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Dog Areas in Coos Bay

1 Park
6 Eateries

Coos Bay is the largest city located on the coast of Oregon, with a beautiful bay and rich heritage. While Coos Bay boasts a history in shipbuilding and lumber production, this city is also furiendly and welcoming to dog owners. In case of emergency, there are three veterinary hospitals located here.

Of course, when you are in Coos Bay, you have got to grab some delicious grub! If you want to try some traditional German food, head on over to Blue Heron Bistro. Here you will find everything from Bratwurst to imported beers. But, the best thing about this place is that there’s outdoor seating for your pup to join you! Since you are on the Oregon Coast, be sure to try some local seafood at Portside. This restaurant has been around since the 1960s, serving crabs legs, clam chowder and lobster much to the delight of the locals. Now you can bring your furry friend and try their tasty dishes on the patio!

If you are a tourist visiting Coos Bay with your furry friend, you can be sure that you will find dog friendly accommodation! You can enjoy comfortable digs at the Red Lion Hotel, where you can bring two dogs of any size for a small cost. If you are staying a few nights, you will be glad to hear that Motel 6 has dog friend rooms for no additional fee; puptastic! But, it should be noted that no pit bulls are allowed at this motel. In addition, the Super 8 in Coos Bay lets you bring one large dog if you pay an additional fee for any size of room.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coos Bay

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    Population Density 956/sq mi

    #1 Mingus Park


    For a peaceful stroll with your pup, make sure you don’t miss Mingus Park when you are in Coos Bay. This beautiful park has ponds, trees and grass with new sights and smells that your dog will love to investigate. There are several snifftastic trails you can take to expend some energy, including a path around Mingus Lake. This offers lovely views and there are benches along the way to rest for panting pups. Since you can encounter bikes on some of the trails, it is best to keep your furry friend on leash. This way everyone can have a pawsome day out together!

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    Population Density 1,041/sq mi

    #2 Empire


    When you are in the Empire neighborhood in Coos Bay, you have got to check out Goonies Sports Bar. This place welcomes dogs and enjoys a fun and furiendly atmosphere, especially when there is live sports on. You can enjoy delicious American food here with an ice-cold beer, on a back patio that allows your pup. There are plenty of outdoor tables with tropical umbrellas for some shade and relaxation for your furry friend to enjoy. You can choose from burgers and sandwiches to chili dogs and nachos. There is something for everyone! 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 556/sq mi

    #3 Cape Arago/Empire


    If you need a place to stay when you are in Coos Bay, you will find that Captain John’s Motel is dog friendly. Here you can enjoy comfortable accommodation with your pup, without any extra fees. Isn’t that pawsome? If you get hungry, you have got to check out the High Tide Café Seafood Restaurant and Bar. This place is puptastic for you and your furry friend, with a patio and large grassy yard where you can enjoy some delicious food and your pup can lounge on the grass. There is no better place to go for seafood in town, with award-winning clam chowder and other favorite dishes you can try!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 480/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Coos Bay


    If you are visiting Coos Bay, there are lots of dog friendly hotels downtown where you can stay overnight with your pup. At the Best Western Holiday Hotel, all the rooms are dog friendly, which means you can enjoy a comfortable stay, as long as you pay an additional fee. There is also the Edgewater Inn that only charges a small fee for furry friends, but be sure to book your room in advance to avoid disappointment. For breakfast, you can head to So It Goes Coffeehouse. Here you can enjoy fresh coffee, as well as delicious breakfast burritos and sandwiches to start the day right. What’s more, your pup can catch up on some sleep by grabbing a nap at one of the outdoor dog friendly tables. 

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    Population Density 956/sq mi

    #5 Milner Crest


    If you have built up an appetite and are looking for a dog friendly café to rest and grab something to eat in Coos Bay, check out the Smiling Dog Café. This pawsome café may be located in the Toyota car showroom, but everyone is welcome here, including your pup! Here you can enjoy all-day breakfast options, as well as homemade biscuits and sweet treats. Be sure to try the carrot cake here, which uses an old family recipe! This really is a hidden gem, where dog lovers are encouraged to bring their furry friend along and socialize.

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