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Dog Areas in Three Lakes

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Some of Washington State’s most fun and scenic outdoor recreation takes place in some of the state’s smallest towns – just like Three Lakes! About a 40-mile drive northeast of Seattle, Three Lakes is a very quiet and tight-knit community, with tons of outdoor fun right out the backdoor!

Pooches and their people love the area’s open natural spaces, especially Flowing Lake Park. Flowing Lake is the middle lake in the chain of three that gives this town its name. Situated between Storm Lake and Panther Lake, Flowing Lake has 195 acres of forested land, and 132 acres of beautiful waters where you and your leashed dog can adventure. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy boating, water skiing and fishing. The lake is also a pawpular spot for kayaking and canoeing with pups. There are pet-friendly campsites, too!

If a hotel better suits you and Fido, the Best Western Cascadia Inn is just 11 miles away in Everett. The hotel welcomes pups for an additional fee in their cozy and clean pet-friendly rooms.

There are some pawsome fur-iendly dining options near Three Lakes. Travel about six miles west to Snohomish and choose from an array of restaurants, including Sound to Summit Brewing. 

With its outdoor recreation opportunities and proximity to big city amenities, pups and people agree, Three Lakes gets four paws up!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Three Lakes

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    Population Density 2,065/sq mi

    #1 Rees Corner

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    Looking for a woofderful dog park experience? Visit Snohomish’s Rees Corner neighborhood, about six miles from Three Lakes. The neighborhood is home to a pawsitively amazing off-leash area, Willis Tucker Dog Park. The fully fenced-in area has more than 10 acres to suit dogs with all kinds of preferences and needs. For smaller, older or shy dogs, there’s a special separate yard, aimed at maintaining a more low-impact environment for sensitive pooches. There is also a six-acre meadow with tons of natural vegetation and trees where you and your dog can walk freely and explore all the sights and sounds. For pups that prefer a jaunt in the woods, there’s an additional 1.25-acre forested area with a trail meandering through it.  Leashed dogs are welcome in the other areas of Willis Tucker Park, where there are walking paths, restrooms, picnic tables and a playground.
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    Population Density 3,941/sq mi

    #2 Snohomish City Center

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    Snohomish’s City Center neighborhood has parks, trails and eateries you and Fido will love! About six miles from Three Lakes, this neighborhood’s Cady Park has hiking and biking trails along the woofderful Snohomish River where leashed dogs are welcome. There’s also a boat launch for non-motorized watercraft, so you and your paddling pup can access the water easily! The neighborhood’s River Trail is a pawsome place to walk your leashed dog. On the trail, you’ll see Snohomish’s charming downtown area. Pilichuck Park is another furrific park in the area where leashed dogs are welcome. Be sure to check out some of the area’s puptastic restaurants that welcome dogs, including Trails End Taphouse and The Hungry Pelican.
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    Population Density 2,811/sq mi

    #3 Route 9/ Ave D

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    There’s woofderful fun for everyone in the family in Snohomish’s Route 9/ Ave D neighborhood, about six miles from Three Lakes! Furguson Park is a pawpular spot in the neighborhood to bring children, both furry and human! This huge park is located on Blackmans Lake and has a large playground for kiddos, a disc golf course, hiking and biking trails and a fishing dock. There are mature trees and tons of open grassy spots. You and your leashed pup will love exploring the shoreline of the lake. Furguson Park also has picnic tables, restrooms and drinking fountains. On the east side of the lake, you’ll find Hill Park, another furrific place to hang out with your leashed dog. Hill Park has a more serene, undeveloped setting, making it a perfect spot to soak up the sun, or relax under a tree on the shores of the lake.
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    Population Density 1,479/sq mi

    #4 S Machias Rd/ Machias Cutoff

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    If just the thought of a good trail makes your pooch’s tail wag, visit Snohomish’s S Machias Rd/ Machias Cutoff neighborhood! About seven miles from Three Lakes, this neighborhood has a great access point to the 30-mile Centennial Trail at Machias Trailhead Park. The park has tons of shade, grass, restrooms and benches, making it a pawsome place for a picnic before or after your jaunt down the trail. The Centennial Trail is a 10-foot wide multi-purpose trail that winds through the area. Its beautiful natural scenery and close proximity to residential areas makes the trail pawpular for biking, walking and horseback riding.
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    Population Density 725/sq mi

    #5 Cavalero Corner

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    Want to challenge your pup’s agility ability? Visit Lake Stevens’ Cavalero Corner neighborhood, about nine miles from Three Lakes. The Cavalero Hill Off-Leash Dog Area has three acres of fully fenced-in space for your pooch to run and play. The park also has some agility equipment that you can utilize with your furry friend! This off-leash area also has a designated area for small or shy dogs who need a quieter, calmer social atmosphere. Both areas are grassy and have mature trees where your pup will love sniffing and exploring. There’s also tons of room for a game of fetch. For humans, the park has benches and picnic tables. Bring your own cleanup bags to this off-leash area.
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