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Dog Park at Willis D. Tucker Community Park

Willis D. Tucker Community Park in Snohomish, WA, features a nearly eight-acre dog park. This recreation space is designed with Fido in mind and features three fenced, off-leash areas: a six-acre open meadow, a 1.25-acre forest hiking area and a .20-acre space for older/shy/small dogs. A dog hydrant is available for Fido to drink from, but note that it is disabled during winter. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Dog Park at Willis D. Tucker Community Park has received a rating of 4.6 out of 5 bones by 14 canine critics on BringFido.

Visitors praise the spacious, well-designed Dog Park at Willis D. Tucker Community Park, with its large open meadow, wooded trails, and separate area for shy/senior dogs. They note the park can get muddy after rain but appreciate the hose for washing off pets.

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  • Cait
    Sep 18, 2022
    Fenced in trail area

    We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this dog park yesterday! There seemed to be several different sections to this park

  • Jennifer
    Sep 6, 2022
    Best dog park!

    we love bringing our pup to Willis Tucker. the meadow is fully fenced and big enough to run and play, with paths and trees. the forest area is also fully fenced with trails through the woods. both can get very muddy after rains so wear footwear that can be washed. for the dogs there’s a hose off area to get the worst of it off them before they get back in the car. there’s also a fully fenced “shy dog” area. and if our pup has too much stimulation we can walk her all around the rest of the park on-leash.
    we’ve had great experiences here!

  • Paige
    May 9, 2022
    Great but watch out for aggressive dogs

    This is such a great dog park that would receive 5 bones except it’s so highly trafficked it brings in the unaware/unresponsive owners who have aggressive dogs. No dogs are perfect, we can’t expect them to be, but humans should k ow not to bring their aggressive dogs to dog parks, especially such high traffic ones like this. there’s a GS there named Bella that attacks dogs unprovoked, mine was attacked and apparently it was the second of the day.

    The low impact dog area is SO muddy, and so is the off leash dog trail but it’s wonderful outside of the mud. bring hiking boots!

  • Carol
    Apr 26, 2022
    Nice but small

    it was a nice set up but small.

  • Josephine
    Aug 29, 2021
    Love it!

    I love that they have an off- leash trail

  • Melissa
    Oct 13, 2020
    Huge and safe

    This is a an awesome dog park. Everything else will pale in comparison. Massive open meadow for regular dogs. The open space closest to the gate is bare dirt and can be dusty in the summer when the dogs are running. Some agility equipment like jumps and a dog walk. Good sized area for small/shy dogs. It borders the fenced off leash trail area on 3 sides. No agility equipment in shy dog area but they do have a bench and a picnic table with trees for shade. There is a dumpster and a portable toilet right outside of the fenced areas. The rest of the park had plenty of space to walk your dog on a leash. There are almost always dogs to play with in the open meadow. Small or shy dog area isn’t as popular.

  • Matt
    Sep 7, 2020
    Great Park

    I’ve been taking our new puppy to Willis Tucker for a couple of weeks and every time has been a very positive experience.
    Great park and great people who care about their dogs. Our dog loves it. Highly recommend to anyone.

  • Carey
    Aug 14, 2020
    One big Doggie Playdate!

    Yesterday was my dogs first time at a dog park and she loved it! The wide open spaces and the variety in the terrain is awesome. I really appreciate that there is a more active dog area, as well as an area designated for older/more shy dogs. Plus, there is an off leash trail. I cannot wait to take my dog back. Highly recommend.

  • Angela
    Mar 1, 2020
    Amazing Dog Park

    I was visiting my mom and we tried 5 other dog parks in the area. This was the only one that actually had dogs at it with owners being responsible! Very for a dog park and the even have a hose to rinse off you pup.

  • Josh
    More than a year ago
    Best One Yet

    Just finished driving cross country with my furry friend and stopped at many dog parks on the way. This one is hands down the best one yet. Has everything a dog could want. Open areas, wooded areas, a small agility park and more. Great place for the pooch!

  • Elisabeth
    Apr 6, 2018
    Love this park!

    We love this park! There is parking at the actual dog park or at the playground if you want to get some more exercise. The actual park is great bevause it has everything my dog could ask for in a park. Holes, hills, trees, and some large mud puddles. After we do the actual dog park, we head over to the off leash trail which is also amazing. My dog loves to be off leash and be able to explore and I like that I don’t have to worry about her because it is all fenced. There is a hose and water pump to wash off your dog and yourself because this park can get quite muddy so bring towels. Lots of parking and areas to sit and watch your dog play.

  • Bethy
    More than a year ago

    This is by far our favorite dog park. It is huge. We prefer the meadow and I believe it is the most popular one. You are able to find an area secluded from the masses to play along with your dog or you can let them run from group to group.
    Be careful of the mud. It is everywhere. My boxer's paws look black when he is done playing.
    The parking is a short walk on a trail unless you have handicapped stickers, then you can park right at the park.

  • Julie
    More than a year ago
    Something for Everyone

    This is the coolest dog park I've been too. It has something for everyone, and is a wonderful place to walk around with your pup.

  • Erin
    More than a year ago
    True love

    This newly designed dog park is just about perfect in every way! With a nice trail walk to the actual park from where you park your car dogs are able to get out some excess energy before you actually put them off leash. And its a great way to meet and greet other dog owners. With three choices of places for your dog to play once you reach the park its a great variety. With the large open meadow area your dog can run around and play in long grass and flat areas and jump around on fallen tree logs. With the forested trail you and your dog can explore trails and underbrush for all kinds of adventures and shy and senor dogs get a nice quiet area where they can explore and interact with having to worry about the open meadows more exuberant canine members!

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