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Dog Areas in Dupont, WA

12 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
Take a 15 minute drive east from Olympia, and you and Fido will find yourselves in the quaint town of DuPont. Indigenous peoples and fur traders first inhabited the verdant region because of its proximity to Puget Sound, its tributaries and surrounding grasslands which provided abundant resources. The settlement area experienced a large boom in 1906 with the institution of a large manufacturing facility, and the town of DuPont was born.

Today, DuPont is a furrific destination for dogs! Local and visiting pups and their humans love hiking on the Sequalitchew Creek Trail. This three-mile roundtrip trail can be accessed in the middle of DuPont and will take you and your leashed pup from city to forest in one jaunt! Start at the trailhead that begins in the City Hall parking lot and have fun exploring the trail as it winds through a wooded canyon that is shaded over by lush vegetation. 

For off-leash fun, check out the DuPont Off-Leash Dog Park within DuPont PowderWorks Park! Your pooch will love burning off some energy running through the woods and meadow at this fully fenced-in park. There’s also a separate small dog area and drinking water available.

Hungry? Check out Farrelli’s Pizza – dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio!

With all the furrific outdoor fun in DuPont, pups give this town two paws up!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dupont, WA

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    Population Density 1,263/sq mi

    #1 DuPont

    Explore DuPont’s puptastic parks with your leashed dog in the city’s namesake neighborhood! Iafrati Park is a pawsome place to spend some quality time with Fido. There’s huge open grassy areas, plus a beautiful walking path and tons of mature trees. In this neighborhood, there are several other parks that have furrific walking paths where you and your leashed dog can get some exercise, including Garry Oaks Park, Edmond Village Park, Chief Leschi Park and Clocktower Park. These woofderful outdoor spaces also have grassy lawns and picnic areas where you and your pooch can relax. This neighborhood is also the home of the DuPont Off-Leash Dog Park within DuPont PowderWorks Park!
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    Population Density 712/sq mi

    #2 Beachcrest

    Just 10 miles from DuPont, your pup’s tail will be wagging in Lacey’s Beachcrest neighborhood! The neighborhood’s Hawks Prairie Dog Park is a puptacular place for your dog to socialize and let off some steam. If you’re in the mood for a workout, you’ll love the park too, with its mulched walking path where you can get some exercise! The park also has picnic tables if you’d rather relax while your dog plays. This fully fenced-in park also has a special sandy and gravel area for dogs who love to dig, plus agility equipment. Cleanup bags are provided and drinking water for your dog is available. After your pup’s had enough fun in the park, check out the nearby William Ives Trail that starts at Meridian Neighborhood Park. You and your leashed dog will love seeing and sniffing the natural sights along this 1.5-mile trail.
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    Population Density 1,755/sq mi

    #3 Lacey City Center/ Saint Martin's U

    Get back to nature with your dog by visiting the Lacey City Center/ Saint Martin's U neighborhood, about 10 miles from DuPont. This neighborhood’s Lake Lois Habitat Reserve is a furrific spot to find respite with your leashed dog. The quiet natural habitat has pristine views of Lake Lois, fishing access and a quarter-mile nature trail with interpretive signs and benches. You and your dog will love the sights and sounds of the trickling Woodland Creek that feeds into the lake. Wildlife and waterfowl are extremely common in this unspoiled natural habitat, so keep your eyes peeled during your woofderful adventure!
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    Population Density 4,072/sq mi

    #4 College St SE/ 45th Ave SE

    Ready, set, hike! That’s what pups and their people love to do on the Chehalis Western Trail in Lacey’s College St SE/ 45th Ave SE neighborhood, about 10 miles from DuPont! The 21-mile trail runs north-south through the region from Olympia to Rainer, with a section intersecting with this neighborhood’s woofderful Avonlea Park. Paved and heavily shaded with trees and lush vegetation, the path is pawpular among cyclists, inline skaters, equestrians, and of course, dog walkers.  Avonlea Park is a great starting point since it has ample parking. There’s also a picnic area with barbecue grills, a playground and basketball courts. Leashed dogs are also welcome in the neighborhood’s Rainier Vista Community Park.
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    Population Density 2,241/sq mi

    #5 Union Mill

    Families are in for a pawsome time in Lacey’s Union Mill neighborhood! Just 10 miles southwest of DuPont, this area is home to the 72-acre Woodland Creek Community Park. The park has so many woofderful amenities including nature trails where you and your leashed dog can enjoy a stroll around Longs Pond. You and Fido can get a bird’s eye view of the water on the pawsome fishing dock, too. Woodland Creek Community Park also has picnic shelters complete with barbecue grills, a playground, restrooms and even a nine-hole disc golf course! The park is also an access point to the 2.2-mile Lacey Woodland Trail.
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