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Dog Areas in Kennewick

18 Parks
2 Trails
19 Shops
15 Eateries
16 Groomers

Kennewick provides the best of both worlds for outdoor lovers, with numerous places to go hiking, play outdoors, and enjoy some water sports. This large town is in between two confluences along the Columbia River, but got its name from a native word that meant "grassy place." Whichever outdoor adventure you wanna go out on, Fido is allowed in plenty of places and can join you for all your outdoor fun.

Columbia Park is named after Columbia River, thanks to its location right along the riverfront. The park provides over 400 acres of land, with attractions like pavilions, trails, running water, paved paths, multi-purpose fields, fishing access, swimming holes, picnic areas, and plenty more. Dogs do have to remain on a leash while inside the park, but are allowed everywhere in it.

The Lawrence Scott Park is also a popular dog spot thanks to its inner-city location, and over 25 acres of open space. The area has multiple recreational fields, enclosed basketball courts, lights during nighttime, and a .75-mile walking trail made from concrete. You can play, run or just enjoy a quiet walk with your leashed pup. Additional features include water fountains, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations.

With six animal hospitals, Kennewick offers a great experience for you and Fido, whether its a hiking day or a short walk in the city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kennewick

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    Population Density 4,928/sq mi

    #1 Midtown

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    Midtown is a small neighborhood that contains some of the busiest business districts in the city. That's why its so shocking the neighborhood also has the Zintel Canyon Park, a mostly undeveloped area that provides gorgeous scenery of the hilly landscape and wildlife, with a paved path that extends .7 miles through the park. Dogs are welcome in the park while on a leash and can enjoy a serene walk here. The Al Robinson Park is much more developed, with three baseball fields, paved walking paths, and amenities like water fountains, picnic shelters, trash bins, benches, and nighttime lights for you and your leashed pup.
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    Population Density 2,794/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Kennewick

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    Surprisingly, Downtown Kennewick is on the northern part of town, right along the shore of Columbia River. With gorgeous views of the river and offering vibrant fields, is no wonder dogs and humans love Fruitland Park. The park itself is of average size, with trees lining the outer edges of the park that provide shade and privacy for inhabitants. There's paved trails, a playground, a baseball field, and plenty of room for Fido to run around and play. The Keewaydin Park is also a great place to bring Fido, thanks to the concrete greenway that travels along the creek next to the park. There's also open space, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations. Both parks require pups to be leashed.
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    Population Density 2,718/sq mi

    #3 Finley

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    Finley is right across from the confluence of the Columbia River and Snake River. Right on the shoreline is Two Rivers Park, a beautiful stretch of green field along the blue river, with lots of trees and open space for Fido. Dogs and humans will love the park, thanks to the abundance of parking and amenities that include water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches. Hover Park is on the southern side of the neighborhood along the river, and is wholly undeveloped, but has nature trails that wind throughout the area. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside this park, but don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags here!
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    Population Density 3,745/sq mi

    #4 Hansen Park

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    Hansen Park is an upscale neighborhood, with long rows of residential homes. Among the homes is a park called Hansen Park, named after the neighborhood. The park has a playground, pavilion, paved paths and a large area dedicated to open space that's perfect for numerous passive activities for humans and pups, whether it's playing, fetching, or just running wild. Dogs do have to remain on a leash at this park. The Hansen Park is also a scenic stop in this neighborhood, mainly thanks to the green grass and looping trail that surrounds it. The trail is 1.1 miles in length and made from concrete, with plenty of space on both sides for Fido to play. There are trash bins and benches here.
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    Population Density 1,206/sq mi

    #5 Creekstone

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    The Creekstone neighborhood takes up the southern part of town, with rows of residential homes and scenes of the surrounding desert. The Creekstone Community Park is a popular spot to attend with Fido, thanks to the well-kept lawn, open space, and paved path. The spot is small but provides the perfect place to get Fido some outdoor exercise, with access to benches and trash bins. The park connects to the Irving Trail, which is a concrete and asphalt trail that winds northward. Grassy fields run alongside both sides of the trail. Dogs have to remain on a leash at both sites, and owners should bring water and clean-up bags.
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