Seattle is known for being a very dog friendly city, and we can tell you, that it absolutely is! We were able to visit many of the classic Seattle sites with out a hitch. Not only are there many wonderful places to dine, drink and shop but the art, architecture and parks are delightful.
THE SPACE NEEDLE
The Space Needle is centrally located, and you'll surely be able to see it from a variety of view points within the city. Grab a cup of Seattles finest coffee and stroll around the Needle, admiring its interesting structure. It's also within walking distance of the Pacific Science Center, the International Fountain, and the Seattle Children's Museum
PIKES PLACE MARKET
You will want to spend hours and hours here. Pikes Place will not be 100% dog friendly in every area, as some of it is closed off restaurants... but we didnt' have any problems. It was built in 1907 and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the United States. It is partially outdoor and indoor, consisting of endless food and drink vendors along with crafters.
OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK
Opening in 2007, Olympic Sculpture Park allows you to walk your pup while enjoying art and views of the bay.
THE FREMONT TROLL
GAS WORKS PARK
The old gas plant was purchased by the city in the mid 1970's and turned into a park. Large grassy fields and a play barn along Lake Union only add to this parks charm.
These are only a few of the many dog friendly places to explore in Seattle... what are some of yours?
Dog Camp City was created to help dog lovers find the areas within National Parks, Federal Parks and surrounding State Parks that are accessable with your dog.