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Dog Areas in Canby

4 Parks
3 Trails
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Canby, OR is in a sweet spot. Just 25 miles from Portland, the town is surrounded by some of the most splendid scenery that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Canby boasts some beautiful sights of its own -- it’s known as the City of Gardens, after the Swan Island Dahlias, a series of fields of flowers just outside of town. The city is also home to the oldest train station in Oregon! There’s a museum in town, and its citizens' dedication to preserving their heritage is only one example of Canby’s strong community spirit. You and your pooch can wander through the town’s weekly farmer’s market, or pop along to outdoor events at one of the many festivals that take place throughout the year.

Not only that, but Canby certainly welcomes wagging tails with open arms! The town is home to a beautiful state park with its own off-leash dog area. There are plenty of trails to sniff and explore, and a couple of grrreat options for doggy dining. There are four veterinary clinics to take good care of your buddy, with 24-hour care available in Tulatin. And if you two are looking for variety in your entertainment, don’t worry -- there are plenty of options for off-leash adventures a little fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Canby

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    Population Density 7,550/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Canby

    The Canby Community River Park on S. Berg Way is a real mutts-visit! There’s no off-leash area, but the trail by the slow, sedate Molalla River is ideal for a leashed stroll. The park is shaded by mature, evergreen trees, so there’s no risk of you or your pooch overheating on a hot day. The park also boasts picnic areas and playgrounds, so a trip here can be a fun afternoon out for all the family! For fur-friendly eateries, check out the Backstop Bar and Grill on N Grant Street. This Canby gem serves up a mean chicken fried steak, and caters to canine companions at its outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 1,166/sq mi

    #2 North Canby

    The Molalla River State Park in Canby is a true pup’s paradise. The off-leash area is one of the largest in Clackamas County, with plenty of space for your pooch to leap about to their heart’s content! Water and bags are provided, but be careful -- the dog park isn’t fenced, so you might need to keep an eye on your little tearaway! It’s well worth taking the time to explore the rest of the park, too -- the trail by the river is like a walk through wonderland, and there are plenty of picnic tables where tired owners can stop and rest.
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    Population Density 2,091/sq mi

    #3 Champoeg

    Champoeg State Park in nearby Saint Paul is best known for its plentiful, family-friendly camping, but it also has its own off-leash area! While this open green field is nowhere near as large as the one at Molalla River Park, there’s still plenty of space for your pooch to tire themselves out, and water and bags are provided. Like the Molalla River Dog Park, this one isn’t enclosed, so be mindful of your pup’s temperament! As an added bonus, there’s a little creek running through the dog park, and plenty of trails for leashed walks in the state park itself.
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    Population Density 2,561/sq mi

    #4 Wilsonville

    Canby’s closest neighbor, Wilsonville, is well worth a visit. You and your pooch can take the historic ferry across the Williamette River to Memorial Park, a furrific little spot with its own dog park! Unlike the one in North Canby, this park is fenced in and has a separate area for large or small dogs, so your buddy can socialize no matter their size. Not only that, no fewer than six Wilsonville eateries welcome doggy diners. Check out McMenamins Old Church and Pub. You and your furry friend can chow down on the outdoor patio, and you may even be able to catch an open air show on a summer evening!
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    Population Density 2,900/sq mi

    #5 Mary S. Young Recreation Area

    You’d need to be barking mad not to check out Mary S Young Park in West Linn. This Oregon City green space is beloved by locals for its riverside recreation -- and your pup can take part too! The off-leash river beach is a huge pawsitive for pooches who like to swim as part of their exercise and adventures, and there’s a huge field area that’s perfect for playing catch. It’s also well worth leashing up your fur baby to explore the trails and woodlands in the area -- just keep an eye out for wildlife.
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