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Loganberry Lane Off Leash Dog Area

Loganberry Lane Off Leash Dog Park is a large wooded area between Kasch Park Athletic Complex and Walter Hall Golf Course in Everett, WA. It has an open area at the entrance off of 18th Ave W, but most of the area is a network of forested trails through natural vegetation. A couple of things to be aware of - It can be a bit muddy at times and it is not totally fenced, so you need to be aware that there are a couple of places your dog can escape the park boundaries. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Loganberry Lane Off Leash Dog Area has received a rating of 2.9 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Ji
    Apr. 9, 2022

    sign posted saying "pit bull breeds not allowed off leash" very discriminatory against bully breeds.

  • Jeff
    Jan. 30, 2022
    the trails here are great

    The socializing area is not very big but I never see it that crowded. I go a couple times a week. Both my dogs love the trails. I feel like I find a new path every time. My dogs recall well so the fact that the trails might not be fully enclosed is not a worry for me. It does get muddy and there is lots of water if your dogs enjoy getting in the ponds.

  • Pam
    Sep. 6, 2021
    Map deceptive, entry on 18th

    Love the trails. CLEARLY POSTED at entry that trail area is not necessarily secure and your dog needs to be under your (voice?) Control there.

  • Melissa
    Oct. 5, 2020
    Cool Walking Trails

    I copied the address from this site into my GPS but, that didn't quite get me to the park. I had to travel several blocks past the intersection listed on this site. I just kept moving forward through this residential area and found it. The park has large obvious signs so you'll know you're in the right place. The fenced section of the off leash area appeared secure to me. There were double gates at the two entrance points. There wasn't a separate section for small/shy dogs so, that's unfortunate for me and my 8 lbs dog. However, we were able to enjoy the cool wooded trails on a leash. I noticed lots of gaps in the fencing which bordered the golf course and it didn't appear to be fenced when we reached the top of a trail which lead to the athletic fields. I saw wooden posts where the trails branched off but didn't see any signage or maps for wayfinding. So, I was careful to remember which turns I made so that I could get back. My dog enjoyed sniffing so we had a good time but there's room for improvement.

  • Douglas
    More than a year ago
    not enclosed!!!

    My dogs escaped through one of the MANY locations that this massive park leaves wide open. There are no signs that it isn't complete enclosed anywhere. When I called the parks and rec Dept. They seemed oblivious that it wasn't a common knowledge thing and that they had "never received a complaint before". I won't be bringing my dogs back to this park again. While we were looking for them we also saw snakes, rabbits, and some pretty gnarly mud / putrid water pits filled with insects.

  • Colin
    More than a year ago
    unpolished but good

    Water isn't safe but nice otherwise

  • David
    More than a year ago
    Trails for tails

    This is my dogs favorite park. There is a trail system that seems bigger then it is, but allow the dogs enough area to explore. One side of the park backs up to a golf course where the fence is not the most secure, I haven't seen any escapes yet but I secretly hope I see a dog running on to a fairway. The back of the OLA meets up with Kasch park ballfields. There is some waterholes among the trails and it does get muddy in the winter. The main area is not large but has a lot of trees and enough space for medium sized dogs to chase after balls and stuff.

  • Katie
    More than a year ago
    Very happy pup!

    I have a 3-month old Blue Heeler and this was a great place to socialize him. The owners were very friendly as well as the other dogs. The trails were a good place for him to take a break from the other dogs, despite the fact that they were very muddy. It is advised to bring a towel to rub down your dog before getting into the car.

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