Off-leash dog parks are among the best places to meet new canine friends and let your dog use their nose to follow all sorts of new smells. Gig Harbor benefits from the woodland areas surrounding Puget Sound and the city’s proximity to Seattle and Tacoma.
Although there aren’t many parks where you can let your dog be off leash in Gig Harbor itself, there are several options within a few miles if you want to spend the day outside. This list covers off-leash dog parks within Gig Harbor and a few in the surrounding areas.
There are three off-leash areas to cater to dogs with different personalities.
Surrounded by running tracks and wooded hiking trails, but remember to keep your dog leashed outside the off-leash areas.
The park’s amenities include waste bags, trash cans, and water fountains.
There are sheltered seating areas for picnics and sunny days.
All the off-leash areas are fully fenced and well-maintained by the community.
Located on the banks of Puget Sound, Gig Harbor and the surrounding area has an abundance of parks and wooded nature trails. The variety of hiking paths offers plenty of places to explore with your dog, but there are only a few areas where you can let your dog off their leash while you enjoy the scenery.
These off-leash dog parks in Gig Harbor and the surrounding areas are where you and your dog can wander freely.