Dog Friendly Activities in Corvallis, OR

There are 12 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 Peavy Arboretum
Peavy Arboretum A popular gateway to the McDonald Forest, Peavy Arboretum in Corvallis, OR 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. See Details
Pet Friendly Woodland Meadow Park Off Leash Area
Woodland Meadow Park Off Leash Area Woodland Meadow Park features a designated off leash area for dogs in Corvallis, OR. Bring Fido out for a walk, run, game of fetch, or a picnic off leash in the eastern fields of the park. There are wide-open spaces, walking trails, picnic tables, and wildflower-filled meadows. See Details
OSU McDonald and Dunn Research Forests OSU McDonald and Dunn Research Forests is a dog-friendly park and forest in Corvallis, OR. These research forests are over 11,000 acres of living laboratories for the students and professors of Oregon State University. Dogs are welcome to join you at the forest, however you must be able to control your pets by using voice command or a leash, and all pet waste must be cleaned up and taken off property. See Details
Siuslaw National Forest Siuslaw National Forest in Corvallis, OR is dog-friendly! Stretching from the lush forests of the coastal mountains to the unique Oregon Dunes and the beaches of the Pacific Ocean, there are many activities to enjoy with Fido. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you on one of the many trails ranging from one to seven miles, camping, or on one of the dog-friendly beaches. See Details
Williamette Park Your pet will love playing in this large public park. It's the city's largest park and features natural areas, walking trails, open meadows, playing fields, a disc golf course, and a community garden. Most of the park is also designated as off leash! Besides the picnic shelter, playground and soccer fields, Fido can run free, playing fetch, hiking, relaxing on the grassy lawn, and more. Bring water and waste bags. See Details
Avery Park and Natural Area Avery Park and Natural Area is a pet-friendly place in Corvallis, OR. Leashed dogs are welcome to accompany you while you enjoy the 75+ acres of natural areas, walking paths, sports fields, and five picnic shelters. See Details
Corvallis Dog Park Corvallis Dog Park is a great spot for Fido tot run, play, and socialize with other pups in Corvallis, OR. The neighborhood park is mulch covered and fully fenced with shady trees, picnic tables, water access, and trash receptacles. Bring waste bags. See Details
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park Off Leash Area Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park in Corvallis, OR includes a designated off-leash area for dogs to run, play, and socialize with other pups. Take a walk, play a game of fetch, or enjoy a picnic with Fido. Remember to bring water and waste bags. See Details
Dog Park at Crystal Lake Sports Field Bring Fido to Crystal Lake Sports Field in Corvallis, OR! From April-October, Crystal Lake Sports Field is used for various sports. In the winter, 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
Chip Ross Natural Off Leash Area Chip Ross Park includes a Natural Area for off-leash dogs to roam and play with their humans and other pups in Corvallis, OR. The space includes beautiful views of Corvallis, the Willamette Valley, the Coast Range, and the Cascade Mountains. You and Fido can enjoy walking trails, open spaces, and beautiful oak trees. There are also picnic tables at the Lester Avenue trailhead. See Details
Common Fields Common Fields is a taproom and food truck pod focused on sustainability and locally-sourced products in Corvallis, OR. This pet-friendly attraction allows leashed dogs on the outside patio, which features heated seats and rain cover. You will find local beers on tap, as well as canned ciders, meads and wine. Please see their website for more information on the food truck schedule. See Details
Bald Hill Natural Area Dog-friendly Bald Hill Natural Area is home to approximately 5 miles of easy-to-rigorous dirt and gravel trails in Corvallis, OR. There is also a moderate 1.5-mile multi-use path connecting Reservoir Road with Oak Creek Road and the Fairgrounds. Bald Hill Natural Area contains upland prairie, oak savanna, mixed forest, and wetland habitats. 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 in Salem, OR. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on its outdoor patio. Ankeny offers small, hand-crafted batches of wine, available throughout the week. See Details
Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway Bring Fido while you cycle by hop farms, vineyards and quaint towns while on the dog-friendly, 132-mile Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway. Start in Jefferson, OR, and stop along the way at wineries for tastings, brewpubs for a pint and restaurants for farm-to-table cuisine. Campsites are also along the trail. The valley’s temperate climate is ideal for year-round bike riding. See Details
Albany Dog Park at Timber Linn Park The dog park is located at the north end of Timber Linn Park, south of Dogwood Avenue and the Linn County Expo Center. It features 2.3 acres of fenced open space, separate areas for small and large dogs, drinking water station for dogs and their humans in each area, dog waste bag dispensers, trash receptacles, and ample shade. See Details
Over the Rivers & Through the Woods Scenic Byway Over the Rivers & Through 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
Deluxe Brewing Company Deluxe Brewing Company is a pet-friendly brewery and distillery in Albany, OR. Leashed dogs are welcome inside the taproom, which features a full-size shuffleboard, or at a table on their outdoor patio. Enjoy their selection of handcrafted lagers and ales. Their Deluxe Food Cart is open on select days, and they also have an assortment of to-go menus from local restaurants. See Details
Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge Dogs are permitted but must remain inside your vehicle throughout your entire visit to the pet-friendly Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge in Jefferson, OR. You and Fido can enjoy the views and maybe spot some wildlife as you drive through this protected area. See Details
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