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Dog Areas in Woodinville

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Woodinville, Washington, is a popular tourist destination located in King County and is a short distance from Seattle. The small community of Woodinville expands in size every summer as people come to visit the town for its wineries and vineyards, breweries, waterfront parks and sprawling forests.

The city of Woodinville is not only an attractive place to visit and live for humans. It is also a very pet-friendly place. Many of the favorite attractions of Woodinville are also open for dogs, including some of the wineries. The Alexandria Nicole Winery, Covington Cellars, and Brian Carter Cellars offer wine tasting sessions and tours in a casual atmosphere. The locations are dog-friendly, and dogs can tag along as long as they are on a leash.

While there are no off-leash dog parks in Woodinville, Washington, there is a very special kind of dog park in the nearby town of Redmond. The Marymoor Off-leash Dog Park is part of the Marymoor Park and is a massive 40 acres in size. The dog park offers a varied selection of landscape and includes river access for dogs that love to swim. The park is adjacent to the Pet Garden, a place where owners and dogs can relax their senses.

Traveling to Woodinville, Washington, with pets is made extra easy as there are plenty of hotels and motels to choose from that offer pet-friendly rooms.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodinville

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    Population Density 2,201/sq mi

    #1 Woodinville Town Center


    When visiting Woodinville’s Town Center, stop by Molbaks, a local garden store where pets are welcome. The store carries a huge variety of plants and garden décor. Leashed dogs are always welcome at Molbaks, however they may not enter the Garden Café, the event area or in restrooms. If you are hungry, there is a Panera Bread nearby. Panera serves up tasty sandwiches, soups and breads, and this location has an outdoor dining area where dogs are welcome to accompany their owners. To give your pup some exercise, stop by Wilmot Gateway Park and enjoy the trail and plentiful open space.

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    Population Density 8,195/sq mi

    #2 Cottage Lake

    Woodinville’s Cottage Lake neighborhood is home to Basset Pond Natural Area and the adjacent Cold Creek Natural Area. Together, they form more than 250 acres of wetlands, springs, streams and habitats for birds and wildlife. There are several informal trails crisscrossing the site, and they are the perfect destination when you want to spend some time observing nature with your canine companion. Whether you stop for a short visit or you spend an entire day exploring the many trails, both you and your dog are sure to have a great time escaping from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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    Population Density 555/sq mi

    #3 Lower West Ridge

    Spend a day hiking, biking or walking with your dog on the Sammamish River Trail, which runs through Woodinville’s Lower West Ridge area. This trail is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, an organization that is working to turn unused rail lines into trails. The Sammamish River Trail has an asphalt surface and extends 11 miles from Blyth Park to Marymoor Park. It’s well-maintained, and it is the perfect place to spend an afternoon bonding and exploring with your four-legged best friend. Just make sure to keep your pet leashed and clean up any messes to ensure a tail-wagging good time for all the trail’s many visitors.
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    Population Density 3,368/sq mi

    #4 Harborview Seahurst Glenhaven


    Just 20 miles north of Woodinville lies a true treasure for pets and their parents. Everett, Washington’s Howarth Park is an amazing place to explore with your pup. The park features an expansive beach, and when the tide is low, there is tons of room for your pooch to run and play off-leash. The entire park spans 28 acres and features trails, picnic facilities, restrooms and more. Whether you spend the day combing the beach with your canine companion, pack a picnic to enjoy along the water or just relaxing and enjoying nature, Howarth Park is sure to become one of your favorites.

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    Population Density 1,085/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Redmond


    Just six miles south of Woodinville, Redmond is home to a dog park known locally as “Doggy Disneyland.” Marymoor Park features a whopping 40 acres where dogs can romp through woods, fields and water off-leash. There is a dedicated area where smaller breeds can feel comfortable, and there are plenty of trails to explore with your canine companion. There’s even a dog wash to freshen up your pup before heading home. The dog park at Marymoor Park is one of the largest in the nation, and it’s one place you must visit with your pup if you’re in the area!

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