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Dog Areas in North Bend, WA

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North Bend is a city in King County, Washington with a population of more than 6,000 people, and it's a dream come true for outdoor enthusiasts! Located on the outskirts of western Seattle, North Bend is close to the amenities of a sprawling big city while also offering its residents the peace and tranquility of a small town. No matter how you like to spend your time, North Bend has recreational opportunities for you to enjoy! It's surrounded by hiking, fishing, and biking facilities, as well as dozens of parks and trails and different events all year long that showcase the town.

Dog owners in North Bend will never run out of fun dog-friendly activities to enjoy with their pets. There are a handful of dog-friendly trails in North Bend, as well as a few dog-friendly restaurants. One of these dog-friendly trails is called Twin Falls Trail, and you can access it in southeastern North Bend. This three-mile hike takes about two hours to complete with your dog, and along your journey, you'll come across waterfalls, rivers, and other scenic spots. In addition to the dog-friendly trails and restaurants in town, there are several off-leash dog parks in the area surrounding North Bend that you and your dog will love.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Bend, WA

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    Population Density 1,857/sq mi

    #1 Issaquah Highlands

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    Issaquah Highlands is a neighborhood just northeast of downtown Issaquah, Washington, and it's only a 20-minute drive from North Bend. This area is where you and your pooch will find the Issaquah Highlands Bark Park! This off-leash park has a large area for dogs of all sizes, as well as a separate enclosure reserved for small dogs. Issaquah Highlands Bark Park has a combination of a grass and wood-chip surface, and in the middle of the park is a large hill your dog can race up and down to burn off extra energy. You're rewarded with stunning views of the mountains at this dog park, and there's a water fountain for dogs, too.
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    Population Density 1,857/sq mi

    #2 Klahanie

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    The south Sammamish, Washington community of Klahanie is less than 20 miles from North Bend. Just north of this neighborhood is the Beaver Lake Dog Park, an off-leash dog park with big and small dog sections. Each side of the dog park has seating and waste disposal stations, and there's a water fountain that both humans and dogs can use. There are several walking trails in the dog park, as well as open areas pawfect for a game of fetch. The rest of Beaver Lake Park has plenty more trails to explore with your dog, but they must be on a leash in all other areas.
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    Population Density 495/sq mi

    #3 Three Forks

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    There's a dog park that's only two miles from North Bend, and it's in the southeastern Snoqualmie, Washington area known as Three Forks. The Three Forks Dog Park is a stunning off-leash park with a separate area for small or shy dogs. There are several acres of natural space that feels like an outdoor oasis to explore with your dog. There's a water fountain for dogs and humans to use, as well as several bowls positioned throughout the park. The rest of Three Forks Natural Area sits on more than 200 acres of land, and it has more trails you can check out with your dog on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,046/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Carnation

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    A 20-minute drive north of North Bend gets you and your dog to an off-leash park in western Carnation, Washington. The Carnation Off-Leash Dog Park is an eight-acre space that doesn't separate dogs by their weight, so dogs of all sizes can interact and burn off some steam! You'll be surrounded by lush trees at the park, and you can sit in one of several seating areas to take in all the scenery. There are water fountains for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and even plastic pools set up for dogs to cool of in during the summer. Some visitors note there isn't an abundance of shade at this dog park, so don't forget your hat and sunscreen!
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    Population Density 3,930/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Renton

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    Renton is another city in King County, Washington and it's just 11 miles south of downtown Seattle. Just east of downtown Renton sits the Cedar River Trail Off-Leash Area, and it's less than 30 miles from North Bend. This dog park includes different enclosures for big and small dogs, and it sits on more than four acres of land. Volunteers run the Cedar River Trail Off-Leash Area, and it provides visitors with waste disposal supplies, a water faucet for dogs, covered seating areas, and some agility equipment. This park tends to get muddy after the rain, so be sure to bring a towel to clean up muddy paws.
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