Dog Friendly Activities in Oregon City, OR

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Oregon City, and 110 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 Oregon City.

Pet Friendly eNRG Kayaking
eNRG Kayaking eNRG Kayaking is pet-friendly. Bring your dog along on a kayak tour to Willamette Falls, or explore Santiam or Clackamas River together on the water. You and your water-loving pup can also enjoy a wet coast without a host on a private kayak or paddleboard rental. eNRG Kayaking hours vary by season. Contact them by phone directly to reserve a vessel during the off-season from November through February; in March you can drop in on weekends from 12pm to 5pm and call during the rest of the week; from March 28 through May 24, they are open Wednesday through Sunday from 12pm to 5pm and by phone the rest of the time; and from May 25 through September 30, they are open every day of the week from 9am to 7pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Fly-fishing on the Clackamas River
Fly-fishing on the Clackamas River 'Fly-fishing on the Clackamas River' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Corey. Float downstream, stopping to fish for Steelhead along the way. Dogs will need to stay in their boat on some stops due to not being pet-friendly private properties. The experience lasts 10 hours and can accommodate up to 2 guests ages 16 and up. An Oregon fishing license, with a Columbia River basin endorsement, is required. You can buy a day pass online through ODFW. Rates start at $500 per person. See Details
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
Sellwood Riverfront Park Sellwood Riverfront Park features a 1.5-acre off-leash area that is a great place for dogs to play. Bring poop bags and water for your pets, as they are not provided on site. 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
Chimney Park Chimney Park is a 16.76-acre park which includes a completely fenced off-leash dog park with walking path. It is a great place for any friendly pup to stretch his legs and get out and romp. 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
Wildwood Trail, Forest Park The Wildwood Trail in Forest Park is a moderately easy, 30-mile hike that will take about 2 days to complete with Fido. Take a retreat to this wilderness hike that is within Portland city limits. Using road crossings as a turnaround point can shorten the trail. Please note that dogs must be on leash. See Details
Tryon Creek State Park Tryon Creek State Park has a nice and easy, 3.8-mile hike that takes about 1.5 hours to complete with Fido. This trail is heavily trafficked and allows bikers and horses, but it is a quick escape from Portland. Please note that dogs must be on leash no longer than 6 feet. See Details
Cathedral Park Cathedral Park is a pet-friendly park featuring a half-acre off-leash area for dogs located underneath the St. John's bridge and adjacent to the Willamette River. Water is available, but pet owners should bring their own poop bags. See Details
International Rose Test Garden International Rose Test Garden is pet friendly! Enjoy nature and the wonderful display of roses and other plants in a relaxed and calming setting. Fido is welcome to roam to grounds with you. See Details
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden Leashed dogs are welcome at this lovely botanical garden and park. Your dog will love all the new smells and watching the ducks. The garden is open April 1-September 30 from 6am-10pm and October 1-March 31 from 6am-6pm. Admission is free to all from October 1, through February 28. A $5 admission fee is charged between 10am-6pm, Tuesday through Sunday from March 1, through September 30. No admission fee on Mondays. See Details
Portland Saturday Market Leashed dogs are welcome at this busy Saturday farmers market. Oh, and the Saturday Market is always open on Sundays, too. See Details
Dakota Memorial Dog Park at Pacific Community Park This 8-acre dog park is located on the north side of Pacific Community Park. It is fully fenced with two double-gated entrances accessible from the two parking lots inside the community park. The dog park features a gravel perimeter trail through open lawn and forested areas, a rustic log agility course, benches and drinking fountains. A dog rinse off area is located on the back side of the restroom located on the west side of the park closest to NE 164th Avenue (Note: Dogs must be leashed at the rinse off area). See Details
Hazeldale Dog Park Locals rave about this great off-leash dog park, which is fully fenced with 4 enclosures for small, large and mixed-size dogs, with the last available for special events and parties. 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
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
Council Crest Park Council Crest Park is a 43-acre property featuring a 2-acre off-leash area that is perfect for exercising Fido. Your dog will enjoy the ample space to roam free, but come prepared as there are no poop bags or fresh water for the dogs. See Details
North Clackamas Dog Park Your pet will love to play off-leash at this 1.5-acre fenced dog park. See Details
Create A Fused Glass Plate At Home 'Create A Fused Glass Plate At Home' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Charissa. Participate in this virtual workshop from the comfort of your own home with Fido. The class takes place online, but you will need to pick up your supplies from the host's studio. With your pooch curled up next to you, watch your host over Zoom provide examples of what you will be creating and teach you how heat affects glass, as well as artistic techniques to create visual effects on your plate. Your host will provide as much or little help as you need, and then discuss how to safely transport your artwork back to the studio to be fired. Projects will take 48 hours to fire. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 8 guests ages 6 and up. Children need to have an adult present and available to help. Rates start at $80 per person. See Details
Portland International Raceway Dog Park Dogs will love doing some off-leash racing of their own in the fenced dog park at this popular Portland attraction. See Details
Willamette Park Off Leash Dog Area Pets will love to play off-leash in the unfenced, dog-friendly area by the north entrance of this pretty Portland park. Be sure to bring water and waste bags. See Details
Couch Park Couch Park is a small, 2-acre park featuring an off-leash dog play area. This pet-friendly park has poop bags and fresh water available for your dogs. See Details
Columbia River Renaissance Trail Columbia River Renaissance Trail is pet friendly! This Waterfront Renaissance Trail is a 5 mile long, 14-foot-wide concrete path stretching along the Columbia River shoreline. There are various shops and restaurants along the trail, but the main attraction is the beauty and natural setting of the trails. See Details