Pets love the chance to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes separate areas for small and large pets. Be sure to bring water.


BringFido Traveler Rating

Keizer Rapids Dog Park has received a rating of 3.3 out of 5 bones by 3 dog owners on BringFido.

  • Oct. 07, 2017
    Owners, beware of other dogs - their owners WILL NOT control them

    There are two sections for off-leash play. I wish there were more, perhaps smaller areas. We took our German Shepherd puppy to the far side of the "small dog" pen to play. We were minding our own business when a group of three dogs came over. Without warning, one of them (a pug mix, I think) started attacking our puppy. My son pushed away the pug. Within seconds, it came back and started attacking our puppy again. When my son used a "Chuck-It" stick to push the dog away, the pug's owner said it was only playing and didn't need to be disciplined. Bared teeth and snarling is NOT playing - that's an attack!. When we yelled at the owner to get her overly aggressive dog out of the park, WE were the ones who were told by several people to leave!

    In short, if the park is empty, use it. If there are other dogs around, watch your dog carefully and be prepared to break up any fights because the other people just don't care what their dogs do.

  • More than one year ago.

    Thanks to Carol for her review clearing up the location of the park. Yahoo maps doesn't have it placed correctly either. More review later.

  • More than one year ago.
    Location of Dog Park

    The park is great, the people friendly. Nice having the large and small dogs separated. My one negative remark is the map is incorrect. I searched and searched the area between Modoc Dr NE & Tecumseh Dr. NE. and never located. The park is actually west of N. River Rd., Keizer, OR take Chemawa Rd.,heading west, go straight (4 way stop) past Windsor Island Rd. This site needs to update their map, showing the correct location.

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