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Blue Dog Pond

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Address: 1520 26th Ave S (Map It)
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History

Blue Dog Pond is a permanent off-leash area that was created in 1999.

Description

Blue Dog Pond in Southeast Seattle near I-90 is .3 acres and is a wide, rectangular field perfect for throwing balls with grassy side slopes that your dog can run up and down. There are interesting art sculptures throughout the park that make it unique, including a giant reposing blue dog at the entrance. As a catchment area for excess water, it can get muddy during the rainy season. It is fully fenced and has running water.

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Updated March 27, 2012

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