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Dog Areas in Adair Village

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About eight miles north of Corvallis, you’ll find the quiet little town of Adair Village. You may never know it by looking at the town now, but it was once home to Camp Adair, a military base and Oregon’s second largest city during World War II. Camp Adair once housed up to 45,000 soldiers and civilians. After the war, the base was eventually dissolved, leaving behind buildings and infrastructure that is now Adair Village. Should your pooch need to see a veterinarian, Corvallis has 14 animal clinics just a short drive from Adair Village.

For dogs, Adair Village’s Adair County Park is a furrific place! This huge park has tons of mature trees and a big open field perfect for a leashed walk or playtime. The park has a disc golf course, a playground, athletic fields and lots of picnic tables. Adair County Park is a pawpular gathering place for the townspeople – it can accommodate 300 picnickers!

If you need overnight accommodations for you and your furry friend, the Comfort Suites on the north side of nearby Corvallis is a woofderful hotel. The hotel welcomes dogs in their clean, cozy and updated rooms. There is a small fee for pets.

Adair Village’s pawsome park and close proximity to other dog-friendly amenities in Corvallis make it a puptacular place to be a pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Adair Village

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    Population Density 64/sq mi

    #1 South Monmouth

    Outdoor adventure awaits you and your dog just three miles north of Adair Village in South Monmouth. There, you’ll find the E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area, a puptacular 1,788-acre expanse of undeveloped open space where you and your leashed dog can explore. The park’s roads are closed to vehicles, making it an easy and quiet place to hike with Fido. You’ll see tons of different habitats and maybe even some wildlife! Birds of prey, upland birds, waterfowl, deer, rabbits and beavers are all commonly seen on the preserve. Bird watching and fishing are pawpular park activities in the spring and summer. Check out the E.E. Wilson Interpretive Trail and learn about the area’s wildlife and ecosystem. The park is open year-round and there is a small fee for parking.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 443/sq mi

    #2 Lewisburg

    For a serene and tranquil hike with your pooch, visit the Lewisburg neighborhood that lies just between Adair Village and Corvallis. This area is home to the Peavy Arboretum, a woofderful forest with nature trails that wind throughout the lush vegetation and provide stunning views for a hike with your dog. There’s lots of learning opportunities too, with interpretive signs that give details about the plants and trees growing in the park. The Peavy Arboretum allows dogs to be off-leash as long as they are respectful, stay within eyesight and have excellent recall. Check out the signs at the trailhead for detailed leash requirements and a map of fun trails to explore! The park is free and open daily.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,203/sq mi

    #3 NW Walnut Blvd/ NW 29th St

    You and your pup can enjoy some furrific off-leash time in Corvallis’ NW Walnut Blvd/ NW 29th St neighborhood about seven miles from Adair Village. Local dogs and their humans agree, Chip Ross Park is a pawsome place for some serious exercise! At 125 acres, this park has a 1.5-mile loop trail that has sweeping views of the valley and surrounding mountains. Dogs are allowed off-leash in this unfenced park. Woodland Meadow Park is another woofderful park where dogs are welcome to be off-leash. Your pup is sure to love a romp through the huge open unfenced meadows, and you’ll appreciate the views. Other neighborhood parks that welcome dogs include Brandis City Park, Chepenefa Springs Park, Timberbill City Park and Forest Dell Park.
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    Population Density 2,192/sq mi

    #4 SE 3rd St/ SE Alexander Ave

    Explore Corvallis’ largest city park in the SE 3rd St/ SE Alexander Ave neighborhood, about 10 miles from Adair Village. Willamette Park has 287 acres where you and your pup can have an off-leash adventure! Dogs are allowed off-leash throughout this unfenced park, except at the athletic fields, playgrounds and picnic areas. Hop on the hiking trail that runs through the park and take in the views of the Willamette River along the way. The north end of the trail connects with the Crystal Lake Sports Fields, which turns into a furrific unfenced off-leash dog area November through March when seasonal sports are not in session. The fields are bordered by the Kendall Natural Area which provide a forested background for fun-time with Fido!
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    Population Density 5,928/sq mi

    #5 Corvallis City Center

    Experience Corvallis’ beautiful downtown area in the City Center neighborhood, about eight miles from Adair Village. You and your leashed dog will love visiting the neighborhood’s 4.5-acre Riverfront Commemorative Park on the banks of the Willamette River. This is a furrific spot with easy river access if you and Fido want to launch a canoe, kayak or paddle board. Peanut Park and Little Fields Parks are other neighborhood parks where leashed dogs are welcome. Though smaller in size, these parks are each like an oasis from the hustle and bustle of city life. There are tons of pet-friendly restaurants in this neighborhood, including Laughing Planet Café and Cloud and Kelly’s Public House.
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