Dakota Memorial Dog Park at Pacific Community Park
1515 NE 164th Ave, Vancouver, WA, US, 98684
This 8-acre dog park is located on the north side of Pacific Community Park. It is fully fenced with two double-gated entrances accessible from the two parking lots inside the community park. The dog park features a gravel perimeter trail through open lawn and forested areas, a rustic log agility course, benches and drinking fountains. A dog rinse off area is located on the back side of the restroom located on the west side of the park closest to NE 164th Avenue (Note: Dogs must be leashed at the rinse off area).
Ross Dog Park
5119 NE 15th Ave, Vancouver, WA, US, 98663
Fenced and double-gated, this spacious 8-acre park offers a separate area for dogs under 25 lbs, walking trails, waste bags, and a water station.
Columbia River Renaissance Trail
115 Columbia Way, Vancouver, WA, US, 98661
Columbia River Renaissance Trail is pet friendly! This Waterfront Renaissance Trail is a 5 mile long, 14-foot-wide concrete path stretching along the Columbia River shoreline. There are various shops and restaurants along the trail, but the main attraction is the beauty and natural setting of the trails.
Brush Prairie Dog Park
10100 NE 149th St, Brush Prairie, WA, US, 98606
Brush Prairie Dog Park in Washington features approximately 7.5 acres of flat, open fields for all dogs, a separate one-acre small/shy dog area, and plenty of space to run, jump and fetch. The park, which is fully fenced with a double-gated entrance accessible on 149th Street, has limited on-site parking. However, overflow parking is available at the nearby Center for Agriculture, Science, and Environmental Education (CASEE), located at 11104 N.E. 149th Street
Wendel Museum of Animal Conservation
8303 SE Evergreen Hwy, Vancouver, WA 98664
The Wendel Museum of Animal Conservation (W.M.A.C.) is a collection of animals displayed from all around the world. We provide an opportunity for individuals to learn about the imporntant role hunters play in conserving wildlife and their habitats. Since the beginning of mankind, hunters have forged a symbiotic connection to the earth. This relationship with the land creates an understanding of how imporntant is to protect it. Hunters and anglers have been the driving forces throughout history in the movement to ensure long-term sustainability of natural resources, and wildlife habitat.
Fairgrounds Community Dog Park
216 NW 164th St, Ridgefield, WA, US, 98642
Plans are in the works for a fenced dog park in Battle Ground's lovely Fairgrounds Community Park
The Tree Wisemans
26500 NE 53rd Ave, Ridgefield, WA, US, 98642
Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome at The Tree Wisemans, a pet-friendly Christmas tree farm in Ridgefield, WA. Opening the day after Thanksgiving, this family-owned and operated farm let's you choose and cut down your own Christmas tree. They also offer handmade wreaths for sale. Please be sure to clean up after your pup.
Trap Door Brewing
2315 Main Street, Vancouver, WA, US, 98660
Trap Door Brewing is dog-friendly. There's no food served inside, so dogs are welcome to join their owners inside. Alternatively, bring Fido outside to enjoy the largest dog-friendly patio in the uptown. This 15-Barrel Brewery serves an array of delicious beers, including IPAs, Pilsner, and more.