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Skallman Park

Skallman Park in Blaine, WA, is a fenced-in off-leash dog park. This recreation space welcomes Fido and his furry friends to play, socialize and explore together. Separate small and large dog areas are available to ensure pups' safety and comfort. Trees, picnic areas, water, waste bags, trash receptacles and a gazebo are all features of the park. Visit Website

Or call (360) 332-8820 or email BlaineDogPark@gmail.com for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Skallman Park has received a rating of 4.5 out of 5 bones by 4 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Hilary
    Feb. 23, 2022
    hidden gem

    This dog park is a hidden gem in Blaine! You will see a sign for Skallman Park and you need to drive up the gravel driveway to get to the dog park!
    We went on a day after it rained/ snowed and most of the ground was dry! The only muddy part was at the bottom of the hill.
    The dog park is well maintained and has lots of extra balls and ball throwers for you to use!

  • N
    Sep. 8, 2021
    Seems to be closed/under repair

    I went today and it looks like they are working on it or overhauling, but I cannot tell if that is the case or maybe it is closed. Hope it comes back soon!

  • Alex
    More than a year ago
    great little dog park

    We have been meaning to visit this park for sometime, but only got there today. There is ample parking and a big and small dog area. There are loads of trees (great for hide and seek with the dogs), and a grassy area.poops bags are provided (but we bring our own).
    The only thing I would say is that due to the trees is is difficult for those long ball fetch games, but that isn't a criticism, as every park is different.
    Clean, not muddy and easy to get to!

  • Grace
    More than a year ago
    awesome dogs` park

    We were pleasantly surprised with this fully fenced awesome dog`s park in Blaine which we discovered today. Tall trees, along with lots of grassy areas for dogs to run and play. Plus benches and picnick tables for dogs` parents. Plus water and a water bowl (which is a courtesy of frequent visitors who take turns to bring it), lots of toys on the ground, etc. There is a little fenced area for small dogs as well.

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