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Out and About: Washington's Magnuson Park

Out and About: Washington's Magnuson Park


Welcome to Week Three of PetSugar's Out and About travel feature! There are so many amazing dog parks in the Seattle area, that it seemed appropriate to highlight one of my favorites to start off our week in Washington. Located along the shores of Lake Washington, Warren G. Magnuson Dog Park is part of Seattle's second-largest park (totaling 350 acres). This is the best spot for water babies – and the only off-leash area in Seattle where pooches have beach access (they're not allowed on beaches elsewhere within city limits). For dogs who haven't quite mastered "down" and "off," the compact gravel on the footpath makes it possible to leave here (relatively) cleaner than visits to parks with solid dirt trails. Well, until the pups discover the water that is.

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cs cs 9 years
Magnuson is amazing. They even have a separate off leash section for the itty bitty pups. I am loving all the Washington love from PetSugar!
geohiker geohiker 9 years
This sounds so fun! I love to see dogs playing in water.
vinnie vinnie 9 years
I miss Magnuson! There's nothing like it here in LA.
kiddylnd kiddylnd 9 years
www.coladog.org for Seattle area off leash. There are others, but this is the major group that is working to get more off leash parks. Magnuson is also great because they have a Small/Shy dog area for the little ones so they don't get trampled by the big boys and girls. :)
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