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Dog Areas in Redmond, WA

2 Trails
1 Shop
3 Eateries
10 Groomers

Redmond, Washington, is a nice community only a stone’s throw away from Seattle, which is known as the Bicycle Capital of the Northwest. There are many bicycle paths and trails through the city and its surroundings. Some of these trails are also open to hikers and dog owners looking for a suitable place to walk their dogs.

There are many other places in Redmond, Washington, for dogs to get some exercise, aside from the trails. Probably the best option among these is Marymoor Park, which is dubbed Doggy Disneyland by the locals. The park is a massive 40 acres in size and consists of large areas of woods, water, and open fields. Dogs do not have to be on a leash.

Redmond also offers other interesting attractions for dogs and their owners. The community baseball fields at Hartman Park allows dogs as long as they are on a leash. Seattle FlyDogs is a community club devoted to flyball, an athletic activity designed for dogs which offers recreation and exercise for owners and their canine friends.

Travelers with pets that are looking for a place to stay in Redmond, Washington, should check out the Residence Inn by Marriott, Hyatt House or Redmond Marriott Town Center. These hotels not only offer a luxurious room; the rooms are also pet-friendly.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Redmond, WA

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    Population Density 4,840/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Redmond

    Downtown is a muttropolitan area, with plenty of small community parks for a leisurely stroll during the day. Anderson Park is the oldest park in the city, with plenty of green grass for your pup to enjoy. Heron Rookery is also an urban 4.6 acre forest, complete with sniff-tastic trails. In addition, the Sammamish River Trail is a must for active dogs, with 11 miles of trails to explore. If you fancy a refreshment, the Malt & Vine have over 20 craft beers, with a spacious dog-friendly beer garden. The Spazzo has outdoor tables where pets can join you, and the Tipsy Cow will even bring out a water bowl for your dog to enjoy their own drink!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,085/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Redmond


    Marymoor Park is a dream come true for your pup and is known as Doggy Disneyland for its pawsome off-leash area! The Marymoor Off-Leash Dog Park has 40 acres of grass and woodlands to go on an adventure with your pup, as well as make new furry friends along the way. There are sniff-tastic looping trails to explore, with water access for your dog to go for a swim. Plastic pick-up bags are provided in case you fur-got, and the wash station cleans muddy paws after an active day. In this puptown, you can also find dog-friendly restaurants, such as the Pomegranate Bistro and Mercurys Coffee Co that welcome dogs at their outdoor tables.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 14,129/sq mi

    #3 Education Hill


    For an active day out, check out Hartman Park. With 40 acres of trails around the perimeter, this is sure to tire out your energetic pup. While dogs are more than welcome in this pawsome family park, there are also cyclists on the trails; keeping your pup on his leash will ensure everybody has a great time! If your dog likes to ruff it, he will love the Nike Neighborhood Park. With five acres of forest trails, there are plenty of new smells and sights to keep your pooch engaged with nature, as well as picnic tables to stop and enjoy a rest. Meadow Park is also fun for all the family, with trails and plenty of open space to play fetch with your pup.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 270/sq mi

    #4 Bear Creek


    Bear Creek Park is a modest sized park in the neighborhood, with green spaces for your furry friend to enjoy. In particular, the Bear and Evans Creek Trail is 1.5 miles long and is the perfect place to exercise if your dog is your jogging buddy. If you would rather escape the hustle and bustle of the city, head to Perrigo Park. This beautiful park has over 27 acres of land to explore, which is popular for exercising family pups and playing games. There are plenty of picnic tables to chill out and even Bark-B-Q grills for sunny days!

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    Population Density 10,429/sq mi

    #5 Grass Lawn

    Grass Lawn Park is just like its name suggests, with open green spaces your furry friend will love! Your dog is allowed to roam freely, as long as they remain on their leash. For pups that love to go the distance and embark on an adventure, explore the sniff-tastic nature trails around Grass Lawn Park. This is sure to satisfy your pup! When you both need a rest, you can relax at the picnic shelter, which has plenty of tables to retreat for some shade.
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