Off-Leash Dog Parks in Seattle, WA

There are 18 off-leash dog parks in Seattle. 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 Seattle.

Pet Friendly Westcrest Park Off-Leash Area
Westcrest Park Off-Leash Area Westcrest Park Off-Leash Area is an 8.4 acres, dog-friendly park in Seattle, WA. The park features a doggie drinking fountain, shade, trees and lots of open space. There is also a separated area for small and shy dogs located on the southwest side of the main off-leash area. For people, the off-leash area provides benches, chairs, and a shady place to relax. Restrooms, play areas and picnic areas are nearby. See Details
Pet Friendly Dogwood Play Park
Dogwood Play Park Dogwood Play Park is an indoor/outdoor off-leash dog park & bar in Seattle, WA. Fido can run, play and socialize in a safe environment while you unwind with a relaxing drink. A fee is required for entry. Visitors can choose to pay for a "drop in" single visit, or purchase a monthly or annual membership. Fido can romp around both the indoor and outdoor areas which are equipped with play structures such as tunnels and giant oversized tires. Human visitors can step up to the bar and choose from a selection of beer, cider, wine, non-alcoholic drink options and snacks. See Details
Warren G. Magnuson Park Off-Leash Dog Area Bring Fido out for a day of play at Magnuson Off-Leash Dog Area in Seattle, WA. It's a fully-fenced, 6-acre dog park divided into several smaller areas with winding trails and access to swim in Lake Washington. There are picnic tables and benches for humans to sit and watch their pups have fun. See Details
Dog Park at Woodland Park Bring Fido to this dog park in Seattle, WA, located in the north-central area of Woodland Park. The fully fenced space is gravel covered in a fully-shaded, wooded area with a sloped hillside and steps. Amenities include benches, water access, and waste stations. See Details
Denny Park Off-Leash Area Located in the Seattle, WA's oldest park, Denny Park Off-Leash Area is a safe space for Fido to socialize and play. The Off-Leash Area is .105-acres, wheelchair accessible, surfaced with granolithic gravel, double-gated, and surrounded by a 4' tall fence. See Details
Dog Yard Dog Yard is Seattle’s finest indoor/outdoor off-leash play park and bar. A place where parents and their pups can socialize, exercise, relax, and enjoy a drink or treat! Before entering the park, all dogs must register a Pet Profile and upload vaccination records. Owners can enjoy beer, seltzer, hard cider, wine, as well as bottomless mimosas on Sundays. The Dog Yard also serve snacks and plenty of dog-friendly edible treats! See Details
Magnolia Manor Park Off-Leash Area Seattle, WA, is home to Magnolia Manor Park, an off-leash area in which pets love to play. This 21,000 sq ft recreation space features a "chuck it" game zone, a dog drinking fountain and spectacular views. Ensure Fido is leashed when entering/exiting this off-leash area. See Details
Northacres Park Off-Leash Area Pets love playing at the fenced-in off-leash area at Northacres Park in Seattle, WA. This recreation space is located in the northeast corner of the community park. Open spaces, trails, shade, play areas, picnic spaces, benches, and drinking water can all be found within this 1.6-acre dog park. Ensure Fido is leashed when re-entering the more extensive public park. See Details
Blue Dog Pond at Sam Smith Park Blue Dog Pond is an off-leash area at Sam Smith Park in Seattle, WA, marked by a sculpture of a big blue dog! Pets are welcome to play with their furry companions in this 1.7-acre fenced-in recreation area. The rectangular dog park has running water and grassy side slopes that Fido can run up and down. See Details
Dog Park at Plymouth Pillars Park Bring Fido to the dog park at Plymouth Pillars Park in downtown Seattle, WA! The .2-acre space is fully fenced and gravel covered with seating areas, waste stations, and water fountains for dogs and humans. See Details
Regrade Park Off-Leash Area Regrade Park has a small fenced-in off-leash area where Fido can exercise and play with his pet companions. This community dog park is conveniently located in downtown Seattle, WA, which makes it a favorite among locals. Double-gated entry/exit and five-foot-tall fencing assure your pup's safety near the substantial street traffic. The park also offers running water and wheelchair accessibility. See Details
I-5 Colonnade Dog Park Bring Fido out for an afternoon of exercise at I-5 Colonnade Park in Seattle, WA. This fenced city dog park is protected from the rain by the overpass and is gravel covered. It includes benches, a water spigot, and waste stations. It's located on a steep slope under the I-5 freeway just north of downtown Seattle, covering .5 acre with several large tiers connected by walkways and stairs. See Details
Growlerz Seattle Join your friends for a beer at the taproom while your dog joins their friends for off-leash playtime. Beat the rain in the covered play area or enjoy the sun in the 7,000 sq. ft. outdoor beer garden. The beautiful off-leash play park is designed with both your dog and you in mind! The smaller indoor space includes a taproom and plenty of space for you and your dog to hang out. See Details
Voff Dog Park Voff Dog Park is a paid-entry dog park-bar made for dogs by dog people. Pups of all ages are able to roam and romp in the extensive outdoor turf play areas that feature socially distanced seating. With 20+ beers and ciders on tap, wines, wine spritzers, mimosas, and hard seltzers plus a wide selection of non-alcoholic beverages available, Voff is a great destination for you and your pup. Voff Dog Park is a 21+ and over establishment. Single-day entry for one dog is $12, and memberships for one dog cost $65. The park is open Monday - Thursday 2 pm - 10 pm, Friday 2 pm - 11 pm, Saturday 12 pm - 11 pm, Sunday 12 pm - 9 pm. See Details
Genesee Park Off-Leash Area Genesee Park is a community recreation space in Seattle, WA, that features a 2.7-acre off-leash area for Fido! The dog park is entirely fenced-in with two double-gated entrances, a doggie drinking fountain and a separate small/shy dog area. The center two acres of the park are covered in gravel, making it mud-free. See Details
Dr. Jose Rizal Park Off-Leash Area Pets are welcome to enjoy plenty of playtime in the off-leash area at Dr. Jose Rizal Park in Seattle, WA. The fenced-in four-acre park offers spectacular views of the city and Puget Sound, a walking trail and drinking water for pups. The dog area can be accessed from a long set of stairs at the park's north end. See Details
Golden Gardens Off-Leash Area Golden Gardens offers a one-acre off-leash area located in the upper northern portion of this community park in Seattle, WA. The recreation space provides a wide-open site covered in wood chips for Fido and his pet companions to play and run. Tables, benches, shade trees, and a covered area for inclement weather are all amenities of the park. See Details
Kinnear Park Off-Leash Area This off-leash area is located in the west section of Kinnear Park in Seattle, WA. To ensure safety, the park is fully fenced and offers double-gated entry and exit. The dog park is 5,400 square feet, on a relatively flat incline beneath a towering forest. It features a kiosk, natural wooden fencing, wood chip surfacing, logs, rocks, a bench and native plantings on the adjacent hillside. See Details
Marymoor Park Known locally as "Doggy Disneyland," Marymoor Park in Redmond, WA, is best known for its 40 acres of off-leash dog park area. There are trails, open fields, wooded areas, and water to play in. Total heaven if you're a dog! Keep in mind the park is not fully fenced. See Details
Luther Burbank Park Off Leash Area An off-leash area at the north end of the Luther Burbank Park in Mercer Island, WA provides plenty of room for your pup to romp with other dogs. The space features paved walkways, grassy areas, a sandy shore, and water for Fido to cool off and play. Be mindful that the area isn't fully fenced and they have three separate spots for your furry friends. See Details
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