Dog-Friendly Places to Play
Dogs are allowed in all 70 Bellevue Parks and trails while on leash with only 3 exceptions: beach parks in swimming season, Robinswood synthetic turf area, and the Bellevue Botanical Garden. Bellevue also operates a few centrally located off-leash facilities and dog parks (see below).
DOG PARKS & OFF-LEASH FACILITIES
Interested in having some fun with your dog off-leash? Come to the Bellevue Dog Corral in Robinswood Park located at 2432 148th Avenue SE! Open from dawn to dusk. Amenities: Free admission, two fenced-in, ample-sized, off-leash areas, complimentary pet waste bags and receptacles, water spigots for thirsty canines (award-winning hydration system), free parking, centrally located in Bellevue.
Marymoor Park located at 6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE offers a designated 40-acre off-leash area and several dog beaches and is the premier off-leash destination in the Pacific Northwest.
Luther Burbank Park located at 2040 84th Avenue SE on nearby Mercer Island offers a designated off-leash area and a dog beach.
PET-FRIENDLY BEACHES & SWIM AREAS
All of Bellevue's public beaches are open to pets from September 16 through and including May 31.
- Luther Burbank Park offers a designated off-leash area and a dog beach
- Marymoor Park offers a designated off-leash area and several dog beaches
- Lake Sammamish State Park
- Snoqualmie River Off-leash Park
HIKING WITH YOUR DOG IN WASHINGTON STATE
As the Washington Trails Association puts it hiking with a pet in Washington State is simply awesome but is different than hiking with another person. It adds layers of complication and responsibility, too. From choosing dog-friendly trails to etiquette to ensuring your four-legged buddy stays safe, we've got tips and answers to the most frequently asked questions about dogs on trails. Click on this link to take you to some great content and answer all your questions from our partners at the Washington Trails Association.
DOGS AND TAPROOMS WERE MEANT TO BE
Washington State allows all taprooms and breweries to welcome pets! You will find just about every taproom and brewery to be very welcome to your furry friends. However, if they serve food (most do not) they require pets to be outside.