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Dog Areas in Coburg

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If you’re looking for a small town with tons of charm, look no further than Coburg, Oregon! Just a couple miles north of muttropolitan Eugene-Springfield on Interstate 5, Coburg is a hotspot for history buffs, antique collectors and people who love all-things vintage. Coburg has many buildings from the 1800s and tons of antique shops. Each year, this quaint town hosts a quilt show, an antique and vintage fair, classic car show. For your pup’s healthcare needs, Coburg has a veterinary clinic to make sure your furry friend stays healthy.

Coburg has a furrific park where local dogs and their two-legged friends love to hang out! Located on one of Coburg’s quiet residential streets, the Norma Pfeiffer Park is a huge open grassy park with lots of mature trees and benches where you and your leashed dog can relax. The park also has a pawsome covered picnic area, a basketball court, a playground and restrooms.

The Coburg Loop Path is a great way to see all of Coburg with your dog. This paved multi-use trail meanders through downtown, residential areas and next to the farmland adjacent to town. A great place to start is at the trailhead on Water Street and Bruce Way.

Hungry? Coburg Pizza Company has furrific pies and pet-friendly tables outside.

Visiting and local dogs agree – Coburg is tons of fun and as fur-iendly as can be!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coburg

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    Population Density 1,635/sq mi

    #1 N Coburg Rd/ Crescent Ave

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    You don’t have to travel far from Coburg to enjoy some off-leash fun with Fido! Visit Eugene’s N Coburg Rd/ Crescent Ave neighborhood, only two miles from Coburg. The neighborhood’s Armitage Dog Park has two acres of fenced-in fun just waiting for your pooch! The park features benches and picnic tables where humans can relax, lots of mature trees, doggie cleanup bags and drinking water for your pup. In warmer months, there’s a doggie swimming pool where your pooch can cool off after a game of fetch in the huge grassy park. There’s a small parking fee. This neighborhood has two other parks, Gilham City Park and Crescent Park, where leashed dogs are welcome!
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    Population Density 4,881/sq mi

    #2 Gateway Loop/ Postal Way

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    There’s tons of outdoor fun and yummy, fur-iendly places to eat in Springfield’s Gateway Loop/ Postal Way neighborhood, about five miles from Coburg. Guy Lee Park is a pawpular place to exercise pups with its huge open grassy area and walking paths where you and your leashed dog can stretch your legs. This eight-acre park has drinking water, picnic areas, athletic fields and mature trees. Nearby, Gamebird Park is another fun place to explore with your leashed pooch! This two-acre park has big open play area lined with trees and picnic tables. There’s also a playground and a community garden! After you and your furry friend have worked up an appetite, head to one of the local pet-friendly eateries like Hop Valley Brewing Company or Ciao Pizza.
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    Population Density 4,075/sq mi

    #3 North Springfield

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    Paddlin’ pups love the North Springfield neighborhood, about seven miles from Coburg in Springfield. The neighborhood’s 22-acre Harvest Landing Park has pawsome access to the scenic McKenzie River where you and your pup can kayak or canoe! Harvest Landing Park has a beautiful nature trail with puptastic river views, plus a boat ramp and fishing access points. Page Park is another furrific neighborhood park where you and your leashed pooch are welcome! This four-acre park has a paved multi-use path and a large open grassy area perfect for playtime with Fido. Page Park also has athletic fields and tennis courts.
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    Population Density 3,472/sq mi

    #4 Centennial Blvd/ Leo Harris Pky

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    Your dog will have a blast at the Alton Baker Park located in Eugene’s Centennial Blvd/ Leo Harris Pky neighborhood. About eight miles from Coburg, Alton Baker Dog Park is a huge, fenced-in off-leash area that’s pawpular with locals and visitors alike. The park has tons of grass and mature trees, plus a walking path where humans can get some exercise, too. There are doggie cleanup bags and drinking water for your pup. Outside of the off-leash area, you and your leashed dog will love exploring the rest of the park’s 373 acres! Take a walk on the looped path that meanders next to the Willamette River or use the boat launch to have an adventure on the water. The neighborhood has other parks where leashed dogs are welcome - Marche Chase City Park, Country Lane City Park and Sorrel Way City Park.
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    Population Density 3,833/sq mi

    #5 Agate St/ Fairmount Blvd

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    Leash your pup and visit Eugene’s oldest park in the Agate St/ Fairmount Blvd neighborhood, about 10 miles from Coburg. The 80-acre Hendricks Park is extra puptacular because of its impressive native plant garden that includes beautiful rhododendrons, irises, ferns and 200-year-old fir trees. In all, there are more than 6,000 types of plants for you and Fido to see and sniff in the park! There are walking paths all over Hendricks Park that are great for exercising with your pooch and viewing these gorgeous natural displays. For a long hike, you and your pup can conquer the 12-mile Ridgeline Trail. The park also has picnic tables, drinking fountains and restrooms.
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