Other Dog Activities in Kenmore, WA

There are 32 other dog friendly attractions within 20 miles of Kenmore. 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 Kenmore.

Pet Friendly Ballard Locks
Ballard Locks Take a scenic stroll with your leashed pet through this lovely Seattle public park. Watch the boats pass through the locks or catch a glimpse of the salmon making their way up the specially-designed fish ladder and through the locks. See Details
Pet Friendly Kubota Garden
Kubota Garden Soak up the beauty of nature as you stroll through this gorgeous park and botanic garden. Pets welcome as long as they remain on-leash. See Details
Seattle FlyDogs The Seattle FlyDogs is a local community club open to membership application by individuals, created with the intent to enrich the lives of dogs and their handlers by offering participation and training in canine athletic sports. Its purpose is for creating public awareness of dog sports, providing weekly drop-in training for all breeds and speeds, and for building camaraderie among its members and students with organized participation in skillful, athletic canine activities. As their location changes often, check their website for more information on their sessions. See Details
Northwest Floatplane Picnics For an unforgettable experience, enjoy a private picnic on one of the Seattle area islands with Northwest Floatplane Picnics in cooperation with Kenmore Air. Charter the entire floatplane, bring along your human and canine friends, and land on a remote island for a gourmet meal. See Details
Northwest Outdoor Center Get out on Lake Union with your pup with a SUP or kayak rental from Northwest Outdoor Center. The guided paddles are also dog friendly, but make sure that the other person in the boat is okay with doing the extra work. See Details
Fremont Sunday Street Market Bring your leashed pet along with you as you browse the colorful stalls at Seattle's Fremont Sunday market. See Details
Woodland Park Rose Garden Tucked away next to the Woodland Park Zoo is the Woodland Park Rose Garden. Wander among one of only two dozen certified American Rose Test Gardens, where you and your pup can see new rose hybrids before they become available to amateur rose gardeners. Just make sure Fido is on a leash while you enjoy the garden. See Details
Postdoc Brewing Located at the east entrance to Marymoor Park, Postdoc Brewing offers a variety of beers on tap perfect for savoring after playing in the park with you pup. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome to accompany their humans in the tasting room. See Details
Palouse Winery Palouse Winery was founded in 2003 by an ambitious couple who were ready to pursue a lifelong dream. George & Linda Kirkish, along with many others do believe Palouse's award winning wines are 'Smooth, Round, & Voluptuous' like the hills of Palouse. Come for a visit While you can try our wines at a variety of Washington State restaurants and retailers, there's nothing like experiencing our wine at our winery on Vashon Island. Come for a day, weekend, or longer - Vashon Island welcomes you with open arms. Vashon is just a short ferry ride away, but a world apart from anything else you've ever experienced. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and breathe easy. See Details
Covington Cellars Hospitable and dog-friendly, this winery goes all out for every event, tasting, and pairing! Welcoming owners offer excellent cabernet. See Details
Alexandria Nicole Winery Alexandria Nicole Winery has 3 locations for tours of stunning scenery and tastings of outstanding wines. Dogs are very welcome and given treats! See Details
Bolles Organic Berry Farm Bolles Organic Berry Farm is pet-friendly. During the season, they feature u-pick strawberries and raspberries. Leashed dogs are welcome to help you pick the best berries, as long as they are well-behaved and you clean up any mess left behind. See Details
Brian Carter Cellars Visit the "little yellow tasting room" with over 30 notable vintages and a casual, relaxing atmosphere that's also dog friendly. Tasting fee is waived with minimum purchase. See Details
Elsom Cellars Winery Elsom Cellars is an urban winery in the SODO area three blocks south from Lander street. They specialize in gorgeous, full-bodied red wines. Enjoy a tasting, glass, or share a bottle with friends. Leashed dogs are welcome and refreshments and snacks are available for pups. See Details
Hemlock State Brewing Co. Hemlock State Brewing Co. is pet-friendly. They welcome dogs to join their owners for a lovely beverage out on the patio or inside the taproom itself. The beers range from lighter ales like the Door Splitter ESB, to darker ales like the Woodsman Porter. Dogs should avoid the grassy kids area. The brewery is open Monday through Thursday from 3pm to 10pm, Friday from 3pm to 11pm, Saturday from 12pm to 11pm and Sunday from 12pm to 9pm. See Details
Seattle Center Monorail The Seattle Center Monorail is pet-friendly. This elevated monorail line welcomes dogs and their owners to ride together, as long as Fido is wearing his leash. The service operates along Fifth Avenue between Seattle Center in Lower Queen Anne and Westlake Center in Downtown. The monorails' hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 7:30am to 9:00pm, Friday from 7:30am to 11:00pm, Saturday from 8:30am-11:00pm, and Sunday from 8:30am-9:00pm. 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
Cromwell Park Cromwell Park is a pristine, dog-friendly recreation area. Dogs are welcome on a leash if all mess is cleaned up after them. The rest of the park is full of fun stuff to keep people busy, including baseball area, basketball court, open space for Fido to roam around, a picnic area, and a public area. The best part about the park are the paved trails, a great place to take Fido for a good walk. See Details
Lake Stevens Brewery Lake Stevens Brewery is a welcoming taproom and brewhouse with a family and dog-friendly environment, crafting unique and fresh beers with local PNW ingredients. Their rotating taps feature a large variety of brews including IPAs, stouts, American Amber, blonde ale, porter, cider and more. They do not serve food but you are welcome to bring your own food with you. See Details
JM Cellars JM Cellars is a dog friendly winery located in Woodinville on a beautiful, wooded hillside known as “Bramble Bump”, approximately 15 miles northeast of Seattle. One of the most picturesque wine tasting rooms in the Pacific Northwest, this 7-acre private arboretum boasts walking trails, a pond, bocce ball court and an array of gorgeous flora and fauna. Dogs must remain outdoors, on leash, out from under foot of service areas and all waste must be picked up and taken with you for disposal. See Details
The Seattle Barkery The Seattle Barkery is pet-friendly. Starting life as a food truck traveling around Seattle, this company has since expanded into a brick and mortar store. Bring your pooch along to order her next birthday cake, sample delicious treats and make new friends at this bakery for canines. They are open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 5pm. See Details
Matthew's Winery Matthew's Winery is pet-friendly. This family owned and operated winery is based in Woodinville, WA. They take inspiration from the great wine blending techniques of Bordeaux and from the exceptional fruit that Washington produces. Leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor areas. They are open Sunday through Thursday from 12pm to 7pm and Friday to Saturday from 11am to 9pm. See Details
Warehouse Wine District Located on the hill above Woodinville and Highway 522, the Warehouse District is a bit like the Meatpacking District of New York. This is a smaller, grittier, no-frills style of winemaking. The results, however, are anything but. And what it lacks in scenery and façade, the Warehouse District more than makes up for in vibe and taste. For wine, beer and spirits enthusiasts, there’s a density here that’s to die for. This is the home of more boutique wineries per square foot than any wine region in the world, right in Seattle’s backyard, and most of them are dog friendly. See their website for a listing of wineries. See Details
J&A's Winery J&A's Winery is a dog friendly, cozy little boutique winery nestled away in the Warehouse Winery district in Woodinville. Their wine is made from grapes sourced from all over Eastern Washington state. They strive to make sure both two and four-legged visitors enjoy their experience; ear scratches are always free and freely given! See Details