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Dog Areas in Philomath

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About six miles west of the bustling college town of Corvallis sits the small community of Philomath. Most of the time, Philomath is a pretty quiet place to live, however, it is home to many events throughout the year, most notably the Philomath Frolic and Rodeo in July. Should your dog need medical attention, Philomath also boasts has six veterinary clinics to care for your four-legged friend.

Philomath is a furrific place for dogs! Pups can enjoy off-leash time at the Marys River Park, right in the middle of town. The big open field on the north end of the 28-acre park is a designated off-leash zone where your dog can run, play and socialize with other pooches. The area is unfenced, so be sure your dog has good recall before unclipping the leash. Marys River Park is a lovely place for leashed fun, too, with walking paths, picnic areas, a disc golf course and restrooms. 

Need a hotel? The Hilton Garden Inn Corvallis is just a short drive from Philomath. You and your pup will love staying in one of their updated, clean and comfortable pet-friendly rooms. There is an additional charge for pets to stay overnight.

Whether you’re just staying the night or you call this town home, you and Fido will love experiencing fur-iendly Philomath!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Philomath

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,100/sq mi

    #1 Philomath City Center

    Visit Philomath’s oldest park in the City Center neighborhood! You and your leashed dog will love exploring the neighborhood’s 10-acre Philomath City Park. The park borders farmland and forest, so you’ll have woofderful views while you stroll. The park has picnic tables and a picturesque gazeebo, plus restrooms, a skate park, horseshoe pits and two playgrounds. Newton Creek Park is another furrific area to visit with Fido in this neighborhood. The park has a pawsome paved walking and biking path that meanders next to East Newton Creek. There’s a drinking fountain and a picnic area at New Creek Park, too. Marys River Park, the city’s unfenced off-leash dog area, is also located in Philomath’s City Center neighborhood.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 926/sq mi

    #2 SW Philomath Blvd/ SW Country Club Dr

    Looking for a serene spot for a walk with your pup? Visit thisneighborhood on the west side of Corvallis, about four miles from Philomath. This neighborhood is home to Bruce Starker Arts Park, a puptastic place for a leashed walk. The park has a walking path that wanders around a beautiful pond and through the 15-acre park. The park has a playground, too. Marys River Natural Area is another fun place to visit with your leashed dog in this neighborhood. The .35-mile boardwalk has interpretive learning signs and scenic views of the Marys River and its wetland residents. The area is home to tons of birds and marsh wildlife like muskrats!
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    Population Density 231/sq mi

    #3 SW West Hills Rd/ SW 53rd St

    Check out a park that’s a favorite among locals in this Corvallis neighborhood, about five miles from Philomath. The neighborhood’s Bald Hill Park is understandably pawpular with its ample hiking and biking trails and beautiful scenery. Your pup will have ample opportunities to burn off some steam and you’ll be wowed by the mountain views. Bald Hill Park is even prettier in the spring and summer when there are tons of wildflowers! In the areas north and west of the park’s large barn, dogs are allowed to run free off-leash in this unfenced space. Watch for wildlife like turkeys and deer as you and Fido adventure through this stunning park! Bald Hill Park has benches along some of the trail, plus restrooms at the park entrance.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,514/sq mi

    #4 NW 29th St/ NW Grant Ave

    There’s lots of tail-wagging fun waiting for you and Fido in Corvallis’ NW 29th St/ NW Grant Ave neighborhood, about six miles from Philomath! Visit this neighborhood’s 36-acre Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park for some quality off-leash time in the designated fields south of the walking path. Your pup can romp and run in these meadows, or you and Fido can take a leashed walk on the walking path that meanders through the park. In warmer months, the area has a puptacular display of wildflowers. You and your leashed dog will love exploring the other neighborhood parks – Witham Hill Natural Area and Arnold Park.
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    Population Density 2,203/sq mi

    #5 NW Walnut Blvd/ NW 29th St

    Wide open spaces are the name of the game in this neighborhood on the northwest side of Corvallis, about six miles from Philomath. Your dog will love the off-leash dog area on the west portion of the 33-acre Woodland Meadow Park. These unfenced open meadows are a pawsome place for a game of fetch, and they’re filled with wildflowers in warmer months! The valley views from the park are furrific, too. Chip Ross Park is another woofderful and huge park in this neighborhood. At a whopping 125 acres, this is an off-leash mecca as dogs are allowed to romp throughout the entire unfenced park. There’s a puptacular 1.5-mile loop trail where you and your pup can get some exercise together. The neighborhood’s other parks, Timberhill City Park, Chepenefa Springs Park, Brandis City Park and Forest Dell Park, welcomes leashed dogs.
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