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Dog Areas in Leavenworth, WA

6 Trails
15 Eateries

The beautiful village of Leavenworth, Washington is a small community that once had the second largest sawmill in the entire state of Washington. It was officially incorporated in September of 1906.

Nature isn't the only thing there is to love when it comes to this city. There are several amazing things for you and your canine friend to enjoy together here, including plenty of dog-friendly restaurants for you to choose from -- 15, to be exact. These Fido-friendly eateries offer a variety of cuisines that range from barbecue, classic pub fare, craft beers, and so much more. All of these restaurants have outdoor seating, and will welcome you and your furry friend with open arms.

This village is also a great spot for you and your dog to explore the outdoors together. If you and your pooch want an outdoor adventure, this city has several trails for you to enjoy together. Don't worry if you're not a seasoned hiker -- these trails offer a wide range of difficulties and offer scenic views of the mountains. Don't fur-get your camera!

No matter what your style, Leavenworth has a little something for the whole family, furry members included!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leavenworth, WA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,965/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Leavenworth


    In this dog-friendly neighborhood, you and your pooch can enjoy some fun on the river. The Leavenworth Outdoor Center has tubes that you can rent for you and your family and your pooch. The center will even provide you with a life jacket for your furry friend. The rapids are very mellow, which means you and your pup can enjoy a calm, scenic ride along the river! This is a great -- and inexpensive -- way for your and your pooch to get some fresh air and make some un-fur-gettable memories together!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,965/sq mi

    #2 Lake Wenatchee State Park


    This neighborhood is another great place for you and your pooch to spend some time together exercising and enjoy the outdoors together. The Lake Wenatchee State Park is a natural park that has 8 miles of grass and dirt hiking trails for you and your pooch to explore. As you walk, you will be surrounded by trees, and you may even get to see some wildlife. You will need to bring water and supplies for cleaning up with you. Something to keep in mind is that this is an untouched natural habitat, so there is always the danger of running into bears or other wildlife. Otherwise, this is the pawfect place to enjoy a day in nature with your pooch!

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    Population Density 1,965/sq mi

    #3 Lake Ingalls Trail


    This neighborhood is home to a pawesome trail that you and your pooch can explore. Esmeralda Basin/Fortune Pass is a 7-mile hike and caters to hikers of all abilities. You can try to hike the entire trail, or just do a portion of it. The entire trail will take around 5 hours to complete. It winds through the Wenatchee National Forest and includes flat, grassy meadows and views of mountain peaks. Be sure to pack your essentials, such as extra water and supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. Grab your pup’s leash and see how far you two can get on this trail!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,965/sq mi

    #4 Iron Goat Trail


    The Iron Goat Trail is part of the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy, which repurposes former railroads into walking trails all across the country. This gravel and dirty trail stretches for about 9.2 miles and and is located about an hour from Seattle, Washington. You and your pooch will love the waterfalls and streams you'll see along the way, which are the perfect place for a photo op or just a quiet moment with your pal. You will need to pack water and doggie waste bags. There are plenty of trees that will provide shade if the sun gets too hot. Grab a leash and head out for a furrific day!

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    Population Density 1,965/sq mi

    #5 Phelps Creek


    This neighborhood has another beautiful place for you and your canine friend to bond in the outdoors. The Phelps Creek/Spider Mountain Meadows is a 14-mile hike that will take you through the countryside of Washington. Along the way, you'll find a valley which was formed by glaciers -- its beauty is breathtaking, so don't forget your camera. Even though your pup must remain leashed on this trail, he'll find lots of new scents to sniff, and may even see some wildlife along the way! If you need to stop for a break, there are lush, grassy fields to sit in. Be sure to pack extra water and doggy waste bags. You never know what you'll see, so come out for a day of adventure!

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