Magnuson off leash dog park

Seattle offers several off-leash dog parks that are sure to please your pet

Instead of keeping an eye on them in your backyard by yourself, take them to an off-leash dog park in which they can mingle with other adorable canines and socialize.

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Denny Park


The oldest park in the city, Denny Park, has an off-leash section that is 105 acres large. The park is meticulously maintained with grass and huge trees. There is a place where dogs can run free as well as benches and a play area for kids. To protect your dog, there are two gates at the entry and a four-foot-tall fence surrounding the off-leash area.

Genesee Park

With two double-gated gates, the 2.7-acre Genesee off-leash area is totally walled. The park is safe, level, and primarily covered in gravel. For canines who are less socially confident, this park also has a small, enclosed area for them.

Blue Dog Pond

The Blue Dog Pond in Southeast Seattle, next to I-90, is ideal for ball throwing and letting your dog run about unrestrained. The park is 1.7 acres in size and is completely gated. It contains sculptures all over the place that give it character, including a huge blue dog just at gateway. The park could become muddy during the wet season.

Kinnear Park

A 5,400 square foot dog park is located at Kinnear Park. To ensure dog safety, the off-leash area features a four-foot-tall fence around it, a double gate entrance, and a single gate emergency exit in the back. Along with logs and pebbles, it also has wooden fencing and wood chip flooring.

Magnuson Park

The Magnuson off-leash is Seattle’s largest dog-friendly backyard that is completely fenced. The only off-leash area with access to Lake Washington’s freshwater shoreline inside of city limits, this play area is primarily flat. Within the bigger dog park, off-leash area has a separate area for small dogs.

Off leash Area

9 acres make up the Magnuson off-leash area. It is Seattle’s largest fully-fenced dog backyard, where city dogs may play with their friends. The sole off leash area with access to Lake Washington’s freshwater shoreline is located inside the city limits.

The location features a sizable, mostly level place to play, a looping route with various open spaces and variations in nature along way, and lots of space for dog owners & one‘s dogs including all stages to “work out.” The majority of the gravel portion of the trail is wheelchair accessible.

Magnuson off leash group

We at the Magnuson Off Leash Group are committed to upholding the best dog park on the planet, but simply can’t do that without you.

We’re seeking for examples of people like:

  • Grant writers with experience
  • The creators of in-park signs
  • For planning work parties, project managers
  • Attendees at a work celebration
  • Handymen for carpentry and little repairs

Motives for MOLG volunteerism

  • You’ll meet new people.
  • Network possibilities
  • Improving the dog park so that it better benefits the neighbourhood
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