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Dog Areas in West Richland

West Richland is an inviting Washington city that is part of the state’s Tri-Cities area. Richland, Kennewick, and Pasco are the cities that make up the metropolitan area, and they are split up by the beautiful and historic waters of the Yakima River. West Richland and its neighbors offer something for everyone, especially those who have furry paws accompanying them on their travels!

The city of West Richland cares about its dogs — there are seven vets this side of the Yakima. There are also over twenty Fido-approved lodging choices in the Tri-Cities area, so travelers can be sure to find a comfortable place to stay. And when you’re visiting here, you’ll want to stay, because there are so many things for you and your canine companion to do! The small community parks that dot the city are a great place to stretch your legs and enjoy some fresh air. And there are many dog-friendly restaurants and cafés to choose from if you’re hungry — you’ll find fine dining, delicious pizza, and everything in between.  Or just walk through the city streets that overlook the two beautiful rivers that flow through town.

However you decide to explore West Richland, you’re in for a trip you’ll never furget!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Richland

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    Population Density 607/sq mi

    #1 Downtown West Richland


    The heart of West Richland provides a great escape from the nearby urban areas. It is something between a small town and a suburb, and it has lots of small parks and restaurants that you can enjoy with a four-legged friend! Enterprise Neighborhood Park is a small community park on Peony Street that serves as a great place for a meditative stroll. Right across the road is The Park at Lakes. True to its name, this park rests beside a small lake and has a hiking trail that you don’t want to miss. Coffee Town Espresso is a nice café in West Richland that can accommodate dogs at their outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 1,365/sq mi

    #2 South Richland


    South Richland is a must-visit neighborhood for dog owners because there are just so many things to do there! Have some delicious pizza and craft beer at Stick and Stone, a local favorite restaurant with outdoor seating for those with paws. Also, be sure to swing by Badger Mountain Dog Park for some off-leash playtime. There's a 2.5-acre area for large dogs and a half-acre area for small dogs. The dog park also has water available, and it is a part of the surrounding Badger County Community Park. For a meal afterward, choose from six Fido-approved restaurants with outdoor seating! Bone Appetit!

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    #3 Quail Springs


    The area near the Quail Springs apartment complex is a beautiful suburban neighborhood that you’ll definitely want to check out if you’re in the area. It is a great place to explore on foot, as the green lawns, charming trees, and neighborly community all come together to create a one-of-a-kind setting you’ll love. Brookstone Park epitomizes this unique Northwestern atmosphere: spanning just two and a half acres, it is a small but welcoming community park with a nice walking path lined with benches and a variety of trees. For a taste of nature, head to Candy Mountain Trail — it provides a breathtaking view of the area and is a terrific example of the Northwestern shrub-steppe environment.

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    #4 Queens Gate


    The Yakima River divides the city of Richland from West Richland, and if you journey across, you’ll find plenty to do with your dog. James J. Lawless Park is a nice location for a stroll, as is Howard Amon Park, which overlooks the Columbia River. There are also many restaurants in town with dog-friendly outdoor seating. The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf is great for a light meal and hot beverage. For something more substantial, try The Kitchen at Barnard Griffin — it’s a winery and dining room with delicious food you can enjoy overlooking a scenic Northwestern vista. They offer small snacks to eat while you sample their wine or full-sized entrees.

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    #5 Northern West Richland


    West Richland’s northern area is a nice place to visit with a four-legged friend. The beautiful Washington landscape sets the stage for a day of adventure and activity: meander through the rural town blocks, take a stroll around woodland glades, and pass along reflective ponds and deep blue lakes. You’ll want to stop by Flat Top Park on Austin Drive; this is a small community park where you can enjoy a relaxing walk with your dog. The park encompasses over ten acres and has picnic tables, a doggie water station, walking paths, a play area and more! You might even be able to catch one of the free concerts the park often hosts.

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