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Dog Areas in High Point, WA

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Located just south of Issaquah and about 30 minutes south of Seattle, High Point is an unincorporated community in Washington’s King County. High Point was originally founded in 1905, intended to be a mill town for lumber. Today, however, the town serves as bedroom community for nearby larger cities. In fact, High Point doesn’t even have its own post office; it once did, with the office serving residents from 1910 until 1943. For basic necessities, residents can travel to Preston, which is about three miles from High Point, and visit the Preston General Store.

If you’re a dog owner living in High Point, there are some disadvantages. For example, High Point doesn’t have a veterinarian clinic. There are a few veterinarian options in Issaquah, though, which is less than two miles up the road, so care for your sick or injured pet is no more than a bone’s throw away! If you want to take Fido out for a day on the town, you’ll need to visit a larger city nearby. That’s not a problem, though; there are several options within twenty miles. High Point does have a trail for you to walk your dog on, though, so if you love nature, you’re in luck! Drop by for a visit today.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in High Point, WA

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    Population Density 2,920/sq mi

    #1 Issaquah Highlands

    About ten minutes north of High Point, you and your dog can visit Issaquah Highlands Bark Park! This dog park gives your pup the chance to run around off-leash and get in his daily exercise, all while socializing and making pawesome new friends. You’ll want to bring along your own waste disposal bags and water, as none are provided for you or your pooch. Previously, locals say there were signs that banned bully breeds, but that sign has recently come down. Have a ball playing at this local favorite; your dog sure will!
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    Population Density 476/sq mi

    #2 Central Preston

    Just three miles up the road in the heart of Preston, you and your dog can take a walk on the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail. At nearly seven miles long, this trail is great for beginners and advanced hikers. If you want to explore, this is the perfect place to do so, as you can even bring your furry friend along with you! He’ll need to stay on his leash for the duration of the walk; you wouldn’t want him getting away from you. You’ll want to have plenty of water on hand, and you’ll also need to bring waste disposal bags to clean up after your pooch.
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    Population Density 476/sq mi

    #3 Newport

    Being a dog parent means making some tough choices. For example, do you want to go out to eat or stay home with your pup? In Issaquah’s Newport neighborhood, you can do both! Garlic Crush is a local favorite that serves delicious Mediterranean and Greek dishes. Locals rave about the gyro salads and kefta sandwiches. Fido can join you on the patio as long as he remains on a leash. Craving something sweet after dinner? Visit the local Baskin-Robbins, where Fido can get his own miniature cup of vanilla ice cream.
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    Population Density 2,024/sq mi

    #4 Beaver Lake Park

    Less than ten miles north of High Point is Sammamish’s Beaver Lake Dog Park, which gives your dog another opportunity to run off-leash and make some new friends of his own species. Beaver Lake Dog Park has a separate area for smaller dogs, so you don’t have to worry about your tinier dog getting knocked down by an excited but lovable big dog. This bark park also has water fountains for both pups and pup parents, meaning your pooch won’t get overheated. You’ll want to bring along waste disposal bags. There are also nearby walking trails to enjoy.
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    Population Density 176/sq mi

    #5 Spruce St/ SE Park St

    If you’re looking for a dog park for the most energetic of dogs, visit Snoqualmie’s Three Forks Dog Park. This bark park is just ten minutes up the road from High Point, and it’s certainly worth the drive. Three Forks Dog Park has a ton of space for your pup to run around, as it’s mostly just a large, open field. However, there’s also a creek for your pooch to dip his paws in. Bring along a ball to play a fun game of fetch, but make sure your dog doesn’t mind sharing. Your dog will be howling in appreciation!
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