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

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

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

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

4. Magnuson Park- Sand Point, Seattle, WA

Magnuson Park 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

5. Bark! Espresso Northgate, Seattle, WA

Bark! Espresso 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!