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Dog Areas in Sammamish

8 Parks
5 Trails
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Sammamish, WA is certainly in an excellent spot. Thirty three minutes from Seattle and neighbor to the tech hub of Redmond, this small, family-friendly town is completely surrounded by some of the most fantastic scenery that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Sammamish has its roots in three resort towns that were amalgamated, and it’s easy to see why tourists flocked to the area. The town is bordered by Lake Sammamish to the west and Sonalquine Valley in the east, and you and your pooch are sure to have a pawsitively excellent time exploring the many fur-friendly trails in the area!

In 2012, Sammamish was voted America’s friendliest town, and that warm welcome definitely extends to your canine companion! The town has its own dedicated dog park, and there are three veterinary clinics in the area to take good care of your buddy, with emergency out-of hours services available a short drive away in nearby Bellvue. For doggy dining, check out MOD Pizza on NE 8th Street. This Sammamish staple serves up delicious slices made from the freshest ingredients, and your pup is welcome to chow down at an outdoor table.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sammamish

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    Population Density 2,447/sq mi

    #1 Beaver Lake Park


    Make no bones about it, your pup will adore the Beaver Lake Dog Park in South Sammamish! The park is a little hard to find -- it’s at the end of the trail next to the baseball fields, but it’s well worth taking the time to sniff it out. There’s plenty of space to run and play catch in this wide, open area, and there’s a little woodland on the edge for your pooch to explore. Water and bags are provided, and owners are sure to appreciate the chipped bark surface, which stops the area getting muddy in the Pacific Northwest weather!

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    Population Density 2,535/sq mi

    #2 Issaquah Highlands

    The Issaquah Highlands are just seven miles away from Sammamish, and well worth the drive. The area is home to the East Sammamish Lake Trail, one of the most famous and beautiful hiking routes in the area. Leashed pooches are welcome on the 11-mile, tree lined corridor -- just watch out for cyclists! If your furry friend needs to run free, stop by the Issaquah Highlands Bark Park. Though the Beaver Lake Dog Park is much bigger, this furrific little off-leash area has the advantage of breathtaking views of the mountains. If you have time, be sure to stop by Civilized Nature Healthy Pet Supplies on Highlands Drive to pick up some well-deserved treats!
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    Population Density 4,723/sq mi

    #3 Southeast Redmond

    Marymoor Dog Park in Redmond is a favorite of local dog owners. If your pooch loves swimming as part of their off-leash adventures, they’ll have a whale of a time splashing about in the creek that runs right through the fenced-in area! The park doesn’t have a separate area for small dogs, but the pawsitively huge size and doggy obstacle course go a long way towards making up for it! Once you and your pup are all tired out, check out Postdoc Brewing at the park entrance. The dog loving owners will allow your pup in the tasting room, so there’s no need to leave your buddy outside while you order!
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    Population Density 5,307/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Redmond

    For a less energetic outing, you and your four-legged friend can check out downtown Redmond, just seven miles from Sammamish. This two-story, outdoor mall features many pup-friendly stores -- just pick up a brochure at the mall office to see which cater to canine customers! Check out Eastside Dog for tasty treats and pawesome accessories. The friendly staff are happy to have pups come visit. Of course, there are also plenty of places nearby where you and your buddy can chow down. The Tipsy Cow Burger Bar will even provide bowls of water for doggy diners!
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    Population Density 1,857/sq mi

    #5 North Issaquah

    If you and your pooch feel like getting back to nature, there are few better places to do so than Lake Sammamish State Park. This vast natural area boasts two lakefront beaches and a trail for every ability, and your pup is welcome as long as they stay on leash! Bags are provided, but be sure to bring your own water, and insect repellent is a must during the summer months. There’s plenty of parking, but you’ll need to purchase a pass in order to access the park itself. After your walk, you two can stop in at Tully’s for a much needed pick-me-up. The coffee is excellent, and wagging tails are welcome at the cafe’s outdoor tables.
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