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Frolic at Willis Tucker Off-Leash Dog Park, Millcreek/Snohomish

Weather permitting, join this friendly group for our meet-up at Willis Tucker Off-leash Dog Park in Mill Creek/Snohomish area. We’ll meet-up in the small/shy dog area around 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 18th, and then explore the park.

About Willis Tucker OLA: Located on the Seattle plateau, Willis Tucker off-leash dog park was the first in Snohomish county. The 11-acre off leash area includes a half-acre off-leash area for small and shy dogs, trees and trails, gravel walking paths, a wetland stream, level strips, and some steep ravines. The off-leash area is part of the 84-acre park adjacent to the residential communities of Silver Firs and Snohomish Cascade, three miles east of Mill Creek.

Location: Willis Tucker off-leash dog park is located at 6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish, WA 98296.

Driving Directions: From I-5, take the 128th Street exit and drive east approximately four miles to Snohomish-Cascade Drive. (128th Street becomes 132nd and then 134th as you drive east.) Turn right onto Snohomish-Cascade Drive. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Puget Park Drive. Park entrance is the next left.

For directions from your home or location, click the link: http://www1.co.snohom...

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  • Todd

    I hear ya. Until today, Bud and Dylan hadn't been outside for a walk since last Sunday. It has just been too damn cold. I usually don't take them outside if the temperature is below 40 degrees F, but they were in dire need of a good walk so this afternoon I bundled them up in their heavy winter coats and we gave it a try. We were outside for a little over an hour and they were fine (their heavy winter coats keep the nice and comfortable). Still, when we got back to the apartment they couldn't wait to get back inside.

    1 · January 19, 2013

  • Heather J.

    Ok just putting it out there that it was REALLY cold and ICY at Bristol park today - girls only lasted 20 mins before they were just standing there looking pitiful and shivering. If its like this again tomorrow then I don't think we're going to make it...

    January 19, 2013

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  • Kathy R.
    IGCA Rescue Representative, Assistant Organizer,
    Event Host
  • Alice E.
    IGCA Rescue Representative, Organizer,
    Event Host

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