Dog Friendly Activities in Estacada, OR

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Estacada, and 41 more nearby. 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 Estacada.

Pet Friendly Milo McIver State Park Off Leash Area
Milo McIver State Park Off Leash Area Your pet will love to run off-leash in the designated area of this Estacada park, which includes grassy spaces and drinking water. Be careful as it is not fenced. See Details
Pet Friendly Sandy River Delta Park
Sandy River Delta Park The Sandy River Delta Park trail system consists of a thousand acres of off leash trails that lead to the Sandy River where your dog can wade or swim. Walk or hike for hours. It can be muddy at times due to Portland's frequent rain. 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! Dogs must remain leashed on Confluence Trail. See Details
Mt. Tabor Park Mt. Tabor Park is nearly 200 acres and features a 4-acre off-leash area for dogs of all sizes. The off-leash area is not entirely fenced-in, so be sure to monitor your dogs closely. Fresh water is available at the park. See Details
Powell Butte Nature Park You'll forget you're in the city at this quiet, peaceful nature park in the heart of Portland. Leashed pets are welcome. See Details
Normandale Park Normandale Park is a 14-acre park featuring a 1.5-acre off-leash dog run area that is completely fenced-in. Fresh water is available at the park. See Details
Happy Valley Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash in this small, fenced, neighborhood dog park with lovely shade trees and water available nearby. See Details
North Clackamas Dog Park Your pet will love to play off-leash at this 1.5-acre fenced dog park. See Details
Multnomah Falls Travel to the breathtaking Multnomah Falls to enjoy the splendor of cool water cascading 611 feet to the base of the falls. Enjoy easy access to the base of the falls from the parking area or hike up the paved trail to Benson Bridge for a closer view of the water. Your pup is welcome to enjoy the hike with you as long as he remains leashed on the trail. See Details
Brentwood Park Brentwood Park features a fenced, half-acre off-leash area. Plastic bags are available, but there is no water on site, so dog owners should bring their own. See Details
Oneonta Falls Leashed pets are welcome on the trails of this park. The falls are broken up into four different parts, and are located in the Gorge. See Details
Lynchwood Park Lynchwood Park in Portland, OR features a 1-acre pet-friendly off-leash dog park area. There are park benches and picnic tables available on the site as well. Bring poop bags and fresh water for your pets. See Details
The Grotto A sixty-two acre Catholic shrine and botanical garden, the Grotto is an oasis of serenity and green space just moments from downtown Portland. Leashed pets are allowed on the premises. Every year, on the third Sunday of July, the Grotto offers the Blessing of the Animals. This event draws a variety of creatures, ranging from snakes to furry four-legged friends. See Details
Fernhill Park Fernhill Park has a 4-acre off-leash area that is popular with local dog owners. Bring poop bags and fresh water for your pets. See Details
Creston Park Creston Park is a pet-friendly, 14-acre park in Portland, featuring an off-leash area for dogs. Large wide-open spaces allow the dogs room to roam here, but bring bags and water for your pets . See Details
Luuwit View Dog Park Bring Fido to Luuwit View Dog Park to play off-leash. Luuwit View Park features a large fenced-in dog area with paths. Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the fenced-in area. Luuwit View Park's Dog Park is open daily from 5am to Midnight. See Details
Mary S Young Off Leash Dog Area Bring your pet to play off-leash in the designated area of this lovely park. The area is not fenced and you should bring your own waste bags, but water is available. See Details
Sacajawea Park Off Leash Dog Area Pets are welcome to play off-leash throughout this small, pretty neighborhood park. Not fenced, and be sure to bring your own water and waste bags. See Details
Laurelhurst Park Laurelhurst Park is a pet-friendly park in Portland, OR, featuring an off-leash 1-acre area at the southern end of the park next to a pond. Bring your own poop bags. Fresh water is available on site. See Details
East Holladay Park East Holladay Park is a 5.5-acre dog-friendly park in Portland, OR. Pets have plenty of room to play here, but bring poop bags and fresh water for your pooch. See Details
Lents Park Off Leash Dog Area Pets will love to play off-leash in the 2-acre, unfenced, designated area in the southwest corner of this community park. Don't forget to bring water and waste bags. See Details
Cherry Park Cherry Park is a 5.6-acre pet-friendly park which features a partially-fenced, 1.5-acre, off-leash area. Bring your own poop bags and water. See Details
Wilshire Park Wilshire Park in Portland, OR is pet-friendly. The 14-acre park has an off-leash area of just over 1 acre that allows your dogs to run free. The off-leash area is in the northeast corner of the park. Bring poop bags and fresh water for your pooch. See Details
Springwater Corridor The Springwater Corridor is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Gresham! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Springwater Corridor. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
Latourell Falls (Upper Trail) This is a moderately easy, 1.6 mile hike in Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area that will take about 1 hour to complete with Fido. The trail to the upper falls is far less traveled than the lower trail as it skirts around steep cliffs that lookout over the lower falls. Please note that dogs must be on leash. See Details