The Plymouth Pillars Dog Park is a designated area for the off-leash exercising of dogs near the Plymouth Pillars in Seattle, Washington. Vehicle parking can be found on the streets in the local neighbourhood. This dog park is a narrow stretch of ground which has been fully enclosed with waist high chain-link fencing. The off-leash area has two double gated entrances. It is completely surfaced with gravel. The gravel can be harsh to dogs which have soft paw pads.
Inside the off-leash area there are a few boulders and one large tree which offers a little shade in hot weather. Pet owners using the facility should be aware that the gravel surface can become quite hot when it is very sunny. The dog park is very open to the elements and there is no shelter for pet owners if it is raining. There is no separate section for small dogs.
A dog friendly water fountain has been installed in the off-leash area. There are no poop bag dispensers supplied on site. Pet owners using the off-leash facility are required to provided their own poop bags and clean up immediately any faecal matter produced by their dog. There are containers in the dog park for depositing used poop bags. Failure to comply with poop collection regulations can result in a fine.
All dogs should be maintained securely leashed until inside the gated entrance zone. Pet owners must keep their dogs leash in hand while inside the off-leash area. All dogs entering the dog park must be correctly licensed with the Seattle authorities and have their vaccinations current. Puppies under four months of age are not allowed into the off-leash area. The Seattle authorities remind dog owners that they enter and use the off-leash dog park at their own risk. It is not recommended to take food inside.