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Dog Areas in Rockaway Beach

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Rockaway Beach is a vibrant coastal city in Tillamook County. Established as a resort town in the early 20th century, it’s still a favorite spot for locals and out of towners. Whether you want to fish, look for treasures on the beach, fly a kite, or check out tidepools, the town’s seven mile sandy beach has you covered. If your pup happens to get bumped or bruised while exploring Rockaway Beach, canine care can be found 15 minutes north in Nehalem.

Although Rockaway Beach is known for its sandy beaches, it also has a few furrific parks. Leash up your pup and head over to Phyllis Baker Park for some fresh air and sunshine. Its large covered picnic area and wide open grass fields make this an ideal spot for family reunions or puptastic pawties. This park also hosts annual community events.

Your pup will also love Ed Hart Park. What was once the home of city pioneer Edith Hart is now a serene park that’s perfect for collecting your thoughts or enjoying nature. A paved path leads to the beach, and picnic tables are available.

Miles of sandy beach, beautiful parks, endless fun in the sun- what’s not to love about this place?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rockaway Beach

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    Population Density 74/sq mi

    #1 South Rockaway Beach

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    The Old Growth Cedar Wetlands Preserve is an often overlooked trail in the southern part of Rockaway Beach. Clip on your pup’s leash and venture into the thick forest of Sitka spruce, hemlock, and cedar trees. You’ll feel miles away as you make your way through the swamp on the trail. Eventually you’ll come to the Rockaway Cedar, a gigantic cedar tree measuring 49 feet in circumference and 154 in height. That’s woofin’ huge! As your pup admires the mammoth tree, be sure to stay on the wooden platform as it protects the roots. The trail is about a mile round trip, but there are also spur trails worth exploring. 

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    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #2 Central Rockaway Beach

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    If your doggo is in the mood to chase some waves, make your way over to Rockaway Beach Wayside Beach Access. You’ll know you’re in the right place when you see the big red train caboose. There’s a pirate ship playground and a couple picnic tables in this area. But if your pal is eager to get in the ocean, follow the short path down to the beach. Watch his tail wag for joy as he frolics in the water or romps around in the sand. When he’s all tuckered out, head to Old Oregon Smokehouse for some mouthwatering grub. Feast on flavorful fish and chips or smoked salmon while sitting on the outdoor patio with your furry BFF.

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    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #3 North Rockaway Beach

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    The Manhattan Beach State Park is the perfect spot to spend some quality time with your four legged pal. He can roam around the miles of flat sandy beach or go for a swim in the ocean. If you have an athletic pooch that needs to burn some energy, follow the beach five miles south to Tillamook Bay. For a shorter walk, head a mile north to Nehalem Bay. There are a few picnic tables surrounded by pines near the parking lot. Bring a sandwich and a couple biscuits for your pup and enjoy a leisurely lunch. No bones about it, your dog will love this beach!

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    Population Density 78/sq mi

    #4 Barview

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    The Barview Jetty County Campground is a puptastic location for a weekend retreat. Whether you’ve got an RV or a tent, this place has a spot for you. Once you’re all settled in, take your pup down to the beach so she can get some much needed exercise. The flat surf is ideal for strolling around. This beach also has a great supply of driftwood, so your pooch can pick out the perfect piece for a game of fetch or tug of war. There’s even a massive sand dune for exploring. Spruce trees and seagrass add to the beach’s beauty, and the sunsets are out of this world. 

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    Population Density 319/sq mi

    #5 Garibaldi

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    Garibaldi is a quaint fishing village just 10 minutes south of Rockaway Beach. With its picturesque marina and charming atmosphere, it’s definitely worth checking out. Clip on your pup’s leash and head out for a walking tour of the village. Maps can be found at some of the local businesses. As you’re out and about, you’ll pass points of interest like a United States Coast Guard station and memorial, the Old Mill smokestack, and the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad. Be sure to wander around the marina so your pal can see the fishermen brining in their hauls. You can also take your pooch to Lumberman’s Memorial Park for a mellow stroll. 

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