Dog Friendly Activities in Sunriver, OR

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Sunriver, and 27 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 Sunriver.

Pet Friendly Village Bike & Ski
Village Bike & Ski Village Bike & Ski is the premier bicycle and ski rental, repair and sales shop in Sunriver. They have the largest bicycle rental fleet in Central Oregon, with dog-friendly trailers for Fido that can also be rented. See Details
Pet Friendly Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe
Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe Enjoy some time with Fido on the Deschutes River with a dog-friendly rental from Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe in Bend, OR. Dogs are welcome to join the fun on kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddleboards. If you want a laid-back river trip, enjoy a tubing trip on the river. Tubes have handles and netting so neither you nor Fido will fall through, although it is still a good idea to make sure Fido is wearing a PFD. All rentals have a minimum two-hour rental period. The Bend store is open year round, and the Sunriver store is open from April to September. If you’re renting from the Sunriver location, you must be able to transport your own rental to the river as dogs are not allowed on the shuttle. Kayak rentals start at $40 per person for two hours. See Details
Wanoga Snow Play Area Sno-Park For some wintertime fun with your pup, be sure to visit the dog-friendly Wanoga Snow Play Area Sno-Park in Bend, OR. There are many motorized and non-motorized trails for you and your pooch to enjoy. Dogs must be on leash in the sno-parks and on the sledding hills, but they are allowed off leash on the trails as long as they remain under strict voice control. See Details
Pine Nursery Park This park has it all, including a fenced off-leash dog area with both paved and unpaved pathways/trails, free poop bags, a restroom for humans, water fountains for dogs and humans, and a very large grass field area for open runs. The rest of the park is also friendly for leashed dogs with lovely walking/jogging paths, tennis fields, playground area, and man-made lake. It's one of - if not the best - all around dog park in the state. See Details
Deschutes River Trail Deschutes River Trail is an easy, 8.5 mile hike in Deschutes National Forest that will take about 5 hours to complete with Fido. Set out on the Benham Falls trail and go 0.7 mile to Benham Falls. Another 0.2 mile past the Falls you will connect with the Deschutes River Trail. Please note that dogs must be on leash. See Details
Big Sky Youth Sports Complex Dog Park Bring your dog for off-leash playtime at this fenced dog park with trails, grassy areas, water spigots, and picnic tables. See Details
Pine Nursery Loop Trail The Pine Nursery Loop Trail is a multi-use trail that's a great place to walk Fido in Bend! The map below shows a trailhead where you can pick up the Pine Nursery Loop Trail. 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 See Details
Todd Lake Trail Todd Lake Trail is a moderately easy, 5.6 mile hike that will take about 4 hours to complete with Fido. This wide trail leads to a walk-in campground as well as the very popular Todd Lake. A leash is highly recommended due to the heavy crowds during peak season. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. Directions: From Bend, OR: Travel 24.0 miles west on Cascade Lakes Highway (46), then 0.5 miles north on Forest Road 4600-370 to Todd Lake trailhead. It is a 1/4 mile hike to the lake. See Details
Riverbend Beach Dog Park Also known as "Dog Park Beach," Riverbend Beach Dog Park is an off-leash park in Bend, OR. It is fully fenced on both the dog park side and the river side with a pathway in between. Dogs can swim in the river, then run around in the dog park to dry off, then swim again when they need to cool off from all of the running. Repeat as necessary! See Details
The Dog Park at Mt. Bachelor Located at the far west end of the West Village parking area, this is the only off-leash area of the resort. Dogs will be able to enjoy a groomed 'snow-play' area, and dog waste bags and garbage to better manage and confine dogs visiting Mt. Bachelor. See Details
10 Barrel Brewing Company West Side 10 Barrel Brewing Company West Side is pet-friendly. Brew Beer. Drink Beer. Have Fun Doing It. Bring your pooch along for a Bend-brewed beverage at the outside space of this brewery in the city. Located on the Bend Ale Trail, this popular spot makes a great stop-off during any visit. They are open every day of the week from 11am to 8pm. See Details
Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort There are so many ways to have fun with your pup at the Mount Bachelor Ski Resort in Bend, OR. Dogs are allowed on the Pine Marten chair lift during the summer months, as long as they are fitted with an owner-provided full body harness capable of safely supporting the animal’s weight in the event a lift evacuation is required. Fido is also allowed on approved dog-friendly hiking trails, but must remain under restricted length (8 feet or less) leash control. Mt. Bachelor does not offer an off-leash area in the summer due to protected wildlife and vegetation. Hiking tickets are available for a fee. During the winter months the resort provides an off-leash, Ruffwear Dog Park. The park has a snow-play area for dogs, as well as dog toys. The park can be found at the far west end of the West Village parking area. The Mt. Bachelor Base Area is a "Doggie Free Zone." Dogs must remain in the parking lot (on a leash) or supervised in the Ruffwear Dog Park. See Details
Deschutes National Forest The vast majority of the Deschutes National Forest accommodates off-leash opportunities for dogs. From May 15 to September 15, dogs must be leashed in campgrounds, in Three Sisters Wilderness Area (Green Lakes, Moraine Lakes, South Sister, Soda Creek, Todd Lake and Crater Ditch trails), and the Deschutes River Trail (unless they are exiting or entering the water). In winter (November 1 to May 1) dogs are allowed on all but 1% of the Deschutes National Forest. The area where dogs are not allowed is located north of the Cascade Lakes Highway and includes areas accessed by the Virginia-Meissner, Swampy Lakes, Vista Butte and Dutchman Sno-Parks. Dogs are allowed in the area with a permit, for the purpose of skijoring or dog sledding. See Details
Paulina Falls Day Use Area Bring Fido to this dog-friendly day use area to take in the stunning Paulina Creek Falls, which "drop eighty feet over volcanic cliffs onto a jumble of rocks below." Dogs are welcome to join their owners on the trek to the double falls, as long as they are leashed. There is an accessible trail to its picnic sites and an overlook; however, parking at this site requires a recreation pass, which can NOT be purchased on site. Dog owners will need to check out Paulina Falls Day Use Area's official website for information on where to purchase a recreation pass. This site also informs owners of when the Falls are open to the public. See Details
Bend Ale Trail Bend Ale Trail is a pet-friendly activity in Bend, Oregon. It's a great excuse to have a drink, explore the town and hang out with your pooch. Grab a passport from participating breweries and receive a stamp from every dog-friendly brewery. The more stamps you get, the more beer you drink, but also the bigger your prize. Send your completed passport off to the Bend Visitor Center to receive it. The address listed is one of the taprooms on the jaunt, though there are many throughout the route. See Details
Tumalo Cider Company Tumalo Cider is a dog-friendly artisan cider bar in Bend, OR. Fido is welcome to join you at a table inside the taproom. There are 5 different styles of beer on tap as well, so there is something for everyone. Food trucks are on site during special events. See Details
Bend Kayak School and Rentals You and Fido can kayak the Cascade Lakes with a full day kayak and canoe rental from dog-friendly Bend Kayak School and Rentals. Located in Bend, OR, this business provides everything you need to make your next boating adventure a tail-waggin' blast. Bend Kayak School supply life vests, teach strapping techniques, and offer expert recommendations for great local kayaking spots. There is no pet free when renting equipment from Bend Kayak School and Rentals in preparation for your next adventure on the water. See Details
10 Barrel Brewing Company Eastside 10 Barrel Brewing Company Eastside is pet-friendly. Brew Beer. Drink Beer. Have Fun Doing It. Bring your pooch along for a Bend-brewed beverage at the outside space of this brewery's second location in the city. Located on the Bend Ale Trail, this popular spot makes a great stop-off on any visit. They are open every day of the week from 11am to 8pm. See Details
Overturf Park Your pet is welcome to play off-leash in the dog park located within this beautiful Bend recreation area with lovely views. Once on leash, your dog is welcome throughout the park. See Details
Green Lakes to Soda Creek Trail Green Lakes to Soda Creek Trail is a moderately easy, 12 mile hike in Three Sisters Wilderness that will take about 7 hours to complete with Fido. Popular for a reason, this trail offers seemingly endless beauty with its alpine meadows, mountains views, waterfalls, and young volcanic rock. Not to mention stream access in several places for cooling off. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details
Patagonia Patagonia in Bend is dog-friendly! The locally owned Patagonia store invites leashed dogs to join their owners as they shop for outdoor sports supplies and clothing. This location of Patagonia is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 7pm and Sunday from 10am to 6pm. See Details
Big Sky Park Big Sky Park is a popular off-leash dog park with two separate, fully-fenced off-leash areas plus one unfenced area for on-leash play. The park's off-leash area features walking trails, picnic tables, a water spigot, double-gated entry, and a portable toilet. Always clean up after your pet. See Details
Peter Skene Ogden Trail Peter Skene Ogden Trail is a moderately easy, 9.5 mile hike that will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. If you enjoy the sound of flowing water, than you will love this hike that follows Paulina Creek to Paulina Lake passing waterfalls along the way. Mountain bikers are only allowed to ride this trail uphill, and although horses can use the hill in both directions they have a separate parallel trail. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. The trail starts at the Ogden Group Camp in Newberry National Volcanic Monument, just north of La Pine. See Details
Good Dog Loop Good Dog Loop is a 3.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Bend, Oregon that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail. See Details