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Dog Areas in Tukwila

17 Parks
2 Shops
8 Eateries
1 Groomer

The beautiful town of Tukwila, Washington is full of pawesome things to do with your dog. This town has lots of dog-friendly parks and restaurants that welcome pups. If your dog needs a check-up, there are two highly-rated clinics in town.

If you’re looking for a great place to go hiking with your dog, Duwamish Hill Preserve is perfect for you. This preserve welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has beautiful trails that go through a forest, meadows, and wetlands. Bring some water and doggy bags with you, and have a fun time exploring this preserve.

Tukwila Park is another good place to go for on-leash walks with your dog. This 6.5-acre park is home to a small but lovely wooded area where you and your dog can hike together. As you go through the woods, you’ll pass by native firs and stunning rhododendron bushes. If you’re hungry after your walk, the park has picnic areas with charcoal BBQ pits where you can grill up lunch. You and your dog will always have a great time here!

With its many dog-friendly parks and restaurants, Tukwila has something to offer every dog. When you’re in Tukwila, one thing’s for sure: you’ll never to worry about running out of things to do with your furry best friend!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tukwila

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    Population Density 959/sq mi

    #1 Southcenter


    Southcenter is home to Tukwila Pond Park, a great place to take your dog for a fun on-leash stroll. This 25-acre park has one beautiful path that goes around Tukwila Pond. Along the path, there are viewing areas that jut out over the pond, providing amazing views of the water. There are also plenty of benches where you can sit and enjoy the view with your dog. Bring doggy bags with you, and have fun exploring this peaceful park. If you want to get something to eat after your walk, head to Duke’s Chowder House. Grab a table on their dog-friendly outdoor patio, and enjoy a wide variety of seafood dishes, including fish tacos, fish and chips, and delicious clam and lobster chowders.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,290/sq mi

    #2 Foster


    If you’re looking for another furrific place to take your dog for an on-leash walk, check out Riverton Park. This community park has peaceful walking paths that go through the woods and past meadows where your dog can roll around in the grass. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and have a fun day out at the park with your pup. If your dog is a good boy or girl at the park, treat them to a puppuccino at Starbucks. Sit at one of Starbucks’ six dog-friendly outdoor tables, and have a good time sharing a drink with your favorite pup!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,804/sq mi

    #3 Pioneer


    This Tacoma neighborhood is home to a popular beach and dog run, Chambers Bay Off-Leash Park and Beach. Located 31 miles from Tukwila, this pawesome park includes an off-leash beach where your dog can run on the sand and play in the water. If your dog isn’t a fan of the water, they can spend time in Chambers Bay’s off-leash dog park. This dog park includes separate fenced areas for big dogs and small or shy dogs.  Both areas offer large fields where your pup can run and make new friends, and water and doggy bags are available for your pup in the park. This fun-filled park is perfect for every dog!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,463/sq mi

    #4 South Delridge


    Seattle’s South Delridge neighborhood is home to a pawesome off-leash area, Westcrest Dog Park. This 8.4-acre dog park is about eight miles from Tukwila, and it has separate areas for large dogs and small or shy dogs to play in. The big dog area has a gravel walking path where your pup can go for off-leash walks, and both areas have large fields where dogs can run and play. While your dog runs around, you can watch from one of the park’s shady benches. If your dog gets thirsty while they’re playing, water is available. Your pup will always have a good time at this fun-filled off-leash park!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 391/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Seattle


    If you’re searching for another puptastic off-leash area, check out Warren G. Magnuson Park. Located 18 miles from Tukwila, this off-leash area is right on Lake Washington, and it has a beach area where dogs can play in the sand and go swimming. The park also has two fenced-in fields: one for large dogs and one for small dogs. These fields are perfect for games of catch. If all this excitement makes your dog thirsty, doggy water fountains are available. If you want to go for a bite to eat after the dog park, head to Veraci Pizza and Pasta. Sit at one of their four dog-friendly outdoor tables, and dine on pizzas and pasta dishes made with local ingredients.

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