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Dog Areas in Marysville, WA

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Family-friendly and fast growing, there's much to like about Marysville, WA. The town is both conveniently located and community oriented. While it's close to Seattle, the city still has a small-town feel, with plenty of fairs and festivals during the summer months. Visit in June and you can take in the fantastic Marysville Strawberry Festival! The city spends a fun-filled week every year honoring its agricultural roots, and you and your pooch are welcome at many of the outdoor concerts, parades and events!

Wagging tails are certainly welcome in Marysville. The town has its own pawesome dog park, and its natural surroundings are stunning. It’s close to the Cascade Mountain Range and on the banks of the Snohomish River, so there are plenty of trails for you and your pooch to sniff and explore! There are several community parks ideal for leashed walking, and cultured canines might get a kick out of strolling through the city’s 1900s historic downtown. In terms of pet care, there are seven vets in Marysville, with 24-hour care available in nearby Everett. There aren’t any options for doggy dining in the town itself, but don’t worry -- you and your buddy are sure to find plenty of places to chow down a little fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marysville, WA

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    Population Density 887/sq mi

    #1 North Marysville

    You’d need to be barking mad not to visit the Strawberry Fields for Rover Dog Park in North Marysville. The park is huge -- your pooch will love the wide open space, and owners will certainly appreciate the calming views over the Snohomish River. Water and bags are provided, and there’s even a doggy obstacle course, so your buddy can get a thorough and entertaining workout while you sit back and take in the scenery. There’s also a trail leading up to the park, so you two can take a walk as a warm-up before you let your furry friend run free!
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    Population Density 2,287/sq mi

    #2 Everett Junction

    If your fur baby enjoys swimming as part of their off-leash adventures, then Howarth Park in Everett is a real mutts-see! This furrific shorefront park is only nine miles away from Marysville, and has its own off-leash dog beach. Your pup can splash about in the shallow waters, or you two can enjoy a spirited game of catch on the sand. Just remember to bring your own water and bags! It’s also well worth it to walk through the larger Howarth Park. Pets are welcome on leash throughout most of this magical maze of gardens, trails and natural preserves.
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    Population Density 770/sq mi

    #3 Arlington Airport

    Though there’s no dedicated dog park or off-leash area in Arlington, it’d still be a huge faux-paws not to take the nine-mile trip from Marysville! Arlington is home to the Airport Trail, one of the most easily walkable trails in an area famed for its hilly landscape. The trail is a six-mile loop of paved and gravel paths, which means it’s still easy to walk even after it's been raining! The eastern side is shaded by stately, mature trees and boasts excellent views of the mountains, while the western side brings you and your pup through a historical tour of Arlington Airport’s role in World War II.
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    Population Density 3,949/sq mi

    #4 Riverside


    For fur-friendly hiking, look no further than Spencer Island Park in East Everett.There’s no off-leash area, but you’ll find a walking trail for every fitness level, from the most athletic dog to the most committed couch pup-tato! The trails wander through woodland and waterside areas, and there are some excellent photo opportunities from the bridge. After you and your pooch are all tired out, you can pop across the river to the Scuttlebut Brewing Co., which features a delicious, diverse menu and caters to canine companions at its waterfront patio.

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    Population Density 1,479/sq mi

    #5 West Lake Stevens


    Make no bones about it, the Calvalero Hill Off-Leash Dog Area is a pawsitively excellent spot to bring your pooch if you’re looking for some variety in your off-leash activities. While the park isn’t as large as the dog run in North Maryville, it does have the advantage of ample parking, so it’s a great option if you can’t quite squeeze in up north! The Calvalero Hill Park also has its own doggy agility course, and there’s a separate area for small dogs, so your fur baby can socialise no matter their size. However, there’s no water fountain here -- you’ll need to bring your own bottle.

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