Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Friday Harbor, WA

There are 2 dog friendly hiking trails in Friday Harbor. 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 Friday Harbor.

Pet Friendly Lime Kiln Point State Park
Lime Kiln Point State Park Considered to be one of the best places in the world to watch whales from land, Lime Kiln Point State Park (also known as Whale Watch Park) in Friday Harbor, WA, welcomes leashed pets. Enjoy dog-friendly hiking, bird-watching and whale-watching along with Fido is this gorgeous and environmentally diverse state park. There is an entrance fee per person. See Details
Pet Friendly San Juan Island National Historical Park
San Juan Island National Historical Park San Juan Island National Historical Park is the perfect stop for those who love history, the outdoors and dogs. Leashed pups (up to 6 feet) are welcome on all park trails and ocean beaches in the park. Hike the dog-friendly trails of the American and English camps, pick Himalayan blackberries, watch birds, and enjoy observing whales, seals, porpoises, otters in the company of your furry friend. See Details
Moran State Park Moran State Park is a 5,000 acre dog-friendly recreation area on Orcas Island in Olga, WA. Offering 5 freshwater lakes, 38 miles of hiking, bicycling, mountain biking and equestrian trails, and 150 campsites, Moran State Park is an ideal destination for an adventure with Fido. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park and on trails. Open for year-round exploration, the park leads visitors along forests trails, though wetlands and bogs, and across hills. Aside from day trips, visitors to Moran State Park have the option to reserve a campsite at one of five different areas throughout the island. See Details
Gulf Islands National Park Preserve Gulf Islands National Park Preserve is a dog-friendly natural attraction in Saturna Island, BC. Spanning fifteen islands between Washington State and Vancouver Island, water surrounding the Gulf Islands are teeming with seals, otters, orcas and pods of porpoises. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you when exploring Gulf Islands National Park Preserve and should always be kept at a safe distance from wildlife. Hike to mountaintop viewpoints or kayak across sheltered waterways to lagoons with rare birdlife. A visit to the white sand beaches of Cabbage Island, or challenging hike to Mount Warburton Pike - the highest elevation in the Gulf Islands- are two highly recommended activities. For additional guidance about visiting with Fido, please visit this link: See Details
Mount Constitution Loop Trail at Moran State Park Explore Mount Constitution Loop Trail, a 7.9 mile route within Moran State Park in Olga, WA. A challenging yet popular dog-friendly trail, hikers reaching the summit are rewarded with expansive views of the San Juan archipelago. Once reaching the peak of Mount Constitution, admire Ellsworth Storey's Tower, a historical landmark occupying a prominent hilltop position. Dogs are not permitted to enter or climb the stone tower. Hikers should allow 4 hours to complete Mount Constitution Loop Trail and it is best traversed from April to October. See Details