In the heartland of Central Oregon, Powell Butte is a rural community with beautiful sweeping views of the area’s farms and ranches. While there isn’t much in Powell Butte for fur-iendly amenities, it’s a stunning place to drive through on the way to a plethora of conveniences just eight miles away in Redmond.
Redmond is full of pet-friendly places and services, including nine veterinary clinics. There’s also plenty of eateries that welcome pups in Redmond, like E Bar & Grill! Dogs are welcome in the seating area on the beautiful redwood deck.
There’s a pawesome place to walk with your furry friend at Redmond’s Fireman’s Pond Park! You and your dog will have serene views of the sparkling pond while you take a stroll on the paved walking path. There’s also tons of grass and big shady trees, making this a furrific place to relax with Fido, too.
If you’re just passing through the area, you and your dog are welcome to spend the night at the Sleep Inn & Suites Redmond. Two pets of any size can stay with their owners for a small extra fee.
With so many woofderful fur-iendly amenities just down the road, Powell Butte is totally pawsome!
An off-leash adventure is just a short drive away in Redmond’s Northwest Canal Boulevard neighborhood! A quick eight mile drive from Powell Butte, this neighborhood is home to the Weigand Family Dog Park, a furrific, fully enclosed dirt and grass field where your fur baby can romp and roam free! This pawsome dog park has a water fountain for thirsty pups, plus a separate yard for petite pooches. After Fido has burned off some energy, clip on the leash and take a stroll on the four-mile Dry Canyon Trail that borders the east side of the dog park. Stay on the trail long enough, and it will take you to other puptacular neighborhood parks like Spudbowl City Park and Kiwanis Field! For another green space, check out nearby Stack Park.
Lace up those sneakers, load up Fido and head to Redmond’s Northwest 10th Street neighborhood for a furrific walk! Just eight miles from Powell Butte, this area is where you’ll find Quince Park, a pawpular spot for walkers and joggers! The park’s .37-mile paved loop path is a woofderful place to get your heart rate up with your leashed dog. After your jaunt, hydrate at the water fountain and then grab a blanket or a chair and relax in the grass beneath one of the many shade trees. Quince Park also has a playground where two-legged kiddos can burn off some energy, plus covered picnic tables, barbecue grills and restrooms.
Leash your pup and hop on the four-mile Dry Canyon Trail as it winds through Redmond’s Glacier Vista neighborhood! About eight miles from Powell Butte, this stretch of the Dry Canyon Trail is especially woofderful because it travels through several puptacular parks! One such park that you and your pooch will love visiting is American Legion Park! There’s a big multi-use field that’s great for playtime or where you can work on some training with Fido. After you and your pooch have explored the park, find your way back to the trail and visit one of the neighborhood’s other woofderful parks, like Baker City Park, Sam Johnson Park, Kalama City Park and Pollack Memorial Field!
Soak up some of Central Oregon’s 300 days of sunshine with your pup in Redmond’s pawsome Diamond Ranch neighborhood, about eight miles from Powell Butte! This quiet residential area is home to Diamond Bar Ranch Park, a furrific place to stretch your legs with your furry friend! You and your leashed dog will love checking out all the scents and sights in the park’s open grassy field and strolling on the paved walking path. There’s also tons of trees and bushes so your pooch won’t run out of interesting territory to explore! If you have kiddos in tow, they’ll love making good use of the playground. This woofderful Redmond park also has a picnic tables, a basketball court, restrooms and a water fountain.
You and Fido can take a stroll with a view in Redmond’s Canyon Rim neighborhood! Leash your dog and check out the views of the Cascade Mountains at this area’s West Canyon Rim Park, about eight miles from Redmond! In addition to furrific scenery, this park has tons of open grass where you and your pup can romp and lots of trees and shrubs to keep things interesting for your pooch. The park also has a playground, a basketball court, restrooms and a drinking fountain. On the north side of the park, you and your furry friend can jump on a paved trail that will lead you to the four-mile Dry Canyon Trail that meanders through Redmond.