Dog Parks in the Seattle Metro Area

Let Fido run, jump, and meet other dogs (and their owners) at one of these Dog Parks in the Seattle Metro Area:

  1. Plymouth Pillars Park, just east of I-5 on Pike Street.
  2. Regrade Park, on 3rd Avenue at Bell Street.
  3. Doctor Jose Rizal Park, at 12th Avenue South and Judkins Street.
  4. Sam Smith Park, at Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Massachusetts Street.
  5. I-5 Colonnade Park, at Interstate 5 and East Howe Street.
  6. Mercer Island's Luther Burbank Park, north of I-90 on 84th Avenue SE.
  1. Marymoor Park, in Redmond, which has been called "Doggie Disneyland," south of Highway 520 on West Lake Sammamish Parkway.
  2. Heronfield Wetlands Park in Kirkland, south of 124th Street on 113th Avenue NE.
  3. Robinswood Park in Bellevue, on 148th Avenue SE at SE 24th Street.
  4. Cedar River Park, in Renton on Southeast Renton Maple Valley Road at 149th Avenue Southeast.
  1. Woodland Park, at North 50th Street and Aurora Avenue North.
  2. Magnuson Park, at the eastern end of 74th Street Northeast.
  3. Golden Gardens Park, on Seaview Avenue Northwest.
  4. Northacres Park, immediately west of I-5 on Northeast 130th Street.
  1. Shoreview Park, in Shoreline on NW Innis Arden Way.
  2. Richmond Beach Saltwater Park, at 20th Avenue NW and NW 190th Street.
  3. Edmond's Marina Beach, on Admiral Way.
  4. Terrace Creek Park in Mountlake Terrace, north of 228th Street SW on 53rd Avenue. The dog park is north of the basketball court.
  5. Everett's Howarth Park, on Olympic Boulevard at Seahurst Avenue.
  1. Genesee Park, at Genesee Street and 46th Avenue.
  2. Westcrest Park, on 8th Avenue at Cambridge Street.
  3. Grandview Park in SeaTac, on 228th Street and Military Road.
  4. Kent's Morrill Meadows Park, on SE 248th Street and 109th Avenue SE.
  5. Westcrest Park, at 8th Avenue SW and Henderson Street.
Or, find a park with different amenities -- like a trail, a volleyball court, and more -- with our Quick Guide to Seattle Parks!
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