Dog Walkers in Pleasant Hill, OR

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Pleasant Hill, OR

1 Park
1 Shop
1 Groomer
Established by famous Oregon pioneer Elijah Bristow in 1846, Pleasant Hill was one of the first settlements in the upper Willamette Valley. About eleven miles southeast of the major muttropolitan area of Eugene-Springfield, Pleasant Hill residents enjoy small town life with big city conveniences just a short drive away. Whether your dog needs urgent care or just a check-up, Pleasant Hill also has a veterinary clinic to care for your pooch.

Dogs and their humans love Pleasant Hill for its Jasper State Recreation Site, about four miles northeast of town. This beautiful, forested 60-acre park along the Willamette River is a furrific place to experience nature and get some exercise. There is a two and a half mile gravel trail that will give you and Fido access to the cool river where leashed dogs are welcome to splash and play. The upstream end of the park has a pawsome place to put a canoe or kayak in the water for a puptastic float!

If you and your furry friend need overnight accommodations, the Best Western Green Tree Inn on the southeast side of Eugene welcomes dogs in their clean and comfy rooms. There is an additional fee for four-legged overnight guests.

Whether Pleasant Hill is home or you and Fido are just passing through, you’re sure to love the small town feel and natural beauty of the area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pleasant Hill, OR

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #1 Lowell

    Want to enjoy the great outdoors with your pooch? Visit the Lowell neighborhood’s Elijah Bristow State Park, about five miles outside of Pleasant Hill in Dexter. This park boasts 847 acres of forest, wetlands and meadows where you and Fido can frolic. There’s so much to do - float the Willamette River, fish, birdwatch, bike and hike on more than 10 miles of trails. There’s even a huge off-leash dog area! Near the park’s Wheeler Road entrance, check out the Camas Meadow Off-Leash Area – it’s fully fenced-in with agility tunnels, cleanup baggies, picnic tables and drinking water. There’s also an adjacent partially fenced-in area with tons of vegetation and a creek where your dog can play off-leash. Dogs are welcome in the rest of the park, too, as long as they’re leashed.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 195/sq mi

    #2 Mt Pisgah

    If your pup has energy to burn, visit the Mt Pisgah neighborhood in the southeast area of Eugene, about six miles from Pleasant Hill. This neighborhood’s Mt Pisgah Arboretum has 209 acres for you and your leashed dog to explore. There are serene walking paths through pawsome conifer forests, meadows full of wildflowers in warmer months and breathtaking views. For a truly sweeping view of the Willamette Valley, hike the Mt Pisgah Trail. At 7.8-miles round trip, this moderate hike has a stellar viewpoint from the summit and furrific scenery along the way, too. Keep your eyes open for wildlife around the park!
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 514/sq mi

    #3 Glenwood

    If you and your dog have a hankering to escape the crowds and get back to nature, visit Eugene’s Glenwood neighborhood, about eight miles from Pleasant Hill. The neighborhood’s Moon Mountain Park is an undeveloped natural area where you’re likely to see more animals than people! You and your leashed pup can explore the area via the unimproved former road that is now a trail through meadows and forest. In warmer months, the park’s prairies are dotted with countless wildflowers, making the mountain and valley views even more spectacular. This neighborhood’s other parks, Skyline Park, Bloomberg City Park, Laurel Hill Park and James Park also welcome leashed dogs.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,833/sq mi

    #4 Agate St/ Fairmount Blvd

    Stop and smell the rhododendrons with your pooch in Eugene’s Agate St/ Fairmount Blvd neighborhood, about nine miles from Pleasant Hill. This neighborhood is home to spectacular fur-iendly gardens at Hendricks Park. You and your leashed dog can explore the park’s 80-acres on a looped walking path where you’ll encounter thousands of varieties of plants native to the Pacific Northwest. It’s an especially furrific sight with blooming flowers in the spring and summer. There are drinking fountains, picnic areas and restrooms available. Hendricks Park is also the northern trailhead of Eugene’s Ridgeline Trail. Spanning 12 miles, you and your pooch can get some serious exercise and see some of the city’s beautiful natural areas as you hike.
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,780/sq mi

    #5 E Amazon Dr/ Fox Hollow Rd

    There’s tons of parks to choose from in Eugene’s E Amazon Dr/ Fox Hollow Rd neighborhood, about nine miles from Pleasant Hill. You and your leashed pup will love exploring the neighborhood’s largest park, Frank Kinney Park. At almost nine acres, the park has a nature trail that meanders beneath mature trees and across Amazon Creek. Frank Kinney Park is also a trailhead of the Amazon Headwaters Trail which connects to the 12-mile Ridgeline Trail that runs through Eugene. There are other furrific parks in this neighborhood, too! Kincaid City Park, Shadow Wood City Park and Milton City Park are all pawesome areas that welcome leashed dogs.
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd