KANE DOG PARKHockinson "Kane" Dog Park, Brush Prairie, Washington
Kane Dog Park – Brush Prairie, Washington
This site is named in honor of Kane, the Clark County Police K9 killed in the line of duty. It is 2-acres of open rustic terrain with forested areas. This long-term temporary spot will remain, until the master plan dog area is built. Visitors must walk their leashed dog from parking (1/3 mile) into this temp dog area, north of ball fields and parking.
Hockinson Meadows Community Park (China Ditch) is a beautiful 240-acre multi-use community park. In development, significant consideration was given to wetlands and sports fields. Approximately 5.5-acres, with 43 parking spaces, is included for off-leash use in the northern half of the long-term master plan.
The estimated cost of building the long-term master plan is estimated at over $25M. Therefore, building will be done in phases. Preliminary site prep was completed in fall 2007, with construction beginning in spring 2008. Phase 1 focuses on developing the south side of the park only. The dog park is located in the north section of the park, so it is NOT included in Phase 1. Clark County Parks Department will be able to add the dog park (one of the unfunded features) to a future phase, when more funding is available.
- Fenced with Double-Gated Entries
- Open and Forested Areas w/Flat Terrain
- 2-acres (all dog sizes)
- 1/5 Mile of Trail
- Dog Drinking Fountain* (outside near ball field)
NE 172nd & NE 119th St, Brush Prairie, WA 98606 (45.703958, -122.507164)
- I-205, Exit #32, Padden Pkwy
- Head east on NE Padden Pkwy toward NE 117th Ave (SR-503)
- Continue onto NE Ward Rd
- Slight left at NE 172nd Ave
- 10910 NE 172nd Ave 98606
- Please walk your leashed dog, from either parking lot, to the temp OLA north of the ball fields.