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Dog Areas in Lynden

6 Parks
1 Trail
5 Shops
5 Eateries
3 Groomers

About 15 miles north of Bellingham, you’ll find the picturesque and quiet town of Lynden. Once a pioneer settlement, the area has grown into a vibrant, family-oriented community while still maintaining its original historical charm. 

Pups and their people love Lynden. The town’s dog park, Bender Fields Dog Park, is a puptacular place to exercise your pooch. The park has one whole acre that is fenced-in where your dog can run free and play in the grass. There is a covered seating area where humans can relax, too. If your pup gets thirsty, there is a water spigot and bowls, but be aware the water gets turned off in colder months. Doggie waste cleanup bags are provided at the off-leash area. 

If you want to join your dog in getting some exercise, just outside the dog park you’ll find the Jim Kaemingk Sr. Trail that meanders through the rest of Bender Fields Park. Your leashed dog is welcome to join you on a jaunt in the park.

Lynden City Park is another spot that sure to make your dog’s tail wag. Take a walk by the creek or enjoy a picnic at this scenic park in the heart of Lynden. Leashed dogs are welcome and the park provides cleanup bags.

If you’re looking for a bite to eat in Lynden, check out Bob’s Burgers and Brew. They’ve got a fur-iendly outdoor seating area and delicious gourmet burgers.

Lynden has four veterinary clinics in the event that your furry friend needs an annual check-up or urgent medical care.

Whether you’re just visiting or you call the area home, you and your pooch will find lots of pawsome things to do in Lynden!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lynden

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    Population Density 3,050/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Lynden

    There’s lots for you and your pup to see and do in Lynden’s charming Downtown neighborhood. In the town center, you’ll find Centennial Park, a great spot for a picnic with your leashed dog. The park has tables, benches and drinking fountains. Just a few blocks away, Patterson Park is another pawsome place to hang out with your leashed pooch. Patterson Park has a walking path, large grassy areas, a playground and cleanup bags. Once you and your pup have seen Downtown’s parks, stroll the Dutch Village Mall shops and see the neighborhood’s iconic windmill. Hungry? For a unique dining experience, check out Drizzle Olive Oil and Vinegar Tasting Room. They have a pet-friendly outdoor seating area and yummy rustic Italian food.
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    Population Density 186/sq mi

    #2 W Badger Rd/ Guide Meridian Rd

    Craving a walk in the woods with Fido? You’ll love visiting Lynden’s W Badger Rd/ Guide Meridian Rd neighborhood. The area’s Berthusen Park is a beautiful forested open space with a network of nature trails that wind through the woods. There are lots of benches along the paths, drinking fountains and interpretive learning kiosks. Berthusen Park has picnic tables and grills, restrooms and a playground. Biking, hiking, horseback riding and birdwatching are very popular activities in the park. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, just remember to pack the cleanup baggies. After you and your pup have had your fill of fun in the forest, stop by the neighborhood’s pet-friendly ice cream shop, Edaleen Dairy.
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    Population Density 117/sq mi

    #3 Everson City Center

    If you and your dog feel like exploring, hop in the car and head six miles east to Everson! Everson’s City Center neighborhood is situated on the banks of the scenic Nooksack River. Leash your pup and check out the neighborhood’s Riverside Park. Look for wildlife as you walk along the river on the park’s nature path! There’s also a large open grassy area, plus picnic tables and restrooms. While hanging out in Everson’s City Center neighborhood, check out the area’s picturesque downtown area. Lined with specialty shops and historic buildings, you and your pup will have lots to see while talking a walk down Everson’s main drag. Everson Park is another pet-friendly area in the heart of town where you and your pooch can get some exercise.
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    Population Density 323/sq mi

    #4 Birch Bay/ Custer

    Looking to escape the crowds? Head to the Birch Bay/ Custer neighborhood in Custer, just eight miles west of Lynden. This neighborhood is home to the Jensen Family Forest Park, a beautiful 23-acre open space where you and your leashed dog can enjoy peace and quiet in the woods. The park has a trail that loops around about a mile through mature trees and grassy areas. This is a particularly great spot on warm days as the canopy offers lots of shade on the walking path. The park also features area, but be sure to pack drinking water and doggie waste cleanup bags for your trip.
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    Population Density 949/sq mi

    #5 Ferndale City Center

    Parks, parks and more parks! That’s what you and your pup will find in Ferndale’s City Center neighborhood, just 14 miles southwest of Lynden. You and your dog can have off-leash fun at the neighborhood’s beautiful VanderYacht Park. There’s a pawsome mix of trees and grass that encompass unfenced off-leash areas. These off-leash sections are marked by signs, and there are doggie waste cleanup stations throughout VanderYacht Park. Leashed dogs are welcome at lots of other neighborhood parks as well, including Pioneer Park, Flair Park, Oxford Park and Horizon View Park, which are smaller outdoor areas. Cedar Creek Park and Vista Ridge Park are larger pet-friendly recreational spots in the City Center neighborhood.
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