3/4 of an acre which is fully fenced with a 5ft black chain link fence. The property is towards the end of a dead-end lane in a peaceful setting outside of downtown Woodinville. All gates except for the main entry gate are locked. Come and let your dog (s) run, play, and sniff..... If your dog(s) would like friends to play with, I have a beagle and small goldendoodle that are social and love to play with other pups. Knock on the front door and if I am home, they can come out and play for a while.
We have 3 acres of wide open space. The property is partially fenced and surround by a tall thick tree line and small forest. It’s back off of the road and really private. Lots of room to play fetch!
Magical Mossy Forest Sniffspot is a dog-tested doggy preferred Sniffspot just outside Redmond on the way to Carnation. It is also preferred by people, adults and kids alike because it has water, power, trails, picnic tables, chairs, several firepits, porta-potties, 2 swingsets, 3 Arrow Fort, a log bridge to cross over Little Ames Creek for when the creek is full, lots of picturesque moss, and many trails over 5 forested moss covered acres. Note that the creek is dry in midsummer until the fall rains kick in. Parking is near the road, separated by 100 ft of woods, so we suggest that all our doggy friends be leashed until they are walking on the trails with you. The parking area can only be located where it is to protect the ecology of Little Ames Creek. Please leash your dog until into the forest away from the parking area. Watch kids and dogs in the parking area near the road, and at Ames Creek. A log bridge is used to cross Ames Creek, or you can ford it to cross into the rest of Magical Mossy Forest Sniffspot. Please pack out doggy bags with you because there is no garbage pickup here, please leave this natural location the same as you found it. If there is a downpour and you want to wait it out there is a dry shed to wait in in the parking area. Access to power helps keep your batteries charged. Please carry your own toilet paper - sorry it gets stolen so we can't promise there will be any TP, it is cleaned once a week, Let us know if you have any questions. Enjoy!
It’s always been very safe for off leash woodland adventures...because it feels like you have it all to yourself. You begin down at the lower pond by the castle and rock wall, Following a laidback walk in the shade up to the new off leash park. There is bug spray along the trail in case you forget to use some and want it. Please respect other visitors and make sure to put your doggie bags in the provided trash bins, and PLEASE do not put your doggie bags in the fire pit!!!
Once an organic diversified farm it is now being converted to pasture and hay fields. It is nestled on the banks of the Snoqualmie River with tributaries flowing through the farm so lots of opportunities for fun times and lots of running and sniffing.
Mix of spacious lawn and open woods with lots of birds, rabbits, and the occasional squirrel. Also, a disc golf basket available for use.
👷♀️ October 2023: The neighbors who live behind me have moved out and the owner is doing some backyard clearing of blackberry bushes. If your pup is highly people reactive, this might not be a great time for you to visit. I haven’t yet seen the owners out there but am noticing the changes in the yard!!👷♀️ I have a fully-fenced third of an acre backyard with a variety of grass, dirt, and weeds hanging out, at the moment. Lots of room for your pups to run, play fetch and roll around. There’s a hose and a dog bowl for your pups to use as needed, and poop bags and a trash bin for your convenience. Please pick up poop before you head home for the day. ❤️ Please park on the grassy corner off of 126th and walk your pups east on 126th to the chain link fence gate by the big cedar tree! That’s the easiest entry point. 👍 🚌 School is back in session, and there’s a school bus stop on the other side of my fence. If your pup is people reactive, avoid the 7-8:30am and 2-4pm hours on weekdays! 🚌 Tag us in your photos if you post them to Instagram: @dougsdogpark
Fully fenced back yard with entry gate and easy street parking. Always looking to improve the guest experience, so am open to any suggestions. Currently have a few balls (soccer ball size), dog bowl, hose, doggie bags, and a trash bin for your dog(s) and covered seating for you. Please park on 140th Ave (always open). Also have a string on the fence gate so you can step right in. Thank you, Alex
Fully fenced ~.5 acre lawn! Agility jump pole and balls available.
3 acres, fully fenced, wooded area full of overgrown trees, bushes and even some blackberries. This is natural wooded area, not a manicured playground. 𝐂𝐡𝐞𝐜𝐤 𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐄𝐱𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐬!!
This field is only 30 mins north of Seattle, very close to I-5 and 405. It is relatively flat and a lot of fun for dogs to run and sniff. Wide-open space for running, digging and has quite a bit of shade to one side—a lot of space for retrieving balls or to walk around and sniff. The fencing is very secure and 8 feet tall. There is a power line over head. Given the current COVID-19 situation: please bring your own toys, water bowl, and chairs. Given the current wet season (=soft dirt), PLEASE DO NOT SMOKE/VAPE anywhere on the property nor ALLOW YOUR DOGS TO DIG ALONG THE FENCE LINE. We also have another field "Awesome private dog park in Bothell" if Emerald Field is busy. https://www.sniffspot.com/share/n1roq
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|Designed for private play|
|Rentable by the hour|
|Off leash options|
|Very large and/or fully fenced options|
|Pricing||$5 - $15 per dog per hour||Free|
Sniffspot has different types of private dog parks to allow any dog to find their ideal spot!