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Dog Areas in Molalla

20 Parks
5 Trails
1 Eatery
3 Groomers
Located in the beautiful foothills of the Cascade Range, Molalla is a fantastic spot for you and Fido to explore together. Near the Mount Hood National Forest, Molalla is filled with pawsome parks, hiking trails, and other fun things for you and Fido to do together. Molalla is also home to five veterinarians, so you and Fido can travel with a peace of mind knowing there are some fantastic vets to take him to.

Grab a bite to eat with your furry friend at Muchas Gracias Mexican Food. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and are open 24-hours a day for whenever hunger strikes. Serving authentic Mexican food and offering an outdoor patio where you and Fido can get your grub on together this eatery is sure to please both of you. 

After a great meal, you and Fido can visit one of the great parks that are in Molalla. Head into Clark Park which offers a covered picnic area, restrooms, playground equipment, and a grass field that is perfect for fetch. The park is covered by beautiful trees for shade, and your dog will love the opportunity to explore. If you and Fido are just passing through for the night,  check into the dog-friendly Stage Coach Inn and grab a good nights sleep together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Molalla

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #1 New Era

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    The Molalla River State Park is a dogtastic park to take Fido to for a fun day out of hiking and exploring. The park includes a picnic area, fishing, boat ramps, and even an area where Fido can run around off leash. Molalla River State Park also offers eight great trails for you and your furry friend to hike, ranging in length from 2.4-miles to 344-miles. Longer regional trails are also available to hike, but will take you a bit longer to complete. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you while you explore, and don't forget clean-up bags.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 341/sq mi

    #2 Table Rock

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    The Table Rock Trail is a gorgeous 6.9-mile trail that your furry friend will love to hike. The route type for this rail is out and back, and has an elevation gain of 1784 feet. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on leash, but he will love all the new smells he can sniff. The trail is a moderate hike, so it will be a great workout for you dog, plus the trails are clearly marked so you won't get lost. In the colder seasons, it does tend to snow on this trail, so dress accordingly. Don't forget to bring water for your pup, and maybe consider hiking booties as well since the terriane can be a little rough. 
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 330/sq mi

    #3 Shady Dell

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    Feyer Park is a beautiful and relaxing riverside park where you and Fido can explore and sniff around for a fun day out. The park is mainly used for camping and fishing, but there are a few hiking trails that you and Fido can wander around together. While visiting, your pup needs to stay on leash and you must clean-up after him. If you and your furry friend decide to spend the day at Feyer Park, take advantage of the covered picnic tables and have a nice picnic together. If you don't want your day to end, rent out a camp site and enjoy watching the stars before you head to sleep in the great outdoors.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 557/sq mi

    #4 Glen Avon

    12
    The Molalla River Loop Trail welcomes your leashed pup on this 5.9-mile moderately trafficked loop. This trail can be difficult if you're not used to hiking. The trail loops around a river and is well marked, but there are a few creeks you have to walk or jump over along the way. The trail is primarily shaded, so you don't have to worry about Fido getting too hot while exploring. Make sure to bring extra water and maybe some food while you explore this trail together.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,588/sq mi

    #5 Fisher Park

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    Fourteen miles out of Molalla is Mount Angel, which is home to three great dog friendly restaurants. The Glockenspiel Restaurant and Pub serves authentic German cuisine. They offer a friendly atmosphere with fine dining and always welcome the family. Mt. Angel Sausage is a German sausage pub that serves a variety of sausages, jerky, and lagers. Leona's Bakery and Cafe serves breakfast and lunch, plus they offer a variety of bakery items. All three of the pawsome restaurants have dog friendly patios and love when your furry friend joins you for a meal. 
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