Dog Off-Leash Areas

Jasper Dog Park

We Welcome You and Your Dog to Kirkland's Parks

In order to preserve each of our park’s unique and varied environments, we ask our park visitors to cooperate with our City of Kirkland Municipal Code relative to bringing pets into the park on a leash. 


Visit a Dog Off-Leash Area


Jasper's Dog Park

11225 NE 120th Street

There is limited street parking available at this park. Please do not park in the neighboring business parking areas. 

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Edith Moulton Park

108th Ave NE and NE 137th St

Street parking is available on 108 Ave NE. There is a fully fenced off-leash dog area at Edith Moulton Park.

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Tips for Dog Off-Leash Areas

  • Keep an eye on your dog at all times.
  • You are responsible for your dog’s actions.
  • Please remember that other park visitors may be afraid of your dog.
  • Do not allow your dog to run and jump on other people or dogs without an invitation.
  • Be good to the grass.  Heavy use in a given area compacts soil and damages the turf.
  • Keep walking – you’ll see more, and get more exercise!
  • Dogs must be on a leash at all times unless you are in an off-leash area.
  • Pick up after your dog and dispose of the waste in containers provided throughout the park. 

Kirkland Municipal Code Regarding Animals in Parks

11.80.060 The provisions of Title 8 of the Kirkland Municipal Code shall apply in all parks. It is unlawful for any person to allow or permit any animal owned by him or within his possession or under his control to run at large in any park or enter any designated swimming area located therein. The director, acting pursuant to Section 11.80.220, may adopt rules prohibiting dogs or other types of domesticated animals from entering certain parks or certain portions of parks after consultation with the City Council. Provided, dogs may be allowed off-leash in designated off-leash dog parks, or in specific portions of parks designated as off-leash, or in designated parks during park hours that have been specifically designated as off-leash hours, so long as the dog is under control of the owner or handler.