Howarth Park finds its home in Everett, Washington. This stunning recreational space is home to forested areas and a beach property and is ideally situated near to a residential section of town, making it both convenient and easy to locate. A spiral staircase scales two floors to lead directly to the beach which offers stunning views of both the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges.
Housed on the grounds is a designated area where dogs can enjoy off-leash play. However, it is important for owners to note that the dog play section is not fenced. Dogs who lack a sufficient recall should remain on a lead for their own safety. Owners should carry a leash with them at all times in case it is needed.
Howarth Park is a public beach, recreational area, and dog playground. Entrance to the premises is provided to all pooches and their people at no cost. Complimentary poop bags are available on the grounds, and owners are required to pick up after their furbuddies and properly dispose of their waste.
There's no drinking water provided, and it is unknown if bathrooms are installed on the premises for public use. To ensure Fido has access to a cool drink when needed, owners should bring bottled water and a dog dish to the park with them. The beach area contains many logs where owners can take a seat and enjoy viewing their dogs at play. Howarth Park is conducive to swimming, hiking, and picnicking.
There is also a footbridge which runs over a set of train tracks. Owners are advised to exercise caution with their off-leash dogs here as this area is near to a heavily trafficked roadway. Howarth Park carefully observes and supports all Washington state law. To this end, all canine visitors must be current on vaccinations. A city dog license is also advised. For a great time at a beautiful Washington park and beach, plan to visit Howarth Park!