The Pacific Northwest is known for its beautiful scenery and active outdoor enthusiasts. What makes exploring the evergreen state even better? Bringing your pup along with you. With over 115 parks and counting it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s where Park Bark comes in.
Summers in Washington
Use Park Bark to find dog parks with shade and drinking water for those hot summer days.
North Acres Dog Park
Located in Seattle, North Aces dog park offers a fenced in area where your dog can run off leash. For those hot days keeps your pup cool wish shaded areas and drinking water.
Does your pup love to play in the water? It’s easy to find parks with swimming areas and some even have rinse stations for after the fun.
Luther Burbank Dog Park
You can find this dog park on Mercer Island. It has lake access for those dogs who love to play in the water. It’s a fenced in park with a separate area for small dogs and drinking water available.
It rains here, a lot.
For those days you don’t feel like standing in the pouring rain but you still want your dog to get exercise. Let Park Bark help you find parks that have covered areas for you to stand under or better yet enjoy an indoor play area where you can avoid the famous Northwest weather.
Dogwood Play Park
You can find this indoor dog park in Seattle. Let your pup run around while you sit back and enjoy some coffee or beer. It’s a win-win.
Explore the evergreen state with your pup is the only way to do it. Have Park Bark on hand so you can find the best places for you and your dog to go. From off-leash areas at state parks to designated small dog sections Park Bark makes it easy to sort through all of the info you need and be on your way.