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Skagit Valley Off Leash Dog Parks

We have you covered for dog-friendly tulip gardens during the Tulip Festival.  But what about the other 11 months of the year?  We have compiled a list of off-leash dog parks in Skagit Valley for your 4-legged friends.

Anacortes Off Leash Dog Park – Ace of Hearts Rotary Park

The Ace of Hearts Rotary Park includes off-leash dog areas, one for large and one for small dogs. The fenced dog areas include water for pets, pet waste disposal bags, and portable restrooms.

Burlington Off Leash Dog Park In Development

Burlington is developing an off-leash dog park which should be completed spring 2023!  The off-leash dog park will be at the current location of the Jack Doyal Memorial Park.  This 1.17-acre neighborhood park along Gages Slough offers a picnic table and plenty of open space for all types of family activities.

Mount Vernon Off Leash Dog Park – Bakerview Park

This 40-acre park is located in the northeast quadrant of Mount Vernon. The numerous facilities of this park include four little league fields, three soccer fields, four basketball courts, two sand volleyball courts, a disc golf course, a skate park, outdoor barbecues, children’s playground, picnic areas, public restrooms, a concession stand, a dog park (including a designated small dog area), a 22,000 square foot YMCA indoor recreation center, and a BMX bike track. Kulshan trail runs along the north side of the park and can be accessed directly from the park.

Sedro-Woolley Off Leash Dog Park – Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park consists of approximately 35 acres of city-owned land on the Banks of the Skagit River. The City of Sedro-Woolley and the Sedro-Woolley Rotary Club developed the property, which was dedicated in 1984. The park includes the Sedro-Woolley Off-Leash Dog Park (Bark Park) and several sports fields. There are several facilities available for reservation at the park.