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Dog Areas in Central Point

11 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
1 Eatery
3 Groomers

Situated near the base of the two volcanic plateaus called the Table Rocks, Central Point is a pawsome city in Jackson County. This small town has a history in agriculture and is part of the beautiful Rogue Valley region. Central Point has a strong sense of community and hosts several events throughout the year including Oregon Cheese Festival, Battle of the Bones barbecue competition, and Freedom Festival. This dog loving place even has five veterinary clinics.

Central Point is in no shortage of dog friendly parks. Your four legged family member will have a great time exploring Forest Glen Park. He can roam around the open lawn area and through patches of oak trees. He’ll probably spot a squirrel or two and will definitely find some great sticks. Lead him across the bridge that arcs over a meandering brook and hang out by the quiet pond so he can collect his thoughts. He’ll appreciate a stroll around the paved walking path. This park also features a basketball court, a playground, and picnic facilities.

If you’re just passing through Central Point and need a place to stay, make a reservation at La Quinta Inn and Suites. Pups of all shapes and sizes can stay here for no additional pet fee. With such furrific hospitality, it’s no wonder dogs love Central Point! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Central Point

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    Population Density 743/sq mi

    #1 Jackson Creek


    This neighborhood is home to a couple furrific parks. Leash up your pup and head over to Flanagan Park for some canine cardio. Not only does this park have a play area, it also features a great walkway that runs parallel to Griffin Creek. Your pal will enjoy the soothing sound of the stream as she trots along the trail. Walk over to Menteer Memorial Park for a post workout cool down. This quaint park is just a couple minutes away by Jackson Creek. The tranquil pond and waterfall make it an ideal spot to relax and hang out with your furry BFF. 

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    Population Density 743/sq mi

    #2 Twin Creeks


    If your pooch loves wide open lawns with plenty of space to romp around, then the Twin Creeks Park will make her tail wag. This massive park has a several multipurpose fields. When games are not in play, your pup is welcome to follow her nose and check the area out. A beautiful bronze sculpture and a water feature make this park unique. It also has paved walkways for strolling around with your pup. She’ll get some much needed exercise as you loop around the park. You can follow one of the paths to the nearby Griffin Oaks Park. It’s on the smaller side, but it has a nice grassy area and some benches. 

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    Population Density 3,171/sq mi

    #3 Crater

    Bear Creek Greenway is a pupperfic trail that begins in Central Point and heads 18 miles south to Ashland. Needless to say, it provides plenty of mileage for walking your favorite furry friend. She’ll love trotting through the beautiful wooded areas while listening to the birds chirp and feeling the sunshine on her back. Be sure to keep her on leash since you’ll encounter cyclists and joggers. If she prefers a walk in the park, stop by Robert J. Pfaff Park and take a couple laps around the perimeter. After her workout, find a spot under one of the shade trees to unwind and just enjoy your pal’s company.
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    Population Density 252/sq mi

    #4 Central Point East


    It’s easy to see why Don Jones Memorial Park is a favorite among two legged and four legged residents. Sport courts, a splash park, a playground, and picnic tables make this an ideal spot to bring the family. The expansive lawn area is perfect for running around and getting rid of extra energy. Your canine companion will also appreciate a walk around the paved pathways that circle the park. Be sure to check out the Oregon Fallen War Heroes Memorial located in a corner of the park. Dedicated to all the Oregonians that have been wounded in battle, this tribute includes a gazebo, flags, and stone memorials. 

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    Population Density 369/sq mi

    #5 North Central Point


    Is your pooch craving some time in Mother Nature? Then it’s time for a trip to TouVelle State Recreation Site. Nestled right at the base of the infamous Table Rocks, this beautiful park sits on the shore of the Rogue River. Local outdoor enthusiasts take advantage of the fishing, boating and swimming opportunities. Your furry BFF will be in heaven as he soaks up some sun or frolics in the water. A ¼ mile interpretive nature trail showcases the pawsome riparian environment. Mosey down this trail so your pal can learn all about the plants and animals that call this place home. Picnic tables and a nice grass area are available, so bring a lunch (and a couple treats for your pup). 

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