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Dog Areas in Yarrow Point

Within King County, the little town of Yarrow Point welcomes all dogs to visit. Yarrow Point is a close drive to Seattle, Washington. Whereas Seattle can sometimes be overwhelming and pricy, Yarrow Point provides a safe and affordable resting place.

Yarrow Point has various Airbnb rentals that are under $150 and are pet friendly – with no added pet fee. Dogs of all sizes can lodge safely here with you.

Although there are no dog-friendly restaurants yet in Yarrow Point, nearby restaurants in Seattle will gladly seat you and your pup. There are over a whopping 300 dog-friendly restaurants to choose from in Seattle. With all of these restaurants rated highly on quality, price, and service, the hardest choice will be deciding which one to visit first. From America’s favorite comfort food to a wide variety of ethnic delicacies, Seattle’s restaurants are a pawfect place to go with Fido.

Apart from dining, Seattle has around 40 different activities for you to experience with Fido. After a long day of eating scrumptious food and exploring Seattle, settling down in a peaceful little town like Yarrow Point, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, will be the pawfect way to end your day!


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Yarrow Point

  1. Dog Parks 17
    Population Density 7,962/sq mi

    #1 Seattle

    48

    At only fifteen minutes, you can be in downtown Seattle with your faithful pooch. Seattle has an enormous amount of dog-friendly activities that you can do with your beloved pet. With over 15 dog parks, 5 hiking trails, 4 tours, 2 stores, and 7 activities, your only problem in Seattle should be picking which activity to do first. Seattle is full of unique activities to do with fido. A crowd favorite is the Ballard Locks, which is a public park near where you can see the local fishing boats pass through. If you look close through the specially designed fishing ladder, you can see salmon. Your dog is allowed to join you on this adventure as long as he or she remains leashed, but do not worry, there are numerous other opportunities for Fido to go unleashed here. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 892/sq mi

    #2 Woodinville

    36

    Woodinville is an estimated 20-minute commute from Yarrow Point.  With a local hiking trail, a pet-friendly store, and several wine-based activities, Woodinville is wooftastic! The Sammamish River Trail is a beautifully relaxing trail to walk with Fido, and is perfect for any nature and hiking lovers. If your dog enjoys hiking with a scenic backdrop, then look no further than Woodinville. Maps are provided for the hiking trail, so no need to fret over getting lost; just enjoy your time well spent with your dog. Afterwards, head over to the local winery or cellars of Woodinville with Fido.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 597/sq mi

    #3 Sequim

    24

    Although Sequim is a little over two hours from Yarrow Point, the unique dog-friendly activities in the city are well worth the drive. One of the most interesting and highly rated activities in Sequim is the Lavender Connection. With over 5 acres of lavender farm, you can feel free to explore the many different types of lavender with your leashed Fido. To top it off, lavender essential oil demonstrations are also available here to watch and enjoy in the local perfumery. Outside the lavender garden, Sequim also has one dog park and one hiking trail to offer your dog vast amounts of space to explore and spend time with you. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,176/sq mi

    #4 Bellevue

    12

    Bellevue is only ten minutes from Yarrow Point, and is a beautiful city for dog lovers to visit. Home to a dog park, hiking trail, pet-friendly store, and gaming activity, Bellevue is a pawesome place to enjoy with your dog. The beautiful Robinswood Animal Corral is spacious and full of trails to explore with your beloved pooch. The park provides fresh drinking water and numerous park benches. The local dog park is rated highly by visitors as well. An absolute breathtaking hiking trail is also available to dog lovers in Bellevue. With a 6-mile hike that includes an elegant waterfall and a log bridge, this local hiking trail is not one to miss. Did we mention the dog-friendly mall? 

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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 3,326/sq mi

    #5 Redmond

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    Redmond is only 12 minutes from Yarrow Point, Washington. Redmond has it all, including two dog parks, two hiking trails, a pet-friendly store, sport training, and other activities. One of the coolest and most unique activities in Redmond is the Redmond Town Center. This center is home to tons of animal friendly shops that sell unique merchandise. It would be so much fun to look around these unique shops with your best buddy, and guess what, you can! Another crowd favorite is the Seattle Fly Dogs, which is a community club where dogs are trained for sports and obedience. 

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