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Located about 22 miles outside of Seattle is the exurban community of Preston. Preston lies beyond the suburbs of Seattle, making it a great location for people who enjoy peace and quiet but still want a quick commute to work in the city. As Preston grows, though, small stores are starting to pop up in the community. This includes a general store that can provide most of the everyday items people would need. Preston also has its own post office.
Unfortunately, living in an exurban community does have some disadvantages for pet owners. For example, Preston does have a vet clinic, but they only make house calls. There’s not a physical office where you can take your sick or injured pet. Preston also doesn’t have any dog-friendly dining options, and there aren’t any dog parks you can take your canine companion to. Don’t fret, though! The nearby cities of Seattle and Issaquah have got you covered, and they’re both just a short drive away. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, don’t overlook Preston, even if it’s just for a day trip. You never know what you might find!
Located in the heart of Preston is the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail. This trail is nearly seven miles long, so it’s perfect for hikers of all proficiency levels. Lush greenery surrounds the trail, which also runs along a beautiful creek. While you might want to make sure to bring your camera along, you can also bring along something even better: your canine companion! Fido can join you on the trail as long as he remains on his leash. Make sure you have plenty of water and bring along some waste disposal bags to clean up after your pup.
If you’re looking to grab a bite to eat with your chow hound in tow, make no bones about it: Issaquah’s Newport neighborhood is a great place to go! Located about ten minutes from Preston, this neighborhood is home to Garlic Crush, which serves delicious Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy a kefta sandwich or a gyro salad. Fido can sit with you at any of the outdoor tables. He’ll need to stay on a leash for the duration of your visit, and he’ll also need to be on his best behavior. For dessert, visit the neighborhood’s Baskin-Robbins for delicious ice cream.
Issaquah Highlands, located about ten minutes from Preston, is home to Issaquah Highlands Bark Park! This popular dog park isn’t too fancy, but it has plenty of room for your energetic pooch to run around and get his exercise. This off-leash dog park is completely fenced in, so you don’t have to worry about your dog slipping out of the park. Previously, some bully breeds were banned at this park, but locals say the sign proclaiming this has recently come down. Have a ball at Issaquah Highland Bark Park! Please bring water and waste disposal bags when you come.
Grandview Off-Leash Dog Park, located in SeaTac, isn’t just up the road from Preston; it’s actually about a 45-minute drive away. However, this dog park certainly makes the drive worth it. Grandview is a 37-acre dog park where your dog can run around, play a game of fetch, and make some pawesome new friends. This dog park isn’t gated, but with how large it is, locals insist there’s no need for it to be. Grandview also provides a beautiful view Mount Rainier, and there’s also agility equipment for adventurous pups to train on.
In Renton, which is about twenty minutes from Preston, you and your playful pup will find Cedar River Off-Leash Dog Park. This park has plenty of room for Fido to run around and get his daily exercise. Like most dog parks, this one has a separate area for smaller dogs so that they can safely play with pooches their own size. Just outside of the dog park is the Cedar River Trail, where you and your leashed dog can go for a hike! Bring along comfortable walking shoes and plenty of water for both of you.
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