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Dog Areas in Banks

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The city of Banks, Oregon was incorporated in 1921 and gets its name from John and Nancy Banks. Mr. and Mrs. Banks owned a successful dairy farm near the city. This scenic city is situated in Oregon's wine country, and is home to sweeping views of the mountains and the coast.

Banks, Oregon is also a central location for dog-friendly activities! If you want to chow down with your hound while you're in Banks, head to Blue Jays Family Restaurant, which has comfortable outdoor seating available for you and your canine companion. This establishment serves a unique mixture of 3 cuisines: American, Chinese and Mexican, so you're sure to find something you like no matter what you're craving!

There is also a trail that you and your pooch can enjoy here: the Banks-Vernonia State Trail. It is part of the Rails-To-Trails program and stretches across 22.7 miles. Be sure to grab your pup’s leash and a camera, since this paved trail will take you through many beautiful hills and valleys. There are bridges along the way which offer an amazing view of the landscape, and a wonderful op-paw-tunity to share a quiet moment with your pooch.

Banks, Oregon doesn't have a lot of other amenities available for dogs, but with all the natural beauty surrounding this quaint city, your pup sure won't mind! You can find more activities, such as dog parks, hiking trails, restaurants, and other fun things to do with your pooch just a short drive away from Banks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Banks

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    Population Density 2,677/sq mi

    #1 SW Prospect St


    If you're looking for a place where your canine pal can burn off some energy, this neighborhood has just the spot for you. It is located 17 miles from Banks, Oregon and is home to the Hazeldale Dog Park. This is a large, fenced in, off-leash dog park that has 4 sections for you and your pooch to choose from. There is a section for smaller dogs, one for larger dogs, one for medium-sized dogs and also an area where owners can have parties and events for their furry friend! You know your pooch best, so this gives you options as to where they will feel the most comfortable. There are large shade trees and plenty of benches and picnic tables to sit at. Be sure to bring water and clean-up supplies with you.

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    Population Density 1,175/sq mi

    #2 NE Century Blvd


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located 12 miles from Banks, Oregon and is home to the Hondo Dog Park. This fenced, off-leash dog park has 3 separate areas for canine friends to play so small pups don't have to ruffhouse with the big breeds. Your pooch will enjoy the soft feel of the grass under his paws as he plays. Seating and shade trees are available for everyone's convenience. This park offers fresh water for your thirsty pup, as well as waste supplies and trash bins for easier cleanup. Although this is an off-leash park, you may want to bring a leash if you want to hit the walking trails while you're here. The dog park is part of a larger community park which is home to sports fields and recreational complex, so feel free to bring the whole family for a day of fun!

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    Population Density 51/sq mi

    #3 Gaston


    The small town of Gaston might only have a pupulation of a little over 600, but it's home a wonderful dog-friendly spot: Plum Hill Vineyards. You can bring your pooch into the tasting room while you sample the wine, or, if you prefer, he can wait on the patio or play at the fenced dog run while you taste-test. The vineyard also provides toys for your pooch to play with! If you pup gets thirsty, there is water available (no wine for the furry friends!) and also doggie treats. You don’t even have to bring your own doggie waste bags; this establishment provides them for you! If you're looking for something a little different to do with your pooch, look no fur-ther than the quaint town of Gaston, Oregon, just 20 minutes away from Banks!

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    Population Density 36/sq mi

    #4 Vernonina


    The Banks-Oregon State Trail meanders through -- you guessed it -- Banks to the city of Veronina. You'll find the opposite trailhead in Venonina, a city which is worth exploring on foot with your pal. This paved trail is a 5.5-mile hike that's fairly easy to complete. Your pooch will need to be on a leash for their own safety, as this trail follows closely to the main road. Most people are able to complete this trail in about 2.5 to 3 hours. You will be covered some of the way with the shade from the trees, while some sections of the trail are open areas with grassy meadows. Be prepared for your pooch to get wet, as there are areas where you will need to cross the water! You will need to bring drinking water, doggie waste bags and possibly a towel to dry your canine pal off.

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    Population Density 61/sq mi

    #5 NW Brunswick Canyon


    This fur-iendly neighborhood is located 8 miles from Banks, Oregon and is home to the Horning’s Fishing and Picnic Hideout. You pooch is welcome to enjoy this adventure with you as long as they remain on their leash. There are peacocks running around, and they don't want the peacocks harmed or your canine pal getting hurt. This is area is nature at its finest! Take in the natural beauty of the lakes while you stroll under the shade trees. Your pooch will love sniffing all of the new smells along the way. There are stops along throughout where you and your furry friend can enjoy a quiet picnic together. You will need to bring water and supplies for cleaning up. You and your pooch deserve a day in nature where you can de-stress and enjoy yourselves!

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