Beaver Lake Dog Park
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- EileenAug. 15, 2021Dog Park is near Ball fields
For those who listed trouble finding it - its on the “athletic” side of the total 85 acres that make up Beaver Lake park. There is ball field parking close by, or if you park near the lake you can take the trails about a half mile through the wooded paths to get there. Great dog park with a very nice small dog park compared to others that seem to think small dogs deserve little more than a pig pen (*ahem* Issaquah Highlands). Both big and small sides offer plenty of tree covered shade and small fenced in trail.
- JessicaSep. 15, 2020Best!
Love the ‘vibe’ of this dog park! People are super friendly, dogs are friendly! Small and large dog sections which are separate!
- NatalieJan. 28, 2019Perfect Off-leash Park
We love taking the trail to the park and appreciate the separate large and small dog areas and the double gate area so the dogs can't escape as others come & go.
- MichelleMay. 19, 2018Great large dog park
I agree, it may be hard to find... but when you do, it's worth it. Plenty of room to let dogs run. There is also a wooded area with some small trails that are great for those owners who like to walk while the dogs explore.
- AshleyMore than a year agoCouldn’t find it..
I wasn’t able to find the fenced area, but this is a great park for trails. There’s a large field we let our dog off leash at and he enjoyed it, but note this was not fenced.
- RobinMore than a year agoWe love Beaver Lake
We take our two large dogs here multiple times during the week after work. The park has an area for large dogs and for small dogs. There are benches on each side for the humans and a water fountian. There is a doggie water fountian as well.
We enjoy that there is a wooded area with a small trail inside of the fenced area. If there are too many dogs there for ours to handle, we go for a stroll into the wooded area.
Everyone we have met there is friendly and talkative :)
Come join us!
- AnitaMore than a year agoGreat park!
What a fun and friendly little park! We recently adopted a 1 yo boxer mix, and had tried the bigger park to the north, but it was too easy for her to get separated from us. This park is nicely confined, and when the romping gets to be too much, we take a nice quiet walk through the woods. It's been a perfect place to train her on coming even with distractions, and folks are so friendly. And best of all, none of that snobby breed restriction that other area parks have. The only reason I didn't give 5 bones is there is no water play area, which makes for the ultimate dog park experience, but in my opinion, the trade off for the controlled environment is well worth it.