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Dog Areas in Orting

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1 Trail
1 Groomer
One of Washington’s oldest cities, Orting is situated in the shadow of Mount Rainier between the Puyallup and Carbon Rivers. This small community lies about an hour south of Seattle, so residents can reap the benefits of nearby big city amenities while maintaining a tight-knit community with a slower pace of life. Should your pup need to visit a vet, Orting has two animal clinics to serve you and Fido.

Pooches love the Orting Dog Park! The park has one acre of fully fenced-in grassy space with mature trees and puptacular views of Mount Rainier. There’s a doggie waste cleanup station and a water spigot with bowls available for thirsty pups.

For a furrific walk, check out the 20-mile Foothills Trail that winds through Orting along the Carbon River levee. You and your leashed pup will love the pawesome water views as you walk or bike down the paved trail. 

Need a place to stay? Pets are welcome for a small fee at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Puyallup, just a nine-mile drive from Orting. Puyallup also has several pet-friendly restaurants including Ivar’s Seafood Bar and Yeti Yogurt.

With a pawsome dog park and a puptacular trail, tails are always wagging in Orting!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Orting

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 662/sq mi

    #1 Orting City Center

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    Ready for some puptacular fun? Visit Orting’s City Center neighborhood’s Whitehawk Park! This woofderful spot has a huge grassy open space, plus benches and picnic tables, making it a pawpular place to hang out with leashed pups. The park also has a basketball court and a playground. The Foothills Trail also intersects with this furrific neighborhood, meandering through Central Park, past the iconic Orting Bell Tower and through Main City Park. Main City Park has tons of trees and open space, plus horseshoe pits, restrooms and a large playground. This neighborhood is also the home of the Orting Dog Park!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,378/sq mi

    #2 Route 5E/ 146th Ave E

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    There are two pawsome parks to choose from in Orting’s Route 5E/ 146th Ave E neighborhood! Burr Street Park is a quiet, well-maintained park with a walking path, benches and open grassy space where you and your leashed pup will love relaxing. The park also has a basketball court and cleanup baggies available. Hansberry Park is another woofderful spot to chill out with your leashed pooch. Similarly, the park has lots of grass, perfect for a picnic, plus benches, a basketball court, cleanup baggies, plus a playground. The 20-mile Foothills Trail also meanders through this Orting neighborhood! You and your leashed pup will love the exercise and the pawsome views!
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 6,173/sq mi

    #3 Puyallup City Center

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    What’s better than a dog park? How about two! That’s what you and Fido will find in the Puyallup City Center neighborhood, about ten miles from Orting! Locals love the Clark’s Creek Off-Leash Dog Park. This large, fully fenced-in area has plenty of open grassy space for your pooch to play, exercise and socialize. You and your leashed dog will also love exploring outside of the off-leash area at the encompassing Clark’s Creek Park. The 55-acre park has a woofderful nature trail with lots to see and sniff, plus picnic shelters with barbecue grills, a playground and restrooms. After you and your pooch have explored every inch of Clark’s Creek Park, head to the Puyallup Dog Park! This fenced-in park has two-thirds of an acre of grass where your pup can run free and burn off some energy.
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    Population Density 2,046/sq mi

    #4 Meeker

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    Want to spend some quality time in the great outdoors with your dog? Head to Puyallup’s Meeker neighborhood, about ten miles from Orting. The neighborhood’s Wildwood Park has 80 verdant acres of pawsome natural area where you and your leashed dog can have and adventure! Take a stroll with your dog down some of the woofderful nature trails! You and Fido will see sky-high trees, lush ferns and berry bushes and maybe even some wildlife. Adding to the peaceful ambiance, the park even has a waterfall! Wildwood Park also has a large picnic shelter, a playground, athletic fields and restrooms.
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    Population Density 2,643/sq mi

    #5 Meridian E/ 128th St E

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    Nestled in Puyallup’s Meridian E/ 128th St E neighborhood, you’ll find a pawsitively pawsome canine hangout – the South Hill Community Park! About ten miles from Orting, you and your leashed dog will love visiting this 40-acre park. There are tons of mature trees, open grassy fields and wetlands. The park also has picnic tables, restrooms and a playground. While you’re in the area, take a jaunt with your furry friend down the one-mile South Hill Loop Trail and the mile-and-a-half Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail that begin at the park. These paved trails are puptacular for exercising your dog and seeing some of the city’s beautiful, undeveloped natural areas!
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