Now that the weather is warming up, it’s time to think about taking Rover out for some outdoor fun (and yourself, too)! ┬áHere are some great dog parks to check out:

800 SW Henderson Street
Seattle, WA 98106

This West Seattle area four-acre dog park has a looped trail where you and your dog can walk. There are also some wooded trails where you can wander (watch out for blackberry bushes in summer), and a large area in the middle for dogs to go off-leash, socialize, play fetch and have fun. With a covered seating area, doggie drinking fountain, trees, and wide open spaces, it’s a great place to check out.

Sam Smith Park
1400 Martin Luther King Jr Way South
Seattle, WA 98144

You can’t miss this off-leash area marked by the sculpture at Blue Dog Pond. This detention pond serves as an off-leash areas for dogs. The park is part of the I-90 lid, with a play area for children, picnic tables, and tennis courts.

Dr. Jose Rizal Dog Park
1008 12th Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98134

This Beacon Hill park has and area for children, benches, and a barbecue pit. There are spectacular views of downtown Seattle and SODO. Your dog will love to play off-leash in the designated, unfenced area, or in the fenced off-leash dog run.

Genessee Dog Park
4316 S Genesee Street
Seattle, WA 98127

This three-acre mostly flat park has seating and fencing. There’s a water tap, grass and gravel, and it’s popular with the locals, so there’s always another dog for yours to play with.


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