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Dog Areas in Albany, OR

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Albany, Oregon, is a pleasant, medium-sized city in the eastern part of the state and seat of Linn County. There is a population of roughly 50,000 people in Albany. On average, 65.3% of the Oregon households have at least one at or a dog, which would mean that there are a lot of pets in Albany.

Among the pet lovers in Albany are a lot of dog fans. The wish of the dog owners in Albany, Oregon, has finally been granted and since 2014 the town has its own off-leash dog park. Until that time, residents of Albany had to resort to one of the four off-leash dog parks in the neighboring city, Corvallis: the Corvallis Dog Park, Avery Park, Martin Luther King Jr Park Dog Park and the Crystal Lake Sports Field Dog Park.

The Albany off-leash dog park is located at the Timber-Linn Memorial Park and consists of three separate areas: an area for small dogs, an area of large dogs and an area for dogs that do not mingle or socialize well with other dogs - hey, we all need that space sometimes! The park is well-maintained and offers waste bags, waste stations, water fountains and benches.

People that visit Albany, Oregon, with pets have multiple hotels to choose from. The La Quinta Inn, Phoenix Inn Suites, Comfort Suites, Best Western Plus and Holiday Inn Express all allow pets to some extent or with an extra charge.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Albany, OR

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,861/sq mi

    #1 Willamette

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    When visiting Albany, spend some time with your leashed dog at the Talking Water Gardens Park. The park is surrounded by trees, and a river runs right through that emits a peaceful sound making any walk serene and enjoyable. There are also trails here, so Fido can experience being one with nature before running back to the river for some cooling splash time. If you are just passing through, this neighborhood boasts two hotels that allow your pup to stay the night with you! Budget Inn Albany allows up to two dogs for a fee, while all Motel 6 Albany’s rooms are pet friendly and free of additional costs.


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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,440/sq mi

    #2 Central Albany

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    Bryant Park is the city's oldest park, and features large mature trees and landscaping. There are benches for taking breaks, and the numerous trees that line the walking paths make them shaded and cool so your dog won’t overheat. Looking for a place to eat after all of that doggone fun? The Cellar Cat Eatery has you covered. Don’t let the name shy you away, as the food is good, and the outdoor eating allows dogs to sit beside their owners and maybe share a snack or two. Vault 244 Bistro also allows your pup at their outdoor tables when weather allows.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,988/sq mi

    #3 East Albany

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    Inside the Timber Linn Park in the heart of Albany is a spacious dog park called the Albany Dog Park. There are separate dog areas for large and small dogs, both safely fenced in with plenty of room for dogs to roam. Located in the park is also a playground, a creek to splash in, and the Timber Lin Park Trail, a 1.8 mile path through wildflowers that your pup would love to explore. Feeling a bit tuckered out? If you are only staying for a time in Albany, East Albany offers three dog friendly hotels conveniently located near the park. Phoenix Inn Suites Albany, Best Western Plus Prairie Inn, and Rodeway Inn Albany all allow your pup to stay and cuddle the night through with you till the next adventure.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,220/sq mi

    #4 North Albany

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    The North Albany neighborhood is home to the North Albany County Park, a pawsome spot to let your pup run off some steam. This natural space houses a beautiful oak grove which provides lots of shade. The open spaces are perfect for your dog to run, while the picnic areas might give you a much needed rest. There’s a river that often houses ducks, and bathrooms are on site. After a day romping in the sun, stop in at Frankie’s for a big bowl of water. The outdoor dining is perfect for your dog to rest and take in the sniff-er-iffic smells. With steak and seafood as specialties, you and your pup are sure to find something that you both agree is dog-li-cious.
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    Population Density 8,851/sq mi

    #5 Periwinkle

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    Grand Prairie Park is a gem amidst this community. This 10 acre park boasts open spaces for romping, picnic tables and grills for lunch, and basketball courts for entertainment. There’s also a trail and bike path for exploring, and even restrooms for you. Lots of wildlife flock to the lake here, so your pup is sure to see something to chase! Be sure to keep him leashed, as this is a public park. Nearby at Periwinkle Park, you and your pup can head down the bike path, or relax by the banks of the stream to fish. LeHigh Park has a playground, picnic tables, and grills for an afternoon of fun.


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