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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Haynie

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    Population Density 620/sq mi

    #1 Bellingham


    If your dog likes swimming, check out Bloedel Donovan Beach, which is about 20 miles from Haynie, Washington. You can cool off in the morning with your pooch. You will want to keep in mind that there are limited hours at this beach; they only allow dogs from 6am to 10am. You pup can be off his leash during this time, but keep in mind is that this beach is not fenced in. You will need to bring water and waste disposal bags for your pooch. The beach area is sandy, and there is not much shade available, so make sure to bring a blanket and umbrella!

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    Population Density 620/sq mi

    #2 Samish Way


    Looking for a great place to go for a walk on the trails and then cool off by taking a dip in the lake? This neighborhood is located in Bellingham, Washington and sits close to Haynie, Washington. There are several trails that you and your pooch can go for a walk on. The trails all vary in difficulty, and the level is marked at the beginning of each trail. There are also unleashed and leashed areas for your pup. The trails are covered with gravel, and there is plenty of shade from the trees. You will want to bring water to drink and waste bags, as well. There is a lake that you both can splash in, and there’s also a nice stream along the trail. Your pooch will not want to leave this doggy paradise!

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    Population Density 358/sq mi

    #3 Mt. Vernon

    You will want to bring your pup to this neighborhood to try the newly built dog park. It is called Bakerview Dog Park, and it’s located about 47 miles from Haynie, Washington. This is an off-leash dog park, so your pooch will have the freedom to explore all of the terrain, which is mostly bark and gravel. It is completely fenced-in, and it sits on a very large area. There are plenty of picnic tables, and water is available for your pooch in the warmer months. Bring a ball, and have a great day with your pup.
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    Population Density 615/sq mi

    #4 Marysville


    If you and your pooch are looking to get in some exercise, you won’t want to miss visiting the Strawberry Fields Dog Park at the athletic complex, located a little over an hour from Haynie, Washington. Your pup will have plenty of room to run around at this large, off-leash park. There are 2 separate areas: one for smaller dogs and one for larger dogs. The terrain is mostly grassy, but some areas have wood chips. There is a large dog run, and it is completely fenced-in; its surface is dirt covered. Your pooch will have a paw-tastic time playing on the agility equipment. There is water for canine friends to drink, and the park provides waste-disposal bags for cleaning up. 

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    Population Density 338/sq mi

    #5 Lynden


    This is a dog-friendly place that is only about 11 miles from Haynie, Washington. Bender Fields Ball Park is one acre of completely fenced-in area. It is an off-leash park, so your pup can enjoy exploring everything. The trails are paved for the most part, and the terrain rotates between wood chips and grass. You will want to bring along water and something to shade you from the sun, since there are not many trees here. Grab your pooch’s favorite toy, and watch as he will never want to leave. Good luck!

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