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Dog Areas in Roseburg

15 Parks
6 Trails
3 Shops
2 Eateries
14 Groomers

Roseburg in southern Oregon is rich with outdoor adventuring opportunities, and is conveniently loated near the Umpqua National Forest. Traditionally known for its lumber industry, this community is now a dog-friendly town that looks after its furry citizens with seven veterinarians who are never too far away to assure that your pooch is in tip-top condition.

Visit the Templin Beach Park on the east bank of the South Umpqua River, a perfect spot for a snifftastic walk along the river’s edge or a refreshing dip on a hot summer’s day. Your pup may be most excited to visit the Happy Tails Dog Park, located inside of the Templin Beach Park. This dog park offers a fenced one-acre space for dogs to run and play to their heart's content. Water and waste stations are available, and there are benches for humans as they watch their excitable pups have a blast. Micelli Park is nearby and offers a riverfront area on the same river for a delightful afternoon walk.  

After your exercise, stop at the Pita Pit for a quick meal of a vegi or meat wrap, or drop in for breakfast and try the Awakin’ with Bacon wrap with your pooch by your side at the outdoor tables. When visiting in the area, stay at the Windmill Inn of Roseburg or the Best Western Garden Villa Inn, where your pup is welcome in dog-friendly rooms with you for an additional fee. Enjoy one of the many parks, and stay for the weekend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Roseburg

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    Population Density 1,611/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Roseburg


    Your pup will enjoy the short walk around Thompson Park while the kids play on the play structures, swings, 1/2 basketball court and the open lawn. Fido would love a dogtastic round of fetch or frisbee in the open area of the park. For more outdoor fun, head to the nearby Eagles Park. Here, your pup can enjoy a quick jaunt around this small park and some play time on the open lawn. Your pooch can grab a drink at the dog water fountains. Bring along your lunch and enjoy the chess board picnic tables before heading back home. 

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    Population Density 1,611/sq mi

    #2 Harvard

    Brown Park is a small area with plenty of playground equipment for the kids, and space for some exercise for Fido. The park is beautifully landscaped in the summer with flowers and offers a picnic area and drinking fountains, so be sure to bring a bowl for your pup. Need more to tire out that dog? Bring him to the small Quintus Park for some fun on the beautiful lawn areas. Take a walk through this neighborhood park, or bring a picnic to enjoy on the picnic tables here. There's also a playground and a basketball court for the kids.
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    Population Density 974/sq mi

    #3 Garden Valley/ Stephens

    Grab your leash and head to Gaddis Park where there’s an adventure for everyone in the family. Your kiddos will enjoy the playground and sports fields, while you and Fido enjoy your walk to the trailhead of the Stewart Park Bike/Hike Path which runs through Gaddis Park along the river. Keep on the path to nearby Stewart Park to explore trains, or you just take Fido down by the river for a snifftastic adventure. Bring a picnic lunch along and enjoy the outdoors for a while longer. Riverfront Park runs along the S. Umpqua River, and is a perfect spot for a pawsome walk with your pup.
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    Population Density 479/sq mi

    #4 Fulton-Kalamath

    Your pooch will love Beaulah Park and its vast open lawns. The nearly 7-acre park has more than half its space in a natural state. What a perfect spot for a snifftastic walk. You’ll enjoy the paved walking trail that runs around the playgrounds and basketball court. Deer Creek Park nearby is one of the largest wet prairie lands remaining, making it also one of the most beautiful between May and June when the wildflowers bloom. Your pooch will love to explore here and enjoy the birds that frequent the area and come close enough to tease. Keep your pup leashed!
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    Population Density 2,921/sq mi

    #5 NW Dogwood Street

    Your pup will go into full body wag at the sight of the Charles Gardiner Park. Take a stroll on the paved pathways throughout the park, and enjoy Newton Creek for some fun time in the water on a hot summer’s day. Bring along a lunch and enjoy a picnic at the park benches, or just take a rest along the path as you enjoy spending a little more time outdoors before heading back home. The lovely trees throughout the park provide shade and fun spots for Fido to explore for squirrels or other park life.
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