Dog walking in Lopez Island

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Taryn PLopez Island, Washington 98261

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Hi! For starters, I love being around dogs, always have and always will! I can't afford to have my own big slobbery fur baby right now, so this would help my puppy fever! I'm very outgoing and I love going on walks so why not make it more enjoyable with your furry friend, that way they're getting the exercise and you get the after walk snuggles! I just moved to the La Conner area but am willing to branch out towards Mount Vernon/ Burlington area.

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Killian MLopez Island, Washington 98261

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Hi! My name is Killian and I just finished college in NY and have returned home to the beautiful PNW in a house with a big fenced-in backyard. I love all animals and crave being around them! I have been described as a dog-whisperer and had two dogs of my own growing up. If it weren’t for traveling often, I would rescue as many dogs as I could take care of! I look forward to taking care of your pup!

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Dog Walking in Lopez Island

Known as "The Friendly Isle," Lopez Island is part of the San Juan Islands in Washington. This lovely island has a combination of forests, farmland, mountains, and beaches. There are several areas for dogs and their owners to explore here. There is a veterinarian on the northwest side of the island where you can take your pooch for professional care.

You can spend a day hiking and fishing or camp overnight with your pup at Odlin County Park on the northern end of Lopez Island. There are group and individual campsites in this 80-acre waterfront park. Dogs are permitted to join you as long as they're kept on a leash at all times and you clean up their messes.

A great place to take your pup for a hike is Fisherman Bay Spit Preserve located across the bay from Lopez Village. Walk along the shoreline or through the meadows and woodlands with your special pal in this scenic area. Your leashed pup is free to join you as you explore this 29-acre facility.

Take your pooch to the "heart of Lopez" to hike the trails of Lopez Hill. There are four miles of natural trails that are designed for multiple use in this forested, 400-acre wilderness area. As with other public access parks on Lopez Island, dogs are allowed as long as they're on a leash

Lopez Island offers some pawtastic outdoor adventures for dogs and their owners!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lopez Island

Lopez Village

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Population Density
958 per sq. mi.

Lopez Village

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Lopez Village is a small community on the northwest side of Lopez Island. In this coastal area, you and your pup can take advantage of some local recreation opportunities.  Head to Islands Marine Center with your boat and launch out into Fisherman Bay with your pup. Enjoy the fresh ocean breezes and stunning scenery while you go fishing in this cove. If you want to stretch your legs, take your pup to Otis Perkins Day Park and wander along the beach. Dogs are permitted to join you in public recreation areas as long as they're restrained on a leash up to ten feet long. Make sure to pick up any waste.

Port Stanley

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Population Density
139 per sq. mi.

Port Stanley

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Located on the northeast shore of Lopez Island, the neighborhood of Port Stanley is a small community with beachfront properties that are surrounded by fields and forestland. Here, you and your pooch will be able to get out and explore Spencer Spit State Park. This 200-acre facility has two miles of trails through wooded areas, camping, salt-water fishing and wildlife viewing. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Strait of San Juan de Fuca as you hike with your furry pal. Dogs are permitted in most areas of the park as long as you keep them on a leash that's no longer than eight feet and pick up their waste.

Richardson

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Population Density
70 per sq. mi.

Richardson

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The quiet, rural community of Richardson is located along Jones Bay. In this peaceful neighborhood, you and your pal can go for walks past farm fields and wooded areas. For a fun outing, head about 2.5 miles northwest to Shark Reef Sanctuary. Take a short hike through the forest to reach the rocky shore. From here, you can enjoy puptacular views of the strait. Look for seals, sea lions, and sea otters as you view Deadman Island and peer across the water to the San Juan Island Lighthouse. Dogs are welcome to join you provided you keep them on a leash and you pick up their waste.

Islandale

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Population Density
175 per sq. mi.

Islandale

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Tucked in an isthmus on the south end of Lopez Island, the small community of Islandale includes some farms and private residences near the water. In this neighborhood, you can head to Mackaye Harbor to walk along the rocky shoreline with your pooch. Bring along your canoe or boat and launch out into the harbor for a day of fishing. If you want to enjoy the natural beauty of the island with your furry friend, head to Agate Beach County Park. Walk along the shore and look for colorful treasures among the rocks, or go for a hike in the woods. Dogs on a leash can accompany you in this county park.

Aleck Bay

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Population Density
437 per sq. mi.

Aleck Bay

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The neighborhood of Aleck Bay is on the southern tip of Lopez Island. This bay area features forests, a rocky beach, and private homes. After enjoying a quiet walk down country roads, head over to Iceberg Point for a scenic hike. This trail will lead you and your four-footed friend through some forest to the rock cliffs overlooking the straits. Catch view of the Olympic Islands and Mountains across the water. If you're in the area during the migration season, do a little whale watching. Dogs are welcome to accompany you in this area as long as you keep them on a leash. Be sure to clean up after your best fur-iend.