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Dog Friendly Washington - Take your Dog!

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Dog Friendly Washington (+ OR) Food & Drinks

520 Bar & Grill - Bellevue | Main Street

Dog friendly outdoor seating


Paddy Coynes Irish Pub - Bellevue | Downtown

Dog friendly seasonal outdoor patio


Vintage Vino - Maple Valley

Coffee, Wine, & Small Plates

Dogs are allowed on the all-season patio with outdoor fireplace


Imbibe Tap Room - Maple Valley

Dog friendly tap room and patio


Farelli's Pizza - Maple Valley

Seasonal Outdoor Dog Friendly Patio


Maple Valley Bar & Grill - Maple Valley

Seasonal Outdoor Dog Friendly Patio

Cole Street Brewing - Enumclaw

Tasting Room only

Dogs allowed inside, and outside on the seasonal patio

Headworks Brewing Co. - Enumclaw

Dog friendly tap room


Fill's Growlers - Enumclaw

Small taproom & Growler Fills

Dogs allowed inside and on seasonal outdoor patio

The Mint - Enumclaw

Seasonal outdoor on-street seating

Just a few tables but dog friendly


The Rock Grill & Bar - Covington

Dog Friendly Outdoor Patio

Geaux Brewing Brewpub - Auburn

Dog Friendly Patio


The Brewmasters Taproom - Renton

Dog Friendly Taproom


Airways Brewing - Kent (2 locations)

Bistro - Dogs allowed on patio

Taproom - Dogs allowed in and outside


Issaquah Brewhouse/Rogue Ales - Issaquah

Dogs allowed on seasonal outdoor patio along street

Freemont Brewing Co.- Freemont | Seattle

Dogs allowed on seasonal patio

Hales Ales - Seattle

Dogs allowed on seasonal patio

Hellbent Brewing - Lake City

Tap Room | Dogs allowed

Schooner Exact - Seattle | SODO

Tap Room | Dogs allowed

Two Beers Brewing - Seattle | SODO

Tap Room - Dogs allowed

The RAM Restaurant - Issaquah | Highlands

Dogs allowed on seasonal outdoor patio

Sunset Alehouse - Issaquah | Downtown

Dogs allowed on outdoor patio

Der Hinterhof - Leavenworth, WA | In town

Serving brats, sausages, and beer

Dog Friendly

Doghaus Brewing Co. - Leavenworth, WA | In town

Very small taproom, Dog friendly

Uncle Uli's Pub - Leavenworth, WA | In town

Pub with year round outdoor patio seating, dog friendly

Galway Irish Pub - Ocean Shores, WA | In town

Pub with amazing all-season outdoor covered patio, dog friendly


Warren House Pub -Cannon Beach, OR

Large uncovered, outdoor patio open year round based on weather 


Cannon Beach Café -Cannon Beach, OR

Dog friendly outdoor patio


Driftwood Restaurant- Cannon Beach, OR

Dog friendly outdoor patio


Fort George brewery - Astoria, OR

Dog friendly outdoor patio Open year round based on weather 


Wet Dog Café | Astoria Brewing - Astoria, OR

Outdoor patio seating year round (weather)


Buoy Beer Company - Astoria, OR

Outdoor patio seating year round (weather)




Dog Friendly Trails

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Dog Friendly Trails

  

Dogs on Trails.....there is dog etiquette that must be followed when you are out hiking with your dog. BE PREPARED. Always, always bring waste bags and pick up after your dog. Bring a water bottle and travel bowl for your dog. A clean waste bag makes a great portable water bowl!

Keep your dog on a leash as required by law, or close by and under voice control when not. THINK.  Not every dog on the trail will want to greet you and your dog. Keep your dog next to you whenever you are near other people or dogs, and always ask before letting your dog approach them. Following these basic rules allows everyone to enjoy the trails with their pets.


Cedar River Trail - This 17.3 mile trail begins at the Lake Washington mouth of the Cedar River, and ends at the Cedar River Watershed in Landsburg, near Maple Valley. The first 12 miles are paved, and the last 5 soft surface tread (crushed gravel). Depending on where you catch the trail, it can be busy or very quiet. Dogs are welcome but please pick up all pet waste. This trail has rural areas and wildlife is present. This trail has river access at several points, but be aware that during winter months the river is high and some portions of the low trail are not accessible or safe.

Lake Wilderness Trail - Lake Wilderness, Maple Valley, WA

This trail is a great, easy hiking trail that runs 4.25 miles from the Cedar River Trail to the Burlington Northern RR Tracks. An Easy trail that has multiple access points along the way. The trail runs along Lake Wilderness Park, the lake itself, and backs to a few nice neighborhoods along the way. Wide trail with crushed gravel. Dogs and horses allowed.

Mt. Rainier National Park - Mt. Rainier, WA

While pets are not permitted on most park trails, the paved walking trails near the visitor centers do allow dogs. There are a few short hikes that are easy access and allow your pet to stretch their legs and get a little exercise if you're driving through the park.

More to Come.....