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Dog Areas in Saint Helens

6 Parks
6 Eateries
3 Groomers

Explore the beautiful city of Saint Helens with your furry pal by your side. Saint Helens is most known for the Lewis and Clark Expedition that camped in the area. The city sits on the edge of the Columbia River and offers two veterinarians that your dog can go visit.

Fido is going to be itching to check out Campbell Park with you. Filled with a baseball diamond, restrooms, tennis courts, a basketball court, and plenty of green space to run around on, this park is not short on amenities for you and your dog. There is a small paved walking path on the edge of the park that you can use for a walk and a nice wooded area that you two can go and explore together. 

Grab a bite to eat at Muchas Gracias Mexican Food with your dog by your side. Their menu includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner and they have a dog-friendly outdoor patio where your pup can sit alongside you for a meal. Their restaurant is open 24-hours a day, so you two can stop in at any time for a bite to eat. 

Filled with great sites and wonders, your dog will have an amazing time while in Saint Helens with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saint Helens

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    Population Density 622/sq mi

    #1 McCormick Park

    McCormick Park is a huge park that your dog will love to explore with you. The park offers a disc golf course, restrooms, benches, a picnic area, and the Milton Creek that runs through this park. There are tons of different walking trails that wind throughout, and while you are walking, you will be covered by plenty of trees. If Fido loves the park and doesn't want to leave, the two of you can even grab a campground together and spend a night or two under the stars. The park also offers the McCormick Park Dog Park so Fido can run around off leash. The park doesn't have any fences to hold your dog in, and instead is surrounded on two sides by houses and the third side is a creek. The park is filled with benches, water, and clean-up bags for owners.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,481/sq mi

    #2 Old Portland Road

    The Heinie Heumann Park is a pawsome park to hang out at with your pup. The park offers a playground and picnic area for your enjoyment, plus a nice grass area to run around. There is a paved walking path around the park where Fido can get a walk in when you are visiting. This park also contains a fenced in dog park that Fido will love meeting new friends at. The park is filled with grass, plus picnic tables for owners to sit on, and a few trees for shade. After a fun day at the park, stop into Vinnies Chicago Sandwich Shop for a bite to eat. This restaurant promises to bring "a little taste of the big city" to you, and offers tons of different sandwich options. Their outdoor patio is dog-friendly as well.
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    Population Density 2,753/sq mi

    #3 Godfrey Park

    The Godfrey Park is a lovely park to visit with your furry pal. The park has a horseshoe pit, picnic area, picnic shelter, and a playground for you and Fido. The park is filled with trees to provide shade and a paved path to get a walk in on. The Grey Cliffs Waterfront Park sits along the river and offers a playground and picnic area that's also in this neighborhood. This park features an off-leash dog park where Fido can run around off-leash in a safe area and meet some new friends. The dog park offers some benches for owners and restrooms. If Fido gets hungry, stop into Klondike for a bite to eat. Their menu includes salads, burgers, and sandwiches. If the two of you feel like a drink then stop at Running Dog's Brewery. They offer a refreshing lineup of craft beers in a casual and cozy atmosphere.
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    Population Density 5,796/sq mi

    #4 North Saint Helens

    The 6th Street park is a smaller park in Saint Helens, but still offers some great amenities for you and your dog. The park is filled with concession facilities and a few multi-use fields. There are baseball diamonds and restrooms, plus tons of grass for fetch. The park has a paved walkway where you and Fido can get a walk in together, but make sure to bring plenty of water along with you because there isn't any shade at this park. Make sure that you keep your dog on a leash when you visit, and don't forget your clean-up bags. 
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    Population Density 35/sq mi

    #5 East Saint Helens

    The Sand Island Marine Park is a dogtastic place to go on an adventure with your pup. The 31.7-acre park offers a dock for your boat, beaches, picnic tables, restrooms, and campsites. The park is filled with trails that you and your dog can hike along and explore the park together. This park is located on an island in the Columbia River, so you and your dog will need a boat to visit it. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags along with you when you check out this island park together. If Fido wants to stay a night or tw,o make sure to grab one of the thirty-seven campsites and spend a few nights under the stars.
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