Dogs love adventure just as much as their humans. These are the crème de la crème when it comes to dog adventures in the city of Seattle.
1. Marymoor Off-Leash Park – Redmond, WA
The ultimate dog adventure in the Pacific Northwest is easily Marymoor Park
. Forty beautiful acres of farmland, multiple water access spots, and dogs galore. Known to all dogs as “Heaven on Earth” or “Doggy Disneyland”.
2. Norm’s Pub – Fremont, Seattle, WA
Named after the owner’s Golden Retriever, Norm’s
is the dog-friendliest pub in the area. (Treat your dog to a night of Trivia on Thursdays!)
3. Beveridge Place Pub – West Seattle, WA
Catch up with friends over a local craft beer in one of the most well known neighborhood pubs in West Seattle, Beveridge Place Pub
. Your pup can snooze on a couch or the floor while you play a board game, shoot darts, or chat up the locals.
4. Magnuson Park- Sand Point, Seattle, WA
is Seattle’s largest off-leash park, coming in at 9 acres including water access! This is the perfect morning spot for great views of Lake Washington and beyond.
5. Bark! Espresso Northgate, Seattle, WA
was the first openly dog-friendly café in the city. Start your morning off right with a cup of joe and a fresh baked pastry, while catching up on the news.
Where’s your four-legged friend’s favorite spot for adventures? Tell us in the comments!