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“Amazing Dog Park”
Review of Marymoor Park

Marymoor Park
Ranked #1 of 36 things to do in Redmond
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Suburban park with more than 550 acres of land for biking, rock climbing, playing tennis and picnicking.
Covington, Washington
2 reviews
“Amazing Dog Park”
Reviewed February 17, 2013

The best off leash dog park I have ever found, lots of areas to walk trails with your dog. Places for your dog to swim. Just an amazing place

Visited February 2013
Thank jmenger
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“(GIA my dog) loves dog area”
Reviewed February 13, 2013

love the dog walk my dog loves to interact with other dogs and of cource she heads streight for the water she got so usto just jumping .i love that they think of it all their we go streight for the dog wash that is on site.this way my car stays clean and she has fun and gets clean what more could you ask for

Visited February 2013
Thank rachell h
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San Jose, CA
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“Climbing structure in the Co Park is a fun diversion”
Reviewed January 31, 2013

For the inexperienced climber, this may only be a place to boulder, but for the experienced and if the weather is good, it's quite fun.

Visited March 2012
Thank munge
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Seattle, Washington
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“Wonderful off-leash for dogs and people!”
Reviewed January 27, 2013

My husband and I discovered the HUGE off-leash area of Marymoor park last year after getting our new Beagle puppy and hearing about the park from several friends & locals. After doing some research and reading several rave reviews, we decided to check it out. With the exception of having no access to fresh water via doggie (or people) drinking fountains in the off-leash area, this park absolutely lives up to its reputation.

We first started taking our pup there when he was about seven months old after he had had a few round of shots - it's a very social doggie place so be sure your dog is up to date on all immunizations - and he loved it from the start. Being a beagle we were concerned that he would take off nose-first and we might not ever see him again, but it has actually been a great help in training him to listen and come when he is called. There is so much room at Marymoor you can easily spend several hours walking the many trails and through the open fields if you like, and if visiting for the first time I recommend giving yourself at least 30-45 minutes to explore, which probably won't get you through the whole off-leash area if you also bring your dog. There are many different types of "terrain" here to suit most any dog's taste, from walking trails to huge open fields with high grass in warm weather that is great for bounding through, to the Slough that runs along one side of the park that has great stair & sandy access for dogs to swim and play water-fetch. Be aware that while the park is technically fenced, there are no gates so dogs must stay on leash in parking lots until officially inside the fenced off-leash area and wandering dogs may get away from you when close to the lots. We have taken him at least a half-dozen times so far and our dog now knows when we are getting close to the park and starts to get super-excited, so as soon as we hit the parking lot he is ready to go.

It is a great park for socializing, most all of the dogs and owners have good manners and we have seen a few owners with more aggressive or anxious dogs who choose to keep them on a leash even inside the park. There are plenty of pickup bags near the entrances, and even a bin to donate tennis balls. If you let your dog run free be prepared to get a lot of exercise, as our pup can literally run around this place for hours and we have to try and keep up! It tends to be fairly busy even on colder winter days when the sun is out, but has never been so crowded as to feel "too" crowded.

Aptly dubbed "Doggie Disneyland", this place is wonderful and we plan to continue to bring our boy (now 1 year old) and future dogs here for years to come!

Visited August 2012
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“Great for biking trails”
Reviewed December 11, 2012

Living so close to the park, I will say I have never fully utilized the park but absolutely love the walking and biking trail. More recently, I take the baby on trail and walk while rest of the family bikes. there are multiple areas to bike so if the main trail is busy, try the smaller but less busy paths.

Visited July 2012
Thank JDebWashington
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