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Dog Areas in Yamhill

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Fewer than 1,200 people live in Yamhill, a city in Yamhill County, Oregon, but the small town has a lot to offer. Yamhill is primarily a farming community, and it's also located in the heart of  Willamette Valley's wine country. The town is conveniently situated between Portland and the coast, so you're never far from all sorts of activities when you're in Yamhill. There isn't an off-leash dog park in Yamhill, but residents and visitors will enjoy walking their dog around town on a leash and viewing places in town that are on the National Register of Historic Places.

There are also a few other dog-friendly activity options in Yamhill, one of them being visiting Carlton Coffee Company on West Main Street. You'll feel right at home at this cozy and welcoming cafe, and there are a few outdoor seating areas where your dog is welcome to join you. You can sip on a variety of coffee and espresso drinks, and you also have your choice of food items like bagels, paninis, salads, wraps, and much more. Once you've had your coffee fix, you and your pooch can hop in the car and make the short drive to one of several nearby off-leash parks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Yamhill

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    Population Density 185/sq mi

    #1 Joe Dancer Park

    If you drive just ten miles south of Yamhill, you'll arrive in eastern McMinnville, Oregon. This is the largest city in Yamhill County, and this area is home to the Riverside Drive Dog Park. Thi four-acre off-leash park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs as well as a section for all dogs, and each section has paved walking paths, drinking water, and waste disposal supplies. In the summer, you'll often find plastic pools set up where dogs can take a dip. Some visitors note that this dog park can get pretty muddy, so be sure to bring a towel if you visit after it rains.
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    Population Density 3,369/sq mi

    #2 Ewing

    Newberg is another city in Yamhill County, and the southwestern corner of the area is less than 20 miles from Yamhill. This is where you'll find the city's namesake park, which is known for having one of the most beautiful dog parks in the area! The Newberg Dog Park has separate, spacious areas for large and little dogs, and visitors love how clean and well-kept the park is. Within the off-leash park, you'll find drinking water for dogs, as well as waste disposal stations. There are oak logs situated throughout the park where owners can sit, and dogs also like to climb them.
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    Population Density 4,514/sq mi

    #3 Tanasbourne

    Hondo Dog Park is a 3.75-acre off-leash dog park in northeastern Hillsboro, Oregon and it's about a half-hour drive from Yamhill. There are three separate sections in the dog park: one for small or timid dogs, an area where dogs of all sizes can interact, and a third area reserved for winter use that also has agility equipment. For added security, the park is surrounded by five-foot fences, and it also has double-gated entryways. There's a 0.17-mile walking loop in the park, as well as waste disposal stations, seating areas. Running water is available, but be sure to bring your own bowl.
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    Population Density 289/sq mi

    #4 Springbrook

    Newberg is home to another dog park, and this one can be found in the city's deep southeastern corner along the Willamette River. In less than half an hour, you and your dog can drive here, and you'll arrive at the Champoeg State Heritage Area and its hundreds of acres of forests, fields, and wetlands. Within that space, there are opportunities for several activities, including the off-leash dog park! The Champoeg State Heritage Off-Leash Area is a designated space for dogs to explore without restraint, but be advised the area isn't fenced. Many visitors choose to keep their dogs on a leash while they explore the trails, creeks, and fields in this furrific park.
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    Population Density 7,398/sq mi

    #5 Hazeldale

    If you drive northeast of Yamhill for half an hour, you'll arrive in Hazeldale, an unincorporated community in southwestern Aloha, Oregon. In this area, you'll find the city's namesake dog park, which sits on three acres of land and includes sections for small, medium, and large dogs. The Hazeldale Dog Park has grassy areas that are only open from April through October, but there are also all-season areas. Within the dog park, there are drinking water stations, and in the summer, there are refreshing plastic pools set up for dogs. Throughout the year, Hazeldale Dog Park hosts many canine-themed events, so be sure to keep an eye out for those!
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