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Battle Ground is a city of more than 20,000 people in Clark County, Washington. The city was first settled in 1886 by Europeans, and it got its name from a standoff that took place there in 1855. Clark County has a quickly-expanding wine industry, and Battle Ground itself is home to three wineries and a tasting room. The city's proximity to both the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade mountains means there is lots to do outdoors in the area, and you'll often be rewarded with incredible, scenic views.

Battle Ground doesn't have a designated off-leash dog park, but there are 23 city parks, and many of them welcome dogs as long as they're on a leash. One of these parks is called Kiwanis Park, and this eight-acre park is the biggest in the city. It's a beautiful place to walk your dog, and there are also activities for your other family members, including a splash pad, a basketball court, playgrounds, and a paved walking trail. After your time at the park, stop by Mill Creek Pub in south Battle Ground with your dog and enjoy classic American dishes on their dog-friendly patio. 

Exploring Battle Ground and its surrounding areas with your dog is going to be so much fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Battle Ground

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    Population Density 6,443/sq mi

    #1 Mount Tabor

    The Mount Tabor Dog Park in the Mount Tabor area of central Portland, Oregon is only 20 miles from Battle Ground. This four-acre off-leash park is located within the 200-acre Mount Tabor Park, and it isn't entirely fenced in, so be sure your dog has good recall skills before you detach their leash. This dog park is like a large, dog-friendly forest, and there are plenty of wooded areas for your dog to run through and hills for them to race up and down. Fresh water is available at the dog park as well, and the park is open from 5 AM to midnight every day.
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    Population Density 683/sq mi

    #2 St Johns

    Chimney Park is a park of ruffly 18 acres in the Saint John's area of north Portland, Oregon, only a half-hour drive from Battle Ground. Within the park, there's a fenced off-leash area where dogs can run and play. This dog park doesn't have a designated small dog area, so dogs of all sizes can interact. The Chimney Park Dog Park is also double-gated for added safety, and there's a water station for dogs and some seating for humans. Within the dog park, there's also a wood-chip walking track for you to walk along while your dog plays.
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    Population Density 4,282/sq mi

    #3 Pacific Community Park

    The Dakota Memorial Dog Park at Pacific Community Park in eastern Vancouver, Washington is only a 20-minute drive from Battle Ground. This gorgeous, eight-acre, off-leash park is fully fenced with a double-gated entry system and a separate little dog area. The park also features great amenities like a dog wash station, water fountains, and a gravel walking path around the perimeter. If your dog has an interest in agility or is particularly adventurous, there's also a log agility course in the park, along with seating and restrooms for humans and waste disposal items to keep the park clean.
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    Population Density 958/sq mi

    #4 Central

    One of the closest dog parks to Battle Ground is the Lucky Memorial Dog Park in central Brush Prairie, Washington. This dog park is only a ten-minute drive from Battle Ground, and there's plenty of space for your dog to exercise and socialize here. Lucky Memorial Dog Park has a one-acre section specifically for small dogs, as well as a 7.5-acre area where dogs of all sizes can interact. There's drinking water available for dogs as well as all of the waste removal items you could ever need. Lucky Memorial Dog Park is known for its friendly visitors and being kept clean and tidy, and your dog is sure to fall in love with it at first sniff.
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    Population Density 4,684/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Portland

    Wallace Park is located in northwest Portland, Oregon, a half-hour drive from Battle Ground. In the northeast corner of this park, there's an off-leash dog park that is fully fenced in, free to use, and open from 5 AM to midnight each day. There is running water available at the park, but you'll want to bring your own bowl and waste bags. If you'd like to explore other areas of the park, like the playgrounds, tennis court or picnic facilities, you can do so with your dog as long as they're on a leash.
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