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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bellfountain

  1. Dog Parks 4
    Population Density 3,854/sq mi

    #1 Lewisburg


    In local Lewisburg, a peaceful park called Chipp Ross Park allows you to bring your four-legged best friend to enjoy the great outdoors with you. Positioned with a great view of mountains in the horizon, this dog park is breathtakingly beautiful. Your dog may run beside you off-leash, but frequent visitors recommend a leashed hike instead so your dog will not step in any poison ivy. Outside Chipp Ross Park, several other dog parks and hiking trails are also dog-friendly, so feel free to explore. If you enjoy being outside almost as much as you enjoy being with Fido, then Lewisburg is perfectly located thirty minutes from BellFountain. 

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  2. Dog Parks 3
    Population Density 296/sq mi

    #2 Eola


    Highly rated amongst local park goers, Minto-Brown Island Park is located in the dog-friendly neighborhood of Eola. West Salem is around an hour drive from Bellfountain, but the drive is well worth it. West Salem has two other dog parks as well, but the crowd favorite is still Minto-Brown. Although several of the dog parks are not fenced, dogs can still happily play on-leash or at a comfortable distance from the roads off-leash. With open space to romp and play with other local dogs in the park, your dog will be grateful for a visit to any of these three parks. Keizer Rapids park has separate areas for small and big dogs, access to the riverside, and plenty of hiking trails for your dog to enjoy as well. 

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,599/sq mi

    #3 Newberg


    Newberg is perfect for all dogs to visit. Rated five bones, the local dog park, aptly named Newberg Dog Park, is a success with local canine residents. Separate sections in the park are available not only for small dogs, but also for shy dogs as well. So, if this is your first time entering the dog park world, Newberg Dog Park is a pawfect start. With stations for both water and waste disposal, this park has it all. Offering wide open spaces and clean grassy fields, your dog can romp, sniff, and play all day with all the new friends he makes in the park. 

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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1/sq mi

    #4 Chemawa


    Within the city of Keizer, a beautiful dog park called Keizer Rapids Dog Park is situated right beside the waterfront. The local dog park separates small dogs from large dogs, and all areas of the park are fenced in. Your dog can splash and play in the clear water of the rapids, and romp around the open fields enjoying new scents and friends. The location of Keizer Rapids Dog Park has a beautiful view of the rapids and tall pine trees – a perfect photo opportunity with Fido. You can enjoy a picnic lunch along the banks of the rapids while Fido swims a few laps around in the cool water. 

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,300/sq mi

    #5 Mt. Tabor

    Beautiful Mt. Tabor has several dog-friendly activities in the local Portland area. Highly recommended by locals, Mt. Tabor Park is an exciting destination to visit with Fido. With over 400 acres total, four acres are fenced in for an off -leash dog park. Of course, your dog is allowed to hike alongside you outside the four acres, but this enclosed space just gives your dog the chance to safely romp freely without a leash. The park provides fresh water for your thirsty dog, and numerous multi-purpose trails to hike. Whether you are an experienced hiker looking for your next adventure or a new hiker looking to enjoy the scenic view, Mt. Tabor is perfect for all types of lifestyles.
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