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Dog Areas in Milton, WA

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Milton is a city in Washington within Pierce and King Counties which has a population of almost 8,000 people. In the 1800s, a mill was built where modern-day Milton is, and it soon became known as "Mill Town" which eventually evolved in Milton. Today, Milton is a quiet and peaceful residential community where many people who travel into bigger cities for work choose to call home. This picturesque town has gardens and vistas galore, and you and your dog will enjoy traversing the area together. Milton experiences a little more rain than what the rest of America averages each year, but they get far less snow, and summers are warm and comfortable.

To get a taste of Milton, don't miss stopping by The Mill Restaurant in East Milton. This popular restaurant serves freshly made dishes like truffle mac and cheese, oysters, burgers, burgers, and fish and chips in a modern setting. The Mill has a pawesome outdoor patio that is dog-friendly, so there's no need to leave your pooch at home when you head out for a bite in Milton. There are also veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Milton, which checks off every item a dog-friendly city needs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Milton, WA

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    Population Density 3,804/sq mi

    #1 Pioneer

    Just 15 miles from Milton, in the Pioneer area of Tacoma, is the Chambers Bay Off Leash Park. This one-acre dog park is located within the seven-acre Chambers Bay Park, and it's adjacent to Chambers Bay Golf Course. This dog park has a section for large dogs, as well as one for small or senior dogs. While you're at the dog park, you'll be rewarded with incredible views of Puget Sound while your dog has the time of her life. There are water fountains, benches, and bags throughout the park for your convenience, and in the greater park area, there's a 3.5-mile jogging path your dog can join you on if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 6,858/sq mi

    #2 1st Ave S.

    One of the greatest dog parks in the Milton area is only seven miles from Milton, in Federal Way, Washington. The French Lake Dog Park is an astounding 10-acre off-leash area with everything you and your dog could ever want in a dog park. The French Lake Dog Park has drinking water for dogs, and they even provide kiddie pools where your dog can splash around on hot summer days. This dog park provides visitors with waste disposal bags, benches, a picnic area, and shade -- and to top it all off, there's even some agility equipment in the park.
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    Population Density 4,308/sq mi

    #3 Highland Park

    In a little over a half an hour, you can drive from Milton to south Seattle and the Highland Park area. This is where you'll find the Westcrest Dog Park, a four-acre dog park that's full of fun and playful pups. In addition to a separate area for small or shy dogs, the Westcrest Dog Park has a wood chip play pit and a sand play pit to provide your dog with extra stimulation. There's also a water fountain at the park, and just beyond the off-leash area, there are several trails where you can take your dog for a leashed walk.
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    Population Density 2,510/sq mi

    #4 Clarks Creek

    The Clarks Creek Off-Leash Dog Park is only seven miles from Milton in the city of Puyallup, Washington. It will take you about 20 minutes to get to this park in the western part of the city where adventure awaits! This dog park is about 2/3 of an acre, and it is located within Clarks Creek Park. Clarks Creek Park has things to do for the whole family, including BBQ facilities, playgrounds, and sports fields. The dog park is just one big section, not divided into space for big and small dogs. There is also seating and shade in the park. While there are often buckets of water in the dog park, make sure you bring your own just in case.
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    Population Density 3,155/sq mi

    #5 Cedar River Trail

    Half an hour north of Milton, in east Renton, is the Cedar River Trail, which is a 17.3-mile paved trail. Along the trail, you'll find a furrific hidden gem: Cedar River Off-Leash Dog Park. This fenced dog park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and each has its own double-gated entrance. From April to October, there's a water spigot to keep pups hydrated, and there are also picnic tables and benches throughout the park. For an added thrill, the Cedar River Off-Leash Park also has agility equipment for adventurous doggos.
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