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Dog Areas in Sumner

4 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
1 Groomer

The scenery around Sumner is something from a fairy tale. This gorgeous city is surrounded by vibrant foothills and natural wildflowers that lead up to the mountainous background. Mt. Rainer is only 20 miles from Sumner, providing not only beautiful views, but is also the most glaciated peak in the US, spawning 6 major rivers. Not only is Sumner known for its lively outdoor activities, but also for its friendly hospitality to its four-legged residents. 

The Riverside County Park is a 50-acre area right along the Puyallup River that provides plenty of space and trails to leashed pups in the city. Fishing and exploration dominate the parks activities, and there's access to the river with small sandy banks and dirt paths that wind through the forested park. Fido is welcome to take a good hike or enjoy some time in the river for a swim.

If you and Fido want some space to run around, head to the Seibenthaller Park, where your pup will have plenty of room to fill his play and exercise needs. The park is a large open space that offers covered seating areas. Don't forget to leash your pup up before heading out for a walk!

The small town of Sumner has only one veterinarian, but provides enough open space for you and Fido to be able to get some exercise and play in every walk.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sumner

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,228/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Sumner

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    Downtown Sumner provides some interesting spaces for dog walkers. The area is home to the oldest and newest parks in the city, with Loyalty Park being the oldest. The area has a long run, and features some of the largest oak trees in the area, as well as vibrant grass and paved paths. There are picnic tables, a basketball court, water fountains, benches, and trash bins for leashed pups and humans. Rainier View Park is the newest addition to the cities parks with a rolling hill and grassy terrain, barbeque area, and picnic shelter. Pups will have plenty of room to run around and play, or long paths to enjoy a walk. Additional features include a clean-up station, water fountains, and benches.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,064/sq mi

    #2 Benroy

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    Benroy is a pleasant community featuring quiet rows of residential homes and views of the White River. Along the river is DBC's Adult Nite Park, a friendly park that's dog-friendly, with a lively open space along the river, and access to the sandy shoreline and fishing areas. There's plenty of room to run around and play for a leashed Fido. Or head out to the Summer Link Trail, which starts in the park and extends north and south along the White River. Surfaced with asphalt, this trail boasts no  amenities along the way, and pups should remained leashed.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,331/sq mi

    #3 Lake Tapps

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    Six miles northeast is Lake Tapps, a neighborhood in the town of Bonney Lake. Residents and visitors love to come here thanks to the Banker's Spit Dog Park, a peninsula along Lake Tapps that's completely fenced off for off-leash play. Dogs can enjoy the entire space of the peninsula, with forested trails, open spaces and beach access just for pups. Whether coming in for a short walk, a fun day at the beach, or some exercise, Fido will love it, especially with access to additional features like clean-up bags, benches, water fountains, and trash bins. The water area is not fenced in, so be careful when letting your pup swim!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 663/sq mi

    #4 Lakeland Hills II

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    The town of Auburn is 5 miles north of Sumner, and is home to the Roegner Park. This gem for dog walkers offers large open areas next to the river, and over 2.5 miles of paved trails that wind through the park. There are shaded sitting areas, a gravel shoreline for swimming, and playground. Dogs can play in the water, run around in the open space, or take a long walk along the trails while they remain on a leash, and can enjoy additional features like water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins.
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,510/sq mi

    #5 Puyallup City Center

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    The Puyallup City Center is a dog haven for humans and pups in the town of Puyallup, which is 5.5 miles from Sumner. The area boasts two dog parks. The Clarks Creek Off-Leash Dog Park is an off-leash area in the larger park of Clarks Creek Park, with over 2 acres dedicated to pups, separate areas for small and dogs, benches, surrounding trees for privacy, dog-sized water fountains, and clean-up stations. The Puyallup Dog Park offers 1-acre area that's fenced in for off leash pups, with a double-gated entrance. There are large jugs that are kept filled with water, and clean-up stations.
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