Dog Boarding in Holiday Hills, Olympia, WA
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Olympia?
With so many trustworthy dog sitters serving the greater Olympia area, Rover is a simple alternative to traditional dog boarding. You can browse hundreds of trusted dog sitters in minutes through the web or using the Rover app and book your favorite Olympia- or Tumwater-area dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Olympia?
Whether they are looking for dog boarding in Olympia or one of Rover's many other services available there, dog owners will love how much there is to do with dogs in Oly! With beautiful landmarks like the Washington State Capitol Building, the manmade Capitol Lake, and the Bigelow House Museum - plus unique attractions like the Hands On Children's Museum and Priest Point Park - there are plenty of great things to do and see in this city of 47,000 people.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Olympia?
While Olympia has no off-leash dog parks, there is plenty of green space for dog boarders to frolic in with their furry charges. A major attraction is Tumwater Falls Park, a 15-acre recreation area along the lake. Watershed Park is a 153-acre temperate rain forest public park, while Percival Landing Park boasts a 0.9-mile boardwalk. Meanwhile, the Woodard Bay Natural Resources Conservation Area is a 600-acre parcel with more than 5 miles (8.0 km) of Puget Sound waterfront along the Woodard and Chapman Bays of the Henderson Inlet. Olympia dog boarders can also enjoy Marathon Park, site of the U.S. trials for the first women's Olympic marathon. Just a quick jaunt away, the Thurston County Off-Leash Dog Park includes five acres of freedom where dog boarders and their pets can play fetch, dig in the dirt, and make friends with other dogs.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Olympia?
The South Capitol Neighborhood Historic District is a popular residential area just south of downtown Olympia, Washington, and south of the the Washington State Capitol Campus. Green spaces where dog boarders can walk small, medium, or large dogs include Maple Park, at the northeast border of the district, and Stevens Field on the southeast side. Walkable to downtown, the eclectic Eastside neighborhood is home to a vibrant community of dog lovers where boarders can meet and play with new furry friends.
Whether your Olympia dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Oly's beautiful parks or roams the leafy sidewalks of its vibrant neighborhoods full of stately homes, you can have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover!