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Dog Areas in Custer, WA

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Named for its first postmaster, Albert W. Custer, the town of Custer has roots dating back to the late 1800s. This small community is situated in a mountainous part of the state of Washington that also enjoys coastal weather, about 40 miles southeast of Vancouver, British Columbia. Should your furry friend need to visit a veterinarian, there are two clinics in Blaine, just nine miles away from Custer.

Pups and their people love Custer! There are tons of beautiful places nearby that offer a variety of fur-iendly outdoor recreational opportunities. Locals love visiting Custer’s Jensen Family Forest Park with their leashed dogs. This 23-acre forest park has a looped walking path that meanders through the huge conifers and idyllic grassy meadows. There’s also a picnic area at Jensen Family Forest Park.

Need overnight accommodations for you and Fido? Check out the Semiahmoo Resort Golf and Spa in Blaine! This woofderful resort has pet-friendly rooms and puptastic bay and mountain views. There is a small fee for furry overnight guests.

Hungry? Leashed pets are welcome in the outdoor seating area at Paso Del Norte Mexican restaurant in Blaine. 

Whether you’re just visiting the area or you call this part of northwest Washington home, you and your four-legged friend won’t run out of pawsome things to do in and around Custer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Custer, WA

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    Population Density 278/sq mi

    #1 Birchmont/ Salish Breeze

    If your pup can’t get enough of the beach, visit the Birchmont/ Salish Breeze neighborhood in Blaine, about six miles from Custer. There, you and your dog can explore the 194-acre Birch Bay State Park, a woofderful natural area with fur-iendly coastline access on the northeast end of the park’s shoreline. There’s a boat ramp, picnic areas, restrooms and campsites, too. The park is also pawpular for sailing, kayaking, canoeing and windsurfing. You and your leashed pup will love exploring the half-mile Terrell Marsh Trail that meanders through the park’s wetlands. The trail is a great place for birdwatching and wildlife viewing.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 162/sq mi

    #2 Peace Portal

    Get ready for some puptastic park playtime in Blaine’s Peace Portal neighborhood! About six miles from Custer, this neighborhood is home to the Grateful Dogs Off Leash Area within Skallman Park. This large, fully fenced-in off-leash park is a furrific place for playtime and socialization. There are lots of shrubs and bushes to sniff, mature trees and lush grass. There’s also drinking water and a doggie waste cleanup station. There’s a covered seating area for humans and a designated yard for smaller dogs. After your pooch is tuckered out, take a stroll through the neighborhood’s other fur-iendly parks like Blaine Marine Park. Situated on the coastline, the park is an especially scenic place for a walk on one of its paved walking paths. Leashed dogs are also welcome at the neighborhood’s Montfort Park.
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    Population Density 590/sq mi

    #3 Semiahmoo - St Andrews

    Whether you and Fido prefer beachcombing, leisurely walks or kayaking around the bay, you and your pup will have a furrific time in Blaine’s Semiahmoo - St Andrews neighborhood. About seven miles from Custer, the neighborhood’s Semiahmoo Park is a pawpular place for all kinds of outdoor fun! Leash your dog and check out the Semiahmoo Split-Coast Millennium Trail, a .8 mile loop where you’ll get pawsome views of Drayton Harbor and Mount Baker. The trail is a great place for bird and wildlife watching as you meander through forests, fields and coastline. The park has picnic tables, barbecue grills, restrooms, plus easy kayak or canoe launching from the beach.
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    Population Density 949/sq mi

    #4 Ferndale City Center

    If your pooch loves parks, Ferndale’s City Center neighborhood is the place to be! Travel just seven miles from Custer in the town of Ferndale, explore this neighborhood’s VanderYacht Park. This woofderful park has an unfenced off-leash area where your dog can run and sniff in this beautiful natural setting. There are tons of trees, a walking path, large meadows and picnic areas. VanderYacht Park is also home to wetlands, making it a pawsome place to see wildlife. There’s also a disc golf course and playground equipment. Leashed dogs are welcome at tons of other neighborhood parks, including Pioneer Park, Flair Park, Cedar Creek Park, Oxford Park and Horizon View Park.
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    Population Density 121/sq mi

    #5 Lake Terrell

    Check out one of the area’s most beautiful recreation areas in Ferndale’s Lake Terrell neighborhood. The Lake Terrell State Game Refuge has pawsome scenery including mountain views, plus wetland and forest habitats. Leash your furry friend and explore the hiking trail that meanders around the beautiful shoreline of Lake Terrell. The area is extremely pawpular for birdwatching and wildlife viewing. If you’ve got a paddling pooch, the lake is a great place for canoeing and kayaking. September through November, dogs are welcome to enjoy off-leash time during the day. There is a small fee for parking at this year-round park.
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