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Monitor is a very small unincorporated community in Marion County, Oregon. Although this small northwestern community doesn’t have many dog-friendly amenities, there are thankfully seven vet clinics within fifteen miles of the area.
Just eight miles west of Monitor is Centennial Park in Woodburn, OR. The whole park includes twenty-five acres of sports complex, a picnic shelter, and a playground, but Centennial also has a dedicated 2.5-acre dog park complete with water, shade, and waste stations. After a long day at Centennial, head on over to the Woburn Starbucks just a few minutes away. There are six pup-friendly tables in the outdoor seating area. Don’t forget to ask for a puppuccino!
The Champoeg State Heritage Off Leash Area can be found thirty minutes northeast of Monitor. This area is open to off-leash play, but note that it’s fenceless. There is a $5 fee for parking, but if you and Fido are local, you can purchase an annual parking pass that’s valid at all Oregon State Parks. On your way back to Monitor, swing by Katie’s Korner Homemade Ice Cream to enjoy delicious ice cream flavors like vanilla fudge ripple and praline pecan. Pooches are welcome at the outdoor table and benches!
This Oregon locale is located about 37 miles from Monitor, OR, so you’ll need to prepare your dog for the trip. Dallas is home to the Central Bark Park. You and your best fur-iend are sure to have a ball here! This park is is an off-leash dog park that is fenced in with a lot of trees for shade. It also has two separate areas depending on the size of your pooch. Each area has water available for pups to drink. The surface is mainly grass and wood chips. You will need to bring your own doggy waste bags. Your pup will have a fun time sniffing around this large area!
This dog-friendly city is located about an hour from Monitor, OR and is home to the Riverside Drive Dog Park. This park stretches across 4 acres and has 2 separate areas depending on the size of your pooch. The ground is grassy with some trees and in other areas there is dirt and some wood chips. If you want to walk your dog on the walkway, it is good to know that all the walkways are paved and may get hot in the summer. The park provides running water for pups to drink, waste bags and trash cans. In the summer there are pools for your pup to splash around in. There is a lot of parking and several places to sit. Grab your walking shoes and your pup’s favorite toy for a day of paw-tastic fun!
This dog friendly city is located about a half an hour from Monitor, OR and is home to the Keizer Rapids Dog Park. This dog park is a huge park that is fenced in and your pup is free to run around off the leash. There are 2 separate areas: one for larger dogs and one for smaller breeds. There are trees for shade and also several seats. If you pup likes water there is a rocky bank that allows easy access into the water. Your pup will love splashing in the calm water. Make sure your bring water and waste bags with you. Grab a ball and head over to this fun park.
If you are looking for a fun relaxing day with your pet, stop by the Orchard Heights Park, which is a small city park. Your pooch is allowed to play off the leash but you will want to keep an eye on them as the park is not fenced in. The surface of the park is grassy in most areas with trees for shade. The walking paths are paved and there are benches to sit on. You will want to bring water and waste bags with you. Grab a ball and come out for a pawesome day!
This dog-friendly neighborhood is 22 miles from Monitor, Oregon and it is home to Minto-Brown Island Park. This park has a huge designated area for your pooch to run off the leash. It is not fenced in, but it’s so big that it gives the dogs the illusion that it is! The surface is mainly grassy with a few areas of wood chips. The walkways are paved so you will need to be careful so your pup’s paws don’t get hurt on a hot summer day. Once you leave this open area, you can put your pooch on a leash and walk the trails. There is also river access from the trails if your pup wants to take a dip in the water. You will need to bring water and waste bags with you. Something to keep in mind is there is also not much shade.
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