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Dog Areas in Federal Way

5 Parks
1 Trail
3 Shops
7 Eateries
1 Groomer

The coastal city of Federal Way is located in King County, Washington. This modestly sized puptown is a furiendly place for dog lovers, and is popular with people who love to explore the outdoors. In case of emergency, there are three veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Federal Way, as well as more in the surrounding areas.

A pawsome highlight in Federal Way for your four legged companions is the French Lake Dog Park! This is a pawsome place to bring your pup for some off-leash fun, and offers a huge 10 acre green space with trees and a pond. This park is all fenced in, which means you won’t have to worry about your pooch; he can run and play with a ball  or pup friends safely! There is also a picnic area with benches so you can bring some treats and reward your good boy or girl.

When you are in town, be sure to not miss out on the puptastic Dash Point State Park. There is no better place to enjoy the beauty of nature. Here, your pup can explore a beach and 11 miles of sniff-tastic hiking trails through the forest. You can exercise your pup all day long, as well as lookout for birds and other wildlife. All dogs are welcome here, as long as they remain on leash.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Federal Way

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    Population Density 2,351/sq mi

    #1 Federal Way Downtown


    If you need a place to stay when you are visiting Federal Way, you will find a bunch of dog friendly hotels downtown. This includes the pawsome Clarion Hotel, which welcomes two pups weighing up to 30 Ibs for a small additional fee. You can also enjoy a comfortable stay at the Extended Stay America Seattle and Comfort Inn, where you can bring your furry friend weighing up to 80 Ibs. If you fancy a bite to eat downtown, Café Rio Mexican Grill serves up delicious tacos, while Ivar’s Seafood Bar has some tasty fish dishes. What’s more, both of these restaurants welcome pooches at their outdoor tables!

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    Population Density 4,845/sq mi

    #2 Steel Lake


    For a puptastic day out for all the family to enjoy, be sure to head to Steel Lake Park when you are in Federal Way. With 52 acres, this park has a swimming beach for the kids to enjoy, as well as a playground and horseshoe pits. For your furry companion, there is lots of open grass to roll and roam, as well as a pathway where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll. All pups can be top dog here, as long as they remain on their leash. Be aware that pooches are not allowed on the lake beach or in the water area.

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    Population Density 1,111/sq mi

    #3 Kitts Corner


    There is nothing like a farmer’s market to pick up some delicious and fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as unique arts and crafts. In Kitts Corner, you can visit Federal Way Farmers Market with your pup! This is open every Saturday for some shopping and there is live music for a happy atmosphere. What’s more, all dogs are welcome here, as long as they remain on a short leash. If you are looking for dog friendly accommodation, you will find it at the Best Western Plus Evergreen Inn & Suites. Here you can bring two pups for a small additional fee. Your pup is sure to feel right at home!

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    Population Density 6,858/sq mi

    #4 First Avenue and 330th St


    When you are in Federal Way, Celebration Park is a must-visit for dog lovers! This pawsome place has fun for you and your pup, with concession stands for grabbing a treat, as well as sniff-tastic trails to explore. The park connects to the BPA trail for some extended exercise as it can get a little hilly. Following this trail will take you into the downtown area of Federal Way. Since this trail can be used by bikes and runners, it is best to keep your furry friend on his leash so everyone can have a fun and safe day out! 

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    Population Density 4,194/sq mi

    #5 Browns Point


    Every dog loves a trip to the park, so what better way to reward your pooch than a day at Browns Point Lighthouse Park? This four acre park enjoys a beautiful spot on the coast, with plenty of grass, beach access and stunning views. Your pup is welcome to explore here, as long as he stays on leash. The open areas are pawsome for playing with a ball, as well as chilling out on the grass. There are waste bags available for your dog, in case you furgot your own. Don’t forget to check out the historic lighthouse while you are there! 

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