Dog Friendly Activities in Corvallis, OR

There are 9 dog friendly activities in Corvallis. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Corvallis.

Pet Friendly Corvallis Dog Park
Corvallis Dog Park Your pet will love to meet some of the neighbors at this fenced, off-leash dog park. See Details
Pet Friendly Avery Park
Avery Park Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy Avery Park and Nature Center with their human companions. See Details
Dog Park at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park This popular park offers an off-leash area for dogs to play. The dog park area is not fenced. See Details
Crystal Lake Sports Field Dog Park From April-October, Crystal Lake Sports Field is used for various sports. In the winter, though, the fields are used as an off-leash dog park. The area is not fenced, so use caution when your dog is off leash. See Details
Woodland Meadow Park Dog Park Bring your pet for some off-leash fun in the east-side fields of this public park, full of wide open spaces and lovely walking trails. See Details
Chip Ross Park Dog Park Dogs are welcome to join you off-leash throughout this lovely park full of walking trails, open spaces, and beautiful oak trees. See Details
Bald Hill Park Dogs are welcome to enjoy the off-leash areas of this park located north and west of the barn. Dogs must be leashed in all other areas of the Bald Hill Park. See Details
Peavy Arboretum A popular gateway to the McDonald Forest, Peavy Arboretum is dog-friendly! The Arboretum provides a variety of outdoor recreation and educational opportunities. Dogs are welcome on the trails as long as they are under vocal command or on-leash. Dog owners must clean up after their pets. Peavy Arboretum is open daily from 5am to 9pm. See Details
Williamette Park Your pet will love playing in this large public park. They're allowed to be off leash everywhere in the park except ball fields, picnic areas, and playgrounds. See Details
Rogue Farms Dogs are welcome at the tasting room at Rogue's Hopyard in Independence, Oregon. This is the birthplace of Rogue Farms series and Farmstead Nano Brewery ales. Sample these ales on the deck with a view of the hops and the surrounding terroir at sunset. Feel free to try on a Rogue Farms hickory shirt and see 3 liter bottles made to celebrate Oregon's Sesquicentennial. Play lawn games with your friends and family or take a stroll through the garden down to the Willamette River. See Details
Ankeny Vineyard Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Ankeny Vineyard is a dog-friendly spot to swirl, sniff, and sip a glass of wine alongside your furry friend. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on its outdoor patio. Ankeny turns out small, hand-crafted batches of wine, available throughout the week. On weekends, dog owners can listen to live music and enjoy its Saturday and Sunday menu of appetizers, pizzas, and desserts created with locally sourced ingredients. Ankeny Vineyard is open Monday through Friday from 12pm to 5pm, Saturday from 12pm to 8pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm. See Details
Open Hearth Kitchenware Open Hearth Kitchenware is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners as they shop for kitchen supplies such as Caldrea, Cuisinart, Stonewall Kitchen, Lucero Oil, Swiss Diamond Cookware and more. Open Hearth Kitchenware is open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm. See Details
Edel Designs Locally owned and operated, Edel Designs is dog-friendly! Leashed pets are welcome to join their owners as they stop by to learn about its services, including custom cabinetry, flooring, granite installation, painting, demolition and construction, storage solutions, lighting systems, decks, finished basements, doors, interior molding, bathroom design and more. Edel Designs is open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm. See Details
Over the Rivers and the Woods Scenic Byway Over the Rivers and the Woods Scenic Byway is a beautiful drive through Willamette Valley. Starting near Brownsville, the route traverses five different ecosystems and takes travelers from Willamette Valley to the West Cascade Mountains. It takes roughly three hours to drive the 60-mile distance and includes highlights such as a climb into the foothills and Crawfordsville Covered Bridge. With access to rivers, reservoirs, parks and campgrounds, many trails and snow-play areas, this Byway offers the chance to see and do lots of things along the way. See Details