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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Delta, WA

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    Population Density 2,454/sq mi

    #1 Langley


    This is a great neighborhood for you and your pooch to enjoy a day in nature. It is located about 16 miles from Delta, Washington, and it is home to the Linwood Park Off Leash Dog Area. This is a large, off-leash dog park, and it has two sections for different-sized dogs. There is a lot of green grass for your pup to run around in, and there are benches for owners to sit on in this fenced-in park. There is also a nice trail for you and your canine friend to take a walk or run on. There is a drinking area for your pup if they get thirsty, and there’s also  a wash station if they get dirty. Grab your walking shoes and get ready for a day full of fun!

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    Population Density 620/sq mi

    #2 Central Bellingham


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is a great place for you and your pooch to bond. Located about 33 minutes from Delta, Washington, the Bloedel Donovan Beach can cool you and your pooch off. You will want to keep in mind that there are limited hours at this beach; they only allow dogs from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Your pup can be off their leash during this time, but there is no fencing around the beach. The beach area is sandy, and there is not much shade available. You will need to bring water for you and your pooch in case it gets hot. This is a great place for you and your dog to swim.

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    Population Density 620/sq mi

    #3 Lake Padden


    This is a great place to spend time with your pooch in nature. The Lake Padden Dog Park has a lot of trails, and there’s also access to the lake. The trails all vary in difficulty, and you will know which one is best for you and your dog; at the beginning of each trail, there’s a sign explaining the level of difficulty. There are also unleashed and leashed areas for your pup that are marked, as well. The trails are covered with gravel, and there is plenty of shade from the trees. You will want to bring water to drink and doggy waste bags for easier clean-up. At the lake, you and your pooch can both splash and swim, and there is also a nice stream along the trail. Be prepared for a fun-filled day at this park.

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    Population Density 3,877/sq mi

    #4 South Bellingham


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Post Point Dog Park, which is an off-leash dog park. There is a huge area for your pup to explore. Fencing is only around part of the park, but there are also natural barriers that will keep your pup in. There are walking paths that are made of dirt and mulch. Your pooch will love to roll around the lush, green grass areas. The trees provide plenty of shade for you and your pooch. You will need to bring along some water and waste disposal bags for clean-up. Your pup will love this park and all he can explore.

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    Population Density 620/sq mi

    #5 Western Bellingham


    If you and your pooch are looking to get in some exercise, visiting the Arroyo Park is a good option. This park is an off-leash park where you and your pup can walk the trails or hike them. There is no fencing, so dogs need to be carefully supervised. You and your pup will feel like you are not even close to the city, as the wooded area surrounds you as you walk. There are plenty of trees for shade along the trails. You will need to bring water for you and your pup. Put on your hiking boots, and come out for a paw-tastic time!

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