Dog Walkers in Beavercreek, OR

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Dog Areas in Beavercreek, OR

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Just a 35 minute drive southeast of Portland, you and your pooch will find yourselves a world away from the muttropolis’ hustle and bustle in Beavercreek. This quaint and quiet community’s origins date back to the 1850s, and it is known as the birthplace of geocaching. Although Beavercreek is small in size with limited amenities, residents can take advantage of big-city conveniences in the Portland suburb of Oregon City, about six miles northwest. If your pooch needs to visit a veterinarian, Beavercreek has an animal clinic to take care of your four-legged friend.

Pups and their people love the town’s Beavercreek Community Park. This 23-acre natural open space is a pawesome place to take Fido for a walk. There is a huge grassy meadow with a walking path that meanders next to mature trees and vegetation. In the spring and summer, you may even find some blackberries during your exploration! Your pup will love all the sights and smells of this huge community park.

Need overnight accommodations? The Best Western Plus Rivershore Hotel in Oregon City has pet-friendly rooms where you and Fido can comfortably spend the night. There is an additional fee for pets.

With its puptastic community park and close proximity to fur-iendly amenities, Beavercreek gets two paws up!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beavercreek, OR

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    Population Density 3,138/sq mi

    #1 Hillendale

    Pawsome parks are the name of the game in Oregon City’s Hillendale neighborhood, about six miles from Beavercreek. You and your leashed dog will love exploring the neighborhood’s huge, 17-acre Wesley Lynn Park. Check out the paved walking path, or play and relax in the park’s large open grassy areas. Wesley Lynn Park has a playground, picnic areas and restrooms. Hillendale Park is another furrific park to visit with your leashed dog in this neighborhood. There are pawsome looped trails where you and Fido can get some exercise in this well-kept park. There’s also tons of grassy open space, a playground and restrooms.
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    Population Density 3,589/sq mi

    #2 Rivercrest

    Nature-loving pups and their people can’t get enough of the Rivercrest neighborhood in Oregon City, about six miles from Beavercreek. The neighborhood’s 6.5-acre Rivercrest Park is the home of massive fir trees and beautiful flower gardens where you and your leashed dog can hang out. With lots of open grassy space, too, this park is a pawpular place for playtime or relaxing. There’s also a playground, picnic areas, horseshoe pits, restrooms, drinking fountains and athletic fields. The neighborhood’s Singer Creek Park is another pawsome spot for fur-iendly fun! The 18-acre park has a paved nature trail that meanders through a variety of natural habitats and a fruit orchard.
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    Population Density 2,155/sq mi

    #3 Robinwood/ Marylhurst U

    Looking for a furrific place to get some serious exercise with your dog? Visit the Robinwood/ Marylhurst U neighborhood in West Linn, about nine miles from Beavercreek. This neighborhood is home to Mary S. Young Park which has 128 acres of space for you and your pup to explore. The Mary S. Young Park even has two off-leash areas! On the east side of the park, your off-leash dog can splash and play in the Willamette River. The park’s second off-leash area is a big open grassy space adjacent to the athletic fields. Both of these off-leash dog areas at Mary S. Young Park are unfenced. Looking for even more adventure? Check out one of the park’s nature trails, like the Trillium Trail that runs almost the entire length of the park. Robinwood Park is another fur-iendly park in this neighborhood.
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    Population Density 1,166/sq mi

    #4 N Holly St/ NE Territorial Rd

    For a pawsome adventure, check out this neighborhood in Canby, about 12 miles from Beavercreek. The area is a favorite among pups and their two-legged friends for its Molalla River State Park. Dogs can romp and roam in the unfenced Molalla River State Park Off-Leash Area. This large grassy meadow is a furrific spot for playtime and socialization. If you and Fido want to hit the trails, check out the 3-mile Molalla River State Park Trail that has beautiful views as it meanders next to the confluence of the Willamette, Molalla and Pudding Rivers. The trail is a furrific place to spot wildlife! The park has tons of picnic tables under shady trees, restrooms and a boat ramp. Parking is free at this state park, which is open year-round.
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    Population Density 3,541/sq mi

    #5 South Oak Grove

    You and your dog will have a tail-wagging good time as you hit the trail in the South Oak Grove neighborhood in Oak Grove, about twelve miles from Beavercreek. Visit the neighborhood’s Stringfield Family Park, where leashed dogs and their people are welcome to relax in the big grassy lawns. The park also has a trailhead for the six-mile Trolley Trail that winds through this neighborhood. Originally, the track of the area’s historic streetcar, the Trolley Trail is now a paved path that is pawpular for walking and biking. The trail will take you and your furry friend through a variety of scenery, including natural areas and residential neighborhoods.
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