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Dog Areas in Gladstone, OR

6 Parks
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The city of Gladstone is an outdoor lovers dream, complete with thick forests that surround the city and two major rivers that create a confluence. Itt's conveniently located 8 miles from Portland, and this vibrant suburban town has lots of social events every year. Gladstone's friendly outdoor places create glad dogs, thanks to most of these places and events being dog-friendly.

The best place to head for dog-owners is three connecting parks along the Clackamas River, namely the Charles Ames Memorial City Park, Cross Park, and High Rocks Park. The three parks are all connected, and together provide over 8 acres of green space for dogs along the river's shore. The parks are also connected by one long trail that travels along the river for .6 miles, with additional features like sitting areas, picnic shelters, forested dirt hikes, and river access to fishing and swimming. Each park has its own additional features for humans and leashed pups, like water fountains, clean-up stations, parking, trash bins, and benches.

Numerous other dog-friendly parks exist in the town, like the Ridgegate City Park and Funkity Park and with one animal hospital, it's not hard to realize how much the residents and town of Gladstone care for its furry companions!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gladstone, OR

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    Population Density 4,783/sq mi

    #1 Central Gladstone

    Central Gladstone is where all the action happens in town, with active businesses and bustling shopping centers. In the center of it all, is the Max Patterson Park, a 1.9-acre park with baseball diamonds, tennis courts, paved walkways, and open space for dogs to play while on a leash. Additional features include water fountains, clean-up bags, benches, and nighttime lights. The Stocker City Park is also a great option to head out to, and features a large open space and perimeter trail. You can't forget the water and clean-up bags though before heading here!
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    Population Density 6,432/sq mi

    #2 Jennings Lodge

    Jennings Lodge is a small neighborhood, and perfect for outdoor enthusiasts thanks to the protected wetlands that are throughout the community. Some of those wetlands belong to the Glen Echo Wetlands, a protected area of 10 acres with thick trees and marshland, interspersed with dirt trails and wooden boardwalks. The are is dog-friendly to leash pups that come prepared with water and clean-up bags. The southern part of the neighborhood offers the Dierickx Park, a developed area with open space, baseball diamonds, pavilions with picnic tables, and concrete trails. Lucky pooches traveling to the park to play or walk have to remain on a leash, but can also find water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 3,541/sq mi

    #3 Concord

    TheĀ  neighborhood of Concord is on the western side of the city, right along the edge of the Willamette River. At the shore of the river lies a gorgeous park with thick woods, open play spaces, and a gorgeous sandy shoreline with views of the river. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, with a long beach for fishing and swimming, baseball diamonds, dirt trails, and facilities like a pavilion, restroom, and picnic shelters. The park is also connected to the Trolly Trail, a dog-friendly greenway that extends north along the river over 6 miles, surfaced with concrete and offering trash bins and benches along the way.
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    Population Density 5,770/sq mi

    #4 Oatfield

    Oatfield is filled with residential homes and parks in the far northern part of the city. One of the most popular parks in the area is the Ann-Toni Schreiber Park, a large green space lined with trees that encircle the park, providing shade and privacy for playing pups. The open area is perfect for some romp, play, or socialization with other pups, or walkers can take Fido on the paved trails for a one-on-one walk for exercise. Either option is great, but remember to keep your pup on a leash while in the park, and remember you have access to additional features like water fountains, a clean-up station, trash bins, and benches.
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    Population Density 3,829/sq mi

    #5 Aldercrest

    The Aldercrest is 5 miles north of Gladstone in the town of Milwaukie. Only a short distance away and home to the North Clackamas Dog Park, its no wonder it's such a popular spot for dog lovers. The park is 1.5 acres of grassy and dirt terrain that is fenced-in all around with a double-gated entrance for rowdy pups. There's a water spigot with free water bowls and a pool for dogs. Not only can dogs enjoy the safe area to run around off-leash, but dogs can also enjoy additional amenities like clean-up stations, covered benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights.
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