Forty Acres of Heaven

The City of Redmond is best known as the home of Microsoft and Nintendo of America. However, for us dog lovers — it’s best known for the “Doggy Disneyland” in Marymoor Park. The park contains over six hundred acres of recreational activities, rare amenities, and culturally enriching events. And forty acres were developed into one of the largest off-leash dog park in the country.

This is where dogs can finally be free to be dogs: they can roam freely, run wild, play balls, swim, socialize and sniff endless butts.

The park is open to all breeds and sizes. However, some smaller dogs might feel intimidated by the larger size dogs. Though, this dachshund seem very sure of himself against the giant, looking down on him.

Words of caution… the park is not fenced. So, if you are unable to keep your furry kids under control with verbal commends, you will find yourself chasing after them or worst — they disappear. Just because it’s a leash free park, you still need to keep an eye on them and have them under control. Also, don’t bring your furry kids if you know they can’t play nice with others. Other than that, the park is forty acres of heaven for your furry kids.

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9 Comments on “Forty Acres of Heaven

    • Thank you. 🙂 This is one of the rare ideas from the government where the money is well spent. It’s a fantastic place to learn how to use apertures to get the right dof.

  1. What great shots Emily, I didn’t realize Marymoore Park was that large! Is that Max in the third image? I think that’s my fav in this set, great capture!

    • Thanks Martina. That’s my Max with the tennis ball. He is quite an athlete, you should see him with a frisbee. I know… I’m bragging… just being a proud parent. 😉

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