Feeling stressed? Then check out these great Bothell Dog Parks. You can learn a lot from your dog. When your dog goes for a walk, he or she is not worrying about unanswered emails or global politics.
Your dog knows how to stop and smell the… well, everything. In short, your dog knows how to enjoy the moment. To follow suit, leash your pup and head over to one of these great Bothell Dog Parks for a tutorial in finding the joy in your surroundings.
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Located in Kenmore, this 13-acre park is a good choice if you’re not in the mood for anything too strenuous. Paved paths meander through pretty manicured grounds, with plenty of trees and shrubberies for your dog to sniff.The park is particularly beautiful in the spring when you can enjoy the huge and varied collection of hybrid rhododendrons, one of the most impressive in the world.
Mountlake Terrace Off-Leash Dog Park
If your dog has a ton of energy and you just want to chill, this small but well-appointed dog park should make you both happy. Located in a woodsy area, this park features a double gate system and benches where owners can relax and watch pups at play.
Park at Bothell Landing
If the daily grind is getting you down, there’s few things more relaxing that smoking a bowl of fine recreational marijuana, and tripping out on the sparkling flow of the Sammamish river. This six-acre park features both paved and graveled paths and several interesting historical buildings. The adjacent Sammamish River Trail is perfect for a stoned meander.
Wallace Swamp Creek Park
If you need to take a break from the Suburban mire, this woodsy 25-acre park is an ideal destination. Swamp Creek is prettier than it sounds, and the park is minimally manicured, creating a relaxing ambiance for picnicking and roaming.
Saint Edward State Park
The Seattle area is rare in providing easy access to world class urban amenities and world class woodlands and waterfronts. Take advantage of the latter by heading over to Saint Edward State Park, where a huge stretch of undeveloped lake shore abounds with wildlife, including deer, otters, herons, and bald eagles. Once the grounds of a Catholic seminary, the 316-acre park is an interesting ramble for history nerds and nature enthusiasts alike.