Whatcom Falls, located in Bellingham, Washington, is a place of natural beauty that the whole family can enjoy. It’s filled with scenic bridges, waterfalls, trails, and the serene sounds of nature. This dog-friendly park allows leashed dogs on all trails and there is an off-leash location within the park for you to spend some quality time with your pooch. This is the perfect park to explore and have a picnic lunch with your family and your pup.
The majority of Whatcom Falls Park is an on-leash park for dogs, however, the Waterline Trail and west of the water treatment plant is designated as an off-leash area for dogs visiting Whatcom Falls. It is also known as a great location for off-leash training. After a great walk on the trails, you and your dog can take a quick dip in Lake Whatcom in Bloedel Donovan Park.
Dogs should be licensed and up-to-date on vaccinations. While on the majority of the trails within the park, your dog should be leashed. When in the designated off-leash areas owners must be in control of their dogs at all times and carry the leash with them. You should maintain voice or sound control of your dog. Do not allow your dog to disturb any natural areas or wildlife while on trails or in designated off-leash areas. Also, dogs in heat are not allowed in off-leash areas.
Always be sure to clean up after yourself and your pet and probably dispose of waste. For the safety of yourself, your dog and others please follow all park rules. Whatcom Falls Park is an amazing park filled with so many panoramic views and wonderful wildlife. The park is just waiting for you to explore it. This is the perfect place for you and your beloved dog to relax, take in the views, and enjoy nature together. If you are in the area, Whatcom Falls Park is a must-see.