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Dog Areas in Everson

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2 Shops
2 Groomers
Just 30 minutes south of the Canadian border, the quiet town of Everson sits surrounded by fertile farmland and snowy mountains. With Bellingham, Washington, and Vancouver in Canada just a short drive away, Everson residents enjoy a small community lifestyle with big city amenities right around the corner.

Everson is a great place for pets and their people, too! Leash your dog and visit Everson’s quaint and beautiful parks. Everson Park in the downtown area is a furrific place for a picnic with your pup. Check out the cute little gazebo, take a walk on the paved pathway, and enjoy the big open grassy field. The park also has a playground and picnic tables.

The town’s Riverside Park sits on the banks of the Nooksack River, providing a scenic background for some exercise. There are also athletic fields, a picnic area with barbecue grills, restrooms and a huge open grassy area. Riverside Park has a lovely nature trail that meanders next to the river, and your dog will love all there is to see and sniff. You’ll also get a pawsome view of Sumas Mountain.

If your four-legged friend needs medical attention or an annual exam and vaccinations, there is a veterinary clinic located less than a mile outside of Everson in the town of Nooksack.

So pack up and head out to Everson today- pawrific adventure awaits!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Everson

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    Population Density 3,050/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Lynden

    Hop in the car and head to the Downtown neighborhood of Lynden, just six miles from Everson. Leash your pup and prepare to be entrenched in possibly the most charming downtown area you may ever see. The town's Dutch Village Mall is a collection of specialty shops developed around a huge rotating windmill! A canal also runs through the center of the area to make it even more picturesque. There are some puptastic pet-friendly restaurants in Downtown, too. JoFish Seafood and Grill, and the Drizzle Olive Oil and Vinegar Tasting Room have outdoor seating areas where they love to host diners and leashed dogs.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 618/sq mi

    #2 Heartland Drive

    Have a hankering for some off-leash time? Head to Lynden’s Heartland Drive neighborhood, just six miles from Everson. Your pup will go bananas for the Bender Fields Dog Park. This one-acre fenced-in area is perfect for a game of fetch and some quality social time. Outside of the off-leash area, leashed dogs are welcome on the Jim Kaemingk Sr. City Trail that winds through the Bender Fields complex that’s made up of athletic fields, a bocce ball court and a playground. There’s also a picnic area and restrooms. The Heartland Drive neighborhood is also home to Lynden City Park, a furiffic natural spot to explore with your leashed pooch.
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    Population Density 7,136/sq mi

    #3 W Washington U/ High Street

    There will be tons of tail wagging in the W Washington U/ High Street neighborhood in Bellingham, some 20 miles down the road from Everson. This neighborhood’s Sehome Hill Arboretum is a puptacular place for a hike with Fido. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, and can even run unleashed on secondary trails, the paths that aren’t paved. The Douglas Fir Trail is short and you will love meandering through the forest. The arboretum’s trails are flanked by lush green vegetation, flowers in warmer months, and beautiful colors in the fall. You’ll want to pack cleanup bags and drinking water for your adventure.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 918/sq mi

    #4 Happy Valley

    You’ll have a happy dog in the Happy Valley neighborhood of Bellingham, about 20 miles from Everson. This neighborhood’s Lake Padden Dog Park has a large fenced-in area with grass, shrubs and trees where your pup can run free. There is a designated area for smaller dogs, and the park also has handy dog waste cleanup stations, human restrooms, and a covered area with a picnic table. Outside of the fenced-in zone, Lake Padden Park has off-leash trails east of the Padden Creek Crossing that you and your pooch will love exploring. If your dog is a swimmer, there is a canine water exercise area on the east end of the lake, just outside of the dog park. If you plan to hit the trails, pack your own cleanup baggies.
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    Population Density 3,030/sq mi

    #5 Chukanut Village/ Edgemore

    For some major exercise, visit the Chukanut Village/ Edgemore neighborhood in Bellingham. Just 20 miles from Everson, this neighborhood is home to the Post Point Dog Park, a pawpular spot for off-leash fun in Bellingham. The park is located adjacent to the Post Point Water Treatment Area, and includes huge open fields and trails. The area isn’t fenced, so be sure to have voice control over your dog if you let him off-leash. Keep the area free of waste, and bring your own cleanup bags. You’ll want to pack drinking water, too. After some exercise, check out the cluster of pet-friendly restaurants in this neighborhood! When the weather’s nice, enjoy the furiffic outdoor seating areas at Fairhaven Fish and Chips, Magdalena’s Creperie and Colophon Café.
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