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Dog Areas in West Lake Stevens

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About 36 miles northeast of Seattle, you’ll find the quiet town of West Lake Stevens. Though much of this town was annexed by the neighboring city of Lake Stevens several years ago to create one large community around the area’s namesake lake, West Lake Stevens still has its own identity. Residents enjoy plenty of shops, restaurants and amenities that make life comfortable in this small town.

For dogs and their owners, Willard Wyatt Park is the gem of the West Lake Stevens area, and a pawsome place to visit. On the shores of Lake Stevens, this park has epic views of the Cascade Mountains that you can enjoy while you relax on the beach or lawn. There is a dock with a gazeebo where you can fish, and a boat ramp. A designated swimming area can be found on the northeast end of the park, plus picnic tables and restrooms. There is a small fee to get into the park. Dogs are welcome as long as they’re leashed and they are cleaned up after.

If your pooch needs medical attention, there are four veterinary clinics just a three-mile drive to the east side of the lake, in Lake Stevens.

Whether you and Fido are just in the West Lake Stevens area for a day or you’re a local, you’re sure to have a puptacular time!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Lake Stevens

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    Population Density 725/sq mi

    #1 Cavalero Corner

    There will be lots of tail wagging in Lake Stevens’ Cavalero Corner neighborhood, about two miles southwest of West Lake Stevens. This neighborhood is understandably pawpular with pooches since it’s the home of the Cavalero Hill Off-Leash Dog Area. This beautiful dog park is huge! There are three whole acres of fenced-in meadows with trees and picnic tables. The ground is flat and grassy, and there’s tons of room to throw a ball or a Frisbee a long way. The park even has agility equipment like a tunnel and other beginner obstacles! There is also a separate yard designated just for shy and small dogs. You’ll need to bring your own cleanup baggies to the park.
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    Population Density 1,022/sq mi

    #2 Machias

    Looking for a pawsome place to walk with your leashed pup? Visit Lake Stevens’ Machias neighborhood, about three miles from West Lake Stevens. This neighborhood is home to Lake Stevens Community Park, a 40-acre green space that used to be an old homestead and logging site. The park has furrific walking paths surrounded by mature trees, making it a pleasant area for some exercise. In the fall, you and your pup will get an extra scenic walk as the trees lining the paved walking path change color. Also in the park, you’ll find a playground, picnic areas, restrooms, and athletic fields. Remember the cleanup bags for your walk with Fido.
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    Population Density 3,013/sq mi

    #3 Lake Stevens City Center

    Trail-loving dogs and their owners love the Lake Stevens City Center neighborhood, about three miles from West Lake Stevens. This neighborhood has a great access point to the 30-mile Centennial Trail near the intersection of 20th St NE and N Machias Rd. You and your leashed pooch will love walking on the Centennial Trail. It’s accommodating to lots of non-motorized recreation – horseback riders, hikers and bikers all enjoy the path. This scenic trail winds through many different Washington towns, including Snohomish, Arlington and Lake Stevens. There are restrooms, benches and picnic tables along the trail, but you’ll want to bring your own cleanup bags. If you’re hungry after your walk, visit the Buzz Inn Steakhouse. This neighborhood joint has pet-friendly tables, steaks, seafood, burgers and more.
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    Population Density 1,479/sq mi

    #4 S Machias Rd/ Machias Cutoff

    In the mood for a picnic with a side of history? Check out the S Machias Rd/ Machias Cutoff neighborhood in Snohomish, about four miles from West Lake Stevens. The neighborhood’s Machias Trailhead Park has a very cool replica of the 1890s railroad depot that used to serve the area. Adjacent to these old-style buildings, you and your leashed dog can enjoy a picnic in the pavilion, or go for a pawsome walk on the Centennial Trail which also runs through the park. The Machias Trailhead Park has lots of mature trees and grassy area, plus restrooms and benches. It’s a good idea to bring your own doggie waste cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 2,811/sq mi

    #5 Route 9/ Ave D

    There’s lots of fun to be had in this Snohomish neighborhood, about four miles from West Lake Stevens. Ferguson Park is a large, furrific neighborhood spot to take your leashed pup for some quality time. This park has large grassy areas, nature trails, a fishing dock and a playground! Ferguson Park also boasts a disc golf course with baskets located throughout the mature forested area. If you and Fido are looking for a pawsome picnic place, there are covered tables, plus benches that overlook scenic Blackmans Lake. Hill Park is another puptacular spot on the east shores of Blackmans Lake where you and your leashed dog can enjoy watching water fowl from the shoreline. There are also woofderful spots to relax at tables or in the grass near the lake, both in the sunshine and under shade trees.
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