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Dog Areas in Concrete

7 Parks
1 Trail
4 Eateries
Formerly named “Cement City,” Concrete's name has changed, but its rich history and old-time charm remain. About 35 miles east of Mount Vernon, residents of this small town enjoy tons of outdoor recreation like fishing, rafting, camping and hiking in some of the area’s pawsome state parks.

For dogs, Concrete is a woofderful place! The area’s Rasar State Park is a pawsome natural area with puptastic mountain and river views. This 169-acre park has tons of room for camping, picnics and hiking with your leashed dog. Soak up the scenery as you and Fido hike the River Trail that meanders next to the clear waters of the Skagit River. There’s a small fee for parking and camping at this year-round park.

Cape Horn Community Park is another furrific area to hang out with your leashed dog! There are stellar mountain and river views, making this a pawpular place to walk.

If your pooch needs to see a vet, there are two animal clinics just 23 miles away in Sedro-Woolley to make sure your dog stays healthy.

Looking for some fur-iendly dining options? Concrete has some great choices! Check out Birdsview Brewery or 5b’s Bakery for some tasty treats. Both of these Concrete restaurants have pawsome outdoor seating areas that welcome pups.

Visiting and local pups agree – there’s always furrific fun to be had in Concrete!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Concrete

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 480/sq mi

    #1 Concrete

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    Head to Concrete’s namesake neighborhood and experience what this small town is all about! Leash your dog and visit Silo Park where you’ll see the original silos from the town’s 1908 cement plant. Take a walk or enjoy a romp in this park’s large open grassy areas, too. There’s also a playground and restrooms. For a longer hike, take a stroll down the 22.5-mile Cascade Trail. This Rail-Trail runs through a diverse landscape of trees and vegetation. A great place to start the trail is at the Cascade Trailhead at Concrete at the east end of Railroad Ave. Lions Community Park and Drake Park are other pawesome Concrete parks that welcome leashed dogs.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 53/sq mi

    #2 Rockport

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    Get a true taste of the Pacific Northwest in Rockport’s namesake neighborhood, about eight miles from Concrete. This area is home of Rockport State Park, a puptacular forested area with an abundance of ancient trees and mossy understory full of ferns and other lush native plants. The park is so green and vibrant, it almost feels like a fairy land! You and your leashed pup will have a blast hiking on the park’s five miles of trails. The West Loop Interpretive Trail is a furrific mile-long trail that provides fun educational signs as you wander through the old growth forest. The 3-mile Evergreen Trail is another pawsome trail where you and your dog can enjoy an adventure. The park is open year-round and there’s a small fee for parking.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,002/sq mi

    #3 Route 9/ Cove Rd

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    Is your dog hankering for some socialization and off-leash fun? Visit the Route 9/ Cove Rd neighborhood in Sedro-Woolley, about 23 miles from Concrete! This neighborhood is home to a pawsome dog-friendly area, the Bark Park! This spacious fully fenced-in dog park has tons of room for a game of fetch or a romp with a new furry friend! The Bark Park has shady spots, drinking water and benches. Adjacent to the Bark Park, you and your leashed pooch will love exploring Riverfront Park. This scenic open space has a walking path with furrific views of the Skagit River, plus picnic tables, barbecues, restrooms and a playground.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,054/sq mi

    #4 Sedro-Woolley City Center

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    You and your four-legged friend will love all there is to see and sniff in Sedro-Woolley’s City Center neighborhood! About 23 miles from Concrete, this neighborhood has tons of parks where leashed dogs are welcome. Check out Memorial Park with your pup – there’s tons of open grassy space, plus a playground, restrooms and a covered picnic area. Lions Park and Bingham Park are other furrific neighborhood parks you and your dog will enjoy visiting. For a nice long walk with Fido, hop on the 22.5-mile Cascade Trail at the Polte Rd and Coffman Ln trailhead. There’s tons of shady trees along the trail, plus pawesome scenery as the path meanders through a variety of lush wildlife habitats.
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    Population Density 2,947/sq mi

    #5 Burlington City Center

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    Parks, parks and more parks is what you’ll find in Burlington’s City Center neighborhood, about 28 miles from Concrete! You and your leashed dog will love spending quality time at the pawpular Maiben City Park, with its large open grassy lawns and big shady trees. Skagit River Park is another pawsome place to hang out with your pooch in this neighborhood. At 51 acres, this park has lots of room to play and walk with your leashed pup. There’s tons of spacious grassy area, plus a playground, horseshoe pits, athletic fields and restrooms. Railroad Park and Rotary Park are other puptastic neighborhood parks where leashed dogs are welcome.
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