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Dog Areas in Vernonia

5 Parks
2 Trails

Vernonia is a beautiful city that sits along the Nehalem River on the eastern side of the Northern Oregon Coast Range. The town is most known for their logging history, and is one of the most important timber-producing areas in the state. With one veterinarian in town, you won't have to worry about your dog's health while in Vernonia. 

Anderson Park is a dogtastic park that sits on the Nehlaem River. The park is filled with restrooms, a playground, fishing, canoeing, a covered picnic area, and camping. The park is also home to the Banks-Vernonia State Trail, which offers 24-miles of hiking fun for you and Fido. The trail hs an elevation gain of 1,027-feet on a point to point route. For most of the hike, the trail is paved, making it an easier hike for you and Fido, and the trail is covered in trees to help provide shade while you hike. Your dog needs to stay on a leash while you are using this trail together, and be sure to bring clean up bags and water.

Your pup will love all the activites the two of you can do together in the dogtastic town of Vernonia. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Vernonia

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #1 Vernonina

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    Hawkins Park is a great park to visit with your furry pal by your side. This park sits along the Rock Creek and offers a gazebo for shade, a wading pool, grills, and a baseball area. The Shaw 102 City Park has a great paved walking path throughout it that you and your dog can use for a walk, plus a nice grass field for fetch. The Spencer City Park is a huge park with a large grass area, restrooms, and a covered picnic area. The Vernonia Lake City Park sits along the Vernonia Lake and offers a restroom, picnic area, and a great path along the lake to get a walk in with your furry pal.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 27/sq mi

    #2 West Vernonia

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    Airport Park is a great park to hang out at especially if Fido loves camping. The park is filled with campsites, a picnic area, fishing, restrooms, and drinking water. There is a admission fee to enter this park that is open from sunrise to sunset. While at the park, you will have tons of trails to hike, and since it sits next to the Nehalem River, you can fish or splash around with your pup. Make sure when you are visiting to keep your dog on a leash, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 173/sq mi

    #3 Northwest Scappoose

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    The Scaponia Park is a 7-acre park that is perfect if you and Fido are looking to get away from home for a few days. The park offers camping, fishing, and hiking while you are there. The East Fork Nehalem River runs through this park, and Fido is welcome to splash around in the river with you. If you want to get some exercise in, check out the trails that wind throughout. Located on the outskirts of Scappoose, and only seven miles from Vernonia, this is a great park to spend a few days out with your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9/sq mi

    #4 North Vernonia

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    Pioneer Park is a lovely small park that your dog will love to go visit with you. This pawsome park offers picnic tables, a playground, and a shaded area with benches that the two of you can relax at. The park has a small grass area that Fido can roll around on but there is no walking path here, so if you were hoping to get a walk in the two of you will have to walk along the grass. While at the park you will be covered by trees that will keep the two of you cool. The Big Eddy Park offers fishing, canoeing, a boat launch, and a play area. Sitting along the river, this is a great spot to visit if your dog loves exploring and playing in the water. Make sure Fido stays on a leash, and don't forget clean-up bags when you visit. 
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 30/sq mi

    #5 Buxton

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    The L.L. Stub Stewart  State Park has over 1,800-acres of rolling hills, horse trails, campsites, and cabins for you and your pup. There are over 25-miles of trails that you can hike and explore with your dog. Take a hike on either the Hilltop Trail or the Clayhill Trail, and enjoy being surrounded by trees and transported away from the day to day grind. Make sure to pay attention to signs since your dog isn't allowed in some areas. Located in Buxton, and fourteen miles out of Vernonia, your dog will love hanging out at this pawsome park with you. 
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