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Dog Areas in Dallas, OR

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The city of Dallas, set not far from Salem in Polk County, is a friendly community of diverse people with diverse interests. All the visitors, whether they're fond of bird watching (one of the most popular activities in the city) or mountain biking, are welcome. Visiting with a pup? Don't worry! Mischievous tail-wagers are cherished visitors and are free to explore, sniff and play off-leash in the special areas. Have a problem? Four veterinary clinics in Dallas are ready to take care of any unfortunate situation that arises in your doggie's life.

Dallas is home to several Fido-friendly amenities, so you and your BFF won't get bored here! Central Bark, in the eastern part of downtown Dallas, is an pawesome place for you and your furry friend to visit. Located right behind the Aquatic Center, the park offers an off-leash experience for every pooch! It is up to you; spend a day exercising or playing fetch, make new furry friends, or have a quiet and cozy picnic at one of the outdoor tables.

If you find that you like the city and your mutt has made some new friends, don't hesitate to stay awhile! Dallas has a few pet-friendly lodging options to accommodate you and Fido. Riverside Inn Dallas, located not far from the most touristy and popular city attractions, is happy to welcome you and your pup for no additional fee!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dallas, OR

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    Population Density 3,129/sq mi

    #1 West Salem

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    A dog-friendly neighborhood on the west bank of the Willamette River, West Salem is a quiet place and educational center with three schools dotted in the area. But since your mutt is not much into learning math or biology, head north off Chandler Park to find a place he'll love! Orchard Heights Park is a small, but beautiful, place to come for a morning jog or nice evening stroll any day you like. Hit the walking trails or explore the park off-leash, but be careful and make sure your buddy is not planning to sneak out of this unfenced area.

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    Population Density 1,481/sq mi

    #2 Minto and Browns Islands

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    The southern part of central Salem has a unique place with two separate islands joined together. This is an amazing recreational spot full of diverse outdoor activities for every visitor. Minto-Brown Island Park occupies the major part of both islands and offers an opportunity to come together with family or bring Fido for an active weekend. Fishing, hiking, boating, and miles of walking trails are just a few of the amenities available. Your mutt will love the designated area for dogs, which has lots of room to run and open space. This is a great place for your pal to get off his leash, burn some energy, and just be himself! The park has all the necessary amenities, including drinking water and benches, but do take the leash with you since this area is not fenced.

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    Population Density 5,928/sq mi

    #3 Corvallis City Center

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    Gorgeous and scenic Corvallis is a home to several public parks, making it a favorite destination for tourists. The city is easy to navigate, and many dog-friendly places pop up almost out of nowhere! Start your adventure in the city center, which is full of cultural places and destinations, but do pay a visit to Bald Hill Park right in the heart of Corvallis. Your mutt is welcome to join you for a stroll on the walking paths here! But if you want more exercise, there is a specially designated area for dogs to run and romp off-leash. It's located northwest of the main area, and is fully fenced and clean. Forget to bring water or snacks? You may want to visit one of the dog-friendly cafes in the area. Take a look at Cloud and Kelly's Public House, which serves classics like grilled chicken and tacos, or New Morning Bakery. Both eateries have dog-friendly outdoor tables. 

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    Population Density 5,788/sq mi

    #4 Keizer Rapids Park

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    Keizer Rapids Dog Park is the largest off-leash dog park near Salem, and is located in the western part of Keizer. This place features almost 4 acres of joy and off-leash excitement for every four-legged visitor, with a fenced area and two separate spots for small and large breeds. No need to worry about fights or unpleasant behavior of other dogs! Let your mutt explore numerous walking trails and play in the grassy area. Some parts of the park get muddy when the weather is bad, so take some water with you to wash your pup’s paws off before heading home.

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    Population Density 3,042/sq mi

    #5 Northeast McMinnville

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    Northeast Riverside Drive belongs the city of McMinnville, which is located in about 25 miles north of Dallas. McMinnville is the largest city in Yamhill County, and its eastern part is just a heaven for canines and dog owners. Leaving behind all the dining facilities in the city center, be ready to spot Riverside Drive Dog Park, which is a huge dog-friendly facility! The place offers an off-leash experience for small (or timid) and large breeds in two separate areas. Once your mutt’s paws step on the ground here, you don't have to worry about anything! This park has got you covered with some pawesome amenities: running water, doggy fountains, waste disposal bags and a small swimming pool during the summertime. Enjoy your time playing fetch, exploring the trails ,and socializing with other dog owners and pooches in the area.

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