I-84 & Crown Point Hwy
Troutdale, OR, US 97060
Troutdale, OR, US 97060
Thousand Acres (Sandy River Delta) Overview
The name says is all! Literally a thousand acres of off leash trails that lead to the sandy river where your dog can wade or swim. You can walk around for hours or just a little while, either way you and your dog will love it. It can be muddy at times due to Portland's frequent rain, but there is a main gravel trail that is ok for walking on even when its wet out. Take I-84 to exit 18, follow the road and cut back under 84, stay straight instead of getting on the on ramp and you will be in doggy heaven!
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Average Rating:Thousand Acres (Sandy River Delta) in Troutdale, OR, US has an average rating of 5.0 based on 7 member reviews.
Miranda in Beaverton, OR
This place is great for exploring. The only down side is that you can get lost easily. Not many clearly marked trails in the wooded areas, but that is half the fun. My dog loves it here.
Please follow the (very few) rules.
Dow Owner in Portland, OR
The place is amazing. But please follow the few rules: on leash in the parking area and on the confluence trail (that main gravel one in the description). And of course pick up and carry your poop away. Enjoy!
Lots of Trails
William in Portland, OR
Beautiful surroundings! Availability of garbage cans makes for shorter times that you're carrying poop bags!
Helena in clackamas
We love taking the dogs here! Even on a busy day you can take a trail out and be alone with your puppies or head to the river for some play time with other dogs! This place is huge!
my dog loved it
Lou in wilsonville
This was a fantastic hike with my dog & husband. We just moved here and a local was kind enough to show us the way to the river where my dog & her (very nice) dog played! For being a no leash park all the dogs seemed to b well behaved & non aggressive. Did have to go through water at times this time of year to get to the river. But overall we loved this park and I will go often as we can! If u have nice dogs highly recommend!!
Best off leash park I have been to
Judy in Gresham, oregon
Lots of trails to take and water for the dogs to play in, only one primative toilet, bring your own water to drink.Dogs love it, waste bags are supplied
Great for dogs and people
Eileen in Wood Village
I love to take my dog to this park. He loves it and loves to see the other dogs. Beautiful setting and feels very safe.