Dog Friendly Activities in Greenbank, WA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Greenbank, and 16 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Greenbank.

Pet Friendly Greenbank Farm
Greenbank Farm Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this farm near Highway 525 and Wonn Road. See Details
Pet Friendly Double Bluff Beach
Double Bluff Beach Dogs go wild for the chance to run off-leash at this 2-mile stretch of wide, beautiful sand. There's even a doggie washing station to rinse off at. See Details
Discovery Bay Golf Course Discovery Bay Golf Course is a pet friendly, public golf course. Bring your dog along to enjoy 18 holes of golf on Washington's oldest public golf course. Surrounded by unspoiled views of the Olympic and Cascade mountains, Discovery Bay Golf Course is an excellent place to relax and enjoy golfing with man's best friend. See Details
Edmonds Marina Beach Off-Leash Dog Park Located about 20 miles north of Seattle, the Edmonds Marina Beach Off-Leash Dog Area one of the few off-leash dog areas that provides access to a beach on Puget Sound where dogs can swim and play in the water. There is a doggie rinsing station and the beach is partially fenced, though you need to be careful as dogs are not allowed on the adjacent beaches. See Details
Tails and Trails Japanese Gulch Dog Park Tails and Trails Dog Park and Japanese Gulch Park is a 3/4 acre fully fenced, doubled-gated off-leash dog area that opened in October 2012. The park features a grassy lawn, agility equipment, benches, clean-up bag dispensers and trash cans. See Details
Chetzemoka Dog Park Port Townsend pooches rave about this small, fenced dog run, where they are welcome to run and play off-leash. The park is located about 1.5 blocks north of Chetzemoka City Park. See Details
Patmore Pit Dog Park The Patmore Pit Dog Park offers the largest fenced area of all the Whidbey Island off-leash parks. Patmore is a forty-acre meadow, now completely fenced, with a separate fenced agility area, fenced small dog area, toys, water, and poop bags provided. See Details
Clover Valley Dog Park This lovely, wooded dog park is a great place to bring your pet for some off-leash exercise. The park is fully fenced. See Details
Marguerite Brons Memorial Park This fenced, off-leash dog park is a great place to bring your pet to socialize and play. Includes covered picnic shelter and water station. See Details
Marguerite Brons Dog Park Enjoy this 13-acre, fenced, off-leash dog park with wooded areas, trails and open meadows. A great place for your pet to socialize. See Details
Fort Worden Historical State Park Leashed dogs are welcome to join you at Fort Worden Historical State Park. With more than 400 acres to explore, you and Fido are sure to enjoy a day in the great outdoors. Park features include over two miles of saltwater shoreline, beautiful views of Puget Sound, and many historic buildings. Dogs must be leashed at all times and humans must clean up after their pets. See Details
Port Townsend Sidewalk Tours Historic Port Townsend walking tour is easily the easiest (and best) way to see town. The tour of Uptown and Downtown historical districts is accessible for all and dog-friendly! See Details
Patmore Pit Dog Park Patmore Pit off-leash park has the largest fenced area of all the Whidbey Island off-leash parks. Patmore is a 15-acre meadow with a separate fenced agility area, fenced small dog area, toys, water, and poop bags provided. Directions: Hwy 525 North or 20 South to Patmore Road turn West on Patmore Road to second road on left. Follow road to gate, entrance will be on your left. See Details
Marguerite Brons Memorial Park Offering 13 acres of meadow and woods, Marguerite Brons Memorial Park is popular with dogs and their humans. The park is completely fenced allowing humans to relax and socialize while their dogs run and play safely. The park consists of 3 different areas: a small dog area, a large open meadow, and an even larger wooded area with trails. Directions: From SR 525 head south on Bayview Road about 1/2 mile. The park entrance is on the left (south) side of Bayview Road. See Details
Fort Ebey State Park Fort Ebey State Park is pet-friendly. Located on the western side of Whidbey Island, the area was built as a coastal defense fort during the Second World War. There are 25 miles of trails around the park to enjoy and a two-mile stretch of pet-friendly beach too. The park is open every day of the week from 8am until dusk. See Details
Whidbey Island Ferry Whidbey Island Ferry is a way of getting your pooch to the pet-friendly island of Whidbey. Located near Seattle, the island itself has dog beaches and more to keep Fido entertained. The ferry schedule varies, so check out their website to plan your trip. See Details
Camano Island State Park Camano Island State Park is pet-friendly. Leashed dogs are welcome to walk on the pebbly beach with their owners between the driftwood, as long as they are well-behaved and cleaned up after. Dogs are also welcome in select cabins located at the state park. Camano Island State Park is open every day of the week from 8:00am to 4:30pm. See Details