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Dog Walking in Coquille

Coquille is the perfect definition of a small town. Timber forests surround the city with a flat landscape and lush green fields. Although small, the town has a lot of acres dedicated to dog-friendly outdoor activities and one animal clinic. It'll be hard to look over the pet-tential this village has to offer you and Fido.

The city even has its own dog park, know as the Coquille Dog Park, that offers a fenced-in area for your pup to run around off-leash. The park has double-gated fences, and separate areas for large and smaller dogs. Humans can enjoy the shaded benches, while their fur-end gets the socialization and exercise he needs. The park also features trash bins, water fountains, and clean-up stations.

A popular attraction for the town is the Coquille River Trail, a 0.8-mile hiking trail for humans and leashed pups. The path is of moderate difficulty, but has access to small beaches and dog-friendly swimming holes, and scenic views of the waterfall along the river. Owners will have to bring clean-up bags and water.

Coquille strives to make all its residents happy, and goes out of its way to provide reliable activities not only for you, but especially for Fido!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coquille

Coquille

48
Population Density
1,893 per sq. mi.

Coquille

48

The town of Coquille is quite small, but still provides plenty of dog-friendly parks for you and Fido. One of those parks is the Sturdivant Park, a 15-acre park that lies in the crook of the Coquille River. The park itself has plenty of open, green spaces, parking and a gazebo with river views. Your dog must remain on a leash, but can go to the gazebo, boat launch and fishing area. The park features benches and trash bins. Lions Club Park is a much smaller and quieter park, and is perfect for some one-on-one walk time with your leashed canine companion. The park has a paved trail, trash bins, and benches.

Allegany

36
Population Density
956 per sq. mi.

Allegany

36

The Allegany neighborhood of Coos Bay is 14 miles from the town of Coquille. The drive will be worth it though when you fix your eyes upon the Laverne Park. The park is 350 acres, featuring dog-friendly campsites, 4 covered picnic shelters, large barbeque grilling area and different hiking trails for beginners to experts. The trails themselves are 5.2 miles in length, wind throughout the park, and are made up of paved and gravel surfaces. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trails, in the open spaces for a game of fetch, or in the campsite for camping. Water fountains, benches, and trash bins are also located throughout.

Myrtle Point

24
Population Density
2,298 per sq. mi.

Myrtle Point

24

Myrtle Point is a small town about 9 miles south of Coquille. Dog lovers travel down here to enjoy the dog-friendly parks the town offers, like the Ernie Bryant Park. The park is made up of 15 acres of riverfront, with plenty of parking, a boat launch, and open green fields. Dogs are welcome, but must remain on a leash. Owners should bring clean-up bags and water. Myrtle Point has another dog-friendly park called Lehnherr Park, a smaller park that includes a skate park. The area is perfect to let Fido run around and play, with shaded sitting areas and drinking fountains. Dogs must remain on a leash.

Coos Bay City Center

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,670 per sq. mi.

Coos Bay City Center

12

The Coos Bay City Center is 14 miles north of Coquille, and can be worth the drive to visit the Mingus Park and Gracie Land. Mingus Park is an extensive park with plenty of eye-catching features, like the open play areas, restrooms access, the Mingus Park Lake, a boat launch and beach, and a Japanese Garden. The park is entirely dog-friendly for leashed dogs, and provides water fountains, trash bins, and benches. Gracie Land is a dog park along the inland bay that offers a small acre of fenced-in area for Fido to run around off-leash. The park also has clean-up bags and trash bins.

Brandon

0
Population Density
900 per sq. mi.

Brandon

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Brandon is small town 18 miles west of Coquille, and boasts the Bullards Beach State Park, a dog-friendly park that has trails, beach access, and forested areas. Dogs must remain on a leash, but are welcome on the beach and in the water, or can just enjoy a hike along the 3 miles of paved trails throughout the park. The park also has a sizeable dog-friendly campsite, with 6 yurts that allow pets inside. The park has trash bins, water fountains, and benches. Afterward a day of outdoor adventure, the Bandon Coffee Cafe is only a short hike downtown, and features dog-friendly outdoor seating and delicious gourmet sandwiches.