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Dog Areas in Dundee, OR

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2 Trails
2 Eateries
Some of Oregon’s best wine country destinations are also some of the state’s fur-iendliest! About a 30-minute drive from Portland, you and Fido will have a blast visiting one of these such places, the town of Dundee! Dundee is situated on the banks of the Willamette River and has some puptacular scenery including Cascade Mountain views and vineyard vistas. Should your dog need to see a veterinarian, there are five animal clinics just three miles away in Newberg.

For dogs, the Dundee area is a woofderful place to be! The Harvey Creek Trail is a pawsome place to hike with your leashed dog. This 1.6-mile loop trail will take you through some of Dundee’s picturesque forested areas. A lush canopy, ferns, flowers and Harvey Creek give this trail a magical fairy land-feel!

Looking for a puptastic park to visit with Fido? Check out Falcon Crest Park. There’s tons of open grassy areas, mature trees and a paved walking path.

If you and your dog need a place to cozy up for the night, the Days Inn & Suites Dundee welcomes pets and their people. There is a small fee for pooches.

To taste some of the area’s delicious wines with Fido by your side, visit the Dundee Bistro, where leashed dogs are welcome on their elegant patio.

Locals and visiting pups and people agree, some of Oregon’s fur-iendliest wine country is in Dundee!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dundee, OR

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,002/sq mi

    #1 Dundee

    Check out Dundee’s namesake neighborhood for a must-see with your pup – Viewmont Greenway Park. You’ll find this community-supported green space between Laurel Street and Ione Street. Leash your pooch and enjoy the beautiful sweeping views of Dundee and its surrounding mountains. You and your dog can get some exercise while taking in the sights of the adjacent winery on the greenway’s walking path, too. Crabtree Park Trail is another woofderful spot to visit with your leashed dog. This .19-mile trail winds through a secluded greenspace with a pond and tons of mature trees. There are some other pawsome neighborhood parks to visit with your pooch too, including Dundee Billick Park and Fortune Park.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,729/sq mi

    #2 Portland Rd/ Springbrook Rd

    If your pooch is hankering for some off-leash fun, visit Newberg’s Portland Rd/ Springbrook Rd neighborhood, about three miles from Dundee. The neighborhood’s Ewing Young Park is home to the Newberg Dog Park, a furrific place to get some exercise! The fully fenced-in two-acre area has designated sections for large and small or shy dogs. There is seating for humans, shade for panting pups, drinking water and a doggie waste cleanup station. After your pooch has let off some steam, clip-on the leash and explore the rest of Ewing Young Park. There’s a woofderful walking path that meanders through forested areas near Chehalem Creek.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,764/sq mi

    #3 Springbrook

    Pups and people who love to hike head to Newberg’s Springbrook neighborhood! About three miles from Dundee, you and Fido have lots of trail options to choose from in this area. For a longer walk with your leashed dog, hop on the 2.2-mile Chehalem Glenn Loop that meanders through the northern part of the Chehalem Golf Course. The path winds through lush forests with plenty of sunny patches, too. The 1.6-mile Gettman Loop is on the south side of the golf course and provides similar stunning views. For a short, but intense workout, the .94-mile Schaad Park Loop Trail switchbacks up a steep hill, giving way to sweeping views of the valley below.
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    Population Density 7,181/sq mi

    #4 N College St/ NE Bell Rd

    Looking for woofderful fun for the whole family? Visit Newberg’s N College St/ NE Bell Rd neighborhood, about three miles from Dundee. The neighborhood’s Jaquith Park has something for everyone! You and Fido will love exploring the park and getting some exercise on the paved walking trail. There’s tons of shade trees and lush grass to see and sniff along the way. Jaquith Park also has playground equipment for kiddos, plus horseshoe pits, tennis and basketball courts and picnic areas. College Park is another pawsome outdoor space in the neighborhood where four-legged friends are welcome, as long as they’re leashed.
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    Population Density 4,270/sq mi

    #5 McMinnville City Center

    A trip to Oregon’s wine country wouldn’t be complete without a visit to one of the most dog-friendly downtowns in the state, McMinnville’s City Center neighborhood! About 11 miles from Dundee, this neighborhood is home to the woofderful Wortman Park. You and your leashed dog can stretch your legs on two miles of paved trail, play a round on the disc golf course and enjoy a relaxing picnic. The park has playground equipment, too. If you’re staying overnight in the area, check out the historic McMenamins Hotel Oregon. The hotel has pet-friendly rooms with funky, unique decor that you won’t soon forget. Be sure to explore the neighborhood’s 3rd St area, within walking distance from the hotel. You’ll find lots of pet-friendly eateries, like The Barberry, Serendipity or the Red Fox Bakery.
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