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Dog Areas in West Linn

17 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
11 Eateries
2 Groomers

With a rich history and over 600 acres of parkland, the city of West Linn is a pawtacular place for dogs and their owners. There are a variety of recreational options available in the 17 area parks, including hiking trails, river access, and picnic areas. When you're seeking professional care for your special pal, you'll have four veterinary clinics to pick from in this city.

Take Fido on an adventure on Cedar Island in the Willamette River. This 14-acre natural space can be reached by boat or via a floating bridge that originates in Mary S. Young Park.  Here, you can walk the nature trails, go fishing, or enjoy the scenic views with your four-footed friend.

For a walk through the woods with your canine companion, head to Robinwood Park on Fairview Way. There are nature trails in this 15-acre facility. Remember to keep your buddy on a leash and under control while in the area.

When you want to spend time near the water with your special pal, go to Willamette Park on 12th Street. Walk along the shore or on the trails in this lovely facility. You can also bring your boat and launch out into the Willamette River from the boat ramp at Bernert Landing.  Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you here.

West Linn is a dog-friendly suburb of Portland that offers a range of activities for you and your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Linn

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    Population Density 2,155/sq mi

    #1 Robinwood

    Robinwood is a residential neighborhood in a wooded area that includes a primary school, some commercial establishments, and a furiffic park.  On the north edge of this community, you and Fido can go exploring in Mary S. Young Park off Willamette Drive. There's a designated off-leash exercise area here where your pooch can run and play freely with other pups. If you want to go hiking in the rest of the 128-acre facility with your special pal, leash up and check out the trails. Make sure that you bring water for you and your canine companion and that you clean up any waste.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,342/sq mi

    #2 Bolton

    The neighborhood of Bolton is located along the Willamette River in a mixed zoning area. There are quiet residential streets here where you can go for a stroll with your furry friend. When you want to spend some time by the water, take Fido to Maddux Woods. This seven-acre facility has hiking trails through the woods and  provides access to the river. Bring your boat and cast out on the water with your special pal. You can also pack a lunch and share a picnic in the park with  your pooch. Dogs are permitted to join you as long as you keep them on a leash and you pick up their waste.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,535/sq mi

    #3 Sunset

    The Sunset neighborhood, located in southern West Linn by the Willamette River, includes residential streets, a primary school, a high school, and three parks. There's plenty of space here to get your four-footed friend out for some fresh air. One pawesome park to visit is Wilderness Park off Oregon City Blvd. This 51.4-acre natural space has multiple hiking paths for you and your pooch to explore. Wander through the woods in this beautiful area. You're welcome to bring dogs on a leash here as long as you clean up after them. Make sure to bring along water for you and your pup when you visit.
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    Population Density 3,431/sq mi

    #4 Willamette

    Willamette neighborhood is located in the southwest corner of West Linn by the Willamette and Tualatin Rivers. This largely residential community has three neighborhood parks, making it a great place for dog lovers. Take your furry friend to Fields Bridge Park on the Tualatin River. With 19 acres of space, this delightful facility includes walking paths that wind through the woods, past the ball fields, and by the water. Enjoy scenic views of the river and catch sight of various wildlife here. Dogs can join you in the park if they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you pick up any waste while visiting this public area.
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    Population Density 1,373/sq mi

    #5 Parker Crest

    Parker Crest is a small residential neighborhood along the western side of West Linn. There are tree-lined streets here where you and Fido can go for a stroll together. When you want to jog or hike in a park setting with your pooch, head over to Tanner Creek Park. This green space features wooded areas, some open fields, and a picnic area. Go for a walk on the paved path that follows the creek, or play frisbee with your pal in the open fields. Dogs are welcome to join you in this public facility as long as you keep them on a leash and you pick up their waste.
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