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Dog Areas in Astoria, OR

15 Parks
7 Trails
1 Shop
15 Eateries
2 Groomers

Astoria is a small, but exceptionally vibrant town situated where the massive Columbia River pours into the Pacific Ocean in northwest Oregon. This funky little town is a blend of rich history and hip culture. Astoria’s streets are lined with lots of Victorian and Queen Anne-style buildings that give way to maritime themes as you explore the waterfront areas of town.

If you want to learn all there is to know about the town, hop on the Astoria Riverfront Trolley. Leashed dogs are welcome aboard as you tour the town and all of its historical attractions. The ride is worth the small fee!

You and your pup can get some exercise at Shively Park. This wooded park has a big grassy area, picnic shelters and restrooms. Take a walk on the .3-mile Shively Park Loop. This paved trail will take you and your leashed dog through a preserved forested area, and offers cleanup stations, too.

If your pet needs medical attention or just a yearly check-up, Astoria has two veterinary clinics to care for your furry pal.

Pet-friendly hotels abound in Astoria. The Cannery Pier Hotel is an extra memorable place to stay with your pup. On the waterfront near the iconic Astoria-Megler Bridge, this hotel offers spectacular sunset views from its updated rooms. You pooch will feel special, too, as the hotel offers non-allergenic treats to its furry guests at check-in. The hotel provides doggie cleanup bags and has a pleasant area with trees to walk your dog.

A pawsitively amazing place to grab a bite to eat with your pup is the Rogue Ales Public House in Astoria. Leashed dogs are welcome in the family-friendly pub’s covered outdoor seating area. You’ll love the waterfront views plus the handcrafted food, and Fido will dig the special doggie menu. Bone Appetit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Astoria, OR

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    Population Density 2,945/sq mi

    #1 Astoria City Center

    Astoria’s City Center neighborhood is a lot of fun to explore with your dog. Fort Astoria is a cool stop where you can learn about the history of Oregon’s oldest city. Leashed dogs are welcome as you tour the recreation of the original 1811 fur trading post. Near the fort, you and Fido can stroll down the 6.4-mile Astoria Riverwalk, accessible from anywhere on the waterfront. You’ll get a kick out of watching your dog’s head tilt with curiosity as sea lions bark from below the walkway. The Columbia River views are pretty puptacular, too. Cleanup stations are dispersed along the path. Lots of neighborhood restaurants welcome leashed pups, including Fort George Brewery and the Wet Dog Café and Brewery. There’s also dog-friendly tables at The Bowpicker, a spot famous for its one and only menu item – fish and chips. If you need a place to stay in Astoria’s City Center, check out pet-friendly Clemintine’s Bed and Breakfast.
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    Population Density 5,197/sq mi

    #2 Doughboy

    Astoria’s Doughboy neighborhood is a pawpular spot for people and their pups to hang out. You and your leashed pup can get a bird’s eye view of the Columbia River at the 6th Street Viewing Platform on the Astoria Riverwalk that stretches through town along the waterfront. If your dog has a hankering for some grass between the toes, head to McClure Park. There’s a large open play area, picnic table and lots of room for exercise. The Doughboy neighborhood’s Children’s Park may be named for kiddos, but leashed pups are welcome there, too. The park is a woofderful spot for a picnic in the sun or at a covered table. It also has a playground, basketball court and a cleanup station. For fur-iendly eats in the neighborhood, check out the Astoria Coffee House and Bistro or Josephson’s Smokehouse.
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    Population Density 2,908/sq mi

    #3 South Slope

    Astoria’s South Slope neighborhood has everything you and your pup could need – parks, pawsome places to stay and pub grub. Your leashed dog will love sniffing around the neighborhood’s Fred Lindstrom Park. You’ll find picnic tables, a playground, tennis and basketball courts, and a huge open grassy area at this beautiful park. Alameda Park is a smaller spot, but offers a great place to sit and watch the puptacular sunset over the Columbia River. This park offers benches and a picnic shelter, plus a playground. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags. If you’re hungry in the South Slope neighborhood, the Portway Tavern has lots of pet-friendly outdoor seating, plus delicious steaks, seafood and sandwiches. There’s two fur-iendly hotels with views of the bay in South Slope – the Best Western Astoria Bayfront and the Astoria Riverwalk Inn.
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    Population Density 2,091/sq mi

    #4 Upper Astoria

    If you’re looking for a pawsome nature hike, check out the Cathedral Tree Trail in the Upper Astoria neighborhood. Hop on the path with your leashed pup at the trailhead on the 2800 block of Irving Ave and enjoy this 1.6-mile there-and-back hike. The trail will take you through the gorgeous lush forest of mature trees, ferns and wildflowers all the way to the Astoria Column monument. There tends to be a bit of mud on the trail, especially in the winter. To make life a little easier, there are waste stations and benches along the way. Upper Astoria also has some furrific parks where leashed dogs are welcome. Birch Field and Park is a pawpular place to walk dogs with its big open grassy area. Mill Pond Park is a great place for a picnic and has beautiful views of the pond. If you need a pet-friendly place to stay, Upper Astoria’s Comfort Suites Columbia River would love to host you and your pup. For some yummy Greek eats, Zorba’s Souvlaki Plus has a lovely little patio where leashed dogs are welcome.
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    Population Density 289/sq mi

    #5 Warrenton

    Looking for some off-leash time? Visit Warrenton, the neighborhood and town that share the same name is home to the Warrenton Dog Park, a pawsome off-leash exercise area. This fenced-in park has areas for large and small dogs, plus waste bags and water for your pup. There’s benches for people, too. If you’re hankering for a hike, leash your pup and hit the nearby Warrenton Waterfront Trail. This 4.7-mile trail has puptastic views of the Columbia River as it pours into the Pacific Ocean. For more fun, visit Fort Stevens State Park. Dogs must be on leash as the area is a nesting site for the western snowy plover (a cute little beach bird), but there’s still lots of fun to be had on the beach with your pup. Hungry? The Warrenton Seafood Market has pet-friendly seating outside and some of the freshest seafood around. If you’re staying the night, check out the Shiloh Inn and Suites – the hotel loves to host pups and their people.
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