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Dog Areas in Rickreall

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Travel about 15 minutes west of Oregon’s State Capital City of Salem, and you’ll find Rickreall, a small, rural community. The town’s roots date back to the 1850s, and many historic buildings still line the streets today. Rickreall residents enjoy the big-city amenities of nearby municipalities, including Dallas and Salem. Should your pup need veterinary care, there are four animal care clinics just a short drive away in Dallas.

For dogs in Rickreall, the place to be is the Nesmith County Park! This pawpular park has tons of mature trees with lots of shade, perfect for relaxing. There are nature trails that wind through the park’s woods and meadows. You and your pup will love exploring on the sandy banks of Rickreall Creek that runs through the park. It’s a pawsome spot to wade in and splash around on warm days. The park has picnic tables, fire pits, fishing access and restrooms, too. Nesmith County Park is open May through September.

If you and your pooch need overnight accommodations, check out the Riverside Inn Dallas, about five miles from Rickreall.

Dogs and their two-legged friends who love rural life with modern convinces a short drive away will love the lifestyle in Rickreall!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rickreall

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    Population Density 3,431/sq mi

    #1 Dallas City Center

    If you’re in search of off-leash fun, you won’t have to travel far from Rickreall! Dallas’ City Center neighborhood is only five miles away, and it’s home to Central Bark Dog Park! Grab a seat in one of the park’s chairs or at a picnic table and watch your pooch go bananas in this fully fenced-in off-leash area. The park has mulchy and grassy areas with shady trees and fire hydrants! There are designated areas for large and small dogs, both with their own drinking fountains for thirsty pups. Central Bark Dog Park has convenient doggie waste cleanup stations, too.
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    Population Density 69/sq mi

    #2 Ballston/ Bethel

    If serenity is what you seek, look no further than the Ballston/ Bethel neighborhood in Dallas, about five miles from Rickreall. The neighborhood’s Dallas City Park is so pleasant, it’s common to see deer meandering through this 35-acre natural space. You and your leashed dog will love playing or relaxing in the big grassy areas, exploring the creek, and taking in the sights of the arboretum and Japanese garden. Dallas City Park is a furrific place for a picnic – there are tables for shade-seekers and sun lovers, plus barbecue grills, fire pits and restrooms. There are even two playgrounds for the kiddos! Dallas City Park is a pawsome place for everyone!
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    Population Density 3,093/sq mi

    #3 Monmouth

    Does your dog need lots of room to run? Head to Monmouth! Visit this town’s namesake neighborhood about nine miles from Rickreall and check out the Monmouth Dog Park. This huge, fully fenced-in off-leash exercise area is a pawsome spot for dogs with a lot of energy. The wide-open space is ideal for burring off some steam with a game of fetch and socializing with other dogs. Monmouth Dog Park has a special designated yard for smaller dogs, too. The park has two doggie waste cleanup stations conveniently located at the entrances of the large and small dog areas. After Fido is tuckered out, relax at the picnic areas in nearby Monmouth Recreational Park and Madrona Park. Main Street Park is another furrific park located in this neighborhood, and in the heart of town. You and your leashed dog can enjoy a summer evening concert or just watch the world go by from one of the park’s benches.
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    Population Density 107/sq mi

    #4 Independence

    If your pooch is craving independence, take him there! Just 10 miles from Rickreall, Independence’s namesake neighborhood is home to a pawpular off-leash exercise area. With more than two fully fenced-in acres, the Independence Dog Park is a puptastic place for your dog to make new furry friends and get lots of exercise! Smaller dogs have a special separate area, plus there are mature trees that provide cool shade on warm days. If your pooch loves water, there is dog-friendly access to the Willamette River adjacent to the park. Riverview Park, Pioneer Park and Henry Hill Park are other fur-iendly parks in this neighborhood where leashed dogs are welcome.
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    Population Density 1,481/sq mi

    #5 Commercial St SE/ Candalaria Blvd S

    Want to get back to nature with your dog? Visit the Commercial St SE/ Candalaria Blvd S neighborhood in Salem, about 15 miles from Rickreall. This neighborhood’s 1,200-acre Minto-Brown Island Park is a woofderful and scenic place to spend time with your pup! There is an unfenced 30-acre off-leash area at this park dedicated to pooch playtime. Leashed dogs are welcome on the 29 miles of hiking trails in the park, too. For a pawesome hike, try the 2.7-mile Blue Heron Loop. The trail has stunning views of the Minto-Brown Island Park wetlands that is home to tons of wildlife! The park also has fishing access, a picnic area, restrooms and a playground.
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