With many interesting attractions for families to enjoy at Fields Spring State Park, you and your dog are sure to find adventure here. On the 3 miles of hiking trails, your pup can explore to their heart's content. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy horseshoes, mountain biking, ping pong, softball, and volleyball. There 35 picnic areas located throughout, with 2 full kitchen areas with electricity available. In season, the area is also home to a stunning expanse of wildflowers. When winter covers the park in white, skiing, snow tubing, and snowshoeing are pupular.
Fields Spring State Park is home to Puffer Butte which offers many unique accommodations for families on vacation, many of them dog-friendly. Among the types of accommodations available are teepees, a loft which can house up to 20 people in luxury, and modern and primitive campsites. The Puffer Butte Lodge rises to over 4,000 feet in height and is located at the tail end of Hells Canyon near to both the Grand Ronde River and the picturesque Wallowa Mountain range. A smaller scale lodge known as the Wohelo Lodge is well-renowned for its many interesting outdoor activities including sledding, tubing, hiking, and biking. All accommodations at Fields Spring State Park are by reservation only, and additional charges are applicable.
Restrooms for the humans are on site, but you'll need to bring clean-up bags for your pup. Always have water on hand to share too! Dogs are welcome to explore all areas of the park with you, but must remain on leash at all times.
To enter Fields Spring State Park, you must have a Discover Pass. These are available at $10 for a day's entry, or $30 for a yearly permit which allows access to any Washington state park for a period of one full calendar year. These can be purchases online or at automated pay stations at the entrance of some of the state's parks, Fields Spring State Park not included. During the winter months, from November 15th to April 30th, you'll need to purchase a Sno-Park Pass to access the park.
Come discover the Blue Mountains in the gorgeous state of Washington at the Fields Spring State Park with your pup today!