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Dog Areas in Woodland, WA

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Woodland, WA is a truly beautiful town. Its natural surroundings are stunning -- known as the gateway to Mt St. Helen’s and the Lewis River Recreational Area, the town sits right in the middle of some of the most splendid scenery the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Not only that, but the Woodland is also famous for the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens. Visit in April or May and you’ll get the full benefit of the sweet smelling blooms, but the gardens are also home to many other rare and beautiful plants bred by Klager in the 1800s. In terms of pet care, there are three vets in town to take good care of your furry friend, with emergency care available in nearby Vancouver, WA.

Woodland doesn’t have its own designated dog park, but that doesn’t mean that you and your buddy are bound to be bored! The town is home to a couple of pawesome community parks ideal for leashed walks. Horseshoe Lake Park in particular is a really pretty place for you two to stretch your legs. Woodland is also close to some gorgeous nature preserves and state parks, and, as the name suggests, you’ll find plenty of forested trails right on your doorstep. And don’t worry -- there’s plenty of off-leash adventures to be had a little fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodland, WA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 137/sq mi

    #1 Paradise Point State Park

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    Paradise Point State Park is a pawfect place for you and your pooch to get back to nature! A popular spot for camping, this 88-acre preserve has miles of trails for you and your buddy to sniff and explore. The two-mile loop trail is well worth a walk -- it weaves through firs, cedars and grassland, and features a lovely view over a waterfall. Your fur ball will need to be leashed, of course, and you’ll need to bring your own water, as well as bags to keep the area clean! There’s also a $10 charge for a day pass.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 277/sq mi

    #2 Ridgefield

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    Located just eleven miles from Woodland, Ridgefield is home to the truly unique Willows Waters. Make no bones about it -- if your pooch likes swimming as part of their off-leash activities, they’ll love this indoor doggy swimming pool! There are helpful lifeguards on hand in case of trouble, making this an ideal exercise option for older furry friends, or those with mobility issues or joint problems that prevent them from running about. Once your buddy is all tired out, why not continue the aquatic theme by stopping in at Pacific Northwest Best Fish Co.? This local seafood joint serves up a delicious fried halibut, and welcomes doggy diners outside.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 958/sq mi

    #3 NE 149th Street

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    The Lucky Memorial Dog Park in Brush Prairie is a pawfect place to let your furry friend run free! The off-leash area has a whopping 7.5 acres of space for you pooch to leap about and tire themselves out in, and there’s a separate area for small dogs, so your fur baby can socialize no matter their size. Athletic animals will love the park’s well-maintained agility equipment, and owners will certainly appreciate the fabulous views of Mt. Hood. Bags and water are also provided. Careful, though -- the park’s surface is entirely grass, so you might want to bring a towel in case your buddy gets muddy!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 221/sq mi

    #4 Whipple Creek Regional Park

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    For dog-friendly hiking, look no further than Whipple Creek Regional Park in Ridgefield! This park is over 300 acres of wooded wonderland, and is only a 15-minute drive away from Woodland. You’ll find scenic trails here to suit every age and ability. The main trail is just under 4.5 miles long, but you’ll find others off the beaten path; just be sure to look up a trail before you go! You’ll need to bring your own bags and water, and watch out for horses -- the park is popular with equestrians during the spring and summer months.
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    Population Density 2,010/sq mi

    #5 Hazel Dell

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    Ross Dog Park in Vancouver is a real mutts-visit! The dog park is huge -- there’s a whole 8 acres for your pooch to play in, and both the small and large dog areas are pretty spacious. There’s a walking trail to explore, and plenty of seating for tired owners. Bags and water are provided, but keep in mind that parts of the park don’t get much shade, so be careful in the summer! After your workout, you two can chow down at The Frontier Public House, a furrific gastropub on Hazel Dell Ave that caters to canine customers at outdoor tables.
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