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Dog Areas in Turner

Turner, Oregon was incorporated in February 1905, making it a historic place to visit with your pal. If you and your pooch are looking to stay in Turner, there aren't any hotels here, but you will find plenty of AirBnB rentals here. There are more 50 pet-friendly rentals for you to choose from in Turner. You can look online and contact the individual host for whichever property you like. They will let you know what the fee is for renting and if there are any other rules you will need to follow. This is a nice service because you can have everything taken care of before you even reach this city.

We'll be honest; Turner, Oregon is pretty small, and doesn't have a lot of other amenities for dogs. However, you will find a lot of other fun activities for the two of you to enjoy together just a short drive away in the surrounding areas. For instance, Salem, Oregon is located just 9 miles from Turner, and has several amenities for you and your furry friend to enjoy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Turner

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    Population Density 4,733/sq mi

    #1 Minto and Browns Islands

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    This dog-friendly neighborhood is only 9 miles from Turner, and is home to the Minto-Brown Island Park. This is a large, off-leash dog park, and the surface is mainly grass but there are some spots that are covered with wood chips. Even though this is an off the leash Dog Park there is not a fence so you will need to stay with your pup so they don’t wander off. There is not much shade provided at this park. There are trails that you and your canine friend can take a nice walk on. These trails are paved and your furry friend will need to be on a leash while you walk. There is a river that runs by the trails and it has easy access so your pooch can make a splash. Be sure to pack water and doggy waste bags for easier clean up.

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    Population Density 4,733/sq mi

    #2 Orchard Heights and Wallace

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    This pawesome neighborhood is home to a small city park. The Orchard Heights Park is located 9 miles from Turner, Oregon and is a small off the leash Dog Park. Seating and shade trees are available for added comfort. You will want to stay close to your pooch because this park is not fenced in. Your canine pal will enjoy sniffing all of the wonderful smells in this park while exploring. If you want you can walk with your furry friend on some of the paved paths. The other areas are grassy and will feel nice on your pup’s paws. Make sure to pack water and supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. 

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    Population Density 1,556/sq mi

    #3 Chemawa Road North-East

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    This furrific neighborhood is located 13 miles from Turner, Oregon and is home to the Keizer Rapids Dog Park. This Dog Park is a large park that allows your pooch roam around off the leash and this park is fenced in so your pooch can roam around safely. There are separate areas, one for smaller dogs and the other for larger breeds. There are plenty of trees for shade and there is also water for your pooch to take a swim in. Your canine pal will love to swim in the water or just make a splash to cool down. Keep in mind to pack the essentials, such as extra water, a towel for when they get out of the water and doggy waste bags for easier clean up.

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    Population Density 83/sq mi

    #4 Silver Falls

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    If you and your canine friend are looking for a nice trail to hike, this neighborhood has just the trail for you. The Smith Creek Trail is located 9 miles from Turner, Oregon and is an easy trail to hike on. It is located in Silver Falls State Park and is a 6.4 mile hike. This trail will take you through the forest and you may see some wildlife. The trees will provide shading for you and your furry friend. You will need to pack extra water, snacks and also doggy waste bags for cleaning up after your pooch. This is a scenic trail so you will get to enjoy a very nice view while you two are hiking. Grab your pup’s leash and see how much of the trail you can get in.

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    Population Density 137/sq mi

    #5 West

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    This neighborhood is located 19 miles from Turner, Oregon and it has a very nice garden for you and your pooch to visit. This is the Oregon garden and it is open all year to visitors and their canine friends. There are paved and gravel paths for you and your pup to walk on. This garden holds different events and also has a variety of plants blooming all year round. There is a visitor center for you and your pup to visit and there are also places to rest if needed. You will need to bring water and supplies for cleaning up after your furry friend. Grab your pup’s leash and head out for a day of learning at this beautiful garden.

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