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Dog Areas in Martha Lake

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About a 40-minute drive northeast of Seattle, the quiet town of Martha Lake can be found nestled between the Lynwood and Mill Creek communities. Though Martha Lake is but a stone’s throw from these towns, it maintains an unobtrusive vibe with residents’ enjoying a slower pace of life and modern conveniences just a short drive away. Martha Lake has a veterinary clinic in town to make sure your pooch stays happy and healthy!

Pooches love the town’s Martha Lake Park! Located on the shores of its namesake lake, this six-acre park is a pawpular area for dog walking. You and your leashed dog will love strolling on the park’s beautiful wetland boardwalk. The park also has covered picnic areas, a playground and restrooms.

Martha Lake Airport Park is another pawsome park where leashed dogs can hang out with their people. The park has almost 29 acres of open space where you and Fido can get some exercise on the paved path, plus picnic tables, athletic fields and restrooms.

If you and your dog plan to spend the night in the area, the Quality Inn & Suites Everett has woofderful pet-friendly rooms and it’s just a ten minute drive from Martha Lake.

Whether you and Fido are just visiting or you call this furrific area home, Martha Lake gets two paws up!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Martha Lake

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    Population Density 3,650/sq mi

    #1 35th Ave SE/ Seattle Hill Rd

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    Your pup will go bananas for the 35th Ave SE/ Seattle Hill Rd neighborhood in Mill Creek, about three miles from Martha Lake. This neighborhood’s Tambark Creek Dog Park is a pup’s dream come true! At almost three acres, this completely fenced-in off-leash area is full of grass, mature trees and bushes where your pup can play hide and seek! There’s tons of room for a game of fetch and socialization, too. Tambark Creek Dog Park also has benches where humans can relax while their pooch lets off some steam. There are doggie waste cleanup baggies available, too. When your pup’s ready for a leashed walk, check out the rest of Tambark Creek Park! There’s a nature trail that meanders through this 40-acre park, plus open fields, woods and wetlands. The park has picnic tables, a playground and restrooms, too. Buffalo Park is another pawesome neighborhood park where leashed dogs are welcome to hang out with their people.
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    Population Density 3,139/sq mi

    #2 Cascadian Way/ 153rd St SE

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    Visit Mill Creek’s Cascadian Way/ 153rd St SE neighborhood and see why dogs love this area! Just three miles from Martha Lake, this neighborhood’s McCallum Park is a woofderful place for some exercise or relaxation. With 78 acres, the park is a great place for a picnic or a walk. If you and Fido are interested in a longer stroll, the park is also an access point for the 7.25-mile North Creek Trail. This scenic trail meanders through forested areas, and over bridges and wetlands. The multi-use North Creek Trail has paved and dirt stretches and it’s a pawsome place to see wildflowers in the summer.
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    Population Density 3,830/sq mi

    #3 Mill Creek City Center

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    There’s fun for the whole family in Mill Creek’s City Center neighborhood! Check out the area’s Cougar Park, a pawpular hangout for good reason! The park has a woofderful walking path, a playground that includes a cable ride, a climbing rock and picnic tables! There’s also a huge grassy lawn that is a puptacular spot for playtime with your pup or a great place to soak up some rays. Heron Park is another furrific pet-friendly park in this neighborhood. There’s a nature trail that meanders through this beautiful park, plus tennis courts, a playground and restrooms. Heron Park also has covered picnic areas with grills, perfect for a family barbecue!
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    Population Density 5,737/sq mi

    #4 35th Ave SE/ 159th Pl SE

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    You and your four-legged friend can visit some of the area’s beautiful parks in Mill Creek’s 35th Ave SE/ 159th Pl SE neighborhood. Just three miles from Martha Lake, this neighborhood’s Pine Meadow Park has a furrific paved walking path that meanders beneath the trees of this serene park. The park also has picnic areas, drinking fountains, restrooms and a playground. Highlands Park is another nearby park your pup will love. Nestled in a lovely residential neighborhood, Highlands Park has lots of shady trees and a large lawn. There’s a playground, picnic tables, with barbecue grills, drinking fountains, tennis and basketball courts, too.
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    Population Density 4,662/sq mi

    #5 Murphys Corner

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    Looking for some quiet relaxation time with your furry friend? Visit the Murphys Corner neighborhood in Mill Creek, about three miles from Martha Lake. You and your leashed pup will have a furrific time taking a jaunt through North Pointe Park. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, this open grassy park is a pawsome place for a walk. If you’re in the mood to chill out with your pup, bring a blanket and enjoy an afternoon hanging out on the lawn. Silver Crest Park is another puptacular park in the neighborhood where leashed dogs are welcome. In addition to an open field, there’s picnic tables, a basketball court and a playground.
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