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Dog Areas in Jacksonville, OR

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2 Groomers

Hailed as one of the country’s coolest small towns, Jacksonville is a bustling, artistic and historic town in the heart of Oregon’s wine country. Jacksonville’s adorable downtown area is filled with boutiques, fine dining, art galleries and more. The little community bursts at the seams with tourists in the summer as it hosts its annual Britt Festival, a celebration of music and arts. Conveniently located just five miles from Medford, Jacksonville residents have easy access to big city amenities, too.

For you and your dog, Jacksonville is a woofderful place to live or visit! The Jacksonville Forest Park has 1100 acres to explore with your leashed pooch. Enjoy hiking trails, beautiful views and wading in cool creeks at this park. There’s lots of learning opportunities, too, with interpretive stations throughout the park, and remnants of gold mines from the days of yore.

Quaint accommodations abound in Jacksonville. The fur-iendly Country House Inns Jacksonville near downtown has cozy, clean, unique rooms. There is a small fee for pet-friendly rooms. The hotel is located near the Beekman Loop Trail for a great walking opportunity. Less than a mile long and lined with vegetation, this multi-use trail is a puptacular place to walk Fido in town.

In the event that your pup should need urgent medical attention or just a yearly exam, Jacksonville has two veterinary clinics to care for your furry friend.

Outdoor aficionados, arts connoisseurs, and their dogs agree, Jacksonville is the place to be!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jacksonville, OR

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 3,714/sq mi

    #1 E Main St/ Highland Dr

    Looking for off-leash fun? Visit Medford’s E Main St/ Highland Dr neighborhood, about five miles from Jacksonville! Locals love this neighborhood’s Hawthorne Park for its off-leash area. This fenced-in mulched area is huge, with lots of mature trees and a paved walking path where owners can get some exercise, too. There are picnic tables and a special area for small dogs. Bear Creek Park has another woofderful off-leash area in this neighborhood! Bear Creek Dog Park has two acres of fenced-in area with a covered picnic table and a paved walking path. Bear Creek Park is also a great place to hop on the Bear Creek Greenway trail. The 20-mile paved, multi-use trail winds its way through the Jackson County. Leash your pup, take in the diverse scenery and look for wildlife as you get some exercise along the greenway.
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,974/sq mi

    #2 Medford City Center

    For some muttropolitan fun, visit Medford’s City Center neighborhood, about five miles from Jacksonville! The neighborhood’s Pear Blossom Park is great place for some outdoor time with your leashed dog. Alba Park is another puptastic neighborhood park with large grassy areas and shade trees, making it extra inviting for a picnic or a walk. If you get hungry, walk to one of the many nearby restaurants in the neighborhood like the Downtown Market Company. You and Fido will be comfortable on their pet-friendly patio, and you’ll love this café’s artisan sandwiches and yummy brunch menu. The downtown area is home to some pawesome food trucks as well, like Peruvian Point! Serving up authentic Peruvian cuisine, this food truck has fur-iendly tables where your pup can join you while you eat.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,905/sq mi

    #3 Hillcrest Rd/ N Foothill Rd

    You’ll find tranquility tucked in the residential neighborhood of Hillcrest Rd/ N Foothill Rd in Medford. About five miles from Jacksonville, check out the neighborhood’s Holmes Park, a favorite among locals. This beautiful and quiet park has paved paths where you and your leashed dog can walk beneath mature trees and through large grassy areas. There are picnic tables, restrooms and a playground. Also in this neighborhood, you’ll find Ruhl Park, another serene outdoor space. With lovely lawns, benches under shade trees and a quaint gazeebo, Ruhl Park is a woofderful spot to watch the world go by with Fido. Leashed pups are welcome in Summerfield Park, too, where you’ll find a short walking path, picnic tables and restrooms.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,199/sq mi

    #4 S Pacific Hwy/ Armory Dr

    See some of Medford’s most beautiful natural and residential areas via the Bear Creek Greenway that winds through the city’s S Pacific Hwy/ Armory Dr neighborhood. About five miles from Jacksonville, this paved, multi-use trail covers 18.5 miles, winding through eight parks and five towns including Ashland, Talent, Central Point, Phoenix and Medford. You and your leashed dog will love adventuring down the trail as it follows Bear Creek through woods and open meadows. There are benches along the trail that provide a scenic, quiet place to rest. The greenway path will take you through Blue Heron Park, where you’ll find a picnic pavilion, a playground and restrooms.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 144/sq mi

    #5 S Jacksonville

    Pups and their people love the S Jacksonville neighborhood because of its close proximity to downtown and its scenic park. Check out the neighborhood’s Doc Griffin Park with your leashed pup. With big open grassy areas and a pavilion, this is a puptastic spot for a picnic with your dog. There’s a playground, restrooms and a splash park for kids. For a tasty treat in the S Jacksonville neighborhood, Stim Coffee serves up delectable coffees and specialty drinks, plus homemade baked goodies. The coffee shop has a shaded outdoor seating area where dogs are welcome – they even have water bowls for your pooch!
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  6. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,207/sq mi

    #6 North Jacksonville

    Leash your pup and visit one of Jacksonville’s most quaint neighborhoods, North Jacksonville! See specialty shops and boutiques as you peruse the streets of this neighborhood. If you’re hankering for a bite to eat, visit The Mustard Seed Café! A favorite among locals, this café has yummy breakfasts like spinach mushroom scrambles and savory lunches like chili burgers. You’ll love the restaurant’s outdoor patio where your leashed dog is welcome to join you when the weather is nice. For an overnight stay in the North Jacksonville neighborhood, visit Jacksonville’s Magnolia Inn. The antique-style décor in the rooms make for a unique and cozy stay for you and your pup. There’s an additional fee for pets who stay overnight.
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