- Anacortes Off-leash park. 2 acres, fenced area, not including a fenced small/elderly dog area. 38th Street and D Avenue. (Thank you Pamela Nixon)
- Arroyo Park: All Trails.
- Lake Padden Park: Fenced training area, bridle trails, and area behind the athletic field restroom facilities.
- Sunset Pond: Trails.
- Whatcom Falls Park: Trails across Whatcom Creek Bridge.
- Post Point. 200 McKenzie at 4th Street
- Robinswood Park. Enclosed Dog Park. Fenced and water available. There is am enclosed dirt & wood chip area for dogs. Doggie waste bags available. This used to be an area for horses. There are a few picnic tables to sit on. People usually bring a gallon of water with them. This area was a horse corral, so the fences are sturdy and in good repair. There are picnic tables to sit on, and a water stand available for the dogs. New bark chip has just been placed. This is a nice enclosure, and has double gates to help get you safely in and out of the park. Location: 148th Avenue, across from Bellevue Community College. (Thank you Angi & Heather Cooper)
Patmore Pit. Multi-acre off leash park. Has separate fenced off agility area, toys and water, and clean up bags provided. Location: Patmore Road, Coupeville. Directions: From SR 20 turn onto Patmore Road, will be down about a mile on the left, there is a small sign. (Thank you Tricia King)
- Off-Leash Area - Edmonds (O.L.A.E.). Edmonds Marina Park. A non-profit group called O.L.A.E. (Off-Leash Area Edmonds) stewards the area. Location: South of Marina Beach on Admiral Way. Directions: Follow signs to the Edmonds Ferry. Turn south on Admiral Way and follow road all the way to the end. (Thank you Diane Buckshnis)
Howarth Park. Beach area north of the railroad overpass. Beach Access 1127 Olympic Blvd.
Loganberry Lane. Woodland area between W.E. Hall and Kasch Park. North end (dead end) of Loganberry Lane (18th Ave. W.), about 9100 block.
Lowell Park. Fenced area north of tennis courts. 46th St. and S. 3rd Ave.
- French Lake Park. New off-leash park - - huge. Brand new off-leash park that is on "probationary" term of one year, so practice good dog park etiquette! Lots of dogs of all sizes. No water fountain. Pond. Large running areas. Picnic tables and benches. Location: 31531 1st Ave S. Directions: I-5 South to 320th, Right on 320th, Right on 1st Ave, Left immediately after 1st light. (Thank you Melissa Pohle)
- Bark Park. Off leash dog park. Location: NE Natalie Way. Directions: From I-90, take exit #18 and head north on Highlands Drive. Turn right on NE Federal Drive and right onto NE Park Drive. Continue east on Park Drive. Turn left on 25th Ave NE, and left on NE Natalie Way. Bark Park will be on your right. (Thank you Dimitri Holman)
- Fort Steilacoom Park Off-Leash Area. Opened in 2005. Just found it today. Had a great time watching the dog be dogs and having a great time. We will definitely go back. Give this one a try. See County website for more info on Ft. Steilacoom Park. There are trails, ball fields a lake and a great playground for kids. Location: 8714 - 87th Avenue SW. Directions: Directions: From I-5 northbound: Take exit 125. Turn left onto Bridgeport Way and go north crossing 100th street SW and Gravelly Lake Drive. Turn left on Steilacoom Blvd. Travel about 1.2 miles and turn left onto 87th Avenue SW. Turn right immediately into the park. From I-5 southbound. Take exit 129 (72nd Street) and turn west onto 74th Street which becomes Custer Drive in 2.3 miles. Turn right on 88th Street SW whichj becomes Steilacoom Blvd. Turn left on 87th Avenue SW. (Thank you Michelle Johnson)
- Bandix Dog Park. 30 acres with open areas, trails. An official county park, but developed and maintained by volunteers. Opened July 3, 2004. Location: On Bandix between Nelson and Burley-Olalla Rd. Directions: Take the Burley/Olalla Rd exit off of Hwy 16. Head east to top of hill, and watch for Bandix. Turn right on Bandix and watch for the park sign on your right. (Thank you David Salge)
Luther Burbank Park, 2040 84th Ave SE.
- Raab Park Off-Leash area with large, tree-lined fenced dog park with water, small dog area, poop bags, and nice trail in lovely park for onleash-walks. Location: Near Hostmark/Caldart intersection (near High School), turn Right on Caldart, to driveway just before new housing development starts. Directions: At Hostmark/Caldart intersection (near High School), turn roughly east up driveway and take R fork. Other fork goes to school district. Dog area is on your right as you enter park. Informal parking area just beyond far end of fenced area. (Thank you Aspen Mountjoy)
- Howe Farm Off Leash Dog Park. 83 .0 Acres Historic Farm. Limited Parking, wide open fields for dogs to run, small creek, apple trees, and plastic bags available for poopy pickup. Location: Long Lake Rd. Directions: Take Hwy 16 to Sedgwick. Travel east on Sedgwick about three miles to Long Lake Road. Howe Farm is located on Long Lake Road between Mile Hill Drive and Sedgwick. (Thank you Leonardo Soledad & Amanda Hudgins)
- South Kitsap Community Park. Lovely 80+ acres of field, trails, and human recreation. This is a wonderful place, managed by volunteers (so everyone must clean up after their own). Lots of trails, a miniature railroad (rideable), paintball field, several baseball fields, batting cages, basketball court, children's play equipment, tournament-level horseshoe field. Location: NW corner of Jackson and Lund. Jackson Street entrance brings you right to the field and trail entrances. Directions: Hwy 16 West of Tacoma (east of Bremerton), Tremont Exit, turn east to Jackson, turn left; entrance to the park on left. (Thank you Juliet Albertson)
- Grandview Park. 37 acres of off leash dog park. Fenced with bathroom facilities, water several fountains, covered picnic area, 4-5 separate area to visit. Grass and sand areas with trees and large logs to sit on. Great place to go with your pals. Location: Military Road South and S 228th. Take Kent Desmoins (Kent) exit off I 5. I 5 take Kent/Des/Moines exit (Kent) turn North on Military Road. Across from small church. (Thank you Gina Smith & Sara Lemieux)
COLA - Citizens for Off-Leash Areas
Blue Dog Pond. At Martin Luther King Jr. Way and S. Massachusetts Street on the NW corner. No off-leash areas in I-90 lid Park, located just east of Blue Dog Pond.
Dr. Jose Rizal Park. Dr. Jose Rizal Park is located at 1008 12th Avenue South on North Beacon Hill. The pilot Off-Leash Area on North Beacon Hill is now open. The site is located in the lower portion of Dr. Jose Rizal Park. Access through the double gate near the green kiosk north of the parking lot. The area is about 4 acres and is fully fenced.
Genesee Off-Leash Area. Bordered by South Genesee and 46th Ave S. A fenced, open area on a previous landfill has become a popular place for dogs and their owners to exercise, socialize, play and learn.
- Golden Gardens Park. 8498 Seaview Place NW, in Ballard. The upper or eastern portion of the park. Located on Puget Sound.
- Grandview Off-Leash Park. Location: 3599 So 228th St., Seattle, WA. Military road, between 188th and ken- des Moines road. Directions: From I-5 NORTH, take exit 149 (Kent Des-Moines). Take left on S. Kent, DesMoines Rd, take left onto Military Rd So. From i-5 south, take Kent- Des Moines exit, turn right off ramp, left at military road (next light). Dog park is 1 mile north on the right. (Thank you Jan Howard & Connie Rockwell)
- Magnuson Park. 6500 Sandpoint Way. Eastern and northern boundary of the park. Located on Lake Washington. At the end of the off leash trail there is a small area of the beach designated for off leash dogs.
- North Acres Park. Located west of I-5 at North 130th Street, the off-leash area is in the northeast corner of the park. There is parking available on the south side of the park on North 125th.
- Westcrest Park. 8806 8th Ave SW, in West Seattle. Located along the southern and western border of the reservoir.
- Woodland Park. West of the tennis courts on West Green Lake Way.
- Sequim Dog Park. 1.7 acre grass dog park. Sequim Dog Park is part of the largest city park in Sequim, Carrie Blake Park. It's open year-round, from dawn to dusk. Small dog area, dog bags provided, fenced and gated. Location: 202 N. Blake Road, Sequim, Washington, 98382. Directions: Exit highway 101 at Washington (coming from the east) or Sequim Ave (coming from the west). Follow Washingington to Blake and turn north. Drive ~1/3 mile. Enter Carrie Blake Park. Park at the far eastern end of the lot. (Thank you David Brown)
- Steilacoom. Fort Steilacoom OLA. 3 acres fenced in for small/timid dogs. 22 acres fenced in for large dogs. Location: at Fort Steilacoom Park. Directions: See website for more information. Fort Steilacoom OLA is located across the street from Western State Hospital in Steilacoom. (Thank you Rick Rattie)
- Rogers Park. Off leash fenced playfield. Lots of friendly dogs come to
this park. If you bring your dog make sure you clean up after him/her. It's
a new doggie park and is already getting very muddy. Need more info- go to
City of Tacoma Web site.
Location: S. 34th and "L" St. Directions: From Seattle Take City Center exit off of I-5 South. Take exit going towards South 26th Street. Take a left on 26th Street Next take a right on Pacific. Take a left on 34th and Follow to "L". Take a left on "L". You'll see a gazebo and a gate. Enter here the park is below. Parking available below as well. (Thank you Kari Conlen)
- Pacific Park. Approximately 20 acres currently (as of 10/05); Parks and Rec is in the process of developing this park but agrees to let dog owners use the park for off-leash play in the meantime. Once developed, the off-leash space will be approximately 8 acres. Some woods; some open fields. Squirrels and bunnies. Fenced. Bring your own water. Pick up after your dog. DOGPAW is a non-profit organization registered in the State of Washington. Mission: To work with dog owners and the community at large to promote awareness and acceptance and to increase the availability for safe off leash areas for dogs in Clark County. Location: NE 18th St & NE 172nd Ave. Directions: You can reach the park via Highway 14; take 164th Ave. exit, drive north for 2.5 miles. (164th Ave. turns into 162nd Ave but you won't notice the change.) Turn right on 18th Street. Turn right again at first corner. Drive about one block, gate to park is on your left, across from a storage facility and rock/landscaping retail yard. (Thank you Stephanie Helget)
- ROSS Off-Leash Dog Recreation Area. DOGPAW's flagship Park is at the ROSS substation off of I-5 and Hwy 99. This site is approximately 8 acres of open fields with plenty of hilly terrain to run, jump and fetch. Mission: To work with dog owners and the community at large to promote awareness and acceptance and to increase the availability for safe off leash areas for dogs in Clark County. Location: Between NE 15th Ave. and NE 18th Ave. Directions: I-5 exit 3, Hazel Dell, Hwy. 99. Head north on Hwy. 99. Go east on NE Ross St. to NE 18th Ave. Parking at 18th Ave. and C-Tran’s BPA parking lot on 15th Ave. DOGPAW is a non-profit organization registered in the State of Washington. (Thank you Stephanie Helget)
- Whidbey Island
Double Bluff Beach.Turn south on Double Bluff Road from Highway 525. Follow Double.
Marguerite Brons Memorial Park. Turn south onto Bayview Road from Highway 525 (at Bayview Park and Ride Lot). Follow Bayview Road a short distance past cemetery and look for park entrance on your left.