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Dog Areas in Dayton, OR

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About 35 miles from the muttropolis of Portland, the town of Dayton sits nestled in Oregon’s wine country. This small community was first settled in the 1800s by pioneers. Today, Dayton has 41 places on the National Historic Registry, and its historic downtown area is a hotspot for social gatherings and community events. Dayton has tons of furrific shops, restaurants and nearby wineries that make it a pawesome place to visit. And to keep your pooch healthy, there are five veterinary clinics just seven miles away in McMinnville.

Dogs love Dayton! Alderman Park & Off-Leash Area is a puptastic place where dogs can run free and get some exercise in a beautiful setting. Located adjacent to the Yamhill River, the unfenced off-leash area has a footbridge and a walking path where you and your pooch can take in the scenery.

Explore one of Dayton’s pawpular and pet-friendly vineyards, Sokol Blosser Winery.  Leashed dogs are welcome at the vineyard’s outdoor picnic area.

Staying the night? The Red Lion Inn & Suites McMinnville has woofderful pet-friendly rooms, where you and your pup can stay the night, about seven miles from Dayton. There’s a small fee for pets.

Pawesome parks and pet-friendly amenities make life in Dayton a doggone good time!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dayton, OR

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 592/sq mi

    #1 Dayton

    There’s tons of furrific fun in Dayton’s namesake neighborhood! Leash your pooch and check out the Palmer Creek Trail. This mile-long nature trail runs along Palmer Creek beneath a lush canopy of trees and vegetation. You and your pooch will love all there is to see and sniff on this trail, and you may even run into wildlife along the way! Dayton Landing County Park is another pawsome place to explore with your leashed dog. This 1.4-acre park has a boat ramp and lots of scenic places to get some exercise with Fido. Courthouse Square Park is located right in the heart of town, so you can explore shops and restaurants with your leashed dog after a stroll through the park. This neighborhood is also home to the Alderman Park & Off-Leash Area.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,002/sq mi

    #2 Dundee

    Get up close and personal with a vineyard in Dundee’s namesake neighborhood! The neighborhood’s Viewmont Greenway Park has a puptacular scenic nature trail that runs right along the edge of a vine plantation area! The path also offers some pawsome views of the town and the Willamette Valley. For other neighborhood hikes, check out the .19-mile Crabtree Park Trail or the 1.6-mile Harvey Creek Trail. Looking for a woofderful park? Dundee Billick Park has a huge open green fields with mature trees and a walking path. There’s a playground and covered picnic tables, too. Fortune Park is another woofderful hangout in this neighborhood.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 185/sq mi

    #3 Joe Dancer Park

    Local and visiting dogs agree – McMinnville’s Joe Dancer Park neighborhood is pawtastic! About seven miles from Dayton, the neighborhood’s four-acre Riverside Drive Dog Park gives pooches a place to run, play and socialize with room to spare. Your dog will love sniffing around the mature trees and bushes throughout the park. The fully fenced-in area has paved walkways where humans can enjoy some exercise, too. For small or shy dogs, there is a separate yard where the mood is more low-key. There are also cleanup baggies, drinking fountains, picnic tables and restrooms. In the summer, your furry friend can cool off by taking a dip in the park’s kiddie pools.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,270/sq mi

    #4 McMinnville City Center

    Disc golf and dog walking is the name of the game in McMinnville’s City Center neighborhood! About seven miles from Dayton, the neighborhood’s 21-acre Wortman Park is a pawpular place to recreate with a disc golf course, picnic areas, and a playground. You and your leashed pup will have a blast taking a walk on the two-mile nature trail that’s lined with huge fir trees. There’s tons of grass and shade, making it a woofderful spot to relax with your four-legged friend. There are tons of nearby fur-iendly restaurants in the neighborhood! Take a stroll downtown and check out some woofderful eateries like Pura Vida Cocina & Arte, Crescent Café or The Barberry.
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    Population Density 4,911/sq mi

    #5 Tall Oaks

    If you’re looking for a place where the whole family can have fun, head to McMinnville’s Tall Oaks neighborhood, about seven miles from Dayton. This neighborhood is home to the 22-acre Discovery Meadows Community Park, a place pawpular for its huge castle-like playground, skate park, splash pad and basketball courts. The park also has picnic areas and restrooms. You and your leashed dog can stretch your legs on the .95-mile trail that meanders through this woofderful park. For a longer walk with your pup, check out the West McMinnville Linear Park. Lined with trees and a couple benches, the park’s trail is a relaxing place for a jaunt. It’s an especially beautiful walk in the fall as the trees put on a showy display of autumn color.
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