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Dog Areas in Long Beach, WA

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Known for its scenic peninsula, Long Beach is a beautiful oceanside town in Washington State. Don’t let its small size or low population fool you; this town is a perfect place to bring your friendly Fido to make some pup pals. Whether you’re a native or someone popping in for a quick visit, it’s easy to see why one would choose Long Beach as their destination. 

The most obvious destination is Long Beach itself, which has miles of soft and open sand for your pup to pitter patter their paws in. Well-behaved dogs are generally allowed off their leashes on this particular beach, but you’ll want to bring a leash just in case -- one that is eight feet long at the maximum. Bring a tennis ball to toss around with your pal, or let them get their toes wet in the rising and falling tide. Just be sure to keep a close eye on your precious pup, and bring plenty of clean drinking water so they’re not tempted to drink that salty ocean water. Additionally, bring some doggy waste bags to dispose of any messes your wily woofer may make. You’ll want to keep this beach clean for everyone!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Long Beach, WA

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    Population Density 1,395/sq mi

    #1 Breakers


    For the next must-see stop on your doggy day trip, hustle on over to Breakers, a neighborhood in Long Beach. There is where you’ll find Discovery Trail, a path first trekked by Lewis and Clark. Though you must keep your dog leashed on the trail, that won’t get in the way of your barking good time. From the giant gray whale skeleton to the nineteen-foot bronze sculpture known as Clark’s Tree, you and your adventurous pal will have plenty to take in and explore while you’re checking out Discovery Trail. For doggy waste bags, look for the metal dog sculptures!

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    Population Density 1,395/sq mi

    #2 Central Long Beach

    Make your way to Central Long Beach, a scenic area where you’ll find plenty of things to do and see -- the most notable being your option to stop in at Captain Bob’s Chowder. This quality local restaurant hosts a number of options when it comes to soups and, as you may have guessed, chowders. Clam chowder is always on the menu, but if you’re looking for something a bit different, check out one of their other options on rotation. Your dog is free to join you at any of the outdoor tables; just be sure to bring plenty of water.
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    Population Density 1,395/sq mi

    #3 North Long Beach

    Your next stop should definitely be in the northern region of Long Beach, where you’ll find the prime dog-friendly lunch spot in the area. North Long Beach is home to The Cove Restaurant, a homey little restaurant that serves daily lunch specials from eleven in the morning to three in the afternoon. Grab yourself a delicious Reuben while you and your canine companion gaze out upon the scenic Peninsula Golf Course. Just be sure to bring plenty of clean drinking water for your pal, and maybe a treat or two, for being such a good little pup pal!
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    Population Density 445/sq mi

    #4 Fort Canby

    If you happen to find yourself in the Fort Canby neighborhood of Ilwaco, you’d be particularly well-served to check out a location that may not sound like a prime vacation spot. In spite of its name, Cape Disappointment is just the opposite -- a thrill waiting to happen for you and your pup. Bring your leashed pup to this beautiful state park and enjoy the many paths you can tread together, as well as taking in the beautiful beaches and the lighthouses on these very beaches. You’ll have a ball, but be prepared to clean up any possible messy mishaps.
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    Population Density 1,547/sq mi

    #5 Central Astoria

    For your final stop on your doggy day trip, you’ll need to cross state lines into Oregon. It may be a bit of a drive, but it’s well worth the ride. This is where you’ll find Fort Astoria, in the center of the town of Astoria. With scenic views, rolling hills, and grassy plains for you and your pup to enjoy, you’ll be thrilled to jog alongside your beloved pup. Just be sure to keep Fido on a leash that's eight feet long at maximum, and be prepared to clean up any messes doggy may make. Make sure to bring plenty of water for your pup as well!
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