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Dog Areas in Rogue River

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1 Trail
2 Shops
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Outdoor enthusiasts and folks craving a slower pace of life love the little Oregon town of Rogue River. Originally inhabited by Native Americans, what is now known as Rogue River was also a resting place for fur trappers and traders, and those traveling south to California in the 1800s. It was officially established as a city in 1912. Though Rogue River is very small, residents enjoy the big city amenities of Grants Pass, just nine miles west.

Pups and their people have tons of fun in Rogue River. For a fun hike with your leashed dog, check out the Rogue River Greenway, a 3.9-mile trail that begins at the Depot Street Bridge and heads southeast. This paved multi-use path winds through beautiful meadows and next to the river. The diverse landscape and wildlife along the way make this an extra scenic spot for some exercise. There are restrooms, drinking fountains and interpretive learning signs along the way.

If relaxing in a park is more your and Fido’s speed, Palmerton Park is furrific! This five-acre park is a pawpular place for picnics and walks with leashed pooches. There’s also a playground and restrooms.

From annual check-ups to urgent care, Rogue River has three veterinary clinics to look out for your furry friend.
Need overnight accommodations for you and your pup? The Best Western Inn At The Rogue is a pet-friendly hotel close to downtown that has clean and cozy rooms.

The Cottage Café is a pawsome spot for a bite to eat in Rogue River. Open for breakfast and lunch, this quaint local joint has a delicious menu that includes stuffed pancakes, biscuits and gravy, plus yummy burgers. The café’s outdoor seating area is pet-friendly.

Whether you and Fido want to check out Rogue River’s adorable downtown, or experience the great outdoors, you will love Rogue River!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rogue River

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    Population Density 3,569/sq mi

    #1 Grants Pass City Center

    Pooches and their owners love the Grants Pass’ City Center neighborhood, about nine miles from Rogue River. Explore the neighborhood’s Westholm Park, a furrific spot for a walk with your leashed dog! Meander through the park’s beautiful grassy areas on the paved path or have a picnic at one of the many tables. Westholm Park also has tennis and basketball courts, a playground, and restrooms. Just a few blocks away, you’ll find delicious eats at The Haul brewpub. Chow down on a wood-fired pizza, tacos or one of their other scrumptious menu items. At The Haul, dogs are welcome at their large outdoor seating area.
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    Population Density 166/sq mi

    #2 New Hope

    Looking for a spot to hike or bike with Spot? Visit Grants Pass’ New Hope neighborhood, about nine miles from Rogue River. This neighborhood is home to Cathedral Hills County Park, where there are miles of trails to explore with your dog. Make one big loop, or combine a couple smaller loops to tailor your excursion to you and your pup’s adventure appetite. For a quick but scenic jaunt, check out the half-mile Middle Trail. As you and your dog make your way through the giant pine trees and manzanita bushes, you’ll understand why this beautiful system of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails are so pawpular.
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    Population Density 3,029/sq mi

    #3 Redwood Hwy/Marion Ln

    You and your pup will have a furrific time in Grants Pass’ Redwood Hwy/ Marion Ln neighborhood, about nine miles from Rogue River. Check out the neighborhood’s Greenwood Dog Park for a tail-wagging good time. Fido will love sniffing around all the trees and grass. There is drinking water available for pooches, plus a doggie waste cleanup station and picnic tables. For some leashed fun, the other neighborhood parks are pawesome! Riverside Park has big open meadows and trees that turn beautiful shades of gold and red in the fall. Tussing Park is located on the banks of the river, making it another scenic spot for a walk. For super fun trails, head to Reinhart Volunteer Park. There are tons of walking and biking paths, fishing access, picnic areas and more!
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    Population Density 1,238/sq mi

    #4 NE 6th St/ NW F St

    If your pup needs lots of room to run, you need to visit the Gilbert Creek Park in Grants Pass! About nine miles from Rogue River, the park’s fenced-in off-leash area is humongous, giving your pup room for tons of fun. The park is mostly grass with mature trees and picnic tables. The rest of Gilbert Creek Park is a pawsome place to explore with your leashed pup. Take a walk on the trails and enjoy some time by the beautiful creek. This neighborhood has other fun parks to explore with your leashed dog, namely Lawnridge Park and Ogle Park.
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    Population Density 1,817/sq mi

    #5 Redwood

    There is lots of off-leash fun to be had in Redwood’s namesake neighborhood, about 12 miles from Rogue River. The Redwood neighborhood has a pawsome dog park located within Schroeder Park. This large grassy fenced-in area has two separate yards for large and small dogs, and a covered seating area for humans. The park is nice and big, perfect for a game of fetch! Outside of the off-leash area, explore the banks of the river at Schroeder Park with your leashed dog. Your pup will love sniffing around the sandy beaches – keep an eye out for wildlife as you explore! There is a small fee to enter the park. Redwood Park is another furrific off-leash dog park in this neighborhood! Similarly, Redwood Park is a fully fenced grassy area with large and small dog yards. You’ll want to bring cleanup baggies to both parks.
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