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Dog Areas in Clyde Hill

Clyde Hill, Washington is a small city with convenient access to massive cities like Bellevue and Seattle. Being right near lakes and mountains, Clyde Hill is known for the breathtaking views you can find within its borders. Although you won’t find any vet clinics in town, a quick drive to Medina or Bellevue will give you loads of options for pet care.

Medina is a 5-minute drive from Clyde Hill and is where you can find Medina Park, a public area with views of Mt. Rainier and an included off-leash dog park. Let your pup run in this spacious area, which even has access to a swimming pond for water-loving dogs. Bellevue is just a couple of miles southeast of Medina and offers various restaurant options for dogs and their owners, like 520 Bar & Grill, which is a great place for a night out with friends and their furry paws with its outdoor garden seating for dogs.

Downtown Seattle is a quick drive under nine miles from Clyde Hill, where you’ll find Seattle’s gorgeous waterfront area, restaurants, shops, and more. You and your pup can enjoy two dog parks in the area – Plymouth Pillars Dog Park and Regrade Dog Park – for off-leash fun right in the heart of the city. There’s plenty of furtastic entertainment right near Clyde Hill!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clyde Hill

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    Population Density 5,117/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Bellevue

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    You can drive to the Downtown Bellevue area from Clyde Hill in about six minutes to enjoy dog-friendly restaurants, training centers, hotels, and more with your pooch. The Bellevue Downtown Park is a gem in the city, and your leashed pup is welcome to join you for a picnic lunch, a walk, or to enjoy one of several events that happen throughout the year. Downtown Bellevue has tons of great restaurant options, like Garlic Crush, which serves up authentic Greek dishes and has an outdoor patio for you and your pooch. Or, try Café Pogacha for a yummy breakfast or lunch.

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    Population Density 4,766/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Bellevue

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    Just about a mile from Clyde Hill is the Northwest Bellevue neighborhood of Bellevue, Washington. Located near the city’s downtown area, there is plenty of fun for you and your pup to have here! Several restaurants allow dogs to join their owners, like Jujubeet, a cozy café and juice bar that also has healthy sandwiches and other food options and outdoor seating for you and your pup. There’s also an incredible pawportunity for fun by joining your dog on a friendly game of MetroDemic, which takes you around Bellevue with an innovative and interactive game you can play on your cell phone.

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    Population Density 4,323/sq mi

    #3 Crossroads

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    About six miles from Clyde Hill is the Crossroads neighborhood of Bellevue, which is directly east of the Downtown area. If you’re in the mood to shop, leashed dogs can head to Crossroads Bellevue, a huge mall that welcomes furry paws! Crossroads is also the home to a few dog-friendly dining spots that can satisfy all taste buds. Try Ivar’s Seafood Bar for fresh seafood dishes in a cozy, locally-owned atmosphere. The beautiful outdoor patio is located right by Lake Sammamish for an unforgettable view! The French Bakery is also here, offering you and your pup some sweet treats that you can enjoy at one of four outdoor, paw-friendly tables.

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    Population Density 1,991/sq mi

    #4 Madison Park

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    The Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle is right across Lake Washington, and just over six miles from Clyde Hill. If you and your dog are lovers of the great outdoors, then this incredible neighborhood is pawfect for you! Check out the neighborhood’s namesake, Madison Park, which has its own swimming beach that allows dogs during off-peak hours. Leashed pups are also welcome to explore the rest of the park, which has spacious grassy areas for playing and relaxing. You and Spot can also walk through the grounds of the Washington Park Arboretum with 230 acres of gorgeous grounds, walking trails, and photo-worthy spots!

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    Population Density 6,290/sq mi

    #5 Eastlake

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    Eastlake is one of the Seattle neighborhoods that borders Lake Union. It’s about 5.6 miles from Clyde Hill and just a seven-minute drive from Downtown. Eastlake has a unique fenced dog park at the I-5 Colonnade that sits underneath an interstate overpass, which makes it a great place for pups to play even on rainy days! The park itself is small, but still has ample room for dogs to run; plus, you can take your dog along the hiking and biking path for extra exercise.  The neighborhood is also the home of Seattle’s famed Grand Central Baking Company, where you can grab some treats to tame your sweet tooth, enjoying them at an outdoor patio table with your pup.

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