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Dog Areas in Mill Creek

11 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
4 Eateries
2 Groomers

Travel about 20 miles northeast of downtown Seattle and you’ll find yourself in the town of Mill Creek. Though a small town, Mill Creek is a vibrant community focused on outdoor recreation and a high quality of life. Pristine parks and trails, diverse and delicious restaurants, and shopping are just a few of the things that make Mill Creek alluring. And with four veterinary clinics if your pooch needs urgent care or an annual exam, you can feel safe exploring this town with your pup.

For dog lovers and their four-legged friends, Mill Creek has tons of woofderful amenities. You and Fido will find off-leash fun at the Tambark Creek Dog Park. With more than two acres of fenced-in area for your dog to explore, this large park has benches, and lots of mature trees and shrubs within it. The park even has a doggie waste cleanup station.

Outside of the off-leash area, the rest of Tambark Creek Park has lots of space for you and your leashed dog to explore. At 40 acres, this park has open fields, forested areas and wetlands. There are restrooms, picnic areas, a playground, athletic fields and nature trails.

If you’re hungry, check out Thai Rhapsody. They have yummy classic Thai cuisine that you can enjoy at one of their many dog-friendly outdoor tables.

With all the fur-iendly hangouts in this town, you and Fido are sure to love Mill Creek!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mill Creek

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,650/sq mi

    #1 35th Ave SE/ Seattle Hill Rd

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    There’s fun for everyone in the 35th Ave SE/ Seattle Hill Rd neighborhood! A pawsome spot for outdoor activities is the neighborhood’s Buffalo Park. The park is a puptastic place for a walk with your leashed dog, and has lots of cool things for the rest of the family, too. Buffalo Park has a bocce ball court, a huge grassy open space, a playground, covered picnic tables, barbecue grills, benches and restrooms. Also in this neighborhood, you’ll find Tambark Creek Park – home of Mill Creek’s pawsitively amazing off-leash area, Tambark Dog Park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,139/sq mi

    #2 Cascadian Way/ 153rd St SE

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    Hikers and their pups love this neighborhood for its access to the North Creek Trail. If you and your leashed dog want to trek down this 7.25-mile trail, head to the trailhead at McCollum Park. The trail is a mix of pavement and dirt, and is lined with trees and vegetation. The scenery along the route is pawsome with bridges, wetlands and flowers in warmer months. McCallum Park is a furrific spot to hang out with your pup, too. This 78-acre park has lots of open space, great for a shorter walk or a picnic. This neighborhood has lots of pet-friendly restaurants, including MOD pizza and Boston’s Restaurant and Sports Bar.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,830/sq mi

    #3 Mill Creek City Center

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    Check out Mill Creek’s City Center neighborhood and see what this quaint town is all about. Take a walk with your leashed dog in the neighborhood’s picturesque Heron Park. There is a large grassy area, nature trails, a playground, restrooms and a tennis court. Heron Park is a pawsome spot for a picnic, with covered tables and barbecue grills. The neighborhood is also home to Cougar Park. There’s fun for the whole family at this park, with nature trails, a climbing rock, cable ride and playground. There are picnic areas and restrooms, too. You’ll want to bring cleanup bags for your day of fun at these parks.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,662/sq mi

    #4 Murphys Corner

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    Looking for a nice walk with your leashed dog on a paved trail? Check out the Martha Lake Airport Park in the Murphys Corner neighborhood. Paved sidewalks meander around this park’s amenities that include a pond, athletic fields, picnic areas, art displays and a playground. Martha Lake Airport Park also has restrooms and a skate park. If you’re in the mood for a picnic with your leashed pup, head to Silver Crest Park. There are picnic tables, a huge open grassy area, a playground and a basketball court. North Pointe Park is a large open grassy space just perfect for a short jaunt with Fido in the neighborhood.
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    Population Density 5,737/sq mi

    #5 35th Ave SE/ 159th Pl SE

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    There are some furrific places to spend some quality time with your pup in Mill Creek’s 35th Ave SE/ 159th Pl SE neighborhood. Leash your dog and visit Highlands Park. Located in a quiet residential area, Highlands Park is a beautiful, open natural space with a big grassy meadow where you can enjoy a stroll with your pooch. The park also has pleasant picnic areas, a playground, tennis and basketball courts and restrooms. Also in this neighborhood, you’ll find Pine Meadow Park. There’s a puptastic paved walking path where you and Fido can stretch your legs. Other amenities here include benches, picnic tables, a playground, restrooms, drinking fountains and a basketball hoop. These parks are BYOCB - bring your own cleanup baggies.
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