking trails. 

Seahurst Park is the largest park in the city, located along the shore and offering scenic views of the Puget Sound. There are forest trails, picnicking areas, a playground, and open spaces. Dogs can run around and are not required to be on a leash at the park, but must be picked up after. Clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches are offered.

With 3 different animal hospitals, watersport activities, and multiple places to walk Fido, it's no wonder so many dog-lovers and their pups stay and visit the town of Burien!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burien

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    Population Density 4,905/sq mi

    #1 Central Burien

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    Central Burien is a vibrant community with a bustling downtown and busy shopping district. Among the shops is a small park known as Annex Park, which offers a quiet place with an open, shaded area to walk Fido. There's a paved walkway, a basketball court, clean-up stations, sitting areas, water fountains, and benches. Right across the street is the Dottie Harper Park, which offers a completely wooded area with natural hiking trails. There are a small agility course and benches inside, with water fountains, trash bins, and a small playground. Pups must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 4,483/sq mi

    #2 Seola Beach

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    Seola Beach is a bay neighborhood to the north, right along the shoreline. The most prominent park in the area is the Salmon Creek Ravine Park. The park doubles as a nature preserve and has over 40 acres of natural wildlife in the densely wooded park, with over 3 miles of nature trails to explore in. Pups must remain on a leash 6 feet or shorter inside the park, and you will have to bring water and clean-up bags before going in. Shorewood Park is on the north side of the neighborhood, but has a few more amenities like a baseball field, two pavilions, restrooms, water fountains, benches, and open space for Fido to play in.
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    Population Density 3,724/sq mi

    #3 Sunnydale

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    Sunnydale is a pleasant little neighborhood packed with residential homes and bustling streets. Residents can enjoy multiple dog-friendly parks, like Moshier Park. The park is a recreational one, with multiple baseball and soccer fields, open space, and paved walkways. The baseball fields are fenced-in and allow pups to play in them, although they must remain on a leash at all times. Additional features include water fountains, restrooms, trash bins, benches, and nighttime lights. Mathison Park is another dog-friendly park and offers a completely wooded area with dirt trails and shaded sitting and picnic areas. Pups have to remain on a leash and you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags to this park.
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    Population Density 5,772/sq mi

    #4 Mount View

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    The neighborhood of Mount View is on the northern part of town, right on the edge of the city. The small suburban neighborhood has a gorgeous park known as Lakewood Park, which has lots of open space, dense trees, and a lake for fishing. There are over 30 acres of land that make up the park, with 2.2 miles of paved and natural walkways, a boat launch, fishing pier, a playground, and a pavilion for events. Additional features of the park include water fountains, dog-friendly enclosed tennis courts, nighttime lights, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, baseball fields, and picnic areas available for leashed pups.
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    Population Density 4,076/sq mi

    #5 West Burien

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    The neighborhood of West Burien is right on the edge of the water, filled with residential homes that overlook the bay. Dog walkers will love to bring Fido the Lake Burien School Memorial Park, thanks to its well-kept grassy terrain, lopping paved walkway, and lots of space to run around with Fido. There are also enclosed tennis courts, shaded sitting areas, water fountains, and benches available. Eagle Landing Park is right on the water, completely covered over with dense woods and natural walking trails. The shaded area is perfect for a hike with Fido and although the area does not require pups to be on a leash, you will have to remember to bring food and water.
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