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Dog Friendly Places To Play In Washington

Posted by Chad on Monday, June 29th, 2009 at 12:28 pm.

Bainbridge Island: Fay Bainbridge State Park
Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

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3 Responses to “Dog Friendly Places To Play In Washington”

  1. Chad Says:

    Blaine: Birch Bay State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Copalis Beach: Griffiths-Priday Ocean State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Des Moines: Saltwater State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Edmonds: Marina Beach Off-Leash Dog Area
    Located south of Marina Beach at 498 Admiral Way. Dogs are allowed off-leash.

    Everett: Howarth Park
    Dogs are allowed off-leash on the beach area north of the railroad pass.

    Federal Way: Dash Point State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Grayland: Grayland Beach State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Ilwaco: Cape Disappointment State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Long Beach Peninsula
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed in State Parks: Cape Disappointment, Fort Columbia, Loomis Lake, Pacific Pines, Leadbetter Point. There is an 8-foot leash law in Pacific County and also within Long Beach City limits. Leash laws are not typically enforced on the beach, provided dogs are controlled and well-behaved.

    Lopez Island: Spencer Spit State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Ocean Park: Pacific Pines State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Ocean Shores: Damon Point State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Ocean Shores: Ocean City State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Pacific Beach: Pacific Beach State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Port Angeles: Kalaloch Area Beaches, Olympic National Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are only allowed on Rialto Beach one-half mile north to Ellen Creek and on all Kalaloch beaches (from Ruby Beach south to South Beach). Pets are not allowed on park trails or any other beaches.

    Port Townsend: North Beach Park
    Access to shoreline of Juan de Fuca Strait and Fort Worden State Park. Dogs on a leash are allowed.

    San Juan Island: South Beach, San Juan Island National Historical Park
    An off-leash area is located at South Beach, east of the main parking area below the tide line. Pets must be leashed at all times in the park and are not allowed in park buildings.

    Seattle: Warren G. Magnuson Park
    Dogs are allowed off-leash in Seattle’s biggest fully-fenced back yard for canines at the park. The doggie off-leash area is the only one inside city limits with water access — Lake Washington’s freshwater shoreline.

    Westport: Westport Light State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Whidbey Island: Double Bluff Beach
    Dogs allowed off-leash in an area west of the developed area. Dogs must be leashed as they cross an area close to the parking lot.

    Whidbey Island: Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve
    Dogs on a leash are welcome in the Reserve’s beaches, trails and most public parks.

    Whidbey Island: Fort Ebey State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

    Whidbey Island: Joseph Whidbey State Park
    Dogs on a leash no longer than 8 feet are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches.

  2. FM Says:

    So….are the dogs allowed to swim if they are on an 8′ leash and not in a designated swimming beach?

  3. CG Says:

    Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach. Pets are not permitted on designated swimming beaches. However, there is usually a non-designated swimming beach area as well. Dogs are also allowed at the campgrounds. They must be on a eight foot or less leash at all times and people are required to clean up after their pets.