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Dog Areas in Estacada

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What Estacada lacks in population, it makes up for in character. About 50 miles west of Mount Hood, this small town is full of vibrant festivals, live music, art, outdoor fun and craft beer. In the event that your pup needs medical attention or just a yearly check-up, Estacada has a veterinary clinic to care for your four-legged friend.

You and your leashed pup will love strolling Estacada’s charming and quaint downtown area. On your walk, be sure to notice the murals painted on buildings throughout the town. These amazing works of art depict the town’s history as a timber town, pioneers traveling through the area, and other historical scenes.

The Milo McIver State Park is home to Estacada’s only off-leash area. Located on the southwest side of the park, your dog will have plenty of room to romp and play in this huge unfenced section. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the rest of the park. Hop on the Rivermill Trail that runs adjacent to the off-leash area and explore the nearly 5-mile loop. The park also has picnic areas, a boat ramp and a disc golf course. There’s a small fee for parking.

Another one of Estacada’s outdoor spaces you and your pooch will love is Timber Park. Your leashed dog is welcome to join you as you explore the natural open space, disc golf course and picnic areas. There’s also a boat ramp for access to the exquisite Estacada Lake.

After your day of fun and adventure, grab a bite to eat and a delicious craft beer at the Fearless Brewing where leashed dogs are welcome in the pub’s outdoor seating area.

Whether you’re a local or just visiting, you and your pup are sure to have a tail-waggin’ good time exploring Estacada!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Estacada

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    Population Density 180/sq mi

    #1 George

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    The scenery is gorgeous in this neighborhood located in the small town of Eagle Creek, just 9 miles from Estacada. George is the home of Eagle Fern Park, a furiffic place to hang out with Fido. Take a trip there with your leashed pup and see why locals love this pristine park. Enjoy a picnic with your pup in the shade of the mature trees along Eagle Creek, or hike along the 4 miles of trail. This park has something for everyone - horseshoe pits, picnic tables, restrooms, a fire pit, fishing, softball fields and volleyball courts. There is a small parking fee, but it’s worth it to spend the day in Oregon’s great outdoors. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 3,541/sq mi

    #2 South Oak Grove

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    Experience a treasure-trove of history with your dog in Oak Grove, just 20 miles from Estacada. You and your leashed pup can stroll on the Trolley Trail, a 6-mile trail that follows the track that the area’s historic streetcar ran from 1893 to 1968. On your walk, you will meander through different neighborhoods and parks in the town. A great place to start the trail is South Oak Grove’s idyllic Stringfield Family Park. This 4.5-acre park has picnic tables, restrooms, a playground and grassy areas to enjoy with your leashed pup. Remember to bring drinking water and cleanup bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,155/sq mi

    #3 Robinwood / Marylhurst U

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    High-energy dogs are in for a treat in  nearby West Linn, just 22 miles from Estacada. The beautiful 128-acre Mary S. Young Park has a huge off-leash area for dogs to run free and play. What’s even better? The park has an additional off-leash exercise area on the banks of the Willamette River on the east end of the park! Leash your pup as you hike the Riverside Loop Trail to the waterfront off-leash area. It’s about a mile walk to the river. Also in this neighborhood, you and your leashed pooch can explore Robinwood Park. There’s walking paths, restrooms and an open turf area. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags on your adventure.
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    Population Density 1,166/sq mi

    #4 N Holly St / NE Territorial Rd

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    Get ready for some quality time in nature with your furry friend. Just 28 miles west of Estacada, in this Canby neighborhood, you and Fido can explore the Molalla River State Park. There’s a large, grassy off-leash exercise area for a pawsome game of fetch. The park also has a picnic area, restrooms and a boat launch. If you’re in the mood for a hike, check out the Molalla River State Park Trail – you’ll see signs for the trailhead in the main parking lot. Leashed pups are welcome on this 3.2-mile there-and-back trail. Enjoy the unspoiled views along the confluence of the Molalla, Pudding and Willamette Rivers. Vegetation is lush in the summertime, and you may even see some wildlife along the waterways. Bug spray is a good idea in warmer months. Remember to bring drinking water and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 3,138/sq mi

    #5 Hillendale

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    Looking for a place to relax with your pup? Head to the Hillendale neighborhood in Oregon City, just 18 miles from Estacada. The neighborhood’s Hillendale Park is the perfect place to spend a pawsome day rolling in the grass, getting some exercise on the paved walking path or taking in the view from the observation deck at the park’s wetlands. The walking path is lined with benches and open grassy areas for maximum pleasantness. This 16-acre park has picnic tables, sports fields, a playground and restrooms. Just a few blocks away, you’ll find Wesley Lynn Park, another puptastic place to hang out. With 17.5 acres, there’s lots of room to explore with your leashed dog, especially on the walking path and open fields. There’s also a playground, restrooms, a picnic area and sports fields.
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