Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Brinnon, WA

There’s 1 dog friendly hiking trail in Brinnon, and 3 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 Brinnon.

Pet Friendly Camp Mystery / Marmot Pass
Camp Mystery / Marmot Pass Camp Mystery / Marmot Pass is a 11 mile hike in Olympic National Forest that will take about 8 hours to complete with Fido. This trail will first take you through a mossy-green rainforest as it follows the Big Quilcene River, before ascending into drier forests, and finally entering into grassy meadows. There are ample opportunities for your dog to get a refreshing drink in the river and streams. See Details
Pet Friendly Tubal Cain Mine Meadows (Buckhorn Lake)
Tubal Cain Mine Meadows (Buckhorn Lake) Tubal Cain Mine Meadows / Buckhorn Lake Trail is a 14 mile hike in Olympic National Forest that will take about 6 to 7 hours (day hike or backpack) to complete with Fido. If making this hike in the spring, you will see blooming evergreen shrubs and lots of pink rhododendron blossoms. Year round, you can spot the various birds and wildlife. Directions: From the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge, drive State Route 104 to its end and veer north onto US 101. Proceed 16 miles and turn left onto Louella Road (just before reaching the Sequim Bay State Park entrance). In 1 mile turn left on Palo Alto Road, continuing for 6 miles. Bear right at a junction onto Forest Road 2880. The road descends and crosses the Dungeness River, coming to another junction in 1.7 miles, where you turn left on FR 2870. In 2.6 miles bear right at a junction to continue on FR 2870 (formerly called FR 2860). Continue 10 miles to the trailhead. See Details
Farm at Water's Edge Walking Trail This dog-friendly trail is owned by the Pacific Northwest Salmon Center in Belfair, WA. The Salmon Center has many acres available for on-leash dog walking at the foot of Hood Canal. Land on the east side of Roessel Road is open, but lands on the west side are part of a habitat restoration project and are currently closed to dogs. The trail is currently only open during business hours, M-F 8AM - 5PM. See Details
Silver Lakes Silver Lakes is a 10 mile hike in Olympic National Forest that will take about 8 hours to complete with Fido. Enjoy the solitude at Silver Lake, an out of the way destination whose beauty is worth it. The lake is stocked with fish, and the grassy mountain slopes are home to deer, elk, and other wildlife. See Details