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!