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Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-Leash Park

Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-Leash Park
Location: 6100 152nd St NE
Hours: 7:00am-dusk daily
Opened: December 2008The City of Marysville’s Strawberry Fields for Rover officially opened in December 2008, becoming the community’s first off-leash dog park for public use.Strawberry Fields for Rover is a three-acre fenced park in the southeast corner of the 72-acre Strawberry Fields Athletic Complex in Marysville’s north end, 6100 152nd St. NE. Parking is available in the soccer fields parking lot. Access the off-leash park walking east of the soccer fields to the Walking Trails entrance. For safety and environmental reasons, dogs must be on a leash at all times, including along the walking trails, until they enter the off-leash park.

Park Features

  • Fenced off-leash play area
  • Double-gated entry
  • Parking in dirt lot at trailhead and main Strawberry Fields
  • Picnic tables and benches
  • Agility course
  • The “T-Bone” and other play structures
  • Small dog area inside for pets 25 lbs. and under
  • Three-tiered people/dogs drinking fountain
  • Additional trails for general public walking (dogs MUST be leashed outside off-leash park!)
  • Poop bags and dispensers
  • No entry fee
  • No permit required
  • Trees
  • Fire hydrant – dogs demanded at least one!

Marysville Dog Owners Group (M-DOG) is responsible for stewardship of the park. As a park user, this park belongs to you and your dog, too. We hope you will help us in our endeavor to keep the off-leash park well-maintained, and free of litter and pet waste.

M-DOG is proud to be a key organization to bring this new off-leash facility to dog owners in north Snohomish County.

Future Park Features

  • Shelter
  • Picnic tables and benches
  • More shade trees

Want to share your ideas for what makes an idea off-leash park for you and your four-legged friends?
Call or e-mail us!

Strawberry Fields for Rover aerial map