Shoreline's Off-Leash Parks


Shoreview Park


  • Location: 320 NW Innis Arden Way

  • Hours: Year-Round, Dawn to Dusk

  • Parking: Off-leash area parking (accessed through the SCC campus) opens at 1pm M-F and 9am on the weekends. On-campus parking is available subject to visitor parking policies and fees. The park is also accessible from the Shoreview Park lot by the tennis courts via a trail through the woods.

  • Description: Shoreview Off-Leash Park is approximately 2.5 acres and is located in the northeastern corner of the Shoreview Park in an open lot adjacent to Shoreline Community College. Previously used as a parking lot by the College, the area required minimal modifications to become Shoreline's first traditional off-leash area which officially opened on April 4, 2009. The City has added fencing, surface improvements, dog waste stations including bag dispensers, rules signs and a portable restroom. There is also a shy/small dog area and water barrel. Water is contributed by park patrons.

  • Richmond Beach Saltwater Park


  • Location: 2021 NW 190th Street

  • Hours: Seasonally, Nov 1 - March 15, Dawn to Dusk

  • Parking: Parking lot above the park. Dogs must be leashed while walking over the pedestrian overpass and into the off leash area which is marked with signs.

  • Description: The Saltwater Off-Leash Park is an unfenced area approximately 300 feet of beach beginning just south of where the bridge exits onto the sand. This 1.2 acre site offers sandy beaches, water access and nearby restrooms and parking.
    Please note that active railroad tracks are accessible beyond the end of the off-leash area, so use caution when visiting with dogs who like to explore.

  • East Side Park


  • Location: 1760 NE 150th St (SE corner of the Fircrest campus)

  • Hours: Year-Round, Dawn to Dusk

  • Parking: Enter the site from NE 150th St. just east of the entrance to the Public Health Lab at 20th Ave. NE.

  • Description: The site is equipped with fencing, dog waste stations including bag dispensers, park benches, rules signs and a portable restroom. Water is contributed to the water barrel by park patrons.