Dog Walkers in Sutherlin, OR

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Dog Areas in Sutherlin, OR

4 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
1 Groomer
Sutherlin is a small bedroom community in Douglas County, Oregon near the Umpqua River. This quiet town is south of the larger Eugene, and west of the Umpqua National Forest, meaning there's lots of outdoor adventures to explore nearby! Sutherlin itself does boast some pawsome pet friendly places, and there are four veterinarians in town where your pup can get a health check while you are out and about.

Take Fido out to the Sutherlin Community Playground for an awesome day out together. This park offers a huge playground, numerous picnic tables, plenty of shade, and a great walking path that you and your dog can use for a nice afternoon walk. The park also has benches and restrooms for owners.

If the day is hot and your dog is craving something sweet, stop into Dairy Queen together. Their outdoor patio welcomes your furry pal to join you while you get a delicious meal, and you both enjoy a frozen treat together. Maybe Fido can even get a hot dog if he is extra lucky.

Get a good night's rest at one of the dog friendly hotels in town. The Best Westen Plus Hartford Lodge and Motel 6 Sutherlin both welcome your furry pal to relax before heading out on your next adventure together.

Sutherlin is a great town to visit with your furry pal, and even get some good outdoor time in together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sutherlin, OR

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 506/sq mi

    #1 Sutherlin

    Let Fido roam around off-leash at the Sutherlin Dog Park. This pawsome park has a seperated area for large and small dogs, and is completely fenced in to help keep your dog safe. There is a covered picnic area, benches for owners, water, and doggie bags if you forget yours. The dog park is located inside Hartley Park, so if your pup doesn't feel like socializing, you can still have a good day out at the park. On sunny days, the numerous trees here help give you shade while you walk on the pawsome trail that meanders throughout the park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,014/sq mi

    #2 SW Church Road

    Take Fido out to the Ford's Pond Trail for a nice day of hiking and exploring. The trail welcomes your leashed dog to join you while you both get a good walk in and explore the 202-acres of pond and land. The area offers a great hiking trail, fishing, birding, and boating, all that you and your pup can enjoy together. There are waste areas provided in case you forget your bags while hiking as well. While the area around the pond is pawfect for your pup, do keep him out of the pond since swimming isn't allowed. Make sure to bring water with you while you and your pup enjoy this fun hike together.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,725/sq mi

    #3 W Central Ave/ S Comstock Rd

    If you and your four legged friend start to get a bit famished, stop into Pedotti's Italian Restaurant for a delicious meal. Pedotti's dishes out homestyle Italian food with daily specials. Their menu includes primarily pasta dishes, but if you're not a fan, they also have salads and sandwiches that you can enjoy with your furry pal. They offer an outdoor patio and welcome your furry pal to join your while you enjoy a tasty meal outside. Trust us, Fido will be drooling to get a bite of your lasagna or Mediterranean Grilled Shrimp.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #4 Cooper Creek Road

    Head out to the Cooper Creek Reservoir Park for an amazing day out with your furry pal. The park offers tons of amenities that you and Fido will love, including a BBQ, boat ramp, fishing, a picnic area, restrooms, and swimming access. Take a hike along the trail that goes around the lake and make sure to keep Fido on a leash while you do so. Locals warn that the bugs are bad on the trail, so make sure to plan accordingly before heading out. Bring plenty of water with you in case Fido gets thristy while out hiking.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 342/sq mi

    #5 Stearns Street/ Goodman Ave

    If you and Fido want to get out of town to explore, head out to the Stearns City Park in Oakland. This beautiful park offers a great shaded hiking trail that you and your pup can get a good walk in. The park also has a great picnic area where you and Fido can enjoy a meal outside. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you to the park since none are provided. The park is located in Oakland, only three miles out of Sutherlin, making it a quick and easy trip for you and your pup.
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