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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Irving, OR

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #1 Bethel Danebo

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    Bethel Danebo is a vast neighborhood in the western part of northern Eugene. The city is famous for being the second most populous city in the state, its captivating natural environment and a myriad of recreation and outdoor activities. Bring Fido and have fun – that may as well be the city motto. Your pooch will be happy to romp and play in the 3.5-acre area of Candlelight Park, which is the perfect place to let dogs socialize and run around, enjoying the company of friendly local tail-waggers. If you want more fun, then Alton Baker Park, with a super dog-friendly extension, offers an off-leash area for every four-legged visitor. There is plenty of space to have fun and play, as well as a few kiddie pools, which can be filled with water if needed.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,990/sq mi

    #2 Amazon

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    The neighborhood of Amazon in the southern part of the city, located close to downtown, is a wonderful place to take your pooch for a pawesome weekend. The neighborhood borders are beautifully arranged with green parks, creating a special atmosphere. Bring your pup to Amazon Park, which offers about 100 acres of vibrant and colorful areas. The public park has a special extension just for dogs to enjoy off-leash activities and splashes in kiddie pools. The area also includes a separate area for small breeds. Feeling a bit worn out? The neighborhood has a few options for your mutt to share a meal with you. Sundance Natural Food isn’t far from the northern part of Amazon Park, or you can head to The Pub at Laurelwood near the golf course. Both eateries have dog-friendly outdoor tables.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,635/sq mi

    #3 Cal Young

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    The Cal Young neighborhood is the area off Randy Pape Beltline, which is considerably remote from downtown but is a lovely spot with a golf course and two public parks, with one of them set right in the middle of the area. There are plenty of activities to enjoy, from shopping to playing outdoors. You will also find a few dining spots and shops fulfilling the needs of your special family member. If you are in the area, you’ll want to pay a visit to Armitage Park. This is a public park, but you will easily find the fenced 2-acre dog run with lots of room to play and run. There are plenty of other amenities to enjoy: a picnic area, benches, doggie fountains and small pools to dip paws on a sunny day.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 339/sq mi

    #4 Mount Pisgah Arboretum

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    The 209-acre living museum with riverside trails and quiet forests, also known as Mt Pisgah Arboretum, is a unique place to visit with Fido and explore the moderate Mount Pisgah Trail. Not only will this help your pup stay in a good shape, but you’ll also have the chance to see the flora and fauna around. The trail is a big loop and has a number of activities to enjoy with your pooch at your side. Revel in the walk, soaking up the atmosphere and admiring a panoramic view of the southern Willamette Valley. The best time for your mutt to join you on the trail is during summer or spring, from March to November.
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 6,120/sq mi

    #5 South Hills

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    Eugene is famous for its extensive neighborhoods, many of which include industrial, historical, and recreational areas. South Hills in the southern part of Eugene is no exception. The closest neighbor of Fox Hollow, South Hills stretches from north to south featuring a number of parks, recreation areas, convenience stores, eateries and historical places. One of them is the dog-friendly area of Wayne Morse Family Farm, which has a historic homestead. Your pup is allowed to explore the terrain on-leash, but if you come to the fenced posture down the gravel path, the off-leash spot reveals itself for your mutt’s enjoyment. The park has a very convenient location and is set not far from dog-friendly eateries, such as 16 Tons Café in the shopping area at West 29th Avenue.
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