Dog walking in Otis

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Dog Walking in Otis

Otis is an unincorporated community that's about seven miles northeast of Lincoln City. There are some pet-friendly parks, trails, and beaches near this area. When you need professional services for Spot, you can find three veterinary clinics in the Lincoln City area.

Take Fido to the beach at D River State Recreation Site. This four-acre oceanfront wayside hosts two kite festivals each year. Let your canine pal run in the sand as you enjoy the scenic views. As long as your pup is under your direct control and non-aggressive, they're free to join you here. Make sure you collect any messes.

Go inland for a hike with your special pal by heading about 8.7 miles southwest of Otis to the Spyglass Ridge Trailhead at the end of SE Spyglass Ridge Drive. There's a natural-surface path through the forest and meadow areas of this open space. 

You and your furry friend can go camping at the Lincoln City KOA. This facility is about four miles southwest of town on Northeast Park Lane. The tent and RV sites permit leashed pets. There's also a fenced exercise area where your pooch can exercise. Clean up after them while staying at this campground

Otis is near some pawesome pet-friendly recreational properties!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Otis

Otis

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Population Density
60 per sq. mi.

Otis

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The community of Otis is a sprawling neighborhood with single-family homes, a fish hatchery, and some small businesses. Out here, you're near the Pacific Coast Highway and some puptastic areas where you and your furry friend can go exploring. An area you and Spot can visit is God's Thumb and The Knoll. There's a trail near Road's End Beach off NW Port Drive. Take the unmarked pathway through the woods that leads to The Knoll. Enjoy the scenic vistas as you continue on an upward climb to God's Thumb. The loop is about 4.4 miles. Be sure to restrain your pup and clean up their waste.

Three Rocks

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Population Density
27 per sq. mi.

Three Rocks

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The Three Rocks Area is a rural community with some country estates that are near the Salmon River. For serious hikers, the South Trailhead for the Cascade Head Trail is near here. A pawesome place to take your pooch for exercise is Knight County Park on North 3 Rocks Road. This two-acre facility has a public boat launch on the Salmon River. Bring a canoe or motorboat here to cruise on the water with your special pal. Pack a blanket so that you can have a picnic in the grass when you get back to land. Remember to secure Fido on a lead.

Road's End

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Population Density
1,354 per sq. mi.

Road's End

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About five miles southwest of Otis, you'll find the coastal community of Road's End. This Lincoln City neighborhood includes vacation properties, private residences, and a casino. There's a secluded, public beach in this area where you and Fido can play in the surf together. Visit Roads End State Recreation Site for a day in the sand. There are tide pools, scenic views, and islands that are made of lava rock here. Follow the path from the parking lot on Logan Road to reach the beach area. Your pooch is free to explore here as long as you have direct control of them.

Wecoma Beach

12
Population Density
1,330 per sq. mi.

Wecoma Beach

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Wecoma Beach in Lincoln City is just over five miles southwest of Otis. In this community, you'll find vacation properties, rental and private homes, restaurants, and local shops. Head down to the beach on sunny days and enjoy the surf and sand. Inland, you can take your fur baby to Friends of the Wildwood Open Space. Pick up the mile-long hiking trail at the end of NE Tide Avenue. Wander through wooded wetlands with your four-footed pal. Be prepared for muddy paths in the wet season. Keep your pooch secure on a leash and carry bags to remove their droppings.

Oceanlake

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Population Density
1,373 per sq. mi.

Oceanlake

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Just 5.8 miles southwest of town, in the neighborhood of Oceanlake, you and your pup can spend time on the beach. This area includes oceanview properties, vacation resorts, private homes, and businesses. Take a stroll down Highway 101 to find gifts and trinkets in the local shops. Just south of here, you can visit Devil's Lake State Recreation Area with Spot. The 109-acre property offers RV hookups, tent sites, and yurts for camping. The park also provides lake access, fishing, and hiking/biking trails. Leashed dogs can join you in the park, and five of the yurts available here are pet-friendly.