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Dog Areas in Silverton, OR

8 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
4 Eateries
2 Groomers

Travel east about 15 miles from Oregon’s state capital of Salem, and you and your dog will find yourselves in the adorable city of Silverton. Originally settled in the 1800s, Silverton is now a tourism hotspot, with shops, restaurants and quaint hotels. Should your pooch need veterinary care, there are two animal clinics in Silverton.

The town’s 80-acre Oregon Garden draws crowds throughout the year, and it’s a super fun place for you and Fido! Leash your dog and explore the trails at the woofderful pet-friendly garden! You and your pup will see beautiful flowers, and also learn about which plants are fur-iendly and which ones are toxic to pets. 

Another pawpular pooch hangout is the Silverton Dog Park! This fully fenced-in off-leash area has tons of room for your dog to exercise and socialize. There is a special separate yard for small dogs, doggie waste cleanup stations, picnic tables and paved walkways.

Need a place to stay the night? The Oregon Garden Resort is a puptacular hotel that loves to host pets and their people, and it has pawsome views of the Oregon Garden! There is an additional fee for furry overnight guests.

Whether you’re a local or a visitor to Silverton, you and your pooch will have a tail wagging good time!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Silverton, OR

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    Population Density 3,434/sq mi

    #1 Silverton

    Furrific fun awaits you and your four-legged friend in Silverton’s namesake neighborhood! Start your adventure with your leashed dog at the neighborhood’s Coolidge McClaine Park. This beautiful park has a pawesome paved pathway that meanders through mature trees and grassy areas. It also has tons of picnic tables and benches, plus two playgrounds, drinking fountains, restrooms and horseshoe pits. Another puptacular spot to explore in this neighborhood is Rogers Wayside County Park. There will be lots of tail wagging as you and your leashed pup take a walk through this scenic natural space that has picnic shelters with barbecues. For neighborhood eats, you’ve got options! The Old Oak Oven, Creekside Grill and 3 Ten Water love to host pups and their people in their outdoor seating areas. This neighborhood is also home to the Silverton Dog Park.
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    Population Density 35/sq mi

    #2 South Silverton

    Ahoy matey! If your pooch loves to be out on the water, visit the South Silverton neighborhood! This neighborhood’s Silverton Reservoir is a pawpular place for recreation, especially with leashed dogs. This park has 10 acres of land plus 65-acres of lake that's open to non-motorized watercraft, making it a furrific spot to kayak, canoe or stand-up paddle board. There are boat docks and a boat ramp, a fishing pier, picnic tables, restrooms and drinking fountains. You and your four-legged friend will love paddling these waters surrounded by lush vegetation and beautiful mature trees. There is a small fee for parking at this year-round park.
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    Population Density 2,783/sq mi

    #3 City Center/ Willamette U

    Want a delightful muttropolitan experience with your leashed pooch? Visit Salem’s City Center/ Willamette U neighborhood, about 15 miles from Silverton. This neighborhood is home to Riverfront Park, the city’s beautiful open green space! The park has huge grassy lawns that are pawpular for games of Frisbee, relaxation time and picnics. At 26 acres, this park has plenty of room to sprawl out and enjoy an afternoon with Fido. Another pawsome feature of this park is its close proximity to the Willamette River. It has furrific views of the water, making it an idyllic place for a walk. There’s tons of nearby fur-iendly restaurants including, Rafns’ and the Bibimbap House. For other puptacular parks in the neighborhood, check out Wilson Park, Pringle City Park, Marion Square Park and Waldo Park.
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    Population Density 1,481/sq mi

    #4 Commercial St SE/ Candalaria Blvd S

    Visit one of the most pawsome and beloved dog-friendly areas in Oregon in the Commercial St SE/ Candalaria Blvd S neighborhood! In Salem, about 15 miles from Silverton, you and your dog will love exploring the neighborhood’s Minto-Brown Island Park. At 1,200 acres, this park is an amazing habitat for wildlife and waterfowl, but it’s also a furrific place to play with Fido! There is a 30-acre off-leash area where your dog can burn off some energy. The area is unfenced, so be sure your pup has good recall before unclipping the leash. There are tons of nature trails that leashed dogs are welcome to explore, too! Try the paved 2.3-mile Red Osprey Loop or the 5K Loop for a pawsome adventure! Minto-Brown Island Park has a playground, fishing areas, picnic tables and restrooms.
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    Population Density 1,994/sq mi

    #5 River Rd N/ Chemawa Rd N

    Does your dog need tons of room to run? If so, visit the town of Keizer, about 16 miles from Silverton. This neighborhood is home to the largest fully fenced-in dog park in the entire Salem muttropolitan area! The Keizer Rapids Dog Park has four whole acres of fenced-in land where your pup can romp, roll and run! This massive, grassy park has shady areas, benches, seasonal drinking fountains and restrooms. There is a special small dog area, too. For another furrific park in this neighborhood, check out Spongs Landing County Park! Open May through October, this 61-acre park has tons of natural open space for you and your leashed dog to explore!
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