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Dog Areas in Burlington, WA

9 Parks
1 Trail
4 Shops
2 Eateries
3 Groomers
About halfway between Vancouver and Seattle sits Burlington, a small but active community with a rich history in agriculture and logging. Originally a logging camp in the 1880s, Burlington was officially incorporated in 1902. The town is best known for its annual Berry Dairy Days festival that celebrates Burlington’s roots as a farming community. The festival is said to have once featured the largest strawberry shortcake in the world.

Pups and their people love visiting Burlington’s many parks, especially the 51-acre Skagit River Park. There’s pawsome paths where you can walk with your leashed dog next to the beautiful Skagit River. The park has lots of open grassy areas too, plus picnic tables, soccer and baseball fields, restrooms and horseshoe pits. 

If you’re just visiting the area and you need a place to stay overnight with your dog, the Fairfield Inn and Suites Burlington has clean, comfortable and updated rooms. Pets are welcome for an additional fee.

Burlington also offers six veterinary clinics to care for your pup’s medical needs, so you can feel safe exploring with your furry bestie here!


For a tasty treat in Burlington, head to Whidbey Coffee. Enjoy a huge selection of coffees and specialty drinks, plus baked goods, sandwiches and wraps at one of their pet-friendly tables outside.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burlington, WA

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    Population Density 160/sq mi

    #1 Bay View

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    Walkers and joggers, and their pups, love Burlington’s Bay View neighborhood for its access to the State Route 20 Arboreta Trail. This paved and crushed stone path is a great way to experience Burlington with your leashed dog and get a little exercise, too. The trail runs from Regent Street to Peter-Anderson Road, and clocks in at a mile and a half. Trees line the trail, and it’s especially pretty in the fall as the leaves change color. Lions Park is another furrific spot to hang out with your leashed pup in the Bay View neighborhood. There are picnic tables with barbecue grills at this 1.6-acre park.
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    Population Density 1,034/sq mi

    #2 Nevitt Rd/ Avon Cutoff

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    You and your pup will have your pick of parks in Burlington’s Nevitt Rd/ Avon Cutoff neighborhood. Grafton Park is a furrific place for a walk with your leashed dog. The park was once an estate that has since been donated to the city and transformed into an open green space. It features a large, unique fountain made from the home’s original chimney. Grafton Park has picnic tables and benches, too. Also in the neighborhood, you and your leashed dog will enjoy exploring all the open grassy areas at the Jason Boerner Memorial Park. If you’re in the mood for a nice shady picnic, head to Alpha Park. There are picnic tables, benches and mature trees. Alpha Park is located within walking distance of lots of shops and restaurants.
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    Population Density 2,947/sq mi

    #3 Burlington City Center

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    There’s fun for the whole family in Burlington’s City Center neighborhood. The neighborhood’s Maiben City Park has tennis and basketball courts, a playground, a kids water park and picnic areas. Your leashed dog will love exploring the huge open grassy area and mature trees at the park. Rotary Park is another pawpular spot for family fun. There’s a huge baseball complex, horseshoe pits, a playground, a volleyball court, a skate park and picnic shelter. Rotary Park has lots of lawn where you can enjoy a walk with your leashed dog. For a little history lesson, stroll with your pup downtown to Railroad Park and see a replica of Burlington’s train station dating back to the 1900s.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,002/sq mi

    #4 Route 9/ Cove Rd

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    About four miles from Burlington, in Sedro-Woolley’s Route 9/ Cove Rd neighborhood, you and Fido will find lots of puptacular things to do! Start out by visiting the neighborhood’s Bark Park across the street from Riverfront Park. At the Bark Park, your pup will get a chance to romp and explore off leash in this fenced-in grassy area. The park has benches and a drinking fountain. When your pup has had enough exercise in the off-leash area, check out the adjacent Riverfront Park. Situated on the Skagit River, this park has pawsome views you can enjoy during a picnic or a walk on one of the park’s paths with your leashed dog. There are also barbecue grills, benches, covered tables, a playground and restrooms. Be sure to bring your own cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 4,808/sq mi

    #5 Bakerview Park

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    Looking for an off-leash area for your pooch? Head to the Bakerview Park neighborhood in Mount Vernon, about six miles from Burlington. The neighborhood’s namesake park has 39-acres of fun, including the Bakerview Dog Park! This fenced-in off-leash park has an area designated for smaller dogs, a dog water fountain and a waste cleanup station. The water fountain is only available in warmer months, so plan your pup’s thirst needs accordingly. If you’re interested in getting a little exercise too, outside the dog area in Bakerview Park, you’ll find walking paths and expansive fields where you can walk or jog with your leashed dog.
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