Loganberry Lane Dog Park is a public, off-leash area located in Woodland between W.E. Hall and Kasch Park, at 18th Ave W and Loganberry Lane, Everett, in Washington. With an open area at the entrance off of 18th Ave W, the park is managed by the city of Everett, operating from 6 AM to 10 PM, in April through October and from 6 AM to 8 PM, in November through Match.
The wooded trails loop the natural vegetation providing visitors with plenty of room for dogs to run around, even though the park is only 0.2 acres. For the most part, the area is completely fenced, although it’s always best to have full voice control over dogs when taking them to this location. There are no restrooms available and no separate small dog run either.
Plus, there are no fees required to enter the off-leash area and owners can also take advantage of the parking lot at the dead end on Olympic Boulevard. The Loganberry Lane Dog Park also provides benches and a swimming pond. There are lots of beautiful trails along the path, however, owners need to be mindful of the “muddy” season which usually happens during winter.
The great thing about Loganberry Lane Dog Park is that owners can exercise their pets off-leash while enjoying a good “hiking” session themselves. Furthermore, poop bags and garbage cans are provided so that all visitors can pick up after their dogs and maintain the area as clean as possible.
Even though the park is an off-leash area, owners still need to make sure they have full control over their pets and that the dogs are up-to-date on their vaccinations. If you enjoy walking trails alongside Fido in the middle of an urban area, Loganberry Lane Dog Park will surely prove to be a one-of-a-kind experience.