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Dog Areas in Granite Falls

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Rural charm is what you’ll find in Granite Falls. Just 17 miles northeast of Everett, Granite Falls has a quiet, country feel that is complemented by friendly locals. The area is extremely pawpular for recreation because of its close proximity to the Cascade Mountains. Hiking, camping, fishing and backpacking are just a few of the common recreational activities found in and around Granite Falls.

Check out Frank Mason Park with your leashed pup. Situated on the southwest shore of Lake Gardner, Frank Mason Park has a beautiful view of the lake, lush vegetation, mature trees, and big open grassy fields. It’s a stunning place for a walk with Fido. There are picnic tables, benches and restrooms, plus a dock where you can swim from or try your luck at fishing.

For off-leash fun, visit Granite Falls’ Eagle Dog Park. This fenced-in area is a mix of grass and mulch with designated areas for large and small dogs. There are trails, an agility tunnel, benches, drinking water and lots of shady trees.

Whether your four-legged friend needs urgent medical attention or just a yearly check-up, Granite Falls has two veterinary clinics to take care of your pup.

Visiting and local pooches agree – there’s lots of furry fun to be had in Granite Falls!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Granite Falls

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Granite

    Get ready for tons of tail wagging in Downtown Granite! Start with a walk with your leashed dog through town and see the sights, like the historic buildings that now house shops, restaurants and businesses. Then, make your way to the Jim Holm Park. Stick to the path or meander through the park’s large grassy area. There are picnic tables, benches and a playground, plus a basketball court and skate park. This beautiful park in the heart of town is understandably a pawpular spot to hang out! The Downtown Granite neighborhood is also where the city’s fenced-in off-leash park, Eagle Dog Park, is located.
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    Population Density 62/sq mi

    #2 Menzel Lake Road and Area

    Hikers and their pups love Granite Falls’ Menzel Lake Road and Area neighborhood for its Lime Kiln Trail. At seven miles roundtrip, the Lime Kiln Trail is a pawsome hike with your leashed dog. What makes this trail unique are the artifacts of trains and buildings from more than 80 years ago that can still be found along the path. The forested expanse used to be a thriving lime production area, however all that’s left are remanence of bridges, structures and an old lime kiln, hence the trail’s name. The trail is heavy with moss, vegetation and a thick canopy of trees, so conditions are usually cooler and damp on the hike.
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    Population Density 223/sq mi

    #3 Greater Lake Bosworth

    Looking for a place to paddle with your furry friend? Check out the Greater Lake Bosworth neighborhood! This neighborhood is home to the 103-acre Lake Bosworth, a pawsome spot for non-motorized boating like kayaking and canoeing. Lake Bosworth’s waters are gentle enough for stand-up paddle boarding, too. Once you’re afloat in the lake, you and Fido will have some amazing views of the Cascade Mountains, and the mature trees and vegetation that line the shore. Lake Bosworth is a popular lake for trout and bass fishing in warmer months. The northeast corner of the lake has a public boat launch where you and your pup can start your water adventure. The boat launch area has a restroom.
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    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #4 Riverwalk and Jordan Rd

    Granite Falls’ Riverwalk and Jordan Rd neighborhood has a unique spot to explore with your leashed pup – a fish ladder! Enjoy the drive one mile out of town on the stunning Mountain Loop Highway and get ready to be wowed by the flow of these powerful falls. There is a walkway that gives you and Fido an excellent view of this feat of engineering. You and your pup won’t be able to believe your eyes as you learn about the 580-foot fish ladder and the salmon that, amazingly enough, make it to the river above. The fish ladder is adjacent to the Granite Falls, the spot where this quaint and interesting town got its name.
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    Population Density 1,432/sq mi

    #5 Arlington City Center

    About 16 miles northwest of Granite Falls, you and your pup will find lots of fur-iendly things to do in Arlington’s City Center neighborhood. If you’re craving a nice long walk with your leashed pooch, hit the Centennial Trail that has an access point near the neighborhood’s Legion Memorial Park. At 30 miles long, you and your pup won’t run out of things to see and sniff. Country Charm Conservation Area is another furrific place to hang out with your leashed dog. The natural area has more than 100 acres of undeveloped forest and meadows. The neighborhood’s other parks, Terrace Park, Jensen Park and Centennial Park, are woofderful spots for picnics and nice easy strolls. If you and Fido want to get your heartrate up, try the neighborhood’s Zimmerman Hill Climb, a 2,000-foot stretch of nothing but stairs!
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