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Dog Areas in Rochester, WA

2 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
5 Groomers
A small community in Thurston County, Rochester is a fantastic area to visit with your furry pal by your side. Home to a great dog friendly restaurant, and a few amazing parks that you and Fido can visit, you both will be having a great time hanging out in Rochester. With one veterinarian in the town, your pup will be covered, leaving you feeling safe while exploring this puptown.

Take Fido to the Scatter Creek Wildlife Recreation Area for a fun day out. The 531-acre park offers great wildlife viewing and hiking trails that you and your pup can explore together. There are restrooms at the park. Watch out for flooding on the trails when you hike. 

If Fido wants a little less activity, check out the Theodore Hoss Sports Complex. This beautiful park offers baseball diamonds, a soccer field, grass to play in, and a nice walking trail. 

If you and Fido get a rumble in your tummy, stop into Figaro's Pizza. This casual pizza joint dishes out some delicious eats with a menu that includes appetizers, pasta, and a variety of different types of pizza. Their outdoor patio is dog friendly and they welcome your pup to dine alongside you.

Although Rochester is small, your dog will still love all the amenities this lovely town brings.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rochester, WA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,262/sq mi

    #1 South Union

    The Millersylvania State Park is a great park to explore with your furry friend. With 842-acres of outdoor space, and a lake, your dog will love coming to this pawsome park with you for camping or hiking. The park is open from dawn until dusk, and offers restrooms for dog parents. There are two main trails to hike, ranging from 7.6 to 8.6-miles long, and perfect for a nice afternoon walk. Your dog needs to stay leashed when you visit and cannot jump in the lake. Only thirteen miles out of Rochester in Olympia, your pup won't mind the small ride.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 248/sq mi

    #2 Blakeslee Junction

    Take Fido out to the Fort Borst Dog Park for a great day off leash to meet some new friends. This park features a large and small dog area, so your furry pal can play with pups his own size. Covered in trees to help provide shade, the park also features a ton of grass to roll around in. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags since the dog park does not provide any. If your pup would rather explore, take him out to Fort Borst Park which features a variety of sports fields, an arboretum, picnic area, and a nice walking trail. Only eleven miles out of Rochester in Centralia, your pup will love visiting this park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 400/sq mi

    #3 Wabash

    The Schaeffer County Park in Centralia is a fun park to let Fido explore with you by his side. This great park has hiking trails, a picnic area, fishing, plus other great amenities like an amphitheater, bird watching, and a volleyball field that you and your pup can enjoy together. Get a good walk in on the 2-mile hiking trail that will take you through a wooded area, great for exploring and sniffing. If your dog would rather relax, then enjoy the sheltered fire circles and horseshoe pits that the park offers. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you when you visit.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,131/sq mi

    #4 Mima

    Grab Fido and head out to the Glacial Heritage Preserve Off-Leash Dog Park. This pawsome park offers small and large dog areas, plus water, sand and gravel to run on, a digging area, and a walking path inside of the fenced in dog park. The park is open from 7:00 a.m. until dusk, so you and your pup will have an ample amount of time to enjoy the park. This pawsome dog park is located inside of the Glacial Heritage Preserve, but your pup isn't allowed in any other section of the preserve. Only seven miles out of Rochester in Olympia, your pup will have a great time off-leash at this park.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,186/sq mi

    #5 W Main St / Yew St

    Head into Centralia and check out Wagner Park with your furry pal. This lakeside park sits on Plummer Lake and offers a picnic area, fishing, benches for owners to relax on, and a playground. Take your dog along the lake for a good walk before heading out. If Fido would rather not be around the water, check out the Cedar Street Park. This cute park has a playground, baseball courts, picnic tables, and is fenced in for safety. There isn't a lot of grass to run around on, but there is a nice walking path around the park. Don't forget water and clean-up bags.
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