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Dog Areas in Cathcart

Take a drive north of Seattle and you’ll find yourself in the rural town of Cathcart. Locals and visitors enjoy Cathcart’s quiet vibes and close proximity to the Snohomish River for recreation. There are a few retail stores in Cathcart, along with schools and residential areas. Though small, the town is quite beautiful with lots of vegetation, mature trees and natural areas. Cathcart offers a laid-back lifestyle with big city amenities nearby. In the event that your pet needs medical attention or just a yearly check-up, nearby Snohomish has 10 veterinary clinics to care for your furry friend.

There’s off-leash fun just outside of this small town! Visit Snohomish, about five miles from town, and check out the Willis Tucker Dog Park! This park is huge, with over 10 acres of fenced-in area where your pup can run free and play. There are three separate fenced-in dog areas that include a forested trail, a large meadow and a special area for small or shy dogs. The park has drinking water for your pooch, too.

If you’re looking for a fur-iendly spot to grab a bite to eat, check out Cuinos in Snohomish, about five miles from Cathcart. Enjoy some of Cuions’ famous fries with your pup at one of their outdoor tables. 

Should you and Fido need a place to stay the night, Extended Stay America Seattle - Bothell West in nearby Bothell loves to host guests and their four-legged friends in their updated rooms. The hotel is just 10 miles from Cathcart and has a small fee for furry overnight guests.

Pups and their people agree, there’s lots of fun and fur-iendly things to do in the Cathcart area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cathcart

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    Population Density 89/sq mi

    #1 Bromart/ South Snohomish

    For people and dogs that love to hike, the Bromart/ South Snohomish neighborhood is the place to be! About 10 miles from Cathcart in Snohomish, this neighborhood’s Lord Hill Regional Park has a whopping 1,463 acres of pristine natural area for you and your leashed pup to explore. The Lord Hill Regional Park has more than six miles of trails. Some will take you through the lowland forests and wetlands, while others like the Pipeline Trail provide sweeping, elevated views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains. The trails are horse-friendly, too! There are restrooms and picnic areas. You’ll want to pack water and cleanup bags for your adventure with Fido.
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    Population Density 3,941/sq mi

    #2 Snohomish City Center

    There’s lots of fur-iendly and fun things to do in Snohomish’s City Center neighborhood, about five miles from Cathcart. From pawsome restaurants to puptacular parks, you and Fido will have a blast exploring the area. Pilchuck Park has a walking trail where you and your leashed dog can get some exercise. The park also has a ton of other amenities like a playground, fishing access, pickle ball courts, athletic fields, restrooms, picnic areas and more. On the banks of the Snohomish River, you and your dog will have woofderful fun adventuring in Cady Park. This beautiful park has walking and biking trails, a boat launch for kayaking or canoeing, and picnic areas. You and your leashed pup can also explore the Snohomish River Trail that meanders through the historic downtown area. After you’ve worked up an appetite, check out some of the neighborhood’s pet-friendly eateries like The Hungry Pelican and Todo Mexico.
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    Population Density 3,650/sq mi

    #3 35th Ave SE/ Seattle Hill Rd

    Looking for some quality off-leash time with Fido? Check out Mill Creek’s 25th Ave SE/ Seattle Hill Rd neighborhood, about eight miles from Cathcart. This neighborhood’s Tambark Creek Dog Park has almost three acres of fenced-in space where your pup can romp, run and have lots of fun! Your pooch will have a blast weaving through the trees and bushes. You’ll find cleanup bags near the off-leash area entrance. If you’re in the mood for some exercise too, leash Fido and hit the trails that crisscross the rest of the 40 acres at Tambark Creek Park, outside the dog park. Buffalo Park is another puptastic park in this neighborhood. Perfect for a picnic, this park has covered picnic areas with grills, a big grassy lawn and restrooms. Buffalo Park even has a bocce ball court and a playground! You’ll want to pack cleanup baggies for your visit.
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    Population Density 5,737/sq mi

    #4 35th Ave SE/ 159th Pl SE

    About eight miles from Cathcart, you and your dog will find beautiful parks with lots of things to see and sniff in Mill Creek. Pine Meadow Park is a pawpular place to spend lots of time for pets and their people. The park’s big grassy lawn is a furrific place for walking, playing or relaxing. There are also picnic tables with grills, a playground, a basketball court and restrooms. Check out the neighborhood’s Highlands Park for another pretty spot to hang out with Fido! This beautiful park also has a large grass play area, plus picnic tables, tennis and basketball courts, a playground and restrooms. Remember to bring cleanup bags to help keep the parks pristine!
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    Population Density 3,830/sq mi

    #5 Mill Creek City Center

    See some of Mill Creek’s beautiful residential neighborhoods and parks in the City Center neighborhood. You and Fido will have a pleasant stroll in this quiet area with lovely homes as you head towards Cougar Park. Locals love Cougar Park for its kid and pet-friendly amenities. For leashed dogs, the park is a pawsome place for a walk on the nature trails. Kids love Cougar Park for its huge climbing rock and playground. Heron Park is another puptastic park nearby. You and Fido will love frolicking in the big open grassy space and getting some exercise on the park’s network of walking paths. Nickle Creek Park is another scenic park with walking paths in this neighborhood. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout these parks, as long as you clean up after them.
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