Sellwood Riverfront Park
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- RoshelleMore than a year agoAwesome Place for Dogs
Great beach area - all of leash, awesome connecting paths (leash required) through parks, neighborhoods, wetlands, and the forest.
- KayMore than a year agoGreat Area, Not Fenced Off
This is a great park for big crazy fun loving dogs. A bit intimidating for my small dogs though. Plus added bonus of the off leash park extending into the river. If I had a big goofy Labrador I’d spend every day here. My doxie stays on leash so I can yank her out of the way of ten bounding dogs heading for the water lol.
- LaraMore than a year agoBacardi’s play day
Our little jack has so much fun here. The park was very clean and maintained. All the dogs were having a blast running around. Bacardi got to swim a little bit and meet some new furry friends. Now we’re stuck in a car with a stinky river dog but it was all worth the fun.
- TanyaMore than a year agoDoggy heaven
I love this place! Never seen my dog so happy. All the dogs get along great. Very clean. Have never seen any doggy poo. Large grass area to run and play. River is right there so dogs can play in the water aling with a boat dock to relax on with a beautiful view. I plan to be there every day the sun is shinning this summer!
- Scott and LolaMore than a year agoGood water access but not very big
The off leash area gets incredibly muddy in the winter and spring and isn't a huge area (maybe an acre or so) and its not fenced in anyway -- if that's a concern for you. The surrounding area too has very little room to hike about, with much of the area being a nature preserve and thus requires you to leash up your dog whenever you. If your pup loves water, however, it is a great place to play in the river. Has excellent parking and bathroom facilities as well as water for you and your pups.
- Elizabeth and LokiMore than a year agoWater Love
We love this park especially in the summer in the early morning hours. My dog loves beaches and his tail wages happily when he sees the beach. Do bring poo bags a water.