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Dog Areas in Coupeville

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Coupeville, Washington is a small town located on Whidbey Island and is also one of Washington’s oldest towns. This quaint community is home to some truly furrific natural spaces, making it the perfect destination for a day trip, or a wonderful place for an adventurer and their dog to call home! Coupeville also receives less rain than other parts of Washington, which means you and your four-footed friend can enjoy more fun in the sun here than almost anywhere else in the state!

Although it’s a small town, Coupeville is home to many of the same dog-friendly amenities that a bigger city might have, including restaurants, hotels, and a dog park. If you need more adventure, you’ll find it on the outskirts of town. Feel free to explore the two state parks nearby, or head down to Ebey’s Landing National Historic Preserve, a federally protected space which preserves farmland cultivated by settlers almost 200 years ago. Both state parks are considered part of the preserve.

Whether you’re looking to hike, rest, or chow down with your hound, you’ll find plenty of op-paw-tunities to do so in and around Coupeville!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coupeville

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    Population Density 337/sq mi

    #1 Central Coupeville

    The center of this quaint town is where you’ll find most of its amenities, especially dog-friendly lodging and restaurants. Hesselgrave House is a pet-friendly AirBnB rental which is a charming seaside cottage where you and your pooch will feel right at home! This historic house was built by Captain Kinney in 1890. Once you’re all settled into this historic abode, head on into town for a bite! You and Fido can share a plate at Knead & Feed Restaurant, Christopher’s on Whidbey, Bayleaf Wine Bar, or Ciaos. Bring a leash and water bowl to all establishments.
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    Population Density 386/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Coupeville

    Coupeville’s only dog park, Patmore Pit Dog Park, is located in the southeastern region of town. This is the largest off-leash park you’ll find on Whidbey Island, so be sure to stop by for a fun time! This 15-acre dog park has everything you and your dog might expect from a great park, including water, waste bags, agility equipment, and even toys! Locals have fallen head over paws for this park, so if Fido needs to make some new fur-iends, head on down! If you’re just looking for a quick walk, bring a leash along and hit the walking trails surrounding the park.
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    #3 Fort Casey Historical State Park

    While you’re here, you simply must visit Fort Casey Historical State Park. Part of the Ebeys Landing National Historic Preserve, this furrific state park has everything you and Fido need to enjoy the perfect day out! Leashed pups are welcome to explore almost 1,000 acres of breathtaking natural beauty and a long stretch of gorgeous shoreline. The acreage is home to Fort Casey, a lighthouse, historic artillery attractions, and so much more. Keep in mind that U.S. Navy jets often fly over this state park, since Whidbey’s naval air station is located nearby. This may not be the best place for timid dogs or those frightened by loud noises to play.
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    #4 Fort Ebey State Park

    If Fort Casey is too large or too loud for your pup, head on over to Fort Ebey State Park in western Coupeville. This park is significantly smaller than Fort Casey, just shy of 650 acres. This park is a great place to camp or hike, with over 25 miles of walking trails to explore. Enjoy a calm walk by the sea on the shoreline. Dogs must be on a leash no longer than eight feet and cleaned up after to enjoy this state park. Pets are allowed at the trails, beach, and campgrounds, but not inside any of the buildings or historic sites.
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    Population Density 386/sq mi

    #5 Oak Harbor

    After working up a sweat at one of the nearby state parks, why not head just north of Coupeville to enjoy a bite to eat? Oak Harbor is home to several dog-friendly restaurants that are sure to please your picky pup! Seabolts Smokehouse is an excellent choice if you’re craving fresh seafood or pub fare. Looking for something a little fancier? Frasers Gourmet has got you covered! If you just want to grab a cup of joe for the road, head to Whidbey Coffee. Leashes and good behaviour are required at all establishments.
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