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Dog Areas in Boring

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1 Trail
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Though its name may depict it in a lackluster light, Boring, Oregon, is actually quite an exciting place to live – especially for pooches! Originally a railroad and lumber town, Boring has maintained its small size and charming feel over the years. The town often partners with the nearby town of Damascus for community service projects, social and educational events. When your pup needs a doc, Damascus also has six veterinary clinics to care for your pooch.

For pups, Barton Park is the place to be in Boring. Located on the Clackamas River, the park is a pawpular spot for floating the gentle waters in a canoe, kayak and other watercraft. The park has a 1.5-mile nature trail that you and your leashed dog will love walking. The park’s campsites are pet-friendly, too! There’s a small fee for day use parking, and additional fees for camping.

If you and Fido want to log some serious miles, visit the Boring Station Trailhead Park. This park has pawsome picnic tables, a playground and restrooms, and it’s a starting point for the 40-mile there-and-back Springwater Corridor Trail. The trail reaches all the way from Boring to downtown Portland! You and your leashed pup can hike or bike the trail that winds through natural areas, farmland, residential and industrial areas.

For hotel accommodations, the Best Western Sandy Inn loves to host pets and their people. There is a small fee for furry overnight guests at this hotel located in Sandy, about seven miles away.

With all the furrific recreation in this quaint town, your dog will be barking for Boring!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boring

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 789/sq mi

    #1 Damascus

    Furrific fun is the name of the game in Damascus’ namesake neighborhood, about five miles from Boring! The neighborhood’s Trillium Creek Park has big open grassy play areas your leashed pup will love. There are tons of trees to sniff and grass to play in. You and your dog will love stretching your legs on the walking path that meanders through the 1.4-acre park. There’s a pawsome playground, a covered picnic area and a basketball court, too. Damascus Centennial Park is another puptacular place to visit in the neighborhood! This park has lots of room to walk in its open grassy lawns. This park also has a picnic area, a playground and a basketball court.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,165/sq mi

    #2 Sandy City Center

    Get ready for off-leash fun with a view in Sandy’s City Center neighborhood, about seven miles from Boring! This neighborhood is home to the Sandy Bluff Park and Dog Park, a pawsome play area with incredible views of Mount Hood’s snowy peak. While you take in the view, your pup can wiggle and run with excitement in the fully fenced-in off-leash area. The dog park has a doggie waste cleanup station, and shady areas with mature trees and lots of grass. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the rest of Sandy Bluff Park, too, where there is a walking path and picnic areas. Meining Memorial Park is another furrific park in this neighborhood that welcomes leashed dogs.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,284/sq mi

    #3 Eagle Creek Sandy N/ SE 367th Ave

    Looking for a quiet place to walk your pooch? Visit Sandy’s Eagle Creek Sandy N/ SE 367th Ave neighborhood, about seven miles from Boring. Located in a residential area, Timberline Park has a furrific walking path that winds through and around the park. This park is understandably pawpular for dog walking, with its mature trees that make it extra pleasant. Cascadia Park is another pawsome area to get some exercise with your leashed dog in this neighborhood. The 4-acre park has tons of open grassy space, a playground and a walking path. Leashed dogs are also welcome in the neighborhood’s Bornstedt Park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,580/sq mi

    #4 SE Regner Rd/ SE Butler Rd

    You and Fido will love the serene feel of Thom Park located in this Gresham neighborhood, about eight miles from Boring. Thom Park is a pawpular place for people to practice yoga, work in the park’s community gardens and relax in the huge open grassy area. At 5.5 acres, this park has space for everyone to have fun. You and your leashed pup can wander the walking path through the park and chow down on snacks at a picnic table. There’s also a playground for kiddos. If you and your pup have energy to burn, you can bike or hike the Springwater Corridor Trail all the way from Boring to this neighborhood.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,869/sq mi

    #5 SE Regner Rd/ SW Butler Rd

    There’s tons of fun waiting for you and your dog in Gresham’s SE Regner Rd/ SW Butler Rd neighborhood, about eight miles from Boring! Locals love the neighborhood’s Main City Park Off-Leash Dog Area. This fully fenced-in yard is a pawpular place for socializing and exercising pups. There are grassy and mulched areas with benches and a doggie waste cleanup station. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the rest of Main City Park, where you and Fido can visit the Japanese gardens, explore the walking paths, have a picnic, and splash in Johnson Creek. Main City Park also has access to the Springwater Corridor Trail, so you and your pup are able to walk or bike all the way from Boring!
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