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Dog Areas in Snoqualmie

38 Parks
17 Trails
2 Shops
3 Eateries
3 Groomers

Beautiful Snoqualmie, Washington, is where several scenes of the iconic television series Twin Peaks were filmed. This mountain community 30 miles east of Seattle features an unusual number of parks, trails, and natural areas for a city its size. The pawsibilities for outdoor fun with your pup here are seemingly endless, whether you go to Snoqualmie Falls to pretend you're standing in front of the Twin Peaks' Great Northern Hotel, or head out for a longer hike on one of the area's many trail systems. Snoqualmie features several dog-friendly businesses and also has two veterinary clinics to address your pup's medical needs.

One of the best spots in Snoqualmie for a frolic with your furry friend is the Three Forks Natural Area just east of downtown. This 200-acre sanctuary on the Snoqualmie River features several walking trails with breathtaking views of unspoiled nature and access to the trailhead for the Snoqualmie River Trail. Its most pawsome feature for canine fans is undoubtedly the eight-acre off-leash dog park. In addition to room to roam, the Three Forks Dog Park features a water fountain for dogs, waste bag dispensers, and trash cans. 

With so much to do in the scenic city of Snoqualmie, you and your pup might just have to give yourselves a present and settle in for a season or two!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Snoqualmie

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    Population Density 2,755/sq mi

    #1 Downtown North Bend

    Downtown North Bend features a sight sure to delight Twin Peaks fans: Twede's Cafe, where the scenes at the fictional Double R Diner were filmed. You'll have to get your cherry pie to go, though, as there is no outdoor dining area at Twede's to cater to your canine companion. No worries, though—there are several other dog-friendly spots downtown. Mexican restaurant Rio Bravo has dog-friendly patio dining, and Piccola Cellar allows you to bring your pup along for a wine tasting! Parks abound, including the aptly named Si View Park, where you can get a great view of Mount Si. Riverfront Park has a beautiful walking trail along the river's edge and Torguson Park has everything from a skate park to a climbing wall. All feature natural wooded and grassy areas where dogs can stretch their legs. You will need to keep your dog on a leash and bring your own waste bags and water.
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    Population Density 507/sq mi

    #2 Meadowbrook/Tollgate

    Immediately south of Snoqualmie is the northernmost neighborhood of North Bend. Here is where you'll find the udderly unique Tollgate Farm Park, a sprawling 410-acre park that features a working farm. Canines inclined toward bovines will delight in seeing a passing herd when the season's right. There's more to this park than cows, though. Several miles of trails wind through open meadows and pastures with great views of the surrounding Cascade Mountains. Elk also often wander through the area. Out of concern for the safety of all animal visitors, the park requires that dogs remain on a leash at all times. You will also need to bring your own waste bags and water.
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    Population Density 991/sq mi

    #3 Snoqualmie Ridge

    The Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhood has more parks than you can throw a stick at. It's also got two great dog-friendly restaurants. Infusion Bar & Grill serves a wide range of food, while Brunello Ristorante features Italian food with locally-sourced ingredients. Both are quite close to Snoqualmie Community Park, a 33-acre park with several sports facilities. Half of the park is dedicated to the Laurel Bog Loop Trail, which winds through acres of unspoiled wilderness. A mile southeast of Community Park, Fisher Creek Park features a large playground area and mountain bike course, as well as access to several trails, including the Fisher Creek Trail, Snoqualmie Parkway (Ridge) Trail, and Kimball Creek Trail. The most adventurous walkers can pick up a map and follow miles of trails linking over a dozen parks in this neighborhood! Leashed dogs are welcome at all parks and you will need to bring your own waste bags and water.
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    Population Density 1,101/sq mi

    #4 Snoqualmie North

    The Snoqualmie North neighborhood lies just north of the bustle of downtown and fans out into a few residential areas. It features two great parks just across from one another: Sandy Cove Park and Railroad Park. Sandy Cove Park is a cozy picnic area on the banks of the Snoqualmie River. To the west, the four-acre Railroad Park features picnic tables, a pavilion, and a rose garden. At the north end of the park, you can pick up the paved Centennial Interpretive Trail for a half-mile walk. Both parks have grassy areas for your pup to explore and trash cans to throw away any doggie bags. You will need to bring your own waste bags and water though, and you'll have to keep your dog on a leash.
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    Population Density 495/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Snoqualmie

    Whether you're looking to wind down with a beer or wind up with a coffee, The Bindlestick is a great place to bring your dog. You will likely meet other puppy pals on their back patio. After you're amply refreshed, head down to the aptly named Riverview Park. This little gem on a bend of the Snoqualmie River is a great spot to snap pawsome photos of the pine-skirted rapids and the mountains looming just beyond them. A walkway winds through the park and links many lawns perfect for picnicking. Further south, next to the Three Forks Natural Area and off-leash dog park, you'll find Centennial Fields Park, where there's lots of open space to roam and romp in. Both parks include bathrooms and trash cans for your convenience. You will need to keep your dog on a leash though and bring your own waste bags and water.
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