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Dog Areas in Sisco Heights

Travel about an hour north of Seattle and you’ll encounter the quiet, rural community of Sisco Heights. This tiny town is surrounded by farms and untouched open country. Sisco Heights’ residents have a grocery store and gas station in town, plus additional conveniences about seven miles away in the city of Arlington. Pooch need to see a dog doc? Arlington also has 12 veterinarians to care for your pup’s health needs.

While there’s no parks in Sisco Heights, you and Fido will find tons of fur-iendly amenities in Arlington! High energy pups and their people love hiking on the 30.5-mile Snohomish County Centennial Trail that runs north and south through Arlington. This multi-use trail is pawpular among hikers, bikers and equestrians. Leash your dog and start at the pawsome Armar Trailhead on 67th Ave NE and 152nd St NE in Arlington.

If you and Fido need overnight accommodations, the Quality Inn Arlington is a furrific pet-friendly hotel in the area.

Craving some delicious barbecue? Visit Arlington’s Moose Creek BBQ! This local joint serves up all kinds of smoky goodness, including smoked meat sandwiches, ribs, brisket and more at their pet-friendly outdoor tables. 

With Sisco Heights’ slower pace of life and rural charm combined with the nearby big city amenities, it’s understandable why pets and their people love this furrific town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sisco Heights

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,432/sq mi

    #1 Arlington City Center

    There will be tons of tail wagging in Arlington’s City Center neighborhood, about seven miles from Sisco Heights. This neighborhood has a pawpular canine hotspot, Country Charm Conservation Area. This 100-acre undeveloped open space is a pawsome place to exercise your leashed dog. On warm days, you and your pup will adore splashing and playing in the clear waters of the South Fork Stillaguamish River that borders the park. There are huge open meadows and tons of trees, too. For more leashed fun, take a trek down the Snohomish County Centennial Trail that bisects the neighborhood. At 30.2 miles, you and your pup will have tons of room to explore. Legion Memorial Park has a furrific trailhead where you can start your adventure on the trail in this neighborhood. Centennial Park, Jensen Park and Terrace Park are other pawesome area parks that welcome leashed dogs.
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    Population Density 613/sq mi

    #2 Pioneer Hwy E/ 59th Ave NE

    Got a pup who loves to paddle? Visit the Pioneer Hwy E/ 59th Ave NE in Arlington! About seven miles from Sisco Heights, this neighborhood’s Blue Stilly Park is a puptastic place to canoe, kayak or stand-up paddle board as it sits nestled on the gentle waters of the Stillaguamish River. The park has a sandy beach where leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy fun in the sun with their owners. There’s also a walking path that meanders through the park’s forested area. For another pawsome neighborhood park, visit High Clover Park. With tons of mature trees and a large lawn, this park is a furrific spot for a picnic with Fido!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,180/sq mi

    #3 188th St NE/ Smokey Point Blvd

    If you’re in the mood for a unique walking experience with your leashed dog, check out Arlington’s 188th St NE/ Smokey Point Blvd neighborhood. About seven miles from Sisco Heights, this area’s Arlington Airport Trail is a pawpular dog walking spot for its amazing mountain views and its interpretive learning opportunities. The six-mile loop trail winds around the perimeter of the airport and it’s dotted with educational kiosks that share the story of the airport’s major role in training pilots during World War II. On the western side of the loop, the trail meanders through a lush forested area, while the east side is more developed, intersecting with industrial areas and Bill Quake Memorial Park. For another pawesome neighborhood park, visit J. Rudy York Memorial Park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 258/sq mi

    #4 Jordan/ Riverside

    There’s plenty of wide open spaces perfect for a furrific adventure in the Jordan/ Riverside neighborhood. In Arlington, about seven miles from Sisco Heights, this neighborhood’s River Meadows County Park has 150 acres of huge open meadows and wooded areas where your pup can play, romp and explore. In warmer months, the park is full of wildflowers and flowering trees, making it a puptacular area to spend the day with Fido. The park also has beach access to the Stillaguamish River, campsites and picnic areas. Talk a hike on of the park’s nature trails with your leashed dog, like the Great Meadow Loop, or the Funnel Meadow Trail.
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    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Granite

    Looking for a pawsome off-leash dog park? Visit the Downtown Granite neighborhood in Granite Falls, about nine miles from Sisco Heights. There, you’ll find the pawpular Eagle Dog Park, a woofderful spot for Fido to run, play and socialize. This pleasant park is fully fenced-in with tons of grass, shade, benches and drinking fountains. There are also designated areas for large and small dogs. Eagle Dog Park even has agility tunnels and doggie waste cleanup stations. Leashed dogs are also welcome at the neighborhood’s Jim Holm Park, where there are picnic areas, a playground, a basketball court and a skate park. There’s a furrific walking path too, where you and your pooch can enjoy a delightful walk through this beautiful park.
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