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Dog Areas in Eagle Creek

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The rural area of Eagle Creek in Clackamus County is a farming community with some private estates and small businesses. This town is located within 20 miles of a number of dog-friendly parks and trails. When you need a veterinarian, you'll find one about five miles away in Estacada.

Eagle Creek is near some furrific nature spots where you can embark on an adventure with your dog! Head to Milo McIlver State Park on the Clackamas River. Go hiking through the woods and along the water together. When you're not in the off-leash section of this facility, keep your pooch on a lead that's up to six feet long. Bring waste bags and water with you.

Or, take a little hike on the Cazadero Trail. You can connect to the trail at SE Bakers Ferry Road in Barton and follow the path southeast toward Eagle Creek. This segment is about 1.6 miles long and offers a lovely out-and-back circuit. Dogs on a leash are able to join you here.

Go hiking in the Mount Hood National Forest with Fido. Head to Eagle Creek Trail #501 and walk along the water with your furry friend. There's a trailhead about 13 miles northeast of town, at the end of SE Harvey Road. Bring water and waste bags and keep your special pal on a leash when you come here.

Eagle Creek is located in a puptacular area where dogs and their owners can find a variety of ways to explore the outdoors.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Eagle Creek

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    Population Density 124/sq mi

    #1 Eagle Creek

    Eagle Creek is a small community with farms, a foundry, and some private residences. Here, you'll be able to go walking along country lanes with your furry friend. When you want to spend some time exploring nature with your special pal, check out the Bonnie Lure State Recreation Area off SE Dowdy Road. Hike through the woods or wade along the Clackamus River and try to catch sight of some wildlife, like the pileated woodpecker. Bring your rod and reel and see if you can hook a steelhead trout in the river. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are welcome to join you here as long as you clean up their waste.
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    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #2 Barton

    Just three miles northwest of Eagle Creek, the unincorporated town of Barton includes a small greenway and a rail trail. You'll have ample oppportunity to walk along quiet country roads here. Plan a park day with Fido at Barton Park. This facility has 1.5 miles of hiking trails and offers access to the Clackamus River. Bring your boat and cast out on the water with your pooch. Up to two dogs may accompany you in the park, provided you keep them restrained on a leash that's no longer than six feet and you pick up after them. Bring water with you for your outing.
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    Population Density 180/sq mi

    #3 Estacada

    In Estacada, you'll find residential areas with single-family homes, a middle school, a community park, and a trail. There are sidewalks here where you and Spot can go for a little stroll. When you want to enjoy a meal together outdoors, head over to Cazadero Heights Neighborhood Park on SE Dance Drive. Bring a blanket and stretch out on the grass with your special pal for a picnic. Dogs are permitted to join you in this small facility as long as they're on a leash no longer than six feet. Bring waste bags to clean up any messes. Estacada is about five miles south of Eagle Creek.
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    Population Density 79/sq mi

    #4 Currinsville

    Currinsville is a northern neighborhood of Estacada that's located three miles south of Eagle Creek. This rural community has private residences and a few small businesses. There's a pawtastic park in the area where you and your furry friend can go exploring together. Head to Eagle Fern Park on Eagle Creek. This facility has four miles of trails for you to investigate. Hike through the woods and along the water with your four-footed pal. Dogs are welcome to join you here as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Bring along some waste bags and pocket change -- there is a small parking fee.
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    Population Density 125/sq mi

    #5 Paradise Park

    Paradise Park is about 4.6 miles southeast of Eagle Creek on the Clackamas River. In this rural community, you'll find private estates on wooded lots. There are peaceful lanes where you and your pup can take a walk together. To enjoy a park day, head to Timber Park on Evergreen Way. Hike along the groomed natural pathway, or play some frisbee in the open space here. Wander along the shore of the Clackamas River and try your hand at fishing. You can bring dogs with you to enjoy this peaceful area as long as they're on a leash and under control. Make sure you immediately clean up any droppings.
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