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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clipper

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    Population Density 1,034/sq mi

    #1 Sudden Valley

    Clipper is a small, quaint town full of dog lovers near the Pacific Ocean and the Canadian border. Only a few miles from it is the census-designated place of Sudden Valley, which is home to several activities that your fur buddies will go mutts over! The Sudden Valley Dog Park, located on Lake Whatcom, is a great place to play fetch and roam free. The owners that frequent these parks are responsible and safety oriented. They provide water for both humans and dogs; it is also a great place for a weekend BBQ, as long as Rover gets the steak!
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    Population Density 3,251/sq mi

    #2 Central Bellingham

    Euclid Park is a super furrtastic park for the whole family. It is also located on Lake Whatcom, and is surrounded by woods, so you both have plenty to sniff throughout the day. There are small trails that end at the lake, where you and your dog can swim, barbecue, and enjoy the great outdoors. Lake Whatcom has plenty of marinas and places to rent boats as well. If you have a water dog, they will be in dog heaven at Lake Whatcom, and they may even catch you a fish or two!
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    Population Density 387/sq mi

    #3 Lake Padden

    There is no shortage of lakes in Washington. There also is no shortage of dog parks on these lakes, which is furrtastic for you and your fur babies! The Lake Padden Dog Park, as you might’ve guessed, is on Lake Padden, a smaller lake that is overshadowed by the glorious nature that Washington provides. There are hiking trails, woods, and trees to sniff and mark, and a very large social area so dogs can make some friends. Taking a hike around the lake is a wonderful experience, as you can enjoy the waterfalls and the huge trees that are indigenous to Washington.
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    Population Density 3,877/sq mi

    #4 Fairhaven

    Does your dog love the beach? What dog doesn’t? Located in Bellingham's Fairhaven neighborhood, Marine Park has a large pebbly beach that is very dog-friendly. If your little fur ball doesn’t like to swim, that’s okay, because you both can enjoy the beautiful nature of Washington. There are picnic tables, pavilions, and other amenities that are perfect for barbecues, birthday parties, or just a fun day at the park. There are not any rules that dogs must be on leashes, so letting them play in the ocean is certainly okay. The pebbly beach is perfect for launching kayaks and small boats your animal friend will love to take a ride on!
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    Population Density 620/sq mi

    #5 South Bellingham

    Arroyo Park is between Lake Padden and the Pacific Ocean, which is perfect for hopping to different parks for the day. You can enjoy an amazing hike on the trails here, which are great for kids and dogs. Your pal will surely wag his tail when he sees the amazing views from the infamous Chuckanut trails that this park gives access to. There’s also more than enough room for you to throw frisbees, balls, and other toys your furry friend loves to chase!
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