Ahh, Oregon. Alis Volat Propriis. She flies with her own wings. Sandwiched in between California and Washington, "she" has to, as Oregon is often forgotten by those who have never been, even though it is equally as gorgeous as all neighboring states, shares the same shorelines and mountain ranges, and even has a similar socio-political landscape. Best of all, it is just as equally dog-friendly, boasting tons of dog-accessible parks, businesses, and places of interest, all primed for its temperate weather year-round. It still gets hot in summer months, boasting average highs of 75 F or above in June through September, which means there are plenty of dog days to dig your way out of. But thanks to this handy list, it shouldn't be a problem, as we're here to bring you the best of Oregon's hot-weather activities, all on a silver (dog) platter.
Whether it's too hot or just hot enough, there are certainly still plenty of things you can do with your dog in Oregon, both inside and out, no matter if you're hungry, thirsty, tired, energetic or just plain looking for some fun. Feel free to use our list to get inspired to check out new "hot" spots, in the city or out, and do your best to enjoy the beauty of Oregon with your hopefully not-too-hot dog.