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Dog Areas in Blue River

2 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery

Located inside of the Willamette National Forest and along the McKenzie River is the small town of Blue River. The town is most known for a small gold rush of its own when gold was found in the river here. This small town offers a few hiking trails for Fido to explore with you, but there are no veterinarians in town. Luckily, there is one you can go visit in the neighboring town of Leaburg.

Take a hike along the Terwilliger Hot Springs Trail for a nice and easy hike with your furry pal. The hike is 0.8-miles long with a 91-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. While hiking, you will pass a lake where you and Fido can cool off, but make sure your dog stays on a leash the entire time you are out on the trail. This trail is perfect for any skill level of hiker and their pup. 

The Indigo Cafe is the perfect spot to stop into for a bite to eat with your pup. This vintage food cart and internet cafe serves a variety of food including rice bowls and wraps, plus they have smoothies and milkshakes to end with a sweet treat. Their outdoor patio welcomes your dog to join you and they even offer free WIFI. 

Your pup will have an amazing time hiking the trails and exploring Blue River with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blue River

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 99/sq mi

    #1 East Blue River

    Take your pup on a great hike along the McKenzie River National Recreational Trail. The trail is a hard one with a length of 24.1-miles and an elevation gain of 2,509-feet. It offers a point to point route through the beautiful Willamette National Forest. The trail will take you past a lake where you will see a waterfall, and you will be covered by the beautiful forest the entire time you hike. If Fido wants to spend the night, you have the option to camp along this trail as well. The best thing about this trail is your dog does not have to be on a leash while you hike, just keep an eye on him. 
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 650/sq mi

    #2 Blue River

    At the heart of Blue River are two beautiful parks you and your pup can go spend a great day in. The Blue River Community Park is nestled between tall redwoods where you and Fido can enjoy a ton of shade. This park offers a covered picnic area and an open grass field where Fido can play a game of fetch. The Forst Glen Landing County Park sits right along the McKenzie River, and offers a boat launch and hiking area. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you are visitng these two great parks.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #3 Southeast Blue River

    The East Fork Lower Trailhead is a lovely 7.2-mile hike that your dog will love checking out with you. The hike has a 2,237-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. The trail is dog-friendly and doesn't require pups to be on leash while you hike through the forest. The trail sits near the Cougar Reservoir where you both can take a minute to cool down before you continue hiking. This trail is rated as moderate, meaning it can be a little difficult at times. Make sure if Fido is running around off-leash to keep an eye on him while you are out.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 48/sq mi

    #4 North Blue River

    The Lookout Creek Trail is a moderate hike through the Willamette National Forest. With a 3.5-mile hike and a 1,400-foot elevation gain, you and your pup will get a good workout on this trail. You will pass the Lookout Creek while hiking, and there will be a bridge to cross over the creek if you don't want to hike through it. This trail is known to be a little rugged with downed trees and steep climbs, so make sure you and your dog are well prepared for it. Your dog doens't ahve to be on a leash while you explore this pawsome trail together.
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    Population Density 1,096/sq mi

    #5 Vida

    Go and explore the Ben and Kay Dorris County Park with your pup by your side. The park sits along the McKenzie River where they offer a boat launch and fishing access. The park also has a picnic area and restrooms that you can use before heading out into the forested part of the park. You can enjoy a nice hike through the park, and the entire time you will be shaded by trees. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you wander around this park which is located in Vida, and only fourteen miles out of Blue River.
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