Dog Walkers in Pacific, WA

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Pacific, WA

3 Parks
1 Trail
1 Groomer

Pacific, founded in the early 1900s, is a small community known for its agricultural history, nature, and peaceful atmosphere (hence the name Pacific). In addition to all the diverse activities and eateries, two vet clinics are available to welcome your pup and are just a paw away in neighboring Algona and Auburn--two cities often confounded with Pacific.

Kickstart your time in Pacific woofin’ and a waggin’ at the old-fashioned Pacific City Park set amid wide open grassy lawns and shady foot paths. Stroll alongside the river with Fido, leash in hand, as you woof in the fresh air and make furiends with local Washingtonians. Don’t leave the doggie waste bags at home, as scoop (and leash) laws are in effect.

While in town, Pacific welcomes you and your pup to rest your heads at the local Quality Inn & Suites Pacific-Auburn. This pup-friendly hotel invites doggoes up to 20 lbs to snooze next to their humans for an upfront, refundable deposit. It’s the pawfect destination for furry families looking for a laid-back, barking good time.

A visit to Pacific will simply be pawrific! Don’t wait to wag down south of Seattle to enjoy this surprising community full of creature and nature lovers.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pacific, WA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,853/sq mi

    #1 Pacific Downtown

    The Pacific Downtown neighborhood offers you and your canine a grand time exploring the King County Interurban Trail. This trail, once known as the historic route of the Puget Sound Electric Railway, now connects the towns lying south of Seattle. With over 18 miles of mostly flat paths, the King County Interurban Trail is very pawpular among bicyclists and pup-owners out on a morning jog. It’s the pawfect place to bring Fido for a little exercise or just for fun! Leash laws are enforced along the trail. On a clear day, you might even get the chance to see the towering Mt. Rainier to the south!
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,174/sq mi

    #2 West Lake Tapps

    For more outdoor fun, visit the neighboring town of Bonney Lake and the local Lake Tapps for miles of scenic lake views. Take Fido to the West Lake Tapps neighborhood for a woofderful bark park at the Banker’s Spit Dog Park!  Both the pooches and their owners who frequent this park are known for being super fur-iendly and welcoming. This 5 star park’s downside is that only members are allowed, so you’ll need to register before Fido can romp and roam freely off-leash, but it’s worth the paperwork even if you’re visiting for a weekend. If you don’t have time, there are plenty of pup-friendly paths around Lake Tapps where you can stroll with Fido on-leash.
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,435/sq mi

    #3 Auburn Center

    Wag north of Pacific to find the quaint city of Auburn, where pup-friendly eateries and hotels await you and Fido. Lounge outside with Fido at the pawpular Zola’s Cafe while you feast on homemade vegan and vegetarian dishes. Fresh muffins, cheesecakes, cookies, and more are available for sweet-toothed canines. Check-in at the La Quinta Inn & Suites Auburn for a pawtastic night’s sleep. There’s no additional cost to bring your Fido of any size. Fully booked? No worries, the Best Western Plus Mountain View Auburn Inn welcomes you and your small or large pup for a small additional fee per stay.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,870/sq mi

    #4 Federal Way Crossing

    Lying just northwest of Pacific, the Federal Way Crossing neighborhood in Federal Way offers you and your pup more oppawtunities to eat and sleep (the best combo!) Book a pet-furiendly room at the local Red Lion Inn & Suites or at the Days Inn Federal Way. Both hotels offer clean, furiendly rooms for an additional fee per stay (pet weight restrictions apply). When it’s treat time, sniff out no other than Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. Fido is welcome to lounge next to you as you slurp up a frozen cup of yogurt, or dig into one of their specialty waffle bowls made fresh daily!
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,715/sq mi

    #5 North Lake

    While in Federal Way, don’t miss out on the North Lake neighborhood for a furtastic time exploring North Lake and the local Lake Killarny Park. This little-known park is a local hotspot for doggoes and their humans who love to explore the great outdoors. At Lake Killarny Park, your pup is welcome to stroll with you, hike the extensive trail network, and even take a fresh dip in the lake! There are several water access points, but it’s wise to bring a full water bottle for you and Fido just in case. Don’t forget to bring clean up bags, and of course, Fido’s best leash!
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd