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Dog Areas in Oregon City

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With scenic cliffs, bluffs, and the flowing Willamette and Clackamas Rivers, Oregon City exemplifies the Beaver State's unique recreational access points and outdoors lifestyle.

Oregon City's dog park has not been built, but there is one just a few minutes away over the bridge in West Linn. The Mary S. Young Park is 128 acres large, and has up to eight miles of leashed trails, creating quiet, natural paths through the forest alongside the Willamette River. The un-leashed dog area extends to the river, so well-trained dogs can enjoy the water and rocks without having to be on a leash.

Oregon City manages ten different trails throughout its' park system. For a path that takes you from the heart of the city to some beautiful river views, try the Clackamette Cove Trail, approximately a mile long. Atkinson Park, a small 4-acre park in the middle of the city, also has short nature paths.

If you need something longer, the best option is the I-205 Multi-Use path. Think a paved path right alongside an interstate doesn't sound appealing? Think again! This 18.5-mile path goes through the heart of five different cities, has over 5,000 new trees and shrubs, and many public topiaries and art installations.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oregon City

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    Population Density 2,772/sq mi

    #1 Canemah

    Stafford City Park and Barclay Hills City Park are both popular places to take your pooch in the Barclay Hills neighborhood. While short on amenities, Stafford City Park does offer residents and their dogs a wide open space to run and play in, with trees scattered throughout. This park is great for a quick stretch of the legs! Barclay Hills City Park is a dog friendly space where your pup can run on leash through the wooded areas and open clearings. There is also a playground and basketball court here for some good people watching. Benches are provided when you need a break. If romping has excited your appetite, head over to Bugatti’s, an Italian inspired restaurant whose outdoor tables welcomes your dog.
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    Population Density 4,441/sq mi

    #2 Hillendale


    Within the neighborhood of Hillendale, residents will find Hillendale Park and Wesley Lynn Park. Both are great spots to take your dog for some outdoor fun! Hillendale Park offers amenities such as sports fields, covered picnic tables, a playground, washrooms, and lots of wide open space to run around! Running through the park is a small stream, where your pooch can splash around in the water. Wesley Lynn Park offers similar amenities, including a playground, covered shelters, and washrooms, and often times in the summer you can take your pup to the park to watch an outdoor movie in the evening!

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    Population Density 4,087/sq mi

    #3 McLoughlin

    Being such a large neighborhood, McLoughlin has a great amount of parks for residents and their dogs to spend time at! Abigail’s Garden is a lovely park where you will find flowers and lots of trees offering their shade! Washrooms can be found here as well. Right next door to Abigail’s Garden is Atkinson Park, offering trails and covered picnic tables. Barclay Park may lack amenities, but it is a quiet park with open spaces and tree covered areas. Carnegie Park is a nice place to have a leashed walk. It is located right next to the library, boasts a playground, and has a water spray fountain! When hunger strikes, head over to Oregon City Brewing Company, which offers craft beers and classic American food, and welcomes your dog to hang out on the outdoor seating area with you. Nearby, Nebbiolo Wine Bar and Market also allows dogs to sit at their outside tables, good weather permitting.
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    Population Density 3,375/sq mi

    #4 Southend

    Three parks make Southend neighborhood a fun place to be for both humans and their canine companions! Chapin City Park has a paved trail that circles around the entire park, as well as a play structure, benches, and picnic tables! With few trees in the way, there is a vast amount of wide open space to run and frolic in! Well behaved dogs can catch a ball or Frisbee off leash. Towards the north end of the neighborhood are two smaller parks; Hartke City Park and Hazelwood City Park. Hartke City Park has a place to play basketball, and an open clearing to play in. Hazelwood City Park is a large green space where your pup and you can play a game of fetch.
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    Population Density 26,859/sq mi

    #5 West Linn

    Just north across the river is the town of West Linn, which offers the closest area your dog can run free with abandon.  Mary S Young Off Leash Dog Area is located inside the Mary S Young State Recreation Area. Though the space is not fenced, you are allowed to take off the leash and let your dog explore without you tagging along so close! There’s also an area of the beach where dogs are allowed, making this an ultimate destination for pups. On your way back to Oregon City, stop in at five-0-three Restaurant and Bar, which offers a menu based on local ingredients and allows your dog to dine with you at their outside tables.
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