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Dog Areas in Langlois

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Sitting along the Oregon Coast is the small town of Langlois. Once famous for their blue cheese, this beautiful town is the perfect destination for relaxing on the beach and enjoying time with your pup. Although there are no veterinarians in Langlois, there is one that your pup can see in just down the road in Bandon.

The Boice-Cope Park sits right by the Floras Lake, and offers some amazing amenities for you and your pup. The park is mainly known for its camping and windsurfing, but there is also a large grass area that is covered by trees, plus picnic tables and a hiking trail that you can use for a great walk together. 

If Fido is looking for a fun hike, check out the Blacklock Point Trail. This pawsome trail is 4.3-miles long with a 308-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. The trail will take you right along the coast, and is perfect for any skill level of hiker. Make sure to bring water for your pup while you're on this dogtastic trail together. 

Check into the Bandon/ Port Orford KOA for a good night's rest with your dog. This cabins are the perfect spot to enjoy nature and get out of the city, but still have your furry pal by your side. 

Your dog will love spending time and exploring Langlois alongside you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Langlois

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 88/sq mi

    #1 Southwest Langlois

    Head over to the Floras Lake State Park and Blacklock Point with your furry pal. This beautiful park sits along the coast and offers a beachy area to relax with your dog, and a few great trails to hike along for a good day's worth of exercise. While visiting the beach, you will be surrounded by colorful sandstone cliffs, and if you hike far enough, you will come across the Floras Lake. For more adventure, head over to the Port Orford Cedar State Park. The park offers excellent hiking trails with amazing views of the Pacific Coast, as well as fishing, picnicking, and restrooms. There is a large population of deer here, and the state asks for eveyone to respect them in their natural habitat. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash when you are visiting both parks, and bring plenty of water and clean-up bags along with you.  
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 805/sq mi

    #2 Port Orford

    Enjoy a day out at the Cape Blanco State Park. Sitting along the Pacific Coast, this pawesome park offers fishing, picnicking, restrooms, beach access, and camping. Take advantage of the hiking trails that run throughout the park and along the coast for a walk with your furry pal. Make sure Fido stays on a leash, and pay attention to signs since there are some areas your dog can't go. Grab a cabin and spend a few nights in Mother Nature to extend your adventure. Located in Port Orford, and only twelve miles out of Langlois, your pup will have a great time out at this park.
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    Population Density 663/sq mi

    #3 Bandon

    Take a great walk along the Bandon Oregon Coast Walk with your pup by your side. This trail starts at the Bandon South Jetty Park and takes you along the Pacific Ocean for 4.4-miles with a 141-foot elevation gain. While you hike this out and back route, your leashed dog is welcome to join you to enjoy the Bullards Beach State Park together. The beach offers sand dunes, a lighthouse, and campsites. Check out City Park which offers a playground,  picnic tables, a pavilion, and a large grass field. The park has a hiking trail through a wooded area that you and your pup can get a good walk on. The Kronenberg County Park sits right along the coast and offers hiking trails along their rocky coast, or you can visit the Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint. This park offers picnic tables right along the coast to give you an amazing view while you enjoy the park. Located in Bandon, and only fourteen miles out of Langlois, your dog will have a great time hiking this trail and dipping his paws into the sand.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 83/sq mi

    #4 Coquille

    If Fido is looking for a bit more of a challenging hike, head over to the Winchester Trail System in nearby Coquille, 32 miles from Langlois. These dogtastic trails add up to 17-miles, and are known to be a bit difficult since there is a lot of steep terrain and obstacles on the packed dirt trail. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash when exploring this trail since it is extremely popular with mountain bikers. If Fido would rather get a walk in at a park, then head over to the Sturdivant Park. Sitting right along the Coquille River, this park offers a huge grass area, benches, gazebos, grills, and a nice path along the river to walk. The 5th Street Park is a smaller park that has a playground, benches, restrooms, a basketball court, and a nice walking trail to get a walk in together. Check out the Lions Club Park which is nestled under massive trees and offers a nice hiking experience through a wooded area for you and Fido.
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    Population Density 358/sq mi

    #5 Mingus Park

    Spend the day out at Mingus Park with your pup. This tree-topped park has a playground, an outdoor pool, and a Japanese Garden. There is a pond that sits in the middle of the park, andthere is a nice walking trail around it, perfect for an afternoon walk with your dog. This large park offers a great grass area for fetch and also has a skate park, just make sure Fido stays on a leash while you are visiting. Your dog will love spending time with your at this love park, which is located in Coos Bay and only thirty-five miles out of Langlois.
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