Dog Friendly Activities in Government Camp, OR

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Government Camp, and 11 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 Government Camp.

Pet Friendly Barlow Pass Sno-Park and Trailhead
Barlow Pass Sno-Park and Trailhead Barlow Pass Sno-Park and Trailhead is dog-friendly. This area is a great way for you and Fido to experience some of Oregon's backcountry and play in the snow during winter months. One of the trails you can wander from Barlow Pass Sno-Park is the Twin Lakes Loop. The top of the trail has great views of the lower lake. During winter months, the activities at the sno-park will keep you and Fido entertained for hours, including lots of sledding opportunities. See Details
Pet Friendly Tamanawas Falls
Tamanawas Falls Tamanawas Falls is a wonderful pet-friendly hike whatever the time of year. Located off Oregon Highway 35 in the Mt. Hood National Forest, this snowy 3.5-mile loop takes in Tamanawas Falls, where the water forms a broad curtain from Cold Spring Creek that pours over a lava cliff near the eastern base of Mount Hood. Parking is limited and can be unsafe in extreme weather, so be careful if you decide to visit during winter months. See Details
Ramona Falls Trail Ramona Falls Trail is an easy, 7.2 mile hike that will take about 4 hours to complete with Fido. On your way to Ramona Falls you will be walking on the mudflows of Mount Hood's 1781 eruption. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details
Mount Hood National Forest Dogs are welcome throughout Mount Hood National Forest, except for the Timberline Lodge, public buildings, and swimming areas. This place of natural beauty is a draw for people and pooches alike as you take in the trails that lead to stunning views of expansive forest and mountains for miles in every direction. See Details
Kiyokawa Family Orchards Kiyokawa Family Orchards is dog-friendly. Located at the foothills of Mt. Hood, this orchard is 125-acres and is home to 90 different varieties of apples and pears. Well-behaved pups wearing a leash are welcome to enjoy the large open field at this location. The only areas that Fido is prohibited to go is inside the fruit stand and anywhere with fruit on display. Kiyokawa Family Orchards is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 6pm and Saturday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm. See Details
Mirror Lake and Tom, Dick and Harry Mountain Trail Mirror Lake and Tom, Dick, and Harry Mountain Trail is an easy, 6.5 mile hike in Mount Hood National Forest that will take about 4 hours to complete with Fido. This hike is more of a nice easy stroll and is popular amongst all ages and abilities because of the beautiful Mirror Lake. It is important to keep your dog leashed and to be considerate of other hikers. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details
Burnt Lake Trail Burnt Lake Trail is a moderately easy, 5.5 mile hike in Mount Hood National Forest that will take about 5 to 7 hours to complete with Fido. The old cedar forest was taken over by fire in the past, so there are charred stumps under the mossy young tress that are growing in. Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details
White River West Sno-Park White River West Sno-Park is one of Mount Hood's largest official sledding sites. The popularity of this winter recreation facility is probably down to the stunning views of White River Canyon and Mt. Hood. As well as enjoying the views, dogs and their owners can get out on one of the cross-country skiing or snow shoe trails. There's parking for 200 vehicles on site, so you should be able to find somewhere to park up, but to avoid the crowds during peak winter season, you and Fido should try to visit mid-week. Don't forget to pick up your day pass from one of the gas stations en route. See Details
Pocket Creek Sno-Park Dogs are welcome at Pocket Creek Sno-Park, where you'll discover a number of loops that take in the natural beauty of the area. One of the most popular trails is a 6-mile loop connecting the Pocket Creek and Meadows Creek trails. You can even let Fido off-leash, but make sure they are under control at all times. See Details
Lavender Valley Field and Farm Lavender Valley Field and Farm is a pet-friendly working lavender farm in front of Mt Hood. Lavender products are available in the gift shop or you can pick lavender from the fields. Lavender Valley Field and Farm is open every day of the week from 11am to 5pm. See Details
Bennett Pass Trailhead The Bennett Pass Trailhead is dog-friendly. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on the trail, but are advised to do so between March and October when the trail is most accessible. During winter months, you'll find a sno-park nearby. There's plenty to do in the snow, including sledding and snow-shoeing. See Details
Salmon River Trail Salmon River Trail is pet-friendly. This 6.9-mile Blue-Blazed hiking trail in Colchester, and East Hampton, Connecticut has access to the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness and travels through mossy old growth forest next to the wild and scenic Salmon River. Dogs are welcome on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details