As part of the Chambers Creek Regional Park, the off-leash dog area is a great place to take your pup for a woofderful afternoon. This furbulous park features a golf course and lots of amenities, and offers visitors stunning views of Puget Sound.
Managed by the non-profit group SUNDog, the off leash dog park can be found adjacent to the southern section of the Central Meadow area, with parking found nearby to the east in a small lot, and above the meadow in a large lot. A sand and grass ground covering makes romping here easy on the paws. There's a large area for all dogs, and a separate area for small, shy and nervous dogs. Fully fenced, this dog park is a safe place to take off that leash and let your pup run wild! There are bowls, and water is often provided by SUNDog volunteers. Although membership of SunDog Org is not a requisite for using the dog park, the fee of $10 for a membership goes towards improvements and the off-leash area's upkeep. Waste bags are also provided, but its always a good idea to have some on hand just in case. Always stoop and scoop to keep this area clean for all. Human restrooms can be found north of the dog park.
Chambers Creek Regional Park also features paved walking trails, scenic picnic areas, meadows to romp on leash in, stunning canyon and mountain views, and perhaps best of all, an off leash dog beach! You can find the dog beach west off of Chambers Bay Beach Access Road, which runs next to the dog park. While your pup will need to be leashed anywhere outside the dog park, they can take it off again when you get to the dog beach. Located at the bottom of the stairs at the end of the access road, the off leash dog beach stretches to the south. If you go to the beach north of the access road, or south of the designated area, you'll need to clip the leash back on.
For a truly memorable time with your pup, check out the Chambers Creek Regional Park Off Leash Dog Park with your furry bestie today!