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Dog Areas in Washougal

11 Parks
3 Trails
19 Shops
18 Eateries
1 Groomer

Fur traders came this way in the late 1700s. They decided to travel up the mouth of the river to try and find its source. They ended up in what is now Washougal, Washington. The fertile land was great for farming and growing crops, so it quickly attracted settlers. Just a little while from here is where Louis and Clark camped on their famous expedition.

Today, Washougal still has just as much natural beauty as it did when the first settlement was established here, which makes it perfect for exploring with your pup! Gibbons Creek Wildlife Trail will be an epic adventure for you and your pooch. The trail takes you down a wooded path that has multiple footbridges along the Columbia River and its wetlands. You'll have to stay on the trail because it is easy to get lost in the marshes. Leashes are required, but with so much to see and smell, your dog won't mind at all!

For a full adventure, head on over to Reed Island State Park. You can camp, fish, and walk the trails. There is so much of the Columbia River basin to explore that you could easily spend a week here and not see it all. Your dog will have a blast in all the natural areas!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Washougal

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 249/sq mi

    #1 NE 149th Street

    Brush Prairie Dog Park is the perfect place to bring your dog to socialize with other dogs. It is almost eight acres of fenced-in green space where you can run and play. Brush Prairie is just about twenty miles from Washougal. The park provides everything that you'll need to have a good time. The water is turned off in the winter, so remember to bring your own in the off-season. They provide cleaning stations stocked with doggie waste bags so that you can clean up after your dog. This is the only off-leash park in the area, so come and make use of it!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,022/sq mi

    #2 Mt. Tabor

    Mount Tabor Park is a 200-acre park where you can bring your dog to walk the trails and play. Four of the acres are designated as off-leash areas so that your dog can run and play freely. It is about twenty-three miles to get here, but it is well worth it because it is such a big space to play in. You will need to bring your own water and doggie waste bags. Bring a leash if you plan on playing in the areas besides the off-leash area.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,638/sq mi

    #3 Hawthorne

    Who doesn't like waffles? When you are all done playing at Mount Tabor Park, be sure to stop by The Waffle Window. It is located in Portland, about twenty-three miles from Washougal. It has a walk-up window so that you and your dog can grab some waffles and sit at one of their outdoor tables. As long as you have a leash, your dog is welcome. The locals say that you should try the Three B waffle, topped with basil, Brie, and bacon. Everyone love cheese and bacon, so you can't go wrong with it!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,932/sq mi

    #4 Pacific Community Park

    In seventeen miles, you can get from Washougal to Vancouver. This is where you will find Dakota Memorial Dog Park. This eight-acre dog park has a double-gated entrance to make sure that your dog is safe while he plays. There is a trail, an agility course, logs to climb, and plenty of open space to run and play in. They provide both doggie waste bags and water at the watering station. Before you leave, be sure to take advantage of the rinse station so that you won't have paw prints on your car seats!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,018/sq mi

    #5 Sandy River Delta

    Thousand Acres is quite literally a thousand acres of space located in Troutdale, just twenty-four miles from Washougal. The best part? All of these acres are completely off-leash! You and your dog can explore all day long if you want to. There is even water to splash and play in on hot days. Be sure to bring plenty of water for you and your dog. Please remember that there are no boundaries or fences, so if your dog isn't good with voice commands, you may want to opt to stay on the leash.
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