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Dog Areas in Walla Walla

16 Parks
3 Trails
22 Shops
6 Eateries
7 Groomers

Walla Walla is surrounded by farmland in the foothills of the eastern mountain ridge, on the southern border of Washington. The city is known for its fertile land, making it a large producer of wheat, asparagus, strawberries, and the famous Walla Walla Sweet Onions. What's also sweet about Walla Walla is the dog-friendly culture surrounding the city, with lots of love for pups and 6 veterinarians.

The Fort Walla Walla Dog Park is the rave around town, thanks to its grassy fields and shaded areas that are completely fenced in, allowing dogs to run around free off their leash. The park has separate areas for large and small dogs, benches, a water spigot with water bowls, double-gated entrances, and clean-up stations.

Pioneer Park is a large park on the eastern side of the city. The area has a huge landscape filled with dense forests and open fields, with a mile of paved walkways that are dog-friendly. The open areas are great for running around with Fido, or going out for a picnic and include additional amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.

The Mill Creek Trail is another dog-friendly activity that's available in town. The popular walking trail follows 5.2 miles along the creek, made from concrete and asphalt with benches and trash bins. Dogs must remain on a leash on the trail.

Whether you need a long walk, a short stroll, or a day to play with Fido, Walla Walla has a space for every activity. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Walla Walla

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    Population Density 6,991/sq mi

    #1 Central Walla Walla

    Central Walla Walla is a bustling neighborhood, filled with small businesses and shopping districts for the residents. Despite the bustling streets, the best place to relax and unwind in the community is Jefferson Park, a lovely park with trees scattered throughout and open space for multipurpose use. There's a playground, a basketball court, and a pool. Dogs are always welcome in the park as long as they remain on a leash, and can enjoy a great place to run around and play fetch. Additional amenities here include water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The Ice-Burg Drive-In is another dog-friendly place in the neighborhood, that offers diner food and milkshakes. The restaurant also has outdoor dog-friendly seating, with water bowls for Fido.
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    Population Density 2,237/sq mi

    #2 Northern Walla Walla

    Northern Walla Walla is a tight-knit community with rows of residential homes, backed by miles of farmland to the north. Memorial Park is a great place to bring Fido whether you're looking for a walk or a place to run around. Althoughthe park is fenced in, pups still need to remain on a leash. This park offers open fields, a baseball diamond, shaded sitting areas, and paved walkways to explore. Washington Park is another park in the neighborhood that is a lot quieter, and features amenities like a looping trail, basketball court, playground, nighttime lights, water fountains, and benches.
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    Population Density 5,285/sq mi

    #3 Whitman College

    The Whiteman College neighborhood is best known for the community college campus in it. The area is also filled with lots of dog-friendly parks, like Wildwood Park. This area has dense, scattered trees with open space to run around in without having to worry about getting too hot. There's a playground, swingsets, a pavilion for picnics, a basketball court, and lots of room for Fido to play while on a leash. Xeriscape Park is another park in the community, and although it's much smaller, it is surrounded by bushes for privacy and has a small grassy area for Fido to walk around in. Do remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 3,421/sq mi

    #4 Melrose St/ N Wilbur Ave

    The Melrose Street and North Wilbur Avenue neighborhood is on the northeast corner of town, surrounded by old farmlands and views of the mountains. The Eastgate Lions Park is the largest park in the neighborhood, and houses three different baseball diamonds that are fenced-in. There's also a large parking area, trees for shaded sitting places, restrooms, a pavilion, barbeques, benches, water fountains, and looping paved walkways to walk Fido along. The Vista Terrace Park park is north and has a lot more shade and trees, with a playground, basketball court, benches, and trash bins. Don't forget to leash up Fido before heading out!
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    Population Density 3,245/sq mi

    #5 S Division St/ E Alder St

    The South Division Street and East Alder Street neighborhood is in the southeast corner of the city, and filled with bustling streets and residential homes. The best place to get outside in the community is the Howard-Tietan Park which has something for everyone. There's an inner part of the park that is fenced-in and has two baseball diamonds, with a playground, and a pavilion. The outside of the park is open, made of grassy fields, and surrounded by trees for privacy and shade. Fido will have plenty of space to run around and play and enjoy additional features like water fountains, benches, nighttime lights, and trash bins.
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