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Dog Areas in Seatac

10 Parks
3 Eateries

The town of Seatac, Washington is a pawesome place for any dog to call home! This suburban town is home to 10 parks that welcome dogs, including one popular off-leash dog park. Seatac also has delicious dog-friendly restaurants. While there are no veterinary clinics in Seatac itself, there are many good options in Seatac’s neighboring towns of Des Moines and Tukwila.

Want to take your pup for an on-leash hike? Check out Seatac’s Des Moines Creek Park. This park has many beautiful trails you can explore with your pup. One of the most popular trails is the Des Moines Creek Trail, a paved path that goes through the woods and passes Des Moines Creek. There are also many other small, unpaved trails that meander through the woods. Bring doggy bags with you, and enjoy hiking in this park.

Washington Park Arboretum is another good place to go for an on-leash walk with your pup. This park is about 17 miles from Seatac, in Seattle, and it has an extensive network of trails that go through groves of native Washington trees. There are also trails that go along Lake Washington. 

You and your pup will have a great time here and in the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Seatac!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Seatac

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    Population Density 7,543/sq mi

    #1 South 228 Street

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    This neighborhood is home to Seatac’s one off-leash dog area, Grandview Off-Leash Dog Park. This 37-acre park features an open field your pup can run around in. There are also trails where your pup can hike off-leash. Plus, the park has an agility course that includes tires to run through, ramps to climb, and more. If your dog gets thirsty, dog water fountains are available. The park isn’t fully enclosed, so be sure to keep your pup under voice control while they’re playing. Bring a tennis ball or one of your pup’s favorite toys, and have a great day out at the park!

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    Population Density 7,543/sq mi

    #2 International Blvd

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    If you’re searching for a fun place to walk your pup in Seatac, check out Angle Lake Park. This park welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has a paved walking path that goes around Angle Lake. There are also open fields near the lake that are perfect if your dog loves rolling around in the grass. Take a leisurely stroll around the lake with your pup, and enjoy the stunning views of the bright blue water. If you’re looking for a pick-me-up after your walk in the park, head over to Jasper’s Coffee. This café welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables and serves hot and cold coffee drinks, smoothies, and milkshakes.

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    Population Density 3,245/sq mi

    #3 Sunset Beach

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    For another great off-leash dog park, head over to this Tacoma neighborhood and check out Chambers Bay Off-Leash Park and Beach. This fun off-leash area is located 29 miles from Seatac. Here, your pup can splash and swim in the Puget Sound or play in the sand. If your dog doesn’t like playing in the water, Chambers Bay also has a fenced-in dog park where your dog can run and play in a grassy field. There’s also a separate area for small and shy dogs. If your dog gets thirsty after all that playing, dog water fountains are available; just remember to bring waste bags with you.  

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    Population Density 7,506/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Renton

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    Downtown Renton is home to another furtastic off-leash area, Cedar River Off-Leash Dog Park. Located seven miles from Seatac, this dog park has two separate areas: one for large dogs and one for small dogs. Both areas have fun agility courses, and they also have lots of space for your dog to run around in. There’s also a water station available for your pup inside the park. If you want to go for a bite to eat with your dog after the park, head to Marianna Ristorante. Sit at one of their four dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy pizzas, pasta dishes, traditional antipasti, and more.

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    Population Density 7,100/sq mi

    #5 Lake City

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    Located 22 miles from Seatac, Seattle's Lake City neighborhood is home to a unique indoor/outdoor dog park called Dogwood Play Park. To get into the park, you’ll have to pay a small fee. Once you do that, you’ll have access to the expansive space, which includes an 8,000 square foot indoor park and a large outdoor patio. The indoor park has fun equipment for your dog to play on, including ramps to climb. There’s also a great dog bakery located inside the play park, The Seattle Barkery! This bakery offers homemade treats your dog is sure to love, including dog biscuits, cupcakes, and pretzels. While your pup munches on their treat, you can enjoy a drink or a snack from Dogwood Play Park’s coffee and beer bar. 

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