Hike With Your Dog

the site where you won't be able to wipe the wag off your dog's tail

WASHINGTON

National Parks With Hiking

Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

Lake Chelan National Recreation Area
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

Mount Rainer National Park
Dogs are not allowed on the trails or in buildings

North Cascades National Park
Dogs are not allowed on the trails or in buildings

Olympic National Park
Dogs are allowed on the Kalaloch beaches and on the Shady Lane Trail at Staircase

Ross Lake National Recreation Area
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

San Juan Island National Historic Park
Dogs are allowed on leash and on on South Beach can run free if not crowded

Links to National Forests With Hiking
Colville National Forest
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Okanogan National Forest
Olympic National Forest
Wenatchee National Forest
 
State Parks With Hiking
Washington State Parks


Alta Lake State Park
Anderson Lake State Park
Battle Ground Lake State Park
Blake Island State Park
Bogachiel State Park
Brooks Memorial State Park
Camano Island State Park
Centennial Trail State Park
Chief Timothy State Park
Crow Butte State Park
Curlew Lake State Park
Dash Point State Park
Deception Pass State Park
Dosewallips State Park
Federation Forest State Park
Fields Spring State Park
Flaming Geyser State Park
Fort Canby State Park
Fort Casey State Park
Fort Columbia State Park
Fort Ebey State Park
Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Ward State Park
Fort Worden State Park
Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park
Hope Island (Mason) State Park
Horsethief Lake State Park
Ike Kinswa State Park
Iron Horse Trail State Park
Jarrell Cove State Park
Joseph Whidbey State Park
Kanaskat-Palmer State Park
Kitsap Memorial State Park
Kopachuck State Park
Lake Easton State Park
Lake Sammamish State Park
Lake Wenatchee State Park
Larrabee State Park
Lewis & Clark State Park
Lewis & Clark Trail State Park

Lincoln Rock State Park

Manchester State Park

Maryhill State Park
Millersylvania State Park
Moran State Park
Mount Spokane State Park

Nolte State Park

Olallie State Park

Old Fort Townsend State Park

Olmstead Place State Park

Paradise Point State Park

Penrose Point State Park
Peshastin Pinnacles State Park
Potholes State Park
Potlatch State Park
Rainbow Falls State Park
Rasar State Park
Riverside State Park
Rockport State Park
Sacajawea State Park
Schafer State Park
Seaquest State Park
Sequim Bay State Park
South Whidbey State Park
Spencer Spit State Park
Squilchuck State Park
Steamboat Rock State Park
Sun Lakes State Park
Tolmie State Park
Twanoh State Park
Wallace Falls State Park

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Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In Washington

Submitted by Dinah
Just north of Hoodsport Washington is the Hama Hama Recreation Area. There's a trail called the Lena Lake trail, and Lena Lake has actually two parts. "Upper Lena Lake" is inside of the Olympic National Park, so you can't take your dog in there. But "Lower Lena Lake" is outside of the park, while being inside "Olympic National Forest". Dogs ARE allowed up to Lower Lena Lake, and people bring dogs! The river that feeds these lakes goes underground and emerges halfway up the trail to Lower Lena Lake, where your pooch can satisfy his thirst.

Submitted by Collene
We just visited the Mt. Rainier outside of Seattle Washington the other day and they do have one trail that dogs are allowed on that is breathtaking. It's called the Pacific Crest Trail which can be accessed near the Sunrise entrance heading towards Chinook Pass. The trail is 10.5 miles long walked through sub-alpine meadows which are full of flowers from July-Sep., passing lakes and waterfalls. Highly recommended.

Submitted by Jessica
Hi -

I hike often with my two weiner dogs. I wanted to let you know that you can add to your Olympic National Park listing. Dogs are now allowed on the Spruce Railroad Trail on the north side of Lake Crescent. You can read our trip report and get more info here
http://youdidwhatwithyourweiner.com/2011/02/22/pioneering-the-spruce-railroad-trail/.

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