Whidbey Island is a beautiful place to take your furry friend for a stroll, but sometimes you just want to give them a chance to run free. Luckily, there are several off-leash areas on the island where your pup can do just that. Here are the top four off-leash areas for dogs in Whidbey Island.
Double Bluff Beach:
Located on the southern end of the island, Double Bluff Beach is a popular spot for both dogs and their owners. The off-leash area is located on the north end of the beach and is a great place for your pup to run around and play in the sand.
Marguerite Brons Memorial Park:
This park in Clinton is a combination of meadow and forest making up 13 acres of fenced in dog meadows and forest. Owners can have peace of mind choosing from 3 different areas: a small dog area, a large meadow where dogs can play off-leash, or a large wooded space for dogs and there humans to walk the trails. Learn more about it here.
The off-leash area at Greenbank Farm is a great place for your dog to run around and play with other pups. There are plenty of walking trails around the farm that you and your furry friend can enjoy together while enjoying the incredible view.
Dave Mackie Park:
This 5 mile park is located in Freeland. Dave Mackie Park has a small off-leash area that is perfect for dogs who don’t need a lot of space to run. There are also several walking trails in the park that you and your furry friend can enjoy together. Best of all the park is equipped with a Dog Wash to keep your furry friend clean.
Overall, Whidbey Island has several great off-leash areas where you can take your pup to run free and play with other dogs. Just remember to always clean up after your furry friend and follow the rules of each park to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.
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