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Dog Areas in Hayesville

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Hello from Hayesville! This small town is just outside the city limits of Salem, Oregon. Its home to many historic buildings and the main campus of Chemeketa Community College. Hayesville residents enjoy a short drive, about four miles, to Salem’s downtown area. Need to schedule a visit with a veterinarian for your pup? There are 13 animal care clinics just a few minutes away in Salem.

Dogs love Hayesville parks! Denny Park is a woofderful area for some fun with your leashed pooch. This 1.6-acre park is lined with towering trees that provide tons of shade, making it a pawpular spot to relax in the summertime. Denny Park has a furrific picnic area and a playground for kiddies, too. 

Hungry? Vagabond Brewing is a pawpular pet-friendly pub just a few minutes outside of Hayesville in Salem. Leashed dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio where you can enjoy some yummy pub grub and craft beers.

For nearby overnight accommodations, check out the Best Western Pacific Highway Inn in Salem. You and your four-legged friend will love cozying up in their pet-friendly rooms.

Whether you call Hayesville home or you’re just visiting, you and your pup will enjoy this small town and its easy access to big city comforts!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hayesville

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    Population Density 4,703/sq mi

    #1 Hayesville

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    Check out some of Hayesville’s best parks with Fido in its namesake neighborhood! There’s so much to see and sniff in the neighborhood’s Parkdale Park. You and your leashed dog will love taking a walk in this wide open green space. With six acres of grasslands and wetlands, Parkdale Park is a scenic park and a beautiful habitat for wildlife. Hoodview Park is another furrific pet-friendly park in this neighborhood. Take a stroll with your leashed pup on the paved path, relax beneath a shade tree or have a picnic. Hoodview Park has a playground and a doggie waste cleanup station, too.
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    Population Density 3,813/sq mi

    #2 Sunnyview Rd NE/ Park Ave NE

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    If you’re in the mood for a relaxing walk with your leashed pup, visit the Sunnyview Rd NE/ Park Ave NE neighborhood in Salem, just two miles from Hayesville. The neighborhood’s Livingston City Park is nestled between a nice, quiet neighborhood and a woofderful school, making it a serene place for a stroll with your four-legged friend. There are tons of mature trees, a paved walking path and a playground. Livingston City Park also has doggie waste cleanup stations, and big, open grassy areas. Lansing Park is another nearby park in this neighborhood where leashed dogs are welcome. You and your pup will love this huge grassy park and the creek that runs through it.
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    Population Density 8,113/sq mi

    #3 Silverton Rd NE/ Hawthorne Ave NE

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    There’s furrific fun for the whole family in the Silverton Rd NE/ Hawthorne Ave NE neighborhood! In Salem, just two miles from Hayesville, this neighborhood’s Northgate Park is a woofderful spot to bring the whole pack! Enjoy a picnic at the park’s tables that are shaded beneath mature trees. Take a stroll with your leashed dog on the paved walking path, romp with Fido in the huge open grassy space, and check out the community garden! There is a pawsome playground for kiddos, too. In the spring and summer, you and your pup will love to stop and sniff the blooming wildflowers.
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    Population Density 2,418/sq mi

    #4 Hyacinth St NE/ Salem Industrial Dr NE

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    Explore some of Salem’s pawsome parks in this neighborhood, about three miles from Hayesville. Locals dig the neighborhood’s River Road Park. Its paved walking path meanders through the park’s 16 acres along the Willamette River. You and your leashed pup can get some exercise and take in the views from the scenic overlook point on the river. The park also has a playground, restrooms, athletic fields and doggie waste cleanup stations. For another puptastic pet-friendly park in this neighborhood, head to the 10-acre Wallace House Park. This park is a woofderful spot for a walk with your leashed dog with its paved trail and interpretive learning signs that provide information about the area’s fur trading history. There is station with cleanup baggies at Wallace House Park.
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    Population Density 2,783/sq mi

    #5 Salem City Center/ Willamette U

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    Raise your paw if you like walks by the river! If so, leash your dog and check out Salem’s City Center/ Willamette U neighborhood green space, Riverfront City Park. About three miles from Hayesville, this park is situated on the banks of the majestic Willamette River. Its 26 acres are home to huge grassy lawns, a walking path, an amphitheater and a playground. There’s also a covered picnic pavilion and a splash pad. The park is also within walking distance to furrific eateries like Rafn. This supper club serves up delicious faire like risotto and artisanal macaroni and cheese on their pet-friendly patio. There are other pawsome parks in this neighborhood that welcome leashed pups, too, including Pringle City Park, Wilson Park, Waldo Park and Marion Square Park.
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