The Woodburn Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Woodburn, Oregon. This dog park is a section of the city's twenty-five acre Centennial Park which is reserved for exercising dogs off-leash. Centennial Park is a popular place for the local residents to spend time outdoors enjoying such diverse activities as basketball, baseball, walking and getting fit on the parcourse equipment.
This Woodburn dog park is a vast, two and a half acre expanse of grass field which has been securely fenced with six-foot-high chain-link. It is split into two different size-related runs, which allows the big breeds to be as boisterous as dog park etiquette allows without pet parents needing to worry they might unintentionally hurt a mini mutt.
The small pooch arena is for dogs weighing less than thirty-five pounds or those who might be a bit bigger but have been blessed with a timid nature. Just because the runs are divided doesn't mean pooches can go unsupervised. Furbabies need all their pet parents attention when in an off-leash dog park, so leave your cell phone in your pocket or even better, at home.
It's impossible to call a dog to heel when concentrating on sending a text message. The dog park may not have a lot of amenities, but there are picnic tables for pet owners even though no food or drink, including pup treats, are permitted in the off-leash areas. If a pet family has numerous members, only three at once can be taken to the dog park.
If you have more than three, you may need to work out a rota to make sure they all get some off-leash time. What can't be done in shifts is picking up all the poop your dog produces. It's a constant job. This dog park in Woodburn has all the bags you'll need and plenty of trash cans too.