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Dog Areas in Kenmore, WA

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The city of Kenmore is a colorful place set on the northern shore of Lake Washington, near Seattle. Kenmore is happy to present its own unique amenities for visitors and tourists traveling to Seattle for busy nightlife, historical spots, and amazing shopping opportunities. But, if you stop for a day in Kenmore, you'll be surprised at how well it caters to its canine residents and visitors! The city features plenty of dog-friendly places, and more than just boring public parks. In case of medical emergency, you'll find a veterinary hospital in town which is happy to lend a helping paw.

Kenmore Air Harbor is one of the most pawpular local attractions, and, considering they offer pet-friendly "flightseeing" tours, it's easy to see why! Jump on one of the local seaplanes and enjoy the easy take-off from the water followed by breathtaking and mind-blowing views of Seattle and its surroundings. Forget about walking; this is how you tour a city in style! Additional fees are applied for pooches over 25 lbs.

Want something a little quieter? Book a private picnic with your mutt at one of the isolated islands nearby. When you book with Northwest Floatplane Picnics, a charter floatplane will deliver you and your furry friend to your chosen retreat to share a delicious meal and enjoy a quiet moment together.

If you and your hound are hankering for a seaside adventure, look no fur-ther than Kenmore!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kenmore, WA

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    Population Density 3,308/sq mi

    #1 West Kenmore


    The city of Kenmore isn't huge, but it has some furrific dog-friendly amenities you won't want to miss. The western part of the city is full of small cafes and busy places near Northeast Bothell Way. Just across the street, you'll spot Log Boom Park connected to Burke-German Trail. This 18-mile trail is more than happy to welcome you and your leashed pooch to explore. The trail meanders through some gorgeous spots, including Golden Gardens Park in Seattle, so grab a trail map and pick a place to start your adventure! Be sure to bring a leash, some water, and doggie waste bags -- you'll need them here!

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    Population Density 3,592/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Mountlake Terrace


    If you're travelling north of Kenmore and need a spot to stretch your legs, follow 228 Street Southwest, which will lead you to a beautiful green oasis set on Lyon Creek, right in the heart of Mountlake Terrace. This northern suburb of Seattle is home to Mountlake Terrace Dog Park, located in the northern part of Terrace Creek Park, or “Candy Cane Park” as the locals call it. The dog park isn't that big, but there's plenty of room to run and play off-leash here. The fenced, wooded park has plenty of shade and benches for owners, too. Depending on the day, you may find plenty of other tail-waggers around, or you can just play and exercise with your mutt alone. The place is usually packed on weekends.

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    Population Density 4,411/sq mi

    #3 Highland Terrace


    Highland Terrace is one of the northern neighborhoods in Seattle, set a skip and a hop from the city of Shoreline. Apart from educational, cultural and shopping facilities, this neighborhood is home to a few recreation areas. Stop by Boeing Creek Park set on Boeing Creek and divided into four special sections to fulfill the needs of all canine visitors. Shoreview Off-Leash Dog Park is an amazing extension of the main area, located near the Shoreline Community College. The spot is well-shaded and offers ultimate off-leash freedom for your mutt to run, romp, and chase their favorite toy! Make sure your puppy responds well to voice commands, since the area isn't fenced.

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    Population Density 4,598/sq mi

    #4 Richmond Beach


    Richmond Beach is a huge, densely populated neighborhood home to recreation areas and broad streets, making it perfect for walkies! Richmond Beach Saltwater Park is a one-of-a-kind place at the very western end of Shoreline, offering more than just a park with benches and shade. The place is located in front of the beach, providing quick and convenient access to a sandy heaven and crystal-clear water. The best part? Your pup is welcome to get off his leash and go wild near the shoreline! There are plenty of walking trails in the park itself, and you can explore them with Fido before taking a mutts-needed dip in the water. Be careful, and keep an eye on your mutt -- the area is not fenced. 

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    Population Density 5,244/sq mi

    #5 Marina Beach Park


    Set just 20 miles north of Seattle, Marine Beach Park in West Edmonds is an amazing place to stop by with Fido to enjoy beautiful marina views and the relaxing atmosphere of the shoreline. The park has a specially designated area for pooches to run off-leash, play with their peers, and swim in the water! Pups are welcome on Puget Sound and are not allowed in the adjacent beach areas, but the park has more than enough opportunities for your mischievous buddy to find new friends or sniff out a new stick to chase! Keep an eye on your pooch at all times here; the area is vast and is only partially fenced.

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